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story.lead_photo.caption Student winners of the Stephens Awards are (back row, left to right) Harrison Scott Brown, Spencer Davis, Joshua David Bucher, Nicholas Powell and Anil Chakka and (front row, left to right) Jua Jung, Sarah Tariq and Mary Kathryn Strickland. The awards are provided by The City Education Trust formed by Jackson T. Stephens and W.R. “Witt” Stephens in 1985. - Photo by Staton Breidenthal

Eight high school seniors and seven teachers from Little Rock-area public and private high schools have been named recipients of the 2018 Stephens Award.

The program provides $5,000 scholarships to outstanding students and $5,700 awards to selected instructors.

The scholarships and awards are made possible by The City Education Trust. The late Jackson T. Stephens and the late W.R. "Witt" Stephens formed the trust in 1985 with proceeds from the sale of the Stephens' interest in Riverside Cable Television Co.

The students and teachers were honored at a reception Monday in the AT&T Auditorium of the Regional Chamber of Commerce Building.

Student winners are:

• Harrison Scott Brown, Catholic High School for Boys, son of Robin and Lee Brown.

• Joshua David Bucher, The Baptist Preparatory School, son of Hope and Lance Bucher.

• Anil Chakka, Little Rock Central High School, son of Kanthi Dusari and Raj Chakka.

• Spencer Davis, Pulaski Academy, son of Tom Davis.

• Jua Jung, Little Rock Central High School, daughter of Sunmi Chang and Jinook Jung.

• Nicholas Powell, Little Rock Christian Academy, son of Melissa and Michael Powell.

• Mary Kathryn Strickland, Mount St. Mary Academy, daughter of Julia and Reese Strickland.

• Sarah Tariq, Little Rock Central High School, daughter of Dr. Sara Tariq and Shariq Tariq.

Winning teachers are:

• Martene Campbell, Episcopal Collegiate School.

• Teresa Chudy, Mount St. Mary Academy.

• Noel Gieringer, Mount St. Mary Academy.

• Thomas J. Handloser, Catholic High School for Boys.

• Dionne Latin, McClellan High School.

• Judith L. Murray, Parkview High School.

• Marianne Nolley, Mount St. Mary Academy.

Metro on 04/24/2018

Print Headline: Stephens Award winners feted

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