Senior Awards Ceremony

photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
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Jiffy Lube Award_Taylor Christensen
Military Service Awards
Latinos in Action Awards
Wallace and Dianne Carr_STEM Awards
Springville Museum of Art Royalty Awards
Intermountain Power Project Award_Kaylee Middlebrook
Live wElle Award_Brooke Turnipseed
Springville Kiwanis Service Awards
Mrs. A's Dance Scholarship Awards
Edward Earl Collins Awards
Mtn View Hospital Aux Award_Taylor Christensen
SHS PTO Scholarship Awards
Scott Hullinger Scholarship_Katelyn Walker
Max and Kolene Knight Award_Jaxon Hartvigsen
Springville High Alumni Awards
Grant and Genevieve Gardner Scholarship_Emma Scott
Pacific Horizon Award_Lauren Walker
Ray Newbury Award_Brittany Simpson
Elks Award_Alexis Childs
Elks Most Valuable Student_Oliver Harlow
Keys to Success Scholarshiop Recipients
Athletic Awards_Scholarships
Utah Scholars Award
NHS Award Recipient_Cole Monson
Sterling Scholars
Allison Hawks_Sterling Scholar Finalist Dance
PTO Service Award_Tammy Harlow
Principal's Leadership Award_Brianna Sorenson
Synergy Award Recipients

SHS Seniors were awarded over $3.7 million dollars in scholarship monies.  Ceremony was held on Monday, May 14, 2018.

4.0 Award Recipients

photo by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
Not mentioned due to clerical error -- also Jonathan Young

Senior Awards Ceremony, Monday, May 14, 2018. 

Springville's lineup smacked four home runs to lead the Lady Red Devils past Provo

Red Devils Varsity Baseball travel to Timpanogos

photos by Mark Spencer

On Wednesday, May 9, Springville High’s varsity baseball team traveled to Orem to finish a triple header against region rival Timpanogos.

Timberwolf Spencer Olsen went 2-3 with two home runs and three RBI's to lead Timpanogos past Springville, 10-7.   

Red Devil Brinton Montgomery and Ryder Peterson each had doubles, while Springville’s Cole Bowers added a triple in the loss.

Timpanogos swept Springville in the triple header.

Rachel Hatch is a published poet

by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

Rachel Hatch, our English Sterling Scholar, has had two of her poems accepted for publication by Southern Quill

One of the poems is a villanelle and the other is a pantoum.  These formats are more complicated than free verse poems which make them inherently harder to publish.

Hatch says, “She prefers to write in reality, not fantasy.”

“I'm exceptionally proud of her,” said her Creative Writing teacher, Mrs. Joanna Ellsworth.

Hatch will attend Brigham Young University this Fall and plans on majoring in Chemical Engineering or Biochemistry.   We’re sure she’ll have no trouble mixing her chemical compositions and words together to create some magic.