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Jack Carrick

Jack Carrick

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

Jack Carrick is known by many to be creative, artistic, and have a critical eye on shapes and buildings. He has loved to draw since he was young, before the age of 13 he had four art pieces in the Edmonds Arts Festival. At the age of 7 he began to draw cityscapes, which began his interest for architect...

Mackenzie Flood

Mackenzie Flood

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

Unknown to many, Mackenzie Flood is an incredible dancer. She began dancing at the age of 4, and has been dancing ever since. Attending Barclay Shelton Dance Centre since 10th grade, she “is loving every minute of it”. Flood participates in many types of dancing, including ballet, hip-hop, jazz an...

Gricelda Montes

Gricelda Montes

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

Gricelda Montes has been a highly involved student of Mountlake Terrace High School. She has participated in many school and extracurricular activities. At school, she is currently the president of the FCCLA club, the vice president of the Invisible Children club, and the secretary of the district Interhi...

Ben Winters & Britney Buxton

Ben Winters & Britney Buxton

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

Most graduating seniors view going to live on campus at college an extremely difficult transition. To Ben Winters and Brittany Buxton, that is novice. They have been living entirely on their own for the majority of their senior year. Aside from some child support funds and parental contributi...

Colby Larsen

Colby Larsen

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

A trip to the movie theater, for most, is simply a escape from the mundane routine of their everyday lives; a chance to tune out and immerse yourself in thoughtless action and an ecstasy of lights, color, and sound. Breaking the trend of drool-faced teen movie watchers is 18-year-old Colby Larson....

Navarre Kerr

Navarre Kerr

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

Three words sum up Navarre Kerr: Where to begin? With his plethora of extracurricular activities, it is hard to imagine how he can still find time for all of his schoolwork. Yet amidst his extreme involvement and advanced classes he is 13th in his graduating class with a cumulative GPA of 3.93. Thr...

Teryn Bouche

Teryn Bouche

By admin
June 15, 2010
Filed under Senior Features

The status of high school valedictorian is a pedestal few students ever achieve. Coupled with rigorous courses, numerous extra-curricular activities, and sports year round it is nearly unattainable. Teryn Bouche is among those elite few who have achieved the almost unfeasible. Bouche has been around the c...

The Mountlake Terrace Farmers Market

The Mountlake Terrace Farmers Market

By Hawkeye Staff
May 13, 2010
Filed under Feature

Two years ago, residents of Mountlake Terrace were given a survey on what they would like to see in their community; their No. 1 request was for a local farmers market. After two long and arduous years, their wish was finally granted. Buzzing with excitement and anticipation, fellow Mountlake Terrace ...

Terrace Turns 50

Terrace Turns 50

By Hawkeye Staff
September 9, 2009
Filed under Feature

This school year marks Mountlake Terrace High School’s 50th anniversary. Fromdeaths to national championships, from international trips to a Homecoming assembly riot, Terrace has been through quite a lot. Even the campus itself went from falling apart to a “new state of the art school” 18 yea...

Free Seattle Activities

Free Seattle Activities

By Kayla Cooper
June 10, 2009
Filed under Feature

Summer in Seattle is possibly the best time of year. Most people know about the obvious beaches and summer spots, but why not do something different this summer? Better yet, how about doing something that is not only different, but also free? That’s right, here are four places around the Seattle...

More Ways to Pay for College

More Ways to Pay for College

By Ruth Reeber
March 21, 2008
Filed under Feature

Hypothetical Bob is back, and this time he’s received his acceptance letter from his first choice school! Unfortunately, he was a bit lazy and forgetful and didn’t apply for many scholarships, and won’t be getting much financial aid from the government. What now? Well, Bob still has quite a few...

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