The Hawkeye

  • Seniors: Graduation will be this Saturday, June 16th, 7pm, at Edmonds Stadium

  • After school activities will operate as planned on June 7 after determining threat to be hoax

  • MTHS entered total, then modified lockdown status after rumors of a threat of violence

Wheels up for Wellesley

By Nhung Lam, Hawkeye Staff

June 15, 2018


Filed under Feature, Lifestyle, Senior Features

As a member of the 2018 graduating class, Karen Benson will be leaving MTHS with a powerful message to students, traveling 3000 miles to the next big step in her life. Throughout her four years as a Hawk, Benson has been recognized multiple times for her academic excellence and has been very involved...

From New York to new discoveries

From New York to new discoveries

By Ciara Laney, Photo Co-Editor

June 14, 2018


Filed under Feature, Senior Features

Senior Ethan Pyke is the lead trombone player in Jazz 1 and also a prominent student in the computer science pathway in STEM at MTHS. “I like to incorporate music and STEM together which is something that not many people do,” Pyke said. Childhood Impacts Growing up, Pyke’s family had lots ...

DeVine blasts past the finish line

DeVine blasts past the finish line

By Ben Savell, Outreach Manager

June 14, 2018


Filed under Feature, Featured Stories, Lifestyle, Teacher Feature

Aerospace teacher Craig DeVine will be retiring after 18 years at Mountlake Terrace High School. Over his time teaching, he has overseen the MTHS Robotics Club and guided the STEM Leadership into the organizations they are today. DeVine graduated from Washington State University and planned to be...

TSA takes home honors from regional competitions

TSA takes home honors from regional competitions

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

January 31, 2018


Filed under News, School News, STEM, Technology, TSA

The MTHS Technology Student Association (TSA) hosted their first regional competition on Saturday, Jan. 13 at MTHS. Students from five schools inside and outside of the district competed in events at the competition, with 11 MTHS students taking top three positions. The event featured competitions in Ex...

First national win for TSA

First national win for TSA

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

September 22, 2017


Filed under Feature, School News, STEM, Technology, TSA

Members of the MTHS Technology Student Association (TSA) attended the 2017 National TSA Conference at the Rosen Shingle Creek hotel in Orlando, Florida from June 21-25. Eight sophomores and three freshmen during the 2016-17 school year, accompanied by advisors James Wilson and Mark Burbank, competed...

Inslee visits MTHS STEM, jazz, journalism

Inslee visits MTHS STEM, jazz, journalism

By Samantha Svikel, Hawkeye Staff

May 1, 2017


Filed under Breaking News, Jazz, News, School News, STEM

Washington state Governor Jay Inslee visited MTHS Friday, at about 1:45 p.m. He first arrived in the STEM hallway as seniors Elizabeth Jurgensen and Natu Abraham were his tour guides during the visit. His first presentation introduced the STEM program and the pathways that are included. Engine...

Recognized biologist, nuclear scientist visits to recruit for summer workshop

Recognized biologist, nuclear scientist visits to recruit for summer workshop

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor

April 14, 2017


Filed under Education, News, School News, STEM

Recognized biologist and nuclear scientist Manoj Pratim Samanta, who received his Ph.D. in Electrical engineering visited MTHS during PASS today to speak with STEM students about share information about his workshop this summer. The workshop, Coding for Medicine, will be held at Bellevue College in ...

Robotics auction raises $12,500

Robotics auction raises $12,500

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Online Manager

November 10, 2016


Filed under A&E, STEM, Technology

Four robotics teams and their friends and family came together at Edmonds Community College for the 10th annual Robotics Family Festival and Fundraiser on Saturday, November 5th. The robotics teams of Edmonds Heights K-12, Mountlake Terrace High School, Lynwood High School and Edmonds Woodway ...

Using STEM to launch her future

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Hawkeye staff

June 14, 2016


Filed under Feature, Senior Features, Special Edition

In 8th grade, Sarah Rose faced a crossroad – go to Edmonds Woodway High School (EWHS) where all of her fellow classmates from Madrona were headed, or to MTHS? EWHS had the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, but MTHS was closer to where she lived. She heard about the STEM program at MTHS and t...

The many sided man

By AsiaLee Donnelly, Hawkeye staff

June 12, 2015


Filed under Feature, Multimedia, Senior Features

“So, what don’t you do?” is probably the question that comes to mind when you talk to a guy like Collin Rhodes. A man of many talents, Rhodes has explored a broad array of activities. He has been a member of the tennis team, an Advanced Placement (AP) and STEM student, a devout member in his church a...

Letter to the editor: You don’t need to be a genius to be in STEM

By Nicolas Wolff-Gee, Freshman

March 17, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

A Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) class offers something you can experience almost nowhere else. Students are offered a large number of new opportunities, this gives them a chance to break out of their comfort zone and try something new. It doesn’t matter if a student takes robotic...

Letter to the editor: STEM in the new age

By Ryan Dunne, Sophomore

March 17, 2015


Filed under Op/Ed

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) classes are very powerful and important for our future, and will produce tomorrow’s geniuses. I think that STEM classes teach important skills that everyone should know. The difference between advanced math classes, other advanced science classes ...

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