July 15, 2014
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.
March 25, 2014
Issaquah High School
Zoe Buchli, junior
“I take a few minutes out of each day to go outside on my deck and meditate.”
Jasmine Vu, senior
“I make a playlist of calming songs and listen to them when I’m busy and need to de-stress.”
May 28, 2013
Nine students from Liberty High School who took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in October 2012 met the program requirements to enter the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Each of the students is among 50,000 highest-scoring participants of 1.5 million program entrants and has shown outstanding academic potential, according to a press release from Liberty High School.
The students were offered the opportunity to be referred to U.S. colleges and universities. The students are Neil Chakravarty, Cassandra Cox, Olaf Grette, Alyssa Nanney, Galen Posch, Aditya Seshadri, Austin Sivret, Eric Spradling and Jeremy Stroming.