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OHHS Class of 2013 TOP 10
By Ron Newberry Staff reporter
London Cook and Matthew Jensen tend to follow each other around. They've known each other since sharing the same kindergarten class. They'll graduate together Monday night as members of Oak Harbor High School's Class of 2013. After that, they're going on a post-graduation trip to Europe with some more classmates. But then their paths will veer in slightly different directions. They picked different colleges. "We were both interested in Southern California," Cook said. "We have been for a while. His dream school was UCLA. Mine was USC." And that's where each is headed. "We're going to be big rivals," Cook said. Cook and Jensen are part of the Oak Harbor High School's Top 10 graduates of 2013. Of the Top 10, one wants to become a doctor, two want to be lawyers and four are interested in being engineers. It's a group with a heavy math and science influence. And one with accelerated goals such as Hope Crandall. She is one of three students in Oak
Harbor's Top 10 who participated in the Running Start program through Skagit Valley College. She said the credits she earned at Skagit Valley will allow her to enter the University of Washington's electrical engineering program classified as a junior. "I'm really interested in designing technology that's more environmentally sustainable," Crandall said.
Here's a closer look at Oak Harbor's 2013 Top 10: Madeline Mosolino
Maddy Mosolino is graduating from Oak Harbor with a perfect 4.0 grade point average and is valedictorian of the Class of 2013 along with Christina Wicker. Mosolino is vice president of DECA and was a Top 10 finisher at the national competition in Anaheim. She was a
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state DECA competitor for three years. Mosolino is headed to the University of San Diego to go after a degree in political science, international relations or interdisciplinary humanities. She said she currently is interested in becoming an attorney and would like to go to law school on the East Coast after her undergraduate studies. She has attended the Oak Harbor schools since kindergarten. "I feel like we're a pretty tight senior class," she said. "I feel like the senior class as a whole is pretty united more than past years. It's nice." Christina Wicker is a high achiever academically with a 4.0 GPA and athletically as twotime most valuable runner on the Oak Harbor cross-country team. She is looking for continued challenges in both areas at the Massachusetts Instititute of Technology, where she plans to
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run cross country and track and field and is most likely going to major in physics as part of her goal to one day become a researcher in small-particle physics. "I like science," she said. "That (smallparticle physics) seems like to be the most interesting thing. The mechanics on that level are just so different than this level. I think it's pretty interesting. There are some really interesting new applications coming out, especially having to do with information technology. I'm hoping by the time I get a degree in that, I'll be able to apply my knowledge and just really make a contribution, I guess." Wicker is so advanced in math that she skipped Algebra II at Oak Harbor. "I just felt like in math classes I was just kind of getting bored," she said. Wicker has a busy summer planned, continuing to train with her Running Unlimited Fitness running club and camping. She also is going on a family vacation to Palau. She said she believes running has helped her with setting goals and staying fit keeps the mind fit as well. "Exercise in general, I think helps with thinking," she said.
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Hope Crandall is graduating with a 3.98 GPA after spending much of the past two years taking classes at the Skagit Valley College Oak Harbor campus through Running Start. She is planning to attend the University of Washington, where she was directly admitted to the electrical engineering program with junior status. She wants to become an electrical engineer who uses and develops environmentally sustainable technology. "In electrical engineering, just the parts that go into the different products are just dangerous," she said. "They get left around and it's a really big problem right now. There are just warehouses full of old electronics that are just kind of decaying and can't be thrown away." Crandall received a certificate of merit from the Society of Women Engineers and is a national merit recognized student. She said her high school experience was kind of weird with so much time spent off campus, but is reaping the rewards of the Running Start program. "I'm transferring to U-Dub with most of my prerequisites done," she said. "I decided I like engineering because it combined theory and application. You're not just doing one or the other."
He finished with a 3.98 GPA, earning 90-plus college credits while participating Jackson in the Running Start Knoll program at Skagit Valley College's Oak Harbor campus. Knoll received the president's medal from Skagit Valley College for maintaining a 4.0 GPA there. He said taking computer-aided design classes got him interested in civil engineering. "I'm a math guy," he said. "I took my first couple of classes here in geometry and Algebra II, then moved on to Skagit to take calculus." Knoll also played two years of basketball at Oak Harbor and volunteers as a coach and referee for the Oak Harbor Youth Basketball Club. He works part-time at Island Pet Center.
London Cook loaded up with seven Advanced Placement classes at Oak Harbor High School and still finished with a 3.987 GPA. He plans to study math and economics at USC but first is going to travel with a group of classmates this summer to Europe with plans to visit Spain, Italy, France and the Netherlands. Cook is a National Honor Society member and Ecology Club public relations officer. After returning from Europe, he will continue to work at Dugualla Bay Farms, do yard work, babysit and tutor around the community.
