School briefs

Students can study abroad

Qualified high school students are invited to spend an academic year

or summer in Europe, Asia, North and South America, New Zealand,

Australia or South Africa as part of the World Heritage exchange program.

Students ages 15 to 18 years old are eligible and will be chosen

based on their academic performance, character references and desire to

experience life abroad with a volunteer host family.

World Heritage also provides opportunities for families to host

international students who will attend the local high school for an academic year.

For more information, call Keith at (206) 726-9230 or Mary at

(800) 888-9040.

Valley knows Who's Who

A total of 75 students from the Valley are included in the 33rd

Annual Edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students.

Who's Who is the largest recognition program and publication in

the nation honoring high-achieving students. Students are nominated

by school officials, youth groups, churches and educational

organizations. The nomination is based upon the students' academic

achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities.

Traditionally, 99 percent of Who's Who students have a gpa of "B"

or higher and 97 percent are college bound.

The local students are:

Zebulon Clinton, Morgan Henley, Sara Stevens, Sara

Vanderwoude, Cristina Cortez, Joseph Neilson,

Tessa Turney, and Monica Witt of Carnation.

Briana Armstrong, Joshua Barbour, Del Brammer, Ryan

Frey, Natalie Hendricks, Casi Lee, Ryan Matthews, Jennifer Oakes,

Joshua Trick, Michael Armstrong, Rachael Barksdale, Christina Clouse,

Aaron Grobman, Aimee Hern, David Leyba, Stefani Moinette, Dean

Runolfson, and Ashley Von Tobel of Duvall.

Josephine Aggenbach, Jeffrey Beckmann, Mike Macrae,

Erin Seibold, Emily Verbon, Malia Arenth, David Butler, Christine Pekara,

Sean Trettel, and Nicholas White of Fall City.

Aimee Aikin, Dan Barry, Chris Bourland, Craig Campbell,

Benjamin Eaton, Megan Fenton, Angelina Herin, Coen Laatsch, Samuel McBee,

Lisa Middaugh, Delacy Nichols, Jesse Perrell, Sarah Randleman,

Jason Arriaga, Anthony Berg, Jonathan Brown, Rita Danielson, Sean

Fallows, Cora Hensley, Amy Hyatt, Ben Lavalleur, Jedadiah McDaniels,

Crystal Miller, Ariah Nobe, Jessii Raisio, Christa Reed, Holly Thompson,

and Payton Thompson of North Bend.

Crystal Campbell, Susan Geiermann, Tholo Johnson,

Gavin Neyland, Cortney Schuller, Nicole Stevenson, Solveig Garhart,

Christina Hoover, Rebecca Jordan, Christy Roeber, and Jamy Stensland

of Snoqualmie.

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