Deseret News/KSL 2014 Sterling Scholar award winners
The Deseret News/KSL 2014 Sterling Scholar award winners were named Wednesday evening in the culmination of a competition that narrowed down a field of 1,000 candidates to 210, and then to 14 over the past few weeks.
Here's a look at the winners of the 14 categories: Business & Marketing, Computer Technology, Dance, English, Family & Consumer Science, Instrumental Music, Mathematics, Science, Skilled & Technical Sciences, Social Science, Speech/Theater Arts/Forensics, Visual Arts, Vocal Performance and World Languages.
The winners of the Douglas F. Bates Community Service Award and the Philo T. Farnsworth Governor's Award are also listed.
>> Lucy Nebeker of West High is interviewed while showcasing her pieces in the visual arts category during the finals for the Deseret News/KSL Sterling Scholars competition at Corner Canyon High School in Draper on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014.
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