Santa Rita High School Recognizes Silent Servant Scholarship Award Winner

Santa Rita High School student Mya Gonzales is presented with a $500 check from principal Tamara Ray for earning the Silent Servant Scholarship award.

The Peter R. Marsh Foundation announced Santa Rita student, Mya Gonzales, as one of their 2022 Silent Servant Scholarship award recipients. Mya, a 9th grader, was selected based on her local efforts to positively impact not only the Santa Rita campus, but the surrounding community, as well. 

As the award recipient, Mya joins a select group of high school students across the nation who have received this award in acknowledgement of their kindness in service to others and is a high honor. As part of this recognition, Mya received a $500 check, a congratulatory letter, and a personalized crystal award. 

According to Santa Rita principal Tamara Ray, "Mya is so deserving of this award. At Santa Rita, we place a great amount of emphasis on one pillar in particular – 'Be The Good.' Mya makes a choice, everyday, to 'Be The Good' and to serve others both on and off campus. Mya is a terrific representative of excellence in community volunteerism and service, and we are so proud of her."  

Ashley Wallinger
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Learn more about a Santa Rita High School student who earned the Peter R. Marsh Foundation's Silent Servant Scholarship award.
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