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19 Mount Si Seniors Earned AA Degrees from Bellevue College

Seventeen Mount Si High School students from the Class of 2015 have earned Associates of Arts and Sciences degrees from Bellevue College, at the same time that they are earning their Mount Si High School diplomas.

Congratulations to the following Snoqualmie Valley students for their extraordinary commitment and accomplishment this year:
  • Brandon Barnard, Associate in Arts and Sciences
  • Kirk Bateman, Associate in Arts and Sciences
  • Haley Burbrink, Associate in Arts and Sciences
  • Natalie Chow, Associate in Arts and Sciences 
  • Sophia Fischer, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with Distinction
  • Emma Gieseke, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with Distinction
  • Tessa Gomes, Associate in Science Track II - with Distinction
  • Shalene Haynie, Associate in Arts and Sciences 
  • Madison Jones, Associate in Arts and Sciences 
  • Madison Mariani, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with Distinction
  • Wilhelmina McMichael, Associate in Business - with High Distinction
  • Amber McNaughton, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with Distinction
  • Andrea Mills, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with High Distinction
  • Madeline Montgomery, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with Distinction
  • Colton Oord, Associate in Arts and Sciences
  • Kayla Scheffer, Associate in Arts and Sciences 
  • Princeton See, Associate in Arts and Sciences - with Distinction
  • Katelyn Sundwall, Associate in Arts and Sciences
  • Brandon Whiteley, Associate in Arts and Sciences
Through the Running Start program at Bellevue College, Mount Si students can earn a two-year college degree, at the same time that they fulfilled high school graduation requirements to earn a Mount Si High School diploma. As a result, these students are in a position to continue their post-secondary education goals as college juniors next year.
 
According to Bellevue College, Mount Si High School has had the most students earn AA degrees through Running Start, among all King County schoolsfor two years running!