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Grace Stanley

Grace Stanley is a gifted 16-year-old sophomore who attends West Florida High School majoring in Biomedical Sciences. A budding historian, Grace has advanced to the Florida State Finals of National History Day three years in a row. In 2017, she advanced to the State of Florida semi-finals for her documentary about the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion and was awarded the State History Fair Day World War II award from the Florida State University Institute on World War II and the Human Experience.

She has received many prestigious awards at a young age, to include the White House Presidential Award of Merit from President Obama for academic excellence (2014) and a national NAACP Gloster P. Current Youth Leadership Award (Region V - 2015). Grace was recognized for exceptional writing two years in a row by the Florida Commission on the Status of Women’s essay competition (2nd place in 2016 and 1st place in 2017) and as a State Finalist in the State PTA “Reflections” competition in poetry (2015). She has been awarded two Taekwondo black belts and enjoys learning cultural dance. Grace is an active member of Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA), Key Club, Drama Club and the International Thespian Society where she advanced to the 2019 Florida state finals competing in Individual Monologue. She plans to become a Neonatologist.

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Monday, April 29

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