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2012 Ethics Essay Contest Scholarship Winners

Ajo High School

Senior – Alexus Denny, "Waste Management of Reusable Materials"
Junior – Jia Situ, "A Change that Must be Made"

 

Basha High School

Senior – Nicole Sroka, "Grass Roots Target Poverty"
Junior – Delaney Douglas, "A Rational Argument for Solar and Wind"

 

Centennial High School

Senior – Morgan Moore, "School Waste" - STATE WINNER
Junior – Alejandra Mora, "Open Your Eyes”

 

Chandler High School

Senior – Talia Davis, "Waste Management"
Junior – Kaarthik Chandrashaker, "Fossil Fuels"

 

Desert Ridge High School

Senior – Marquiis Wells, "Water Conservation"
Junior – Jonas Sosas, "Sustainability"

 

Desert Vista High School

Senior – Rohitha Moudgal, "Alternative Energy through Biotechnology"
Junior – Jenna DeRubeis, "Kiva Loans and Impoverished Areas"

 

Dobson High School

Senior – Taylor Liddle, "Factory Farms"

 

Florence High School (AZ)

Junior – Cordero Salazar, "Easy Energy"

 

Foothills Academy

Senior – Zoe Cardenas, "Operation Home Front"
Junior – Krystal Wood, "Hunger"

 

Hamilton High School

Senior – Marli Crowe, "Illiteracy"
Junior – Neel Patel, "Help for Poor Education in India"

 

Mac Arthur High School (Levitttown, New York)

Senior – Justine Lebedz, "Water Consumption"

 

Northpoint Expeditionary Learning Academy (Prescott)

Junior – Shana West, "Nuclear Energy"

 

Perry High School

Senior – Brittany Goodson, "Helping The Poor To Get A Cleaner Environment"
Junior – Niyi Soetan, "Nuclear Energy"

 

Tempe High School

Junior – Alejandra Nava, "Habitat Destruction"

 

Williams Field High School (both At Large Category Winners)

Senior – Meghan Sandoval, "Solar Energy"
Junior – Hannah Turner, "Natural Gas"

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