Historic Scott School Community Center
Historic Scott School has a long history of serving our community and South Salt Lake is proud to be home to the oldest continuously operating school in the state of Utah. This charming campus was the founding site of Granite High School, gradually growing and changing to become home to another Promise SSL center, and a community center for the arts.
In addition to high school classes, the Pioneer Craft House organization began teaching community classes here in 1947 and the buildings are often referred to by that name. In 2009, the city acquired the property from Granite School District with the support from Salt Lake County ZAP funds. Historic Scott School Community Center now hosts several important community services and partners for residents and the public.
Promise SSL offers afterschool and summer programs for residents at Historic Scott School. Excellent program offerings for teens, including classes in arts and academics.
The South Salt Lake Arts Council provides a wide variety of art classes inside the Center. All classes are low-cost or free to residents and offer opportunities for all ages to participate in the arts through classes hosted by local artists. To view current classes for Creative Arts for Life and Senior ART55+, visit our Civic Rec page > Arts Programming.
MOSAIC Inter-Faith Ministries
Historic Scott School hosts a Community Resource Pantry as a safe space for anyone to receive food and be connected to other resources and programs. This service is operated by MOSAIC Inter-Faith Ministries and Promise SSL, with support from the Utah Food Bank. For hours of operations and contact information, visit the Pantry page.
Little Free Library
"Check out" from and contribute to the Little Free Library at Historic Scott School. If you would like to host a book drive to help collect books for this library box, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about Little Free Library.