CCHS Athletic Trainer


Ashley Wollam

Crimson Cliffs is so lucky to have such an amazing trainer on campus. Ashley is available to work with athletes in a variety of ways, and she ensures all of our athletes are healthy and safe. 

A native of Graham, Wash., Ashley is a graduate of Washington State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2006. After graduating, she completed a one-year internship with WSU, working with the track and field as well as the cheer & dance teams. In 2007, Ashley moved to Utah to work at BYU as a clinical intern with the women’s soccer and women’s basketball teams. In 2010 she moved to St. George and worked at DSU as an athletic trainer before coming on at CCHS in the fall of 2019.

Through Ashleys work and leadership, Crimson Cliffs High is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that have met the recommended standards to improve safety in sports. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention, and treatment.

Ashley works with and for Intermountain Health Care, and as such has a close relationship with our team doctor, Dr. Chase Grames.  Dr. Grames communicates often with Ashley and he can see our students quickly if needed!

   

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Contact Us

4430 S Crimson Cliffs Way
Washington, Utah 84780

T: 435-634-7015
F: 435-627-8770

Registrars Fax: 435-627-8252

 

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CCHS Mission Statement

Why the Mustangs?

Wild mustangs have roamed the American West for hundreds of years. Mustangs are proud, strong, and intelligent, yet their survival and safety is dependent on the herd. The herd works together to fight off any danger and separate herds will even join together to fight and run as one large herd. Just like the wild mustangs of the American West, the Crimson Cliffs High School Mustang Herd is strong, proud and intelligent; but it also works together to support each other in the classroom, on the stage, on the field, and in the community. We are only successful together, in The Herd, where despite our differences we Run As One!