celebrating students  
 
There are so many outstanding students here at MTHS, doing exceptional things every day. Here are a few of their recent achievements:
 

 
  • MTHS Athletes Head to State Competition

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/25/2017

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    Three track team athletes are going to State!  Brandon Bach in the javelin; Madison Sadler in the discus; and Matt Guardiano in the ambulatory 100 meters, javelin, discuss and shot put for para-athletes.  Good luck Hawks!
     
    Girls Softball earned the District 1/2 2A title.  They are now headed off to the two-day WIAA State Softball Tournament on May 26-27.
     
     Boys Soccer won the State quarterfinals, and moves to the final four in the state tournament.  They will play May 26th @ 8pm at Sunset Chev Stadium in Summer.
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  • MTHS Wins 'Battle of the Books'

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/25/2017

    Congratulations to our Battle of the Books Team, who brought home the 1st place trophy!

    MTHS Battle of the Books Team

    Eli Longacre, Amelia Jellison, Emillee Kirkman and Ava Olelas

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  • MTHS 'Zombie Prom" receives award from the 5th Avenue 2017 Theater Awards

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/24/2017

    MTHS drama department received an Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Group - Honorable Mention, The Motorwise Guys (Matt Correa and Flynn Thomas), Zombie Prom.  See the MLTNews article for more information.

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  • Senior Natu Abraham earns Rotary Club Inspiration Award

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/24/2017

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    Hawkeye article here.

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  • Junior, Bobby Stoyanov, soccer player, 2A Male WIAA Athlete of the week, May 9-15.

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/22/2017

    Junior, Bobby Stoyanov, soccer player, named 2A Male WIAA Athlete of the week, May 9-15.

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  • Jenna Maxfield, softball player, 2A Female WIAA Athlete of the week, May 1-8.

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/22/2017

    Freshman, Jenna Maxfield, softball player, was the 2A Female WIAA Athlete of the week, May 1-8. (MLTNews article)

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  • Congratulations to our April Students of the Month

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/9/2017

     

    Meeka Diaz and Adam Lorraine, Mountlake Terrace High School Students of the month for April

     

     

    Student Name: Adam Lorraine

    Mother's Name: Deena Lorraine

    GPA: 3.93

    Clubs & Activities: Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU), DECA, ASB, Honor Society, Link Leader, Rowdy Rooters.

    ASB: Senior Representative, Leadership.

    Athletics: Baseball, Tennis, Basketball (freshman and sophomore years), Macho Volleyball.

    Honors: 2015 First Team All Wesco Tennis; 2016 Second Team All Wesco Baseball; 2015 Junior Homecoming Prince; 2016 Senior Homecoming King; voted most spirited for senior class.

    Awards: Captain (tennis) - 2016; Captain (baseball) - 2016 and 2017; Most Inspirational (tennis) - 2016 Defensive MVP (baseball) - 2016; First Place in Washington State Fair STEM group project

    Community Service: Youth Migrant Project, Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball Camp, MTHS Food Bank.

    Significant School Project: My STEM group developed a Sock Donning Apparatus for the elderly and disabled.

    Current Employment: I am a basketball referee for the Washington Basketball Association.

    Future Educational Goals: I will attend the University of Washington in Seattle to major in business administration and sports marketing.

    Future Career Goals: I would like to become an athletics director for a major university.

    Anything else we should know? My classmates are amazing and make this school a great place.


    Student Name: Meeka Diaz

    Mother's Name: Vicki Lunsford Hartzog

    Father's Name: Thomas Diaz

    GPA: 3.3

    Clubs & Activities: Link Leader; TATU

    ASB: Cheer staff

    Athletics: Cheer

    Current Employment: Office assistant at the Edmonds Health & Wellness Clinic

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    Future Educational Goals: Attending Western Washington University

     

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  • Eight Hawks sign letters of intent to play their sport in college

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/3/2017

    Congratulations to the 8 athletes who have signed letters of intent to play their sport in college:

    • Carson Dallas, baseball, Pacific University (NCAA Division III)
    • Kira Doan, softball, Western Washington University (NCAA Division II)
    • Zack Kadri, football, Reedley College (CCCAA)
    • Katherine Gustafson, cross country and track, Gonzaga University (NCAA Division I)
    • Jared Maxfield, baseball, Bellevue College (NWAC)
    • Jessica Ong, cross country and track, University of San Diego (NCAA Division I)
    • Grace Roko, volleyball, Blue Mountain Community College (NWAC)
    • Braeden Sims, cross country and track, Western Washington University (NCAA Division II)

    See articles in the Hawkeye and MLTNews.

    Eight Hawk athletes sign their letters of intent to play their sport in college.

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  • American Association of University Women will recognize the STEM scholarship winner, Vesta Baumgartner, May 13th.

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 5/3/2017

    Congratulations Vesta!  See MLTNews article for details.

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  • Key Club Toiletry Drive a Huge Success!

    Posted by Sandra Merten at 4/27/2017

    Key Club finished their toiletry drive with a record breaking collection of 90 boxes, 14 healfty bags, and 170 personal packs. Thanks to anyone who helped in any way in making this a hugely successful event. See the article at MLTNew.com.

    Way to go Hawks!

     

     

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