Congratulations to all of our American Indian Graduates in Nebo School District. All your hard work and perseverance has paid off. Obtaining your high school diploma is a big accomplishment, and you should be extremely proud of yourself. Good luck on your next adventure! Please keep us updated on your future accomplishments. We are truly proud of each of you!
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Ella Boren graduated from Springville High! Ella is a kind and sweet girl. She is a friend to all and enjoys dancing. She has excelled exponentially in her academics and has accomplished so much during her high school career.
Ella, congratulations on your graduation. Your future is bright! Our program is so proud of you and all your hard work. We are excited to see what opportunities are in store for you. Wishing you the best today and always!
Courtney Smith graduated from Salem Hills High with High Honors. She is from the Chickasaw Tribe. This upcoming Fall, she plans on attending BYU Hawaii.
Congratulations, Courtney! We are so proud of you and all your hard work. Good luck on your upcoming endeavors. Wishing you the best today and always!
Mike is graduating from American Leadership Academy. He is the firstborn in his family and a good big brother. He is smart & loves a good joke. He loves all of his family, theater tech, building theater sets, camping, and fishing. He’s exceptionally good at quoting lines from movies. Mike belongs to the Lumbee Tribe.
Mike loves to read! He loves video games too. He also likes to work with wood. He doesn't listen to much music, but he does enjoy a good parody, like Bad Lip Reading songs on YouTube. (One favorite of his is Seaguls, Stop It Now.) Some of his favorite foods include fish, lentils, street tacos, lemon pie & BACON.
In high school, Mike's favorite class was Theatre Tech. He loves being the guy behind the scenes making the magic happen on stage with sets, lighting and especially sound. His favorite teacher is Mrs. Loraine Hanson, his math teacher. She is amazing and always super supportive and helpful. Mike's most memorable moment from high school was working backstage during a show is super cool and I will always remember helping build the catwalk for the Merry Poppins show.
His future plans include a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints & and a degree in Theater Tech from UVU. His family is so excited to see great things from their young man!
Mike, congratulations on your graduation! You are such a talented and kind young man. Your future looks bright! Good luck with your future endeavors. Our program is very proud of you and excited to see what wonderful opportunities are in store for you.
The following students are the 2020 Recipients of the Nebo Title VI Parent Committee Scholarship:
- Seka Groves (Springville High)
- Macy Redhouse (Salem Hills High)
- Brock Bayles (Salem Hills High)
A huge congratulations to each of you! Good luck in your future educational endeavors.
"The more that you read, the more things you will know, the more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”– Dr. Seuss
Bryn is a graduating Senior from Spanish Fork High. He belongs to Chickasaw Nation Tribe. He is dedicated and loyal to his family. He is a driven young man born with a natural ability to lead. His loud personality can at times get the best of him, as he is never shy with accepting a dare, but this outgoing attitude is why people enjoy being around him.
Bryn loves to play lacrosse, football, be outdoors at the river, reservoir, or ocean, be with his dog, Toli, and challenge his brothers to various competitions (video games & athletic).
Some of Bryn's favorite musical artists include Bruno Mars, Post Malone, and Lil Uzi Vert. Rap is his favorite music genre. His favorite foods are Fachicken katsu (Japanese fried chicken), fried rice, mac salad, and brownies. In high school, Bryn's favorite class was History 1700 with Mrs. Nelson. His favorite teacher was Coach Perry Craz from Woodbridge High School and Coach Kip Spencer from Spanish Fork High.
Bryn’s first love is sports. He has played football and lacrosse since the age of 10 and began playing the cello at age 12. Bryn attended Woodbridge High School in Irvine, California his freshman and sophomore years. At Woodbridge, Bryn was a member of the junior varsity and varsity football teams, varsity lacrosse, and concert orchestra. The summer before his Junior year, Bryn moved with his family back to Spanish Fork. Bryn continued to play football and lacrosse, and he joined the wrestling team his senior year.
Bryn is a very driven individual and has received many accomplishments in high-school career. Some of those accomplishments include:
- Received an Academic scholarships from the University of Utah, Utah Valley University, and the University of Oklahoma.
- Lettered in Concert Orchestra-Cello (WHS) 2 years
- Lettered in Varsity Lacrosse (WHS & SFHS) 4 years
- Lettered in Varsity Football (WHS & SFHS) 3 years
- Lettered in Varsity Wrestling (SFHS) 1 year
- Sophomore Lacrosse Captain (WHS)
- Senior Lacrosse Captain (SFHS)
- Senior Football Captain (SFHS)
- 1st Team Pacific Coast League Defender
- 1st Team All-City Irvine
- WHS Warrior Lacrosse Award Recipient
- Wasatch Lacrosse Club Defender
- Graduating with Honors
In the Fall, Bryndon plans to attend the University of Oklahoma as a pre-med major and plans to play for the Sooner MCLA lacrosse team. After his first year at OU, Bryn will take time off to serve a two-year mission for his church before completing his academics. Bryn's favorite quote is, "He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." by Muhammad Ali
Bryn, congratulations on your upcoming graduation! We are so proud of you and all your hard work so far. Good luck with your future endeavors. Your future looks very bright, and we are excited to see what adventures are in store for you next. Congratulations, Bryn!!!
Running Strong Dreamstarters Shakotah Billie and Rose Quintana teamed up to collect donations to aid the Navajo Nation Reservation. The Navajo Nation occupies portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United States. Great job girls, our program is proud of you both and we are so grateful for your willingness to help those in need. Ahéhee' (Thank you in Navajo)