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In conjunction with the WIAA,
Gesa Credit Union, the Dairy Farmers of Washington and Les Schwab Tires proudly present the Smart Choices Scholarship Program. The 2022 Smart Choices Scholarship Program awarded three (3) $5,000 scholarships and 12$1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from WIAA member high schools for excellence in athletics/activities, academics, leadership and community service throughout their high school careers. The Smart Choices application is launched in the fall with an annual application deadline of April 1st.
 
 

 2022
  
Sophia DeMarco
ENUMCLAW
Sophia DeMarco has made an impact at Enumclaw High School in numerous ways, all while balancing AP classes, a 4.0 GPA and four extracurricular activities.
 
A member of the school’s volleyball, basketball, and track and field teams, DeMarco has qualified for WIAA State Championship tournaments during her senior year of volleyball, placing eighth, and making the regional round in basketball. DeMarco was also a member of the orchestra group which was a WMEA state honoree in 2020 and awarded a Superior rating.
 
DeMarco has shown immense dedication and leadership in serving her community. During her high school career, she has amassed approximately 1,200 community service hours and numerous accolades. She led the effort to keep more than 80,000 water bottles out of the environment and reduce her school’s waste by 80 percent, earning her Unilever’s Bright Future Award. DeMarco also founded the Afghan Student Refugee Backpack Program in which she was able to fill 700 backpacks with more than $15,000 worth of school supplies for refugees coming to the Northwest.
 
DeMarco will continue her education at Brigham Young University where she plans to study pre-medicine.
  
Carmen Kiewert
DEER PARK
A three-sport athlete at Deer Park High School, Carmen Kiewert has reached the highest levels of success both athletically and academically during her high school career.
 
Kiewert has found the most success on the soccer field, where she and her Stags teammates were crowned 1A State Champions during the 2021 season after finishing fourth in the State Tournament in 2018. She has earned individual accolades to go with the team success, being named All-League as well as Second Team All-State during her senior season.
 
In the classroom, Kiewert holds a 4.0 GPA while taking a challenging course load and being heavily involved in school activities. She holds the position as Senior Class President and has served as the DECA President for the last two years.
 
Carmen will attend Park University in Parkville, Missouri next fall where she plans to earn a degree in business management while also continuing her athletic career as a member of the women’s soccer team.






  
Magdalyn Ogden
CLARKSTON
Magdalyn Ogden has been an exemplary member of her school, community and athletic teams while earning 11 letters and graduating as the class valedictorian at Clarkston High School.
 
Ogden has participated in volleyball, basketball, and tennis at Clarkston, highlighted by a third-place finish on the hardwood in 2019 and being ranked No. 1 in the state at the 2A level in 2021, a season that was limited due to COVID-19. Ogden was named to the All-League team in basketball as a senior, while being named her team’s Most Valuable Player in volleyball and garnering All-State honors. In addition to being a three-sport athlete, she has accrued accolades in archery as well, earning a State Championship from the National Archer in Schools program.
 
A standout student and involved member of her community, Ogden will graduate with a 4.0 GPA while taking honors and AP courses. She has served in leadership roles as the captain of the basketball, volleyball and archery teams and taking on a statewide leadership role as a member of the WIAA LEAP Committee.
 
Ogden plans to attend Grand Canyon University next year where she will be enrolling in the Honors College to study biology with an emphasis in pre-medicine.

  

2022
 

Delaney Cobbs
LA CONNER

Isabella Friedline
POPE JOHN PAUL II

Alice Groza
LEWIS AND CLARK

Hannah Hilton
EISENHOWER

Kyla Johnson
SHOREWOOD

Megan Letts
TENINO

Katrina Li
NEWPORT (BELLEVUE)

Nick Oberst
FEDERAL WAY

Kenzi Pedersen
GARFIELD-PALOUSE

Gabrielle Shull
LINCOLN (SEATTLE)

Isabelle Silvernail
RAYMOND

Erin Tack
KELSO
  
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