Rotary honors students of the month

January 14, 2014

By Staff

The Rotary Club of Issaquah’s honored the following seniors for its November 2013 Students of the Month.

Note: Due to a scheduling conflict, photos of November Students of the Month were not taken.


Madeline Wells

  • Issaquah High School
  • Recognition in language arts
  • Editor-in-chief of IT Magazine

  • Three years in journalism, writing, editing, making assignments, page layout
  • 3.92 grade point average and six Advanced Placement classes
  • Music band singer/songwriter, guitarist, piano instructor


Natalie Andreeva

  • Issaquah High School
  • Recognition in social studies
  • President/chief of staff for IHS chapter of Junior Statesmen of America debate/politics club
  • National Merit commended student, 4.0 grade point average, Advanced Placement scholar
  • Presidential Service Award, Girl Scout Gold Torch Award
  • Would like to work on campaigns and hold elective office


Austin Sivert

  • Liberty High School
  • Recognition in social studies
  • Scholar-athlete awards in varsity football, wrestling and baseball
  • 4.0 grade point average, National Honor Society, National Merit Scholar
  • 4Organized Newcastle Earth Day activities, planted trees for Mountains to Sound Greenway
  • 4Pursuing a career in biomedical engineering or computer science


Max Greenwald

  • Liberty High School
  • Recognition in English
  • Editor-in-chief of award-winning Patriot Press
  • 4.0 grade point average, 10 Advanced Placement classes, National Honor Society

• Four scholar-athlete awards, three varsity letters

• Pursuing a pre-med path to medical school to become an oncologist


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