The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye

The student news site of Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

The Hawkeye


Updated bell schedules leave students in a scramble

By Lucas Barquin, Op/Ed Editor
September 28, 2023

This past school year, the Edmonds School District (ESD) dealt with many changes. Budget cuts the update of the district’s freedom of expression policy, and one of the biggest...

Summer movies that blew up the internet

Summer movies that blew up the internet

By Lucas Barquin, Op/Ed Editor
September 10, 2023

Two movies hit theaters on Jul. 21, 2023, causing massive global uproar, sparking change, and ultimately changing the way many of its audience members think. What initially caught...

  🏆 Seras Top Photo  🏆Each time we publish a new issue of The Hawkeye , I will share one of my favorite photos taken in this space.

Letter from the Editors: End of an era, start of a season

Why hello there, Hawks! You may be noticing that I am not Irish or Eritrean. I have locked the past co-editor in chiefs in room 130 where they will be stuck forever. No, I’m...

A high spirited student repping MTHS, two less enthusiastic students behind her

We’ve got spirit, yes we do! Or… do we really?

By Charli Gilchrist, General Staff
May 12, 2023

No matter where you are in the school, you can step out of a classroom and find the walls littered with posters trying to engage students in spirit weeks, sports, and events, to...

Student looking frazzled, surrounded by thoughts of schoolwork and failing

Testing is Detrimental to Students’ Mental Health

By Lucas Barquin, General Staff
May 9, 2023

As we get closer to testing season, a lot of students are experiencing higher levels of anxiety. This can affect their everyday lives, including students' physical, mental and...

Principal Greg Schellenberg giving a speech at the winter assembly while senior Ryan Daly intently listens.

After six exciting years, Greg Schellenberg says goodbye to Terrace

By Greg Schellenberg, MTHS principal
May 5, 2023

It is with mixed feelings that I am writing this letter for Hawkeye as a goodbye to MTHS. In truth, it is far too early for farewells and goodbyes as the majority of the 4th quarter...

Letter from the editor: One final farewell

By Cecilia Negash and Maggie O
May 3, 2023

Hey there Hawks, your co-editors-in-chief Cecilia Negash and Maggie O’Hara are writing to you live from the Hawkeye room, drowning in our empty monster cans, teary-eyed, because...

Student looking quite scared, an unknown shadow standing behind them

The Actions of One Does Not Speak for All

By Lucas Barquin, General Staff
May 1, 2023

A mass shooting at a Nashville school on March 27, ended with six people, including three students all age 9, being killed. The shooter, 28-year-old Aiden Hale, was fatally shot...

Junior Jesse Guasch reading his letter to the school board which addresses effects the budget cuts would have on school social workers and students mental health.

Letter to the School Board

By Jesse Guasch, MTHS junior
April 29, 2023

My name is Jesse Guasch, I’m a current junior at Mountlake Terrace High School. Although there are many other issues I would like to shine a light on at the moment, such as the...

When the Real Crime is Death Row

When the Real Crime is Death Row

By Kaitlyn Miller, Op/Ed Editor
April 20, 2023

Death row is the sentence reserved for the worst of the worst. Murder, kidnapping, treason. With a sentence so harsh and insuperable, the justice system couldn’t make the mistake...

By Rodney Budden

Running start into your career

By Arabella Devera, Tempo Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 9, 2023

Imagine being a college student at 16. It can be intimidating, like having to be a grown-up without actually being a grown-up. But it also offers the opportunity to start moving...

By Charli Gilchrist

What a country without Roe v. Wade means for the Future

By Lucas Barquin , Hawkeye Staff
March 5, 2023

Living in a post Roe v. Wade world, many people – particularly minorities – are scared for what the future may hold.  On Friday, June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned...

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