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Brager honor: Gregory Brager of Arlington was chosen to attend the College of Engineering at the University of Idaho 2006 Junior Engineering, Math and Science Summer Workshop.

Graduates: Students who recently graduated from colleges and universities include:

California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, Calif.: Clara Lindstrom, Everett.

Whitman College, Walla Walla: Meagan Reed and Jordan Kline, Bothell; Hans Otterson and Matthew Warren, Everett; Amanda McLean, Edmonds; Nathaniel Johnson, Mukilteo; Michael Pinkham and John Hubenthal, Stanwood; Walker Malling and Julia Beers, Brier; Shelby Campbell, Snohomish; John Compton, Lynnwood.

Gonzaga University, Spokane: Richard Ford, Arlington; Laura Koewler, Bothell; Emily Fankhauser, Everett; Shannan Stoll, Mill Creek; Anne Bailey and David Freeburg, Snohomish.

Grove City College, Grove City, Pa.: Kristin Aljets, Everett.

Boston University, Boston, Mass.: Peggy Poon, Mukilteo; Nickolas Bohl and Felix Nautsch, Everett; Paul Goodman and Hailly Butler, Edmonds.

Dean’s List: Students on college and university deans’ lists include:

Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio: Christine Cooper, Stanwood.

Gonzaga University, Spokane: Jonathan Jensen, Lake Stevens; Laura Koewler, Bothell; Emily Fankhauser, Jessalyn Uchaca and Stephanie Hatchell, Everett; Brent McCann, Marysville; John Huggins, Mukilteo; Anne Bailey, Snohomish.

Grove City College, Grove City, Pa.: Adam Aljets, Kristin Aljets, Everett.

Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho: Nicholas Brigman, Everett.

President’s List: Erin Clarkson, Mukilteo, is on the President’s List at Cottey College, Nevada, Mo.

Scholarships: Students who recently received scholarships include:

Robin Azus and Kerice Doten, Kamiak High School; Micaela Katz, Michelle Mak, Joey Dang and Christopher Jamieson, Cascade High School; $1,500, Fluke Corporation.

Christina Koch, Lake Stevens, $500 Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) scholarship, Western Washington University, Bellingham.

Karis Litwin, daughter of Steve and Tana Litwin, Master’s Touch Christian School, two-year, $1,500 President’s Scholarship, Western Washington University, Bellingham.

Katelyn Greve, daughter of Mark and Sally Greve, Marysville-Pilchuck High School, $500 President’s Scholarship, Western Washington University, Bellingham.

Joshua Banal, son of Jun and Fe Banal of Arlington, Marysville-Pilchuck High School, $1,000 Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) scholarship, Western Washington University, Bellingham.

Susan Cederholm, daughter of Erve Chambers and Claudia Barrett, $500 John Bullman Memorial Scholarship, Western Washington University, Bellingham.

Brenda Thorsen, a school nurse in the Mukilteo School District and second-year master’s student at the University of Washington, received a Washington State Nurses Foundation Scholarship; a Carol Hoffman Scholarship from the School Nurse Organization of Washington; and a Promise of Nursing for Washington Regional Faculty Fellowship from the Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association.

Thorsen honors: Bjorn Thorsen, Kamiak High School, will attend the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., and study biochemistry.

Bjorn received Outstanding Academic Achievement, Western Conference for Outstanding Academic Achievement and Lamp of Knowledge honors, was a member of the honor society and received a certificate of achievement from the Mathematical Association of America 2006 American Mathematics Competiton.

Alumni scholarships: Edmonds School District students from the class of 2006 recently received scholarships from the Edmonds School District Alumni Association.

Supported by donations from graduates and friends of the state’s ninth-largest school district, the alumni association has provided more than $100,000 in scholarships to graduating students over the last decade.

This year’s recipients, along with the schools they plan to attend and their planned courses of study, are:

The Barbara Escandon Memorial Scholarship for Teaching: Ruth Asgedom, Meadowdale High School (University of Washington; post-secondary and special education).

The Anna E. Sambataro Memorial Fine Arts Scholarship: Ashley Kamacho, Mountlake Terrace High School (Shoreline Community College; art degree).

Vocational Technical Scholarships: Melissa Bjorland, Scriber Lake High School (Edmonds Community College; veterinary medicine); Michael Brady, Scriber Lake High School (Lake Washington Technical College; power equipment, marine, and motorcycle technician program); Ashley Longnickel, Scriber Lake High School (Lake Washington Technical College; dental assisting program); Karen Ocampo, Mountlake Terrace High School (Edmonds Community College; culinary arts); Samantha Scott, Scriber Lake High School (Shoreline Community College; criminal justice).

The Manchester Family Scholarships: Angela Jones, Scriber Lake High School (Edmonds Community College; education); Elizabeth McClintock, Edmonds-Woodway High School (North Park University in Chicago; business and psychology); Douglas (Randy) Noble, Scriber Lake High School (Shoreline Community College; criminal justice); Marina Pita, Edmonds-Woodway High School (University of Washington; Latin American studies and literature).

The Brier Realty Inc. Business Scholarships for Mountlake Terrace High School students: Jillian Russell (University of Washington; business) and Carly Wheat (a state university; business and accounting).

The Zimmerman, Nelson, Mountlake Terrace High School Scholarships: Stephanie Bunyan (Eastern Washington University; communications); Katie Jacobson (Central Washington University; music performance); Alexander Lindsay (University of Washington; chemical engineering).

The Edmonds School District Alumni Association General Scholarships: Dimitar Anguelov, Lynnwood High School (University of Washington; international relations); Chloe Beardsley, Meadowdale High School (University of Washington; broadcast journalism); Blair Bennett, Edmonds-Woodway High School (Shoreline Community College; general studies – law school); Cory Kildare, Meadowdale High School (Central Washington University; elementary education); Kaleigh Overdick, Lynnwood High School (Shoreline Community College; business and performing arts); Dillan Stenson, Lynnwood High School (University of Washington; molecular biology).

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