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2017 Scholar Athletes: Nile Harris  & Carey Ivey

October 28, 2017

From Grimsley High School, Nile Harris

Grimsley High School athletic department is proud to have Nile Harris represent our athletic program and as the recipient of the GAR scholarship award.  Niles current GPA is 4.52.  Nile is a very unique young man.  He does an excellent job of balancing both athletics and academics.  Unlike most students, he is the type of kid that eagerly comes home after practice and shares with you what he has learned in AP Stats, Music Theory or History without being prompted or asked by his parents.  Nile has engaged in a wealth of experiences and whether it’s serving as an apprentice, intern, researcher or volunteer, he dedicates himself fully to whatever he does.  He is very caring to his family members as well as his friends, frequently providing rides to them.  He is multitalented, not only excelling in many sports yet also thriving by playing multiple instruments.

Nile has thoroughly enjoyed being a Whirlie for 4 years where he has made many friends on and off the field.  On his off days, Nile enjoys spending time with family and he is very appreciative of his teammates and others who’ve crossed his path in a positive way thus far in life.


From Page High School, Carey Ivey

Page High School athletic department is proud to have Carey Ivey represent our athletic department as the recipient of the Great American Rivalry Scholar Athlete Award. Carey is an IB Scholar and his current GPA is 5.1. He is also making a difference in his community through his church work, serving breakfast to the homeless every Wednesday morning and volunteering at the Wyndham golf tournament. Carey has participated in 4-H for 10 years and is a member of the the National Honor Society at Page. Carey truly exemplifies what it means to be a Student-athlete.

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