Canyon Crest Academy Dollars for Scholars

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Forty-eight outstanding Canyon Crest Academy Seniors were recognized May 22 by the Dollars for Scholars Committee for their achievement in a broad range of activities and interests throughout their high school career. Scholarships are awarded to students who plan to attend a two- or four-year university or college, vocational or technical school.

Scholarship recipients, selected based upon school and community involvement, scholastic achievement and personal commitment, received awards ranging from $500 to $1,000.  These scholarships, totaling $28,000, were awarded thanks to the efforts of Canyon Crest Academy’s Dollars for Scholars Committee and many generous donors.

Photos/Jon Clark

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