Students of the Month

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  • Monday, March 3, 2008 9:57am

The following Archbishop Murphy High School students are students of the month for the Mill Creek Rotary.


Brenna Rice

Brenna Rice is one of the friendliest students on campus. She is one of those students who always takes the time to say hello. She is a very focused young woman, who is one of the most spirited members of the senior class. Brenna is an outstanding athlete, and has played soccer since she was 4 years old.

Among her other courses, Brenna is taking Advanced Placement Statistics. She has played soccer all four years at Archbishop Murphy and also has been an outstanding member of the track team. She is a talented artist and has earned the outstanding art student award at AMHS. She designed the program cover for this year’s alumni concert. She has traveled to San Diego, New York and Hawaii for soccer.

She volunteered at Murphy’s Corner Physical Therapy last year and hopes to pursue a career that encompasses her two passions: helping others and sports.


Michele Linscott

Michele Linscott has received first honors ever since her freshman year. She is a member of the Matteo Ricci Program at AMHS, where she will earn college credits from her classes. In addition to her Matteo Ricci courses, she is taking Spanish 4, and took math and science all four years.

She lettered and started in varsity soccer all four years, lettered and started in varsity softball all four, was softball captain in her junior and senior years. She also earned a letter in basketball. She is a member of the National Honor Society and is the NHS secretary this year.

She has played select soccer since sixth grade and select softball for four years. Michele played in England over the summer between her freshman and sophomore years. She has coached basketball at St. Mark’s elementary school and she set up a Thanksgiving food drive for a retirement home and a group of Carmelite nuns in Shoreline.

She plans to pursue a degree in engineering and also study Spanish at the University of Portland, to become a bilingual civil engineer, while continuing to play soccer.


Linnea Mulvaney

Linnea Mulvaney is an honor student who is enrolled in the Matteo Ricci program at AMHS, where she will earn college credit in the humanities. She took Honors English in her sophomore and junior years.

She has played soccer and golf and has been active in the music program and the spring musical. She received the award for “Most Improved” in soccer as a sophomore and as “Most Improved” in technology for media as a junior.

She has spent many hours in volunteer service with St. Vincent DePaul assisting those who are homeless or jobless. She participated in the school trip to Spain during Spring Break.

Her volunteer work as a young girls’ basketball coach has led Linnea to pursue a college education that will prepare her for a career as an elementary school teacher. She will be attending Western Washington University in Bellingham.

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