Ariel Boroff, a Park City High School 2003 alumnus, was recently named to the dean’s list at DePaul University’s Theatre School. Her major is costume design with a minor in Italian. This summer she will be studying in Lucca, Italy with the University of Cincinnati to learn more about opera make-up and wigs.
Austin Stobaugh, a Park City High School 2005 alumnus, recently received the Outstanding Navy ROTC Student award at Texas A&M University. He was also named to the spring 2006 distinguished student list and was chosen to be the Guidon Bearer for Company E-2 in the Corps of Cadets at the university.
Military Academy applications
U.S. Senator Bob Bennett (R-Utah) announced that he is now accepting online applications from young men and women interested in a nomination to attend the Army, Air Force, Navy, or Merchant Marine academies in July 2006.
Applicants must be legal Utah residents and United States citizens, at least 17 years of age but not past the age of 23 as of July 1, 2007. They must also be unmarried with no children or other legal dependence.
According to the press release Bennett said his selection criteria includes SAT/ACT scores, class rank, GPA, school records, teacher and counselor evaluations, extracurricular and athletic activities, leadership potential and motivation.
Application information is available at Bennett.senate.gov or from Senator Bennett’s office, 4225 Federal Building in Salt Lake City.
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