Congratulations to Nebo School District’s 2,389 graduating high school seniors that received over $18 million in scholarships.
Springville High School graduated 398 students and received over $3.8 million in scholarships.
Spanish Fork High School graduated 454 students and received over $2.1 million in academic scholarships.
Salem Hills High School graduated 392 students and received over $2.3 million in scholarships.
Payson High graduated 436 students and received over $3.8 million in scholarships.
This past week, the Nebo Advanced Learning Center (ALC) students, Spencer Hatch and Reed Nordstrom, along with their band members, were privileged to be able to record an original song, inside the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus.
What a great honor for these amazing students. Nebo School District is so proud of them and the band's many accomplishments.
Congratulations to Choose2Matter.
In May, Nebo's Advanced Learning Center (ALC) students attended the Utah Digital Media Arts Festival hosted at UVU. They had a great time learning about various media topics and what the UVU media programs have to offer. Students also participated in the festival's competition. Cole Monson's animation "Meter" took second place in 3D Animation and Kaleah Jackson's "The Monkey's Eye" took third in the same category.
The Abravanel Hall concert honored Nebo Youth Philharmonic students. All-Stars from Nebo are Hanna (viola), Nick (timpani), Perla (flute) and Haleigh (violin). Nebo School District is proud of these great musicians! Congratulations!
Julie Christofferson, district fine arts specialist; Clint Roberts, Spanish Fork High orchestra teacher; and Paul Wells, Salem Hills High orchestra teacher--all Nebo educators--co-conducts the Nebo Youth Philharmonic. Thank you for all your time, efforts, and talent.