Shantel Singleton, W Jordan HS, 2018 Awardee
You are not your family nor or you your families mistakes.
2018, Laryssa Davies, HWRA, Itineris E.C. H.S., Awardee
I was told frequently that I was hated for something as simple as not loading the dishwasher “right”.
2018, Andrea Oliva, HWRA, Dixie HS, Awardee
I hadn’t seen nor talked to B for months and suddenly I was being framed for bullying.
Savana Stephenson, American Fork HS, 2018
To anyone reading this, whatever your trial is DON’T GIVE UP.
2018, Hannah Johnson, HWRA, Weber HS, Awardee
It felt like I was sitting there for hours on end shaking my head, begging God to take all of the pain away.
2018, Kennedy Johnson, HWRA, American Fork HS, Awardee
I was so engulfed with my own problems and hardships, that I had forgotten to look around and see all the other people struggling along with me.
2018, Brooklyn Gittens, HWRA, Riverton HS, Awardee
My parents took me out of high school and put me in a treatment center for eating disorders.
2018, Jeff Gurney, HWRA, Rockwell HS, Awardee
I was born to a drug addicted teenage girl on the streets of Haiti.