Posted by Jeffrey Brennan on Jun 14, 2017
At our June 14th meeting, we honored three of our four Rotary Students of the Year.  Each student was selected by a group of our club members based on their accomplishments and a one page essay on how each will live up to the Rotary 4-Way Test.   Each student is recognized with a $3,000 scholarship.  Read on and find out about our Rotary Students of the year. 

Archbishop Murphy High School Rotary Student of the Year - Josh Masters

Our 2016-17 Rotary Student of the Year for Archbishop Murphy High School is Josh Masters.    Josh has a 3.89 cumulative GPA.  He is involved in the National Honor Society, School Ambassador and Varsity Basketball.  Josh was enrolled in several Advanced Placement courses and has worked part-time for Eagle Construction and Albertsons Grocery Store.  His hobbies include WWII History, Ultimate Frisbee and Drama. Jackson will be going to Gonzaga University and plans to major in engineering. Congratulations Josh!



Glacier Peak High School Rotary Student of the Year - Cristina Cameron

Our 2016-17 Rotary Student of the Year for Glacier Peak High School is Cristina Cameron.  Cristina has a 4.00 cumulative GPA, achieved while having attended 11 Advanced Placement courses! She is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, high school and extracurricular volleyball, high school tennis, church music worship team and is involved with the Seattle Children's Chorus.  She has also been a coach for youth volleyball and track and field. Cristina will be attending the University of Washington to study environmental science and terrestrial resource management  Congratulations Cristina!


Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center Rotary Student of the Year - Massangeh Kamara

Our 2016-17 Rotary Student of the Year for Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is Massangeh Kamara.  Massangeh is Vice President of both Sno-Isle Tech's and Lakewood High School's student body association.  She has maintained an A throughout the year.  She mentors fellow classmates in skills and curriculum areas.   Massangeh recognizes the importance of every member of the team in fostering the ability to get patient care completed safely and efficiently.  Massangeh will be pursuing a degree in nursing and has been accepted into Central Washington University, Seattle Pacific University and the University of Washington.   Congratulations Massangeh!