Edmonds-area high school students of the month

Edmonds-Woodway High
Student Name: Dylan G. Bratz
Mom’s name: Leona Bratz
Dad’s name: David Bratz
GPA: 3.9
Clubs and Activities: Hi-Q Academic Team, Math Club, National Honor Society
ASB: ASB Technology Officer, Junior Class Appointed Officer, Sophomore Class President, Freshman Class Treasurer, District Interhigh Representative (junior and senior year), Blood Drive Student Coordinator at Edmonds-Woodway High School; participated in annual food, toy, and various charitable drives.
Athletics: Track and Field (spring ’09-’11), Cross Country (fall ’09), recreational basketball (winter ’09-’11), downhill skiing.
Honors: National Honor Society
Awards: Outstanding Achievement in International Baccalaureate Spanish, 4 H
Community Service: Volunteer counselor at week-long MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association) summer camp for youth with muscular dystrophy (’10 and ’11), volunteer at Snohomish County Legal Services (legal aid agency) annual auction (’09-’11), Rock and Read Marathon at Edmonds Bookstore (’11), volunteered with Horizon House (week at senior assisted housing) and at Carkeek Park in Seattle through YVC (Youth Volunteer Corps) during summer ’09, Book Buddies with Mountlake Terrace Library (summer ’10), volunteer scorekeeper for youth basketball and baseball (’09-’11), hosted an Australian student for foreign exchange program (’11).
Culminating Project: Instead of a Culminating Project, I am doing a Chemistry Extended Essay for IB.
Future Educational Goals: I hope to go to a nationally renowned university or liberal arts college, and during my time there, I plan to major in biochemistry or something related to math and science. Looking ahead more than four years, I hope to enroll in medical school so that I can officially begin my trek towards becoming a doctor.
Future Career Goals: Currently, I would like to be a doctor or work in the field of medicine for my career. I have been interested in mathematics and science since I was quite young and I am motivated to make a positive difference in my community and the world. I believe community service is very important in terms of improving the situations of others. My experience volunteering as a camp counselor at the muscular dystrophy camp inspired me to want to go into pediatrics to improve lives of children in a tangible, meaningful way.
Student Name: Marissa Guyton
Mother’s name: Miyo (Tina) Guyton
Father’s name: Brian Guyton
GPA: 3.52
Clubs and Activities: I would love to join environmental club or DECA once homecoming preparation is over.
ASB: I am Senior Class President, and I help my class with homecoming, prom and graduation, as well as fulfilling my responsibility as a leader to help others.
Athletics: I was on swim team my sophomore year.
Honors: I took Honors Biology my freshman year, as well as taking Honors History my sophomore year. I also took IB Anatomy, AP Photography, and Running Start classes as a junior.
Awards: I was awarded to be student of the month this month, and I was awarded most improved in swimming.
Community Service: I love to volunteer as camp counselor for summer church activities as well as a camp counselor for the elementary school on their annual trip to “Outdoor School.” I was also able to help raise money for my senior class by volunteering at Husky Stadium.
Future Education Goals: I would love to either attend University of Puget Sound, PLU, SPU, SU, or Western Washington University.
Future Career Goals: My future career goals are to either become a conservation scientist, or become a high school counselor. I would want to become a high school counselor because I would love to help students the way that my counselor was able to help me throughout high school and I feel that it would be a very suitable career choice and would put my organization skills to good use. The other option is to become a conservation scientist because I would want to pursue a career that would further help to protect what we have left of the world.
Anything Else? I love to organize and to constantly keep myself busy working on things that I need to do, or to help someone else with something they may need.
Meadowdale High
Student Name: Mason Fraker
Mother’s Name: Tracy Fraker
Father’s Name: Richard Fraker
GPA: 3.73
Clubs and Activities: German Club, Impressions Jazz Choir, Edmonds Police Explorers
Athletics: Track and Field
Honors: AP Scholar
Community Service: Police Explorers volunteer with community events such as the Edmonds Arts Festival, the Taste of Edmonds, and many others. Our responsibilities range from overnight security to simply directing traffic.
Future Educational Goal: Western Washington University
Future Career Goal: To be a history teacher
Student Name: Jade Perry
Mother’s Name: Kathy Perry
Father’s Name: Darryl Perry
Clubs & Activities: Impressions vocal jazz 1
Athletics: Cheer
Awards: Outstanding Musicianship awards
Culminating Project: Hosting a jazz festival
Future Educational Goals: Get my degree in business.
Career Goals: Open a hair salon.

Scriber Lake High

Student Name: Elisha McCabe
Father’s Name: Al McCabe
Clubs & Activities: Sno-Isle for Culinary Arts
ASB: Has served on the community events committee
Athletics: Has done numerous sports including soccer, swimming and many others
Awards: Awards for academic achievement in all subjects
Community Service: Has helped run clothing drives, food drives, toy drives for children
Culminating Project: Is investigating a project centered on nutritional cooking
Current Employment: Has worked as a caregiver for several different children who have special needs and has worked as a silk screener
Future Educational Goals: Aiming for college in which she can do culinary arts and nutrition
Future Career Goals: Nutritional chef
Anything else we should know? Elisha has reached out to her community in a number of ways for many years. She participates in activities that make the world a better place. She is motivated by the opportunities she is given and the chance to help other people reach their goals. Her motto is “pay it forward” — she aspires to positively impact the lives of those around her.
Student Name: Zackary Morgan
Mother’s Name: Jane Morgan
Father’s Name: Dave Morgan
Clubs & Activities: Daily basketball, cooks at home
Honors: Evergreen Boys State
Awards: STARS Award for excellent behavior and attitude, has won the attendance award every year he has been at Scriber Lake HS
Culminating Project: Is investigating the possibility of making a wind turbine to help power the school.
Future Current Employment: Has worked mowing lawns
Future Educational Goals: Military training
Future Career Goals: Nuclear engineering
Anything else we should know? Zack is a great guy, very solid and dependable. Scriber Lake HS is lucky to have him.

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