Ally McGuire Ally learned early on that McGuire communications might be her calling in life. "I really like people," she said. "I cannot see myself sitting for long periods of time. I need to talk." She is continuing her education at Washington State University, where she'll pursue a degree in communications. She would like to go into public relations. McGuire earned a 3.98 GPA at Oak Harbor and also played volleyball all four years. She is the public relations officer for the National Honor Society, a two-term president of the Travel Club and state competitor for DECA. On the volleyball team, she was voted most inspirational. She remembers her gift for gab would at times draw unwanted attention. "In elementary school, I think a few times my teacher would tell my parents during conferences that I had a talking problem," she said. "When I was deciding what I wanted to do with my life, one of the things I was really good at was talking, so maybe communications would be a good idea." McGuire also likes to work with kids, serving as a mentor for the boys and girls club.
A lifelong Oak Harbor resident, Jackson Knoll is headed to the University of Washington to go after a bachelor's degree in civil engineering.
Wyatt Homola is headed to the University of Washington, where he has been accepted into the School of Materials Science and Engineering.
Homola carried a 3.978 GPA at Oak Harbor and also knew how to carry musical notes. Homola is known for his flute participation Wyatt with the Saragota Homola Chamber Orchestra and with the Fidalgo Youth Symphony and for his prowess on the alto sax in the school jazz band. He served as Ecology Club president and for a while as Senior Class president. He recently was named one of three 10th Legislative District Washington State scholars. He plans to study and develop biodegradable polymers, or as he calls them, fancy plastics. His mother is former District 2 Island County Commissioner Angie Homola. Emily Saar thrived in the classroom and on the pitching mound. As National Honor Society president, she earned a 3.971 GPA and was starting pitcher on the varsity fastpitch team the past two seasons. Saar is planning to follow in her dad Doug Saar's footsteps and become an attorney. She is headed to his old school, Gonzaga University, where she plans to double major in economics and political science. "He went to Gonzaga's law school," Emily said. "It just worked out that way. We're really close. "I don't know if I want to go to law school there. I was thinking of maybe going to Seattle University." Emily also has been a member of French Club, DECA and Link Crew in high school. Since sixth grade, she has attended religious classes at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Oak Harbor. She said she hopes to become involved in a few political campaigns while she studies in Spokane.
Keaton Dieter carried a 3.97 GPA at Oak Harbor and is planning to pursue a degree in electrical engineering at George Fox University in Newberg, Ore. "Sustainable energy like wind energy and solar energy is really interesting to me," Dieter said, "so there may be a future in that." Dieter was a varsity letterman on the
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National Merit Recognition Commended Student Awarded a Certificate of Merit Award from the Society of Women Engineers Congratulations, Hope, on your acceptance into the Electrical Engineering department at the University of Washington (Seattle): they are lucky to get you. We are so proud of your academic accomplishments and all the hard work you did to achieve them. We are in awe of your brilliance. We are also, so very proud of the young woman you have become. Thank you for the love and appreciation you show us every day. We love you and appreciate you, too! Here’s a little something from your favorite author: “Man, unlike anything organic or inorganic in the universe, grows beyond his work, walks up the stairs of his concepts, emerges ahead of his accomplishments.” - John Steinbeck
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Wildcats' swim team for three years and member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Club. He received the captain's Keaton award on the swim Dieter team last season. Dieter will work full-time at Whidbey Golf Club this summer before shifting his focus toward college. "I've always just been good at math and science and love problem solving," he said, "so that kind of pushed me toward engineering." Matthew Jensen is bound for UCLA, where he plans to major in biology, then attend medical school to become a doctor. "I've always been interested in the field of medicine," said Jensen, who has a 3.96 GPA. "I guess saving people is sort of an overstatement. Just helping people out. The human body has always interested me. I also really like biology. Doctors have always been people I've looked up to." Jensen also was an accomplished soccer player at Oak Harbor, serving as varsity team captain for three years and starting for four. He's attended the Oak Harbor schools since kindergarten. In high school, he also was a member of the National Honor Society, Ecology Club and Key Club.
Arrive early for ceremony Graduation for Oak Harbor's Class of 2013 is 6 p.m. Monday at Wildcat Memorial Stadium. Doors will open at 4:45 p.m. Wildcat Memorial Stadium is located on the campus of Oak Harbor High School at 1 Wildcat Way. Attendees are advised to arrive no later than 5:55 p.m. At that time, doors will close and no one will else be allowed inside the stadium to view the processional. This is the sixth graduation ceremony to be held in the outdoor stadium since moving from the gymnasium.
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Congratulations Cayden & Tommy! We have enjoyed watching you two grow up & turn into the awesome young men that you are today! Best of luck to you in your future endeavors!
