Spanish Fork High School
- Nebo School District is a public school district in Utah County, Utah serving the southern part of the county south of Utah Lake. Provo City School District and Alpine School District cover the central and northern parts of the county, respectively.
- With 23,948 pupils, Nebo is the 7th largest school district in Utah and among the fastest-growing. The district operates 3 high schools, 6 middle schools, 21 elementary schools, 1 elementary/middle school, and 2 alternative schools.
- The district is named for nearby Mount Nebo, the tallest point in the Wasatch Range.
- Spanish Fork High School: Spanish Fork High School is currently the only high school in Spanish Fork. Geographic boundaries include the cities of Spanish Fork, Salem, and Woodland Hills. Small rural communities of Palmyra, Benjamin, Lake Shore, and Leland also attend Spanish Fork High School. Currently the largest high school in Nebo School District. Two new high schools will be under construction shortly: Salem Hills High School and Maple Mountain High School, which will then drop the enrollment significantly. Students already in SFHS at the time of the completion of the stated high schools are allowed to finish schooling at there. Grades 10-12.
- Mascot: The Don; School Colors: Red and Gray; Band: Marching Band won State Title in 2002 and 2003.; Drama: Overall Best (Electra), Best Actress (Calista Fisher), & Best Actor (Ensemble) at State Competition ; Boys Athletics: Utah State Champion - Wrestling [1984, 2003, 2004] Baseball [1988, 1992, 2006] Golf [1996, 1997, 1999]; Girls Athletics: Utah State Champion - Track & Field  Softball ; Address: 99 North 300 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660.
- Notable alumni: Scott Brumfield — former NFL football player.
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