Thursday, June 4, 2015

High School Happenings - Week of June 1st

Head of School's List for Trimesters 1 & 2 Distributed

At the end of this year's Awards Assembly, students were invited to pick up a copy of the Head of School's lists, which lists the students who achieved a GPA of 3.75-4.0. This impressive group of students can be very proud of their academic accomplishments. The list for Trimester 3 will be compiled later.

Student Government Election Results Are In!

Student Government finished up the Executive Board elections with amazing candidate speeches today. The Student Government 2015-16 Executive Board is:
President, Jade Murphy '16
Vice-President, Carolyn Price '17
Secretary, Emily Sullivan '18
Treasurer, Rebecca Stevens '16
Please congratulate them, as well as Brianna Griep, Jordan Macklin, Ari Wilson and Daniel Wu on a  job well done. Class elections will take place when school resumes in the fall.
Rebecca Stevens is sworn in as Treasurer by outgoing President, Davis Huffman.

Emily Sullivan is sworn in as Secretary by outgoing VP, Madison Moore

Madison swears in Carolyn Price as Vice President

At the podium, newly elected President, Jade Murphy, recognizes the outgoing Student Government officers

The Class of 2015 - who they are and their plans

  • Zacheria Beydoun: Colby College, Aptos, CA - business entrepreneurship
  • David Caminos: Kaua‘i Community College, with plans to transfer to University of Hawai‘i, Hilo - fire science
  • Kira Catlin: Adams State University, Alamosa, CO - metalworks  & jewelry, art history
  • Ian Cowden: accepted at University of Colorado at Denver, is taking a Gap Year - music business
  • Allison Culliney: Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA - geoscience or engineering
  • Kaitlin Davidson: Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA - biology or environmental engineering
  • Shawna Dinnan: Kaua‘i Community College - culinary arts & business management
  • Jacob Dysinger: Emerson College, Boston, MA - film
  • Genevieve Foster: Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA - journalism or communications
  • Stephen Foster: Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR - education
  • Moeko Fukada: Soka University of America, Aliso Viejo, CA - behavioral sciences, medical school
  • Francis Green: Grande Sports Academy, Phoenix, AZ - soccer, business management
  • Madison Gregor: University of San Diego, San Diego, CA - business, economics, finance, biochemistry, neuroscience and possibly medical school
  • Khayman Hamilton: Utah Valley University, Orem, UT- aviation
  • David Harris: University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa - computer engineering
  • Whitney Hay: American University of Paris, then University of Southern California, Los Angeles - international business, French
  • Amber Hopkins: Chapman University, Orange, CA - psychology, foreign languages
  • Davis Huffman: Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA - engineering
  • Imara Joroff: Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY - management & business, psychology
  • Micah Kimi: Utah Valley University, Orem, UT - aviation
  • Ashley Larkin: University of Colorado, Boulder - international relations, political science,  business, economics
  • Michael Miller: California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA- exercise science, piano performance, aviation
  • Madison Moore: California State University, Long Beach, CA - mathematics, soccer
  • James Papa: Kaua‘i Community College - Hawaiian Studies
  • Ally Pascual: California Polyechnic State University, San Louis Obispo, CA - pre-med, kinesiology
  • Kyle Riddle: University of Colorado, Boulder - mechanical engineering
  •  Carlei Rutt: will take a gap year - photography, film, graphic arts
  • Adam Sclafani: University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada - mechanical engineering and aviation
  • Deanna Sloger: Simpson University, Redding, CA - biology & outdoor leadership
  • Hannah Stone: Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, CA  - interior design
  • Whitney Summerhays: Brigham Young University, Provo, UT - political science and law
  • Autumn Warnock: Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT - international politics & economics, global studies & philosophy