4430 S Crimson Cliffs Way
Washington, Utah 84780
T: 435-634-7015
F: 435-627-8770

Sterling Scholar Info


To all Sterling Scholar Hopefuls:

Thank you for your interest in the Sterling Scholar program at Crimson Cliffs High. Whether you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior, it is never too soon to prepare. Most successful candidates begin early by participating in both school and community activities.

Please read through the materials given at the orientation meeting or on the CCHS website under the Sterling Scholar tab and consider your qualifications as they relate to the requirements for Sterling Scholars. We hope you will find great satisfaction as you challenge yourself and seek for excellence along the way, and as you commit to fulfilling all aspects of the competition.

If you are not already aware, the Utah Sterling Scholar program is the largest scholarship program for Utah high school students. The scholarship money received varies from district to district and from college to college within the state of Utah. Even though you may not be a winner or runner-up, the honor of competing is a great addition to your resume and portfolio.

Should you decide to compete your senior year, we encourage each of you to give your very best to the competition on the school level. Winners will also have the privilege of representing Crimson Cliffs High at the regional competition in the spring.

Summers are a crucial time for preparing to enter the competition in the fall. Increase your community service, find ways to lead out, and begin collecting items to demonstrate your success in scholarship, citizenship, and leadership. All this will give you a jump-start and ease the stress that befalls so many once school is in session.

For further information about the Sterling Scholar program you can log on to www.sedc.k12.ut.us/index.php/services/sterlingscholar or http://www.washk12.org and link to Sterling Scholars by clicking departments, then secondary education, then students, then academics, and finally Sterling Scholar.

Thank you again for your interest in the Sterling Scholar program. We look forward to working with you and supporting your efforts in this competition.

Sincerely,

Mr. Taylor – Principal
Mrs. Berry – Coordinator
Mrs. Youngberg – Coordinator

Why the Mustangs?
Wild Mustangs have roamed the American West for hundreds of years. Mustangs are proud, strong, and intelligent, yet their survival and safety is dependent on the herd. The herd works together to protect the young mares and to fight off any danger. Separate herds will even join together to fight and run as one large herd. Just like the wild mustangs of the American West, the Crimson Cliffs High School Mustang Family is strong, proud and intelligent, but it also works together to support each other in the classroom, on the stage, on the field, and in the community. We are only successful together in the Herd, where despite our differences we Run as One.

Washington County School District is committed to providing educational and employment opportunities to students without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin or disability in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act or 1964, Title XI of the Educational Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the age Discrimination Act of 1975, and with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

       
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