Roger Arbabi of PCHS awarded Utah’s Principal of the Year

"School family" celebrates as Miners' principal receives top Utah honor

PARK CITY, Utah — Roger Arbabi, the principal of Park City High School, has been named Utah’s Principal of the Year by the Utah Association of Secondary School Principals (UASSP).

The recognition automatically nominates Arbabi for the National Principal of the Year award, conducted by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

Rhonda Bromley, the Executive Director of UASSP, personally visited Park City High School to present this award on Jan. 16. The ceremony was attended by administrators, faculty and students.

Bromley stated, “Mr. Arbabi’s dedication to excellence and his unwavering commitment to the students and staff of Park City High School embodies the qualities we seek in outstanding educational leaders.” She also highlighted the upcoming state conference at the end of the month, where Arbabi will receive further honors.

Reflecting on his accomplishment, Arbabi humbly attributed the success to his team, emphasizing the role of PCHS’s “excellent, hardworking teachers and staff.”

This accolade celebrates not just Arbabi’s individual efforts but also the Park City School District’s commitment to nurturing leadership that positively transforms student lives.

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