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Sterling Scholars helped me on my path to success by Annie Henrie

Sterling Scholar was really a life changing experience for me. I had always wanted to be a professional artist, and the Sterling Scholar awards looked like a great opportunity to see if I could be qualified for this type of career, to see if I could “make it” in a sense, and the scholarships available […]

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How Sterling Scholars helped me get into Medical School by Pooja Jairam

I have been admitted to Wash U’s School of Medicine through the University Scholars Program in Medicine!  The Sterling Scholar panel interview process gave me the experience and confidence I needed to do well during my Med School interview there.  If it wasn’t for the panel interview experience as well as the process of creating […]

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How Sterling Scholars Changed My Life by Rachel Kennedy

Sterling Scholars has pretty much changed my life! After I was named the nominee for my high school in Family and Consumer Science, the real work began. I have never worked harder on any project than I did on my portfolio. It caused late nights, early mornings, and the occasional tiff with my parents. Boy […]

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The Deseret News’ sports writer, James Edwards, was once a Sterling Scholar

James Edwards, now a prolific sports writer at the Deseret News, was a Sterling Scholar from Olympus High School in 1994.  He shares his Sterling Scholar experience: Being named the Technical Education Sterling Scholar finalist was a great honor. At Olympus High, the administration definitely went out of their way to recognize our accomplishments, and […]

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Thoughts from a former Sterling Scholar

Deseret Management Corporation’s (parent company for the Deseret News) Vice President of Community Relations, Roland Radack, was a 1972 Sterling Scholar at Brighton High.  Radack agreed to share some of  his experiences: I was the Sterling Scholar nominee in Foreign Language from Brighton High School and was one of the fourteen finalists from the Wasatch […]

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