There’s nothing wrong with a high school education, but it’s often difficult to find a good place to start.
In this series, BBC Sport takes a look at the best schools in Utah.
Utah’s public schools have traditionally had to cope with high costs and limited resources, and they’ve had to adapt to changing needs.
Now, the state is hoping to make them more affordable.
Read more: The best high schools in the world Utah’s high schools have been among the best states in the US for the past 20 years.
Their rankings reflect the best students in the state, the most competitive and the best teachers.
We’ve included a selection of the top schools in each state, based on the scores they achieved in the past five years, including state rankings and teacher awards.
Utah is ranked No1 for the sixth year in a row, ahead of Washington, Massachusetts and Florida.
In the US, Utah schools have the highest number of students from single-parent families, according to the National Association for School Finance.
That’s also one of the reasons that it’s one of just two states where there are no public-school districts.
Some of the best high school students are Utahns who grew up in poverty.
The average high school student in Utah is about three-quarters of a second behind the average high-school student in Florida.
The state has the highest poverty rate in the country, and the poorest students are the most likely to attend schools where they’re most likely not to get a fair shake.
The Salt Lake Tribune reported that almost a third of Utahns were living in poverty in 2014.
“We need to get the money out of our schools and into our communities,” said state representative Mike Clements.
“We’ve got to get to a point where our kids can make it.”
The Salt Lake School District, one of two public high schools, is not alone in its struggle to maintain the quality of its students.
The US Education Department ranked Utah in the bottom third of states when it came to the number of high school graduates who graduate from high school with a bachelor’s degree.
Utah has also had to deal with some of the nation’s most expensive public schools.
Salt Lake City has been trying to address the problem, using a combination of tax credits and vouchers.
In the last year, the district has invested in a new basketball arena, a new library, a large science lab and an expansion of its physical education curriculum.
Utahns have been more than happy to pay for things like the new football stadium, and that includes the new basketball stadium.
The school district is also planning to add a new elementary school and an elementary school-wide gym.
Utahns are also proud of their schools.
According to the US Department of Education, Utah ranked third in the nation for graduation rates among the states that have a system of voucher vouchers.
But the state has also faced a challenge from its poorer students, who tend to attend more expensive schools.
In 2017, Utahns ranked 31st for the number who were enrolled in state-funded voucher programs.
With the support of Utah’s congressional delegation, the US Congress passed legislation that allowed schools to use the vouchers they received.
It also established an oversight board that reviews school districts and provides guidance on how to best use vouchers to help students from low-income families.
It’s important for the state’s public school system to keep improving, said state Rep. Mike Cments.
“It’s time to invest in our schools, to keep the best kids in the district,” he said.
“I’m here to help Utahns succeed and to support the students who come to school.”