Northwest NEWS

June 7, 1999

School

Northshore will graduate 1,400

Northshore high schools will graduate approximately 1,407 students at the Kingdome this month.

   The Bothell High School ceremony is Wednesday, June 16 at 7:30 p.m.; Inglemoor's graduation will be held Thursday, June 17 at 7 p.m.; Woodinville High School's ceremony is Tuesday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m.

   Bothell High has 511 members of the class of 1999. The nine valedictorians are: Jessica Lee Cantelon, Jeffrey Stewart Dunn, Blake Robert Herbison, Sarah Katharine King, Ann Marie McDonald, Jennifer Kaye Onustack, Lindsey Rae Orsinger, Christopher Elliott Pearson, and Jared David Wilkin. The salutatorian is Tarilyn Erin Isenhart. The commencement speaker will be Micael Bogar.

   Inglemoor High School has 489 members of the class of 1999. The 10 valedictorians are: Julie Fu, Marcie Garrity, Jenifer Genshock, Julie Hourigan, Paige Nelson, Jean Shi, Alpana Waghmare, Sarah Watrous, William White, Sophia Yen. The salutatorian is Nu-Anh Tran. The commencement speakers will be--Student choice: Matt Brown; Faculty Choice: Alexandra Little; Faculty Speaker: Clint Madis.

   Woodinville High School has 407 members of the class of 1999. The valedictorian is Stephen Gregory Huseman. The salutatorian is Sara Anne Zier. The commencement speakers will be--Faculty Choice: Sara Anne Zier; Student Choice: Sina Kevin Nazemi.

Secondary Alternative School (SAS)

   A graduation celebration will be held in the W.A. Anderson cafeteria on June 10 at 7 p.m. to honor students who have completed their high school studies through the Secondary Alternative School in Bothell. The student speakers will be Dustin Adams and Curt Cheever. SAS seniors will receive their diplomas through Bothell, Inglemoor, or Woodinville high schools.