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(KSL News) The students at Jordan High School have made the holiday season for the Make-A-Wish Foundation a little brighter.
They raised $29,000 for the charity that grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Each year, the students select a different charity, but this year they nearly tripled the normal amount raised.
With donations coming directly from the student body, the proceeds average out to $15 per student.