WHS Shines in 2017 Sterling Scholar Competition
Apr 20, 2017 | 403 views | 0 0 comments | 42 42 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Wasatch High School recently sent its 2016-2017 Sterling Scholars to their region competition. Sterling Scholars are students who represent the top 1% of students in the state of Utah. Students prepare their entire high school career to become a Sterling Scholar, focusing on academic rigor in content areas as well as on community service and leadership experiences. These students then work their entire senior school year preparing a professional portfolio and honing their interview skills to prepare to represent Wasatch High School in the Northeast Utah Region Sterling Scholar Competition. These sixteen students represented their academic departments and Wasatch High School very well at the competition. The Northeast Region of Sterling Scholar has sixteen different schools participate. Each student in the competition submits a professional portfolio and completes an interview with a panel of category-specific judges. The judges then select one winner and two runners-up in each category. We congratulate these sixteen students on their success in the Sterling Scholar program.

*Agriculture Science – Alexis World – Region Runner-Up

*Business and Marketing – Alan Nichols – Region Winner

*Computer Technology – Kate Cranney – Region Winner

*Dance – Sydney Walker – Region Winner

*English – Sydney Quinton

*Family and Consumer Sciences – Kylie Guymon – Region Runner-Up

*General Scholarship – Becky Cowen – Region Runner-Up

*Instrumental Music – London Halls – Region Runner-Up

*Mathematics – Christine Sheehan – Region Runner-Up

*Science – Nick Bryan – Region Winner

*Skilled and Technical Sciences – Anthony Palmer – Region Winner

*Social Science – Isabelle Stoddard

*Speech/Theatre Arts/Forensics – Christian Rigby

*Visual Arts – Summer Chappell – Region Runner-Up

*Vocal Performance – Nicola Powell – Region Winner

*World Languages – Garrett Ritchie – Region Runner-Up
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