Northshore recognizes students for excellence and achievement
More than 50 students were recognized by the Northshore School Board May 28 for distinctive performance and excellence in specific fields.
Northshore Foundation awards scholarships
The Northshore Scholarship Foundation presented over $33,000 in scholarship awards to local youths at a ceremony May 22. Forty awards were presented to students from Bothell, Woodinville, and Inglemoor High Schools.
WHS music department brings home awards
The Woodinville High School Music Department, under the direction of Jim Rice (bands and orchestra) and Steve Stevens (choirs) recently won multiple awards at the Heritage International Music Festival in Vancouver, B.C.
County Council honors students
Outstanding high school students who rank in the top one percent of their graduating class were honored by the King County Council at its "Student Scholar Celebration."
Baccalaureate Service for WHS
The Class of 1996 graduates, their families, friends, and the community are invited to attend the 1996 Baccalaureate Service to honor the graduating seniors, June 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Woodinville Alliance Church.
Siblings win international competition
Joe Ravenel and his sister Lisa, both home-schooled students from Woodinville, have been named winners from among 5,000 entries in the "World Adventure Challenge with Carmen Sandiego," an international geography essay competition.
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