Washington Scholars program honors seniors

July 15, 2014

By Staff

Five Issaquah School District seniors have been recognized by the Washington Scholars program.

The Washington Scholars award represents the highest meritorious honor conferred by the state’s education and government leaders on the most exemplary (top 1 percent) graduating high school seniors across the state, recognizing excellence in academic achievement, leadership and community service.

Four high school students in each of the state’s 49 legislative districts (three scholars and one alternate) are selected each year to receive financial awards toward tuition at an in-state college or university.

  • Liberty High School: Neil M. Chakravarty — Scholar, Maximillian S. Greenwald — Scholar, Austin Sivret — Alternate
  • Issaquah High School: Hannah R. Stulberg — Scholar
  • Skyline High School: Cathy Cao — Alternate

Learn more about the Washington Scholar program here.

 

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