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Audrianna Shaw was a busy bee, playing three sports while still finding time to earn a bevy of academic scholarships. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Let the honors rain down.

The Coupeville High School Class of 2022, which endured through a pandemic which altered public schooling for two-plus years, exits this weekend.

But, before graduation arrives — 1 PM Saturday, June 11 at Mickey Clark Field — school officials and community members are hailing all the Wolves have achieved.

During a virtual ceremony, CHS seniors received awards and scholarships, with the Class of 2022 bagging an impressive amount of financial help for college or trade training.

Morgan Stevens received the CHS Senior Service Award, an honor in which students are nominated by fellow students, before being voted on by faculty.

Good citizenship and sportsmanship are considered, as well as “aiding other students unselfishly, (and) serving faculty, administration and their school in an unselfish manner.”

Brian Casey and Noelle Daigneault were also named as Lion’s Club Students of the Year.

Brian Casey was a strong performer on the field and in the classroom.

 

Scholarships:

 

Allen-Phibbs:

Noelle Daigneault ($1,000)
Alana Mihill ($2,000)
Mary Milnes ($2,000)

 

Allied Health/Vaughn Porter
($5,000):

Eryn Wood

 

Association of Old Crows
($1,500 x 4 years):

Mary Milnes

 

Audubon Society
($3,000):

Logan Martin

 

Bayleaf
($1,000):

Izzy Wells

 

Bennett Boyles Memorial:

Jonathan Carroll ($2,022)
Noelle Daigneault ($2,022)
Cole Hutchinson ($1,250)
Logan Martin ($1,250)
Caleb Meyer ($2,022)
Audrianna Shaw ($1,250)
Mckenna Somes ($1,250)
Izzy Wells ($2,022)
Hawthorne Wolfe ($2,022)

 

Big Brothers/Big Sisters
($2,500):

Noelle Daigneault
Ja’Kenya Hoskins

 

Cascade Custom Homes
($1,000):

Logan Martin
Xavier Murdy

 

CEA
($1,500):

Brian Casey
Caleb Meyer

 

CFCPS
($1,000):

Ja’Kenya Hoskins
Grady Rickner
Ian Sylvester

 

Coupeville Booster Club
($1,000):

Brian Casey
Noelle Daigneault
Logan Martin
Xavier Murdy
Grady Rickner
Izzy Wells

 

David Eccles Memorial
($500):

Brian Casey

 

Dr. Leo C. Beck Scholarship
($1,000):

Caleb Meyer

 

Ed Walker Memorial
($2,000):

Brian Casey
Abby Mulholland

 

Endeavor
($1,000):

Kim Castro Sotelo

 

Educate Your Passion
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas

 

Exceptional Student Athlete
($1,000):

Logan Martin

 

Friends of Coupeville Library
($1,500):

Brian Casey
Abby Mulholland
Amanda Thomas

 

Gervais Memorial
($1,500):

Xavier Murdy

 

Harada Family
($1,500):

Brian Casey

 

Harvey-Pickard
($2,500 x 4 years):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas
Abby Mulholland

 

Larry Engle Teacher Extraordinaire
($500):

Brian Casey

 

Leganieds
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas
Jonathan Carroll
Logan Martin
Audrianna Shaw

 

Lion’s Club:

Cecilia Camarena Barajas ($1,000)
Jonathan Carroll ($1,000)
Brian Casey ($1,000)
Noelle Daigneault ($2,000)
Ja’Kenya Hoskins ($2,000)
Cole Hutchinson ($1,000)
Logan Martin ($2,000)
Caleb Meyer ($2,000)
Alana Mihill ($2,000)
Mary Milnes ($2,000)
Abby Mulholland ($2,000)
Xavier Murdy ($3,000)
Grady Rickner ($1,000)
Audrianna Shaw ($2,000)
Mckenna Somes ($2,000)
Ian Sylvester ($2,000)
Amanda Thomas ($1,000)
Izzy Wells ($3,000)
Hawthorne Wolfe ($1,000)
Eryn Wood ($1,000)

 

Masonic Lodge
($1,000):

Izzy Wells

 

New Leaf/Jo Balda
($2,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas

 

Pegasus
($1,000):

Noelle Daigneault

 

Red Apple Market
($1,000):

Xavier Murdy

 

Rose Hip
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas

 

Salon Blue
($1,000):

Katelin McCormick

 

Soroptimists
($1,000):

Abby Mulholland

 

Toby’s
($1,000):

Caleb Meyer

 

Trades for Career/Drawing Room
($500):

Logan Martin

 

West Family Foundation
($1,000):

Cecilia Camarena Barajas
Audrianna Shaw
Amanda Thomas
Eryn Wood

 

WIAMOAA
($3,000):

Mary Milnes

 

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There’s $27,000 in scholarships on the table, and some of it could come to Coupeville.

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association is accepting applications through April 1 for its annual Smart Choices Scholarship Program.

There are three $5,000 scholarships, and a flurry of $1,000 bonuses available to students in the Class of 2022.

The program is funded by Gesa Credit Union, the Dairy Farmers of Washington, and Les Schwab Tires.

Excellence in athletics/activities, academics, leadership, and community service are considered by judges.

To be eligible, students must be a senior, have a minimum 3.0 grade point average, and be enrolled as a full-time student in a WIAA member high school such as Coupeville.

If you receive a scholarship, you have to graduate at the end of the 2021-22 school year, and enroll as a full-time student at a college, university, community college, trade or vocational school for the 2022 fall semester.

 

To apply, pop over to:

http://wiaa.com/SmartChoices.aspx

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Mollie Bailey and other Coupeville High School Class of 2021 students raked in awards and scholarships in a virtual ceremony. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Let the scholarships rain down. Virtually, at least.

