Jared Davis of Bothell was named to the fall 2016 honor roll list at Spokane Falls Community College. To receive honor roll status, students must earn a 3.0 grade point average or higher. The honor roll lists for Graceland University’s 2016 fall term have been announced, and Sarah Slayton of Woodinville, Wash., has been named to the honors list.
Mikaela Gallagher of Woodinville was among some 2,270 students at the University of Alabama who were awarded degrees during winter commencement Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016. Gallagher received a bachelor’s degree.
Leah Turner, Syracuse University-Whitman School of Management. Resident of Woodinville. Graduated from LWHS.
Zachary Paulsen of Woodinville has been named to the Champlain College dean’s list for the fall 2016 semester.
Center for Student Action
Azusa Pacific University students served in ministry through the Center for Student Action during the fall semester.
Duncan Shaffer of Woodinville
Kelly Luxem of Bothell
Forbes 30 Under 30
Woodinville High School graduate Jake Stone was recognized by Forbes as 30 Under 30 in Sports Industry.
Stone secures strategic digital partnerships with the likes of the NFL, PGA Tour, NASCAR and FOX Sports. Working directly with these partners, he establishes strategies for the monetization of sports rights, distribution platforms and fan engagement tools on web, mobile and virtual reality mediums.
Eastside Catholic Sophomore Invited to play violin in the 5th Avenue Theatre’s Rising Star Project, The Pajama Game
Sophomore Landon Halverson from Woodinville has been invited to be a part of the 5th Avenue Theatre’s Rising Star Project, The Pajama Game, as a violinist in the orchestra pit.
This opportunity is offered to 100 select high school students across the state to work with actors and staff while shadowing the 5th Avenue Theatre’s professional production of The Pajama Game. The students will then participate in their own performance of the play on March 17-18.
Leota Junior High 8th grader Salvatore Collora, 13, has been nominated and selected by Sno-King Hockey Association to participate in the 2017 Pacific Northwest Amateur Hockey Development Camp which will be held in Wenatchee on January 28 & 29. He has also participated in school track & field, tennis and basketball. A few years ago, after tryouts for Woodinville Select Basketball, he had to make a choice between basketball and ice hockey. He decided to forfeit his spot at the Woodinville Select Basketball travel team because of his true passion for ice hockey.
He is currently playing for Sno-King Bantam A1 team and won 2nd place (out of 12 teams) in Bantam AAA division at the well known 2017 Pat Quinn Classic at Burnaby, British Columbia.