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Seniors Annie Frosolone and Tim Davison, in foreground, were honored as Oak Harbor High School’s Career Tech Education students of the year. Both are headed to Washington State University. Yet, it was her participation in a health careers internship that might have the most lasting effect. Frosolone took the Human Body and Medical Careers Tim Davison has watched his father's career with earnest internship course at school and picked Best Friends Veterinary and admiration. He's seen enough to want to be like his dad, Robb Davison, Hospital as the site of her internship. Her maturity, work ethic and willingness to learn impressed an Island County deputy who served 20 years with Search and others. Rescue in the Navy. Frosolone, who carries a 3.95 grade-point average, is consid"I always wanted to be a police officer," Tim Davison said. ering veterinary medicine at WSU. "I'm going to follow in his footsteps and hopefully take over his She waited until her senior year to venture into the Career call sign after his career." Davison and Annie Frosolone were recently honored as the Tech department at school. "I never really thought of doing a whole lot of CTE stuff," top male and female Career Tech Education students of the Frosolone said. "This year I was looking into it more. I heard year for Oak Harbor High School. Both are seniors and will be graduating Monday night a lot of stories from my friends, having a lot of fun in a lot of before both heading off to Washington State University. Both CT classes. I started with wood tech because I heard a lot of good things about it. And I made strong impressions always wanted to take the in the Career Tech subjects human body medical internthey took at the high school. ship because that just kind of Davison was recognized lines up with my interests in for his work in NJROTC and the medical field. I ended up videography. Frosolone was having so much fun in wood honored for her work in medtech I enrolled in cabinetry icine and word working. for the next semester." Davison and Frosolone She said she learned a lot were recognized in front of from the medical careers the Oak Harbor school board internship course, which last week, along with the top started in the classroom. students of the semester for "You learn anatomy in the each of the Career Tech subfirst sememester," Frosolone jects. Sandee Oehring, Career and Technical Education said. "In the second semesDavison spent four years Director, with winner, Annie Frosolone. ter, you actually go out in as a key member of the Oak town and you go to places Harbor's celebrated NJROTC and you see what they do in program. He graduated from the NJROTC Area 13 Northwest Leadership Academy, which the field." That helped her focus on veterinary medicine studies at provides advanced leadership training to the most promising cadets in the region. He served as Alpha Platoon Commander, WSU. "But it could change to medical," she said. on the Battalion Staff as public affairs officer and operations Other Oak Harbor High School students were honored as officer, and was a member of the unit's Color Guard. While attending WSU, Davison will pursue a commission students of the semester in their Career Tech subjects. They in the U.S. Army through the WSU Army Reserve Officer were Haley Garden (culinary arts), Kyla McKinney (yearbook production), Jonathan McLaughlin (metal fabrications); Training Program. "I was strongly considering going into the Navy SEALs," Austin Pully (automotive technology), Natalie Fiallos (retail Davison said. "It's a cool title to have but most Navy SEALs management), Amber Cathey (video production), Fiona Hebb (robotics), Dakota Powers (building construction), Stephen don't get put on a team." Frosolone excelled in a woodworking class, designing her Ross (pre-engineering), Ziwei Peng (NJROTC), Noah Gibbon own projects and completing an independent study on the (business), Jalani Bobo (sports medicine) and Frosolone wood lathe. (health careers internship). By Ron Newberry Staff reporter
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Weather forecast good for 2013 graduation ceremony
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Seasonably mild weather is forecasted for Monday night's graduation ceremony at Oak Harbor High School. Ever since the ceremony moved outdoors to the spacious Wildcat Memorial Stadium in 2008, it hasn't rained on graduation night, but weather still has made its presence. "I'd say wind is what we definitely worry about," said Joe Hunt, communications director for the Oak Harbor School District. "We've never had it rain on us." The forecast is calling for mostly sunny weather for June 10 with a 10 percent chance of rain and 10 mph winds. Oak Harbor will be graduating 370 seniors from the Class of 2013. The ceremony starts at 6 p.m. Doors open at 4:45 p.m. and will close promptly at 5:55 p.m. and remain closed until after the processional. For those unable to attend, such as parents on deployment or relatives too far away to make the trip, the graduation will be streamed live through Wildcat TV online. The link will be available at www.ohsd.net. For those attending, overflow parking will be available at Hillcrest Elementary School. Hunt pointed out that professional photographers will not be covering graduation this year. Superintendent Rick Schulte will make a speech, which likely will be his last to a large Oak Harbor public gathering before he departs for the superintendent post in Richland next month. His final day in Oak Harbor is June 30 when a handoff will be made to Lance Gibbon. An open house will be held at the district administration building to honor Schulte and his 20 years as superintendent on June 14 from 4-6 p.m. Student speakers at the graduation ceremony will be Madeline Mosolino and Christina Wicker, who each had perfect 4.0 grade-point averages in high school. The student at-large speaker will be Hailey Monroe-Glander. The ceremony also will be the last one in Oak Harbor for Hunt, who's moving to Minnesota. He's served as communications director for nine years, toting a camera in hand for
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Independent Christian Homeschoolers on North Whidbey will be having a high school graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at 1pm. The ceremony will be held at the Oak Harbor Christian Reformed Church, 1411 Wieldraayer Road with a reception following. The graduating seniors are Alex Holland, Carolyn McFaul, and Will Southard.
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Congratulations to the Class of 2013 and the Community of Oak Harbor! “I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.” ~ TOp 10 GraduaTinG SeniOrS
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