2024 Senior Spotlight: Marianah Scott

2024 Senior Spotlight: Marianah Scott
Posted on 05/17/2024
Marianah Scott

  In honor of the Farmington High School 2024 graduating class, we are highlighting a few of our outstanding seniors. These students have been nominated by Farmington Area Public Schools staff members for exhibiting hard work and pursuing their spark with passion during their time at FHS. Today’s Senior Spotlight is: Marianah Scott!
     Marianah was nominated for being a conscientious, curious student and a competitive student-athlete. One of her teachers, Beth Breiland, shared: “Marianah is a highly competitive runner for both the track and cross country teams. She has been a participant in the state cross country meet for each of the last 5 years. She is also a conscientious, curious student who works hard in every class and maintains a strong GPA. Marianah is also very close to her family and a loyal friend. She has an infectious laugh and a positive attitude about life. She has made the most of every aspect of high school!”
     During her time at FHS, Marianah has been involved in track, cross country, basketball, and the National Honor Society.
      Outside of school, Marianah works with children at LifeTime Fitness.

Here’s a little more about Marianah and her time at FHS: 
Favorite High School Memory 

“My favorite high school memory is senior year football games and spending time with my friends.”
High School Accomplishments 
“I have been to state cross country every year I have participated and for track I have been for 3 years. For track my Sophomore year I medaled in the 200 and 4x400. As a team for cross country we have been section champs 7 years in a row, I have been a part of that for 6 years. We also have been in the top 2 of the conference all 6 years. I am so grateful for my talented teammates that I got to go to state with!”

Future Plans
“I will continue my athletic and academic career at Liberty University to compete in division D1 track.” 

Advice for Future Seniors
“Enjoy every moment because it goes by fast!”