September 2014 Students of the Month honored by St. George Exchange Club

Back Row: Randon Coleman (Desert Hills High School) Chloe Condie (Snow Canyon High School) Shonie Christensen (St George Exchange Club President) Front Row: Lauren Mickey (Pine View High School); MaKady Miller (Tuacahn High School); Nikki Andersen (Dixie High School), St. George, Utah, September 2014 | Photo courtesy of Brian Tenney, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — The September “Students of the Month” recipients were recently honored by the St. George Exchange Club. The St. George Exchange Club sponsors the Student of the Month Program, which honors one student from the area high schools each month. This program recognizes the students’ accomplishments in academics, service and leadership in their respective schools.

Dixie State University recently partnered with the St. George Exchange Club and will provide each of the Student of the Month recipients a one-year, full-tuition scholarship.

The 48 students recognized each school year by the St. George Exchange Club equates to a commitment of over $175,000 from Dixie State University. The Exchange Club is honored to work with Dixie State University in recognizing and supporting the outstanding high school students of our community.

In addition, one student from the eight students honored as Student of the Month from each high school will have the opportunity to become Student of the Year for their school and receive a college scholarship to the college of their choice from the St. George Exchange Club.

The St. George Exchange Club meets Thursday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at George’s in Ancestor Square. For more information about the St. George Exchange Club, contact Shonie Christensen at 435-767-9000. We congratulate the St George Exchange Club 2014 September Students of the Month.


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