Indian Education (Title VI)
Seth is a senior at Maple Mountain High School. He is Ute/Navajo. People describe Seth as nice, loyal artistic and a hard worker. If you know Seth, you are probably nodding your head right now in agreement. He enjoys reading and drawing. His artwork has been featured in the literary magazine at MMHS and all of his art teachers consider him “gifted.” We do too. His favorite show is Gotham and he can pretty much quote the movie.
Seth enjoys Sushi and Italian but not together. His favorite color is red and he loves playing and watching basketball. Seth enjoys theatre and being a back stage tech, mainly with the back drops. This past year he helped with several productions at Maple Mountain.
He enjoys the time he spends with friends. He likes to hang out and try new things. He wants to go into animation when he graduates. He also would like to travel the world before he dies and most likely will if he continues with his art endeavors. Seth has so many opportunities awaiting him. His future looks bright. Good Luck Seth Sandoval.
Jonathan Pierce is a senior at Spanish Fork High School. He has split his time this year between there and ALC in Springville. Where ever he is, people describe him as someone who can light up the place with his smile, sense of humor and kindness. He loves to go hiking and running. His favorite show is an anime called “Fairy Tail.”
Jonathan puts honey on everything. He loves the color combination of black and gold. He also likes to play soccer when he has time. He is very creative and loves 3D animation. His favorite memory from highschool was winning a trophy at the knowledge bowl. He would like to go to the University of Utah after getting his associates at Utah Valley University.
He likes to make everyone he meets smile and his favorite quotes is “Stories don't just happen for you, they are meant to be shared with others,” and, “The game is already over, but we will be friends forever.” -Chad Lewis. Jonathan is very proud of his Native American ancestry and breaks the stereotype of what a “native,” should look like. We are proud of him and his hard work. His zest for life and his will to finish what he starts will take him far in life.