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From a girl in STEM to a woman in design

Kerensa Suzara
By Phuong Lam, Hawkeye Staff July 15, 2022

Kerensa Suzara, who describes herself as “charismatic, sentimental and driven,” was not only MTHS’s Big 6 president her senior year, but also a member of the Technology Student Association, or TSA,...

Ainsley Ward hitting a tennis ball on the courts behind MTHS.

This future healer serves up aces on the court

Ainsley Ward
By Phuong Lam and Maggie O'Hara June 16, 2022

When senior Ainsley Ward first came to Terrace, she had about as much of an idea of what to do and who she was as any other freshman. “I had no clue as to who I really was,” Ward said. “I was shy,...

Beth Cohn stands on a platform with their hands on their hips as Elle Woods, the main character in Terraces production of Legally Blonde

Cohn cheered on the hawks, then took center stage

Beth Cohn
By Mika Raring, Hawkeye Staff June 16, 2022

From coming to Terrace as a freshman in 2018 to now, senior Beth Cohn has been seen all around the school in different clubs, sports and even more activities. Since freshman year they have been involved...

STEM students compete in online TSA State Conference

STEM students compete in online TSA State Conference

By Lin Miyamoto, TEMPO Editor & Data Manager April 3, 2020

Many Mountlake Terrace High School STEM students participated in the 2020 Washington Technology Student (WTSA) Conference held remotely from March 18 to March 21. The conference took place despite mandated...

Terrace’s own rocketeer

By Nina Otebele, Outreach Manager June 22, 2019

Some people believe that high school doesn’t help individuals grow and learn more about the world around them, but this is certainly not the case for Austin Thiessen. From being a shy and   introverted...

Chea paves the way for TSA

By Nico Francois, Co-Editor-In-Chief and Graphics Editor June 19, 2019

If it weren’t for his dad, senior Reiden Chea would have never come to MTHS. Chea made the decision in eighth grade to go to Edmonds-Woodway for the International Baccalaureate program, but it was his...

The hidden program pathways

The hidden program pathways

Students have more career-based education options outside of STEM than they think.
By Nina Otebele, Outreach Manager October 19, 2018

What makes each high school in the Edmonds School District (ESD) unique? Edmonds Woodway has the International Baccalaureate program, Meadowdale focuses on art and music, Scriber Lake is an alternative...

Senior Hana Abay waters plants in the greenhouse as part of Eco Club. Among the plants she grows at the school are tomatoes, echinacea and bachelor’s buttons.

Sowing the seeds of success

By Nhung Lam, Graphics Editor June 18, 2018

Hana Abay will be ending her year at MTHS as a Hawk, leaving her legacy and spreading her wings, moving onto the next biggest step in life. In her four years of being a Hawk, she has not only achieved...

Together like berries on a bush

Together like berries on a bush

By Annika Prom, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 18, 2018

While they’re not offended by the common question they receive, seniors Nina and Ryan Berry would like to clarify: They’re cousins, not siblings. If they weren’t cousins, they both agree they could...

A veteran of school music activities, senior Tunny Parrish plays the vibraphone in  fth period percussion ensemble. Parrish has participated in school musicals, the pep band, and the drumline.

Transcendence

By Nolan DeGarlais, Editor-in-Chief June 18, 2018

Tunny Parrish has been many things. Not only has he been a member of STEM leadership, the drumline and the percussion ensemble, but he has also been an active member in the MTHS drama department and National...

Wheels up for Wellesley

By Nhung Lam, Graphics Editor June 15, 2018

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...

Pyke stands and solos at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Competition and Festival in New York City, where he would later lead the section to an Outstanding Award.

From New York to new discoveries

By Ciara Laney, Hawkeye Staff June 14, 2018

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...

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