There is at least one Granite School District finalist for every academic category in this year’s Deseret News-KSL Sterling Scholar Awards.
Winners will be announced during the Sterling Scholar Awards Ceremony on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Congratulations to all GSD finalists!
Kara Reed, Cottonwood High – Business & Marketing
Robben Migacz, Cottonwood High – Computer Technology
Brynley Ann Graham, Olympus High – Dance
Huy Tran, Hunter High – Dance
Samantha Shreeve, Skyline High – Dance
Nicole Lyn Grant, Skyline High – English
Allison Baxter, Skyline High – Family & Consumer Sciences
Ryan George Hilton, Olympus High – Instrumental Music
Benjamin Honor Kerr, Cottonwood High – Mathematics
Everest Fang, Skyline High – Mathematics
Sarah Ann Sumner, Olympus High – Mathematics
Aisha Zuiter, Olympus High – Science
Ellenor Chi, Skyline High – Science
Emily Seang, Hunter High – Skilled & Technical Sciences Education
Kylie Johnson, Olympus High – Skilled & Technical Science Education
Catherine Suzanne Miner, Olympus High – Social Science
Sarah Ratzlaff, Cottonwood High – Social Science
Sophie Ack, Skyline High – Social Science
Lydia Hartman, Skyline High – Speech/Theater Arts/Forensics
Marilyn Melissa Salguero, Kearns High – Speech/Theater Arts/Forensics
Matthew Isaac Bowden, Cottonwood High – Speech/Theater Arts, Forensics
Jorge Gutierrez-Santillan, Granger High – Visual Arts
Rebekah Moon, Skyline High – Visual Arts
Ethan Rowland Anderl, Cottonwood High – Vocal Performance
Meredith Dial, Olympus High – Vocal Performance
Barbora Tvrdik, Skyline High – World Languages
Lincoln Barlow, Taylorsville High – World Languages
The Sterling Scholar Awards are presented every year to high school seniors who demonstrate a pursuit of excellence in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship in the State of Utah. Sterling Scholars are awarded at the high school, semi-final and finals levels. At the awards ceremony, finalists in 14 categories are announced and then an overall Sterling Scholar winner is also announced.
Skyline High School graduate Samuel I. Adams was named the 2015 General Sterling Scholar during last year’s ceremony.