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Education Briefs

Austin Clements receives fellowship

Austin Clements, Park City High School Valedictorian of 2002, was awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship for his Ph.D research in computer science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Austin is the son of Robin and Hank Clements.

Alexandra Lindsay receives scholarship

Best Buy Children’s Foundation has awarded a scholarship to Alexandra Lindsay, a 2007 graduating senior of Park City High School. Alexandra is the daughter of Mitchell and Tamara Lindsay and plans to attend the University of Utah next fall. Scholarship recipients were chosen based on community service and academic achievement.

Valerie Mey graduates

Valerie A. Mey (PCHS 2003) graduated Magna Cum Laude from Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I. on May 13,. She received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing, with a minor in Global Business and Administration. She received the Anthony Vatalaro Memorial Award for the highest grade point average in the Marketing Department. She was inducted into Sigma Beta Delta for honors in business and Alpha Mu Alpha for honors in marketing and Kappa Gamma Pi the national Catholic honor society. Mey is focused on a career in sports marketing and event planning and is currently employed by World Publications where she is working as a marketing/event assistant for Sailing World/Cruising World magazine. Valerie, the daughter of Ray Mey and Dee Hill-Mey of Park City, resides in Newport, R.I.


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