With the pandemic still disrupting life across the globe, Coupeville High School is giving out awards and grants to Class of 2021 students in an online ceremony, saving the live experience for Friday’s graduation.

This marks the second-straight spring the senior awards night has been virtual, with all signs pointing to 2022 breaking that pattern.

 

Scholarships and awards:

 

Association of Old Crows
($6,000 – four years):

Mollie Bailey

 

AAUW Academic Scholarship
($2,000 each):

Mollie Bailey
Megan Behan

 

Bayleaf Foreign Study/Travel
($1,000):

Knight Arndt

 

Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Julie Langrock Memorial
($2,500):

Drake Borden

 

Cascade Custom Homes and Design
($2,500):

Alex Jimenez

 

CHS Booster Club
($1,000 each):

Mollie Bailey
Alex Jimenez
Catherine Lhamon
Daniel Olson
Ben Smith
Genna Wright

 

CHS Parents
($500 each):

Mollie Bailey (Sports)
Megan Behan (General)
Autumn Cernick (Race the Reserve)
Kylie Chernikoff (Life Grant)
Emily Fiedler (Life Grant)
Alex Jimenez (Race the Reserve)
Catherine Lhamon (Sports)
Chandell Schoonover (General)
Ben Smith (Sports)
Lily Zustiak (General)

 

Coldwell Bankers 360 Team Cares
($500 each):

Megan Behan
Alex Jimenez

 

Coupeville Lions:

Mollie Bailey ($3,000)
Owen Barenburg ($2,225)
Megan Behan ($2,000)
Drake Borden ($3,000)
Anya Burns ($2,000)
Aurora Cernick ($2,000)
Autumn Cernick ($2,000)
Kylie Chernikoff ($1,000)
Alexis Czarnik ($1,000)
Alex Jimenez ($2,000)
Catherine Lhamon ($2,000)
Daniel Olson ($2,000)
Genna Wright ($2,000)
Lily Zustiak ($2,000)

 

Coupeville Lions Students of the Year
($500 each):

Megan Behan
Drake Borden

 

Educate Your Passion
($1,000):

Alexis Czarnik

 

Endeavor Scholarship
($1,000):

Alex Jimenez

 

Fleet Reserve Association Branch 97
($1,000):

Aurora Cernick

 

Friends of the Coupeville Library
($2,000 each):

Anya Burns
Daniel Olson

 

Gervais Memorial
($1,500):

Alex Jimenez

 

Harada Family Scholarship
($1,000):

Megan Behan

 

Harvey/Pickard Scholarship
($2,500 – four years):

Alex Jimenez

 

Jack McFadyen Memorial Scholarship:

Mollie Bailey

 

Larry Engle Teacher Extraordinaire
($500):

Knight Arndt

 

Leganeids:

Aurora Cernick
Alex Jimenez

 

Leo Beck Memorial Scholarship
($1,000):

Lily Zustiak

 

New Leaf Jo Balda Scholarship
($2,000):

Megan Behan

 

North Puget Sound Realtors
($1,000):

Daniel Olson

 

Pegasus Scholarship
($1,000):

Chandell Schoonover

 

Red Apple Market
($1,000):

Mollie Bailey

 

Rick Widdison Memorial Scholarship
($1,000):

Genna Wright

 

Rose Hip Farm
($1,000):

Alexis Czarnik

 

Salon Blue
($1,000):

Alexis Czarnik

 

Soroptimists International of Coupeville
($1,000):

Emily Fiedler

 

Suzanne Bond Memorial Scholarship
($1,000):

Lily Zustiak

 

Toby’s EMT/First Responders/Medical Profession
($1,000):

Megan Behan

 

Tom Roehl Memorial Scholarship
($2,000):

Drake Borden

 

Vaughan/Porter Scholarship
($5,000):

Drake Borden

 

West Family Foundation
($1,000 each):

Autumn Cernick
Catherine Lhamon
Daniel Olson

 

Whidbey Audubon Scholarship
($2,000 each):

Drake Borden
Catherine Lhamon

 

Whidbey Island Masonic Lodge
Bud Madsen Memorial Scholarship
($1,000):

Drake Borden

 

Yorioka Scholarship
($1,000):

Daniel Olson

 

The awards show:

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“Money, free MONEY!!!!! Come and get it!!!!” (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Don’t pass up virtually free money.

With just a little work, Coupeville High School seniors can snag a variety of college scholarships and workforce grants, and the competition for some awards remains wide open.

The Senior Parent Board is extending their application deadline until next Friday, May 14 at 2:45 PM.

Applications and essays can be dropped off with Eileen Stone in the CHS office.

First though, take a gander at the photos below for all the pertinent info.

The three scholarships are available to any Wolf planning to attend a two-year, four-year, technical, or vocational school, with the grant aimed at someone going straight to work.

All bring a crisp $500, with just a smidge of work required to be eligible.

Don’t leave money on the table.

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Anna Dion, co-Valedictorian of the Coupeville High School Class of 2020, earned an impressive amount of scholarships. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Let it rain.

Things went digital this year, but Coupeville High School seniors still brought home an impressive collection of awards and scholarships.

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic shutting down schools, the annual awards night couldn’t be held in person.

Instead, the school made a collection of video presentations, which were posted online Tuesday afternoon.

The CHS Class of 2020, led by co-Valedictorians Anna Dion and Scout Smith, and Salutatorian Lucy Sandahl, graduates Saturday.

To see who earned awards and scholarships, as well as view senior realization speeches from Avalon Renninger, Xaiviar Lee, and Zara Bradley, pop over to:

https://sites.google.com/coupeville.k12.wa.us/chs-class-of-2020-graduation/home

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