USU Eastern hosted the 33rd annual Sterling Scholar Award Program Tuesday evening, with over fifty Sterling Scholar nominees hoping to take home the award in their category.
High School Seniors from Monument Valley, Emery, Carbon, Grand, Monticello, San Juan and Whitehorse, were nominated as a Sterling Scholar hopeful in either English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Foreign Language, Business and Marketing, Speech and Drama, Music, Visual Arts, Family & Consumer Science, Trade and Technical Education, and the General Scholarship.
Carbon High School stole the show, winning six of the 12 disciplines represented in the program. Emery had three students win.
The Southeastern Utah Sterling Scholars are:
English: CHantz Richens, Carbon High School
Business and Marketing: Joecee Hail, Carbon High School
Mathematics: Rachel Roberts, Emery High School
Speech and Drama: Christian Johnston, Carbon High School
Science: Tyler Pulli, Emery High School
Music: Jake Carpenter, Carbon High School
Social Science: Madison Alleman, Carbon High School
Visual Arts: Jessica Pyatt, Grand High School
Foreign Language: Ashley Martinez, Carbon High School
Family and Consumer Science: Lexus Latham, San Juan High School
General Scholarship: Mary Rice, Grand High School
Trade and Technical Education: KC Kofford, Emery High School
Congratulations to all the Southeastern Utah Sterling Scholars and nominees.