Congratulations to our September Students of the Month

Congratulations to our September Students of the Month
Posted on 10/03/2017
Congratulations to Ashley Klippert and Eugene Seubert, our September Students of the Month!

Picture of Ashley Klippert and Eugene Seubert
Student Name: Ashley Klippert
Mother’s Name: Tania Klippert
Father’s Name: John Klippert
GPA: 3.9
Clubs & Activities: I am currently in many clubs and activities including cheer captain, KEY club, link crew president, robotics, TATU and Honors Society.
ASB: As of right now my affiliation with ASB is through cheerleading, prior to joining cheer I was a representative for class ASB sophomore year.
Athletics: Freshman year I was on varsity basketball and a thrower for track. My sophomore year I tried out for cheer and have been on it ever since.
Honors: I am a member of the National Honors Society.
Awards: I have been recognized as a STEM Scholar in the field of science for the Edmonds School District. Freshman year I was Athlete of the Month for Basketball, and, just recently, Student of the Month.
Community Service: Through cheer I have been given many community service opportunities including fundraising for hurricane Harvey relief, volunteering at 5k runs and food drives. I am also a volunteer with basketball for Unified Sports, which has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.
Significant School Project: As a senior in STEM English, my capstone project will be making a biofuel out of Myriophyllum spicatum.
Current Employment: I currently do not have a job but if you’re hiring then you know what to do...
Future Educational Goals: I would like to go to a four-year university then further my education at medical school.
Future Career Goals: One of my biggest aspirations in life has been to join the peace corps but if that doesn't work out then I’ve always been interested in biochemical engineering.

Student Name: Eugene Seubert
Mother’s Name: Felicia Seubert
Father’s Name: Kenny Seubert
GPA: 3.8275
Clubs & Activities: Current: FIRST Robotics Competition Team Chill Out 1778, MTHS Robotics Club Vice President, STEM Leadership Member. Previous: Freshman Varsity Swimmer
ASB: MTHS ASB Executive Treasurer (better known as Big 6 Treasurer)
Athletics: Boys Swimming Varsity Letter, Freshman Year
Honors: Freshman Year: Honors Biology, Honors Algebra 2, Honors World History 9; Sophomore Year: AP Chemistry, Honors Humanities (AP European History + Honors English), Honors PreCalculus; Junior Year: AP US History, AP Language and Composition, AP Calculus AB, AP Biology; Senior Year: AP Physics, AP Government and Politics
Awards: Principal's Award - 2014/15 For recognition of Outstanding Achievement; Certificate of Academic Achievement - 2014/15 In recognition of Outstanding Academic Excellence for First Semester 4.0 GPA; Washington State Letters About Literature - Semi-Finalist (2015); Edmonds Driftwood Players Youth Volunteer Award (2016)
Community Service: Frequent Volunteer at the Edmonds Driftwood Players as a stagehand, light board operator, or sound board operator.
Significant School Project: Junior Year: A device that detected micro concentrations of limonene and ethanol in a micro environment to alert chemically sensitive or allergic populations.
Possible Senior Year Project: A device to detect veins using cameras to guide intravenous cannulation (IV) with depth and diameter information.
Current Employment: Lifeguard/Swim Instructor/First Aid, CPR, and AED Instructor
Future Educational Goals: After high school, I plan on attending a university and majoring in bioengineering, but still going pre-med if possible to allow myself flexibility for graduate school. My end educational goal is to at least get a masters degree in whatever field I go into, if not get a higher degree.
Future Career Goals: My goal is to be able to use the knowledge I accumulate and apply it to be able to help people in any capacity I can. The professions where I think best combine my skill sets and allow me to accomplish that goal are bioengineering, emergency medicine, pathology, and other STEM related fields.
Anything Else You’d like us to know? I’m honored to be chosen as the Student of the Month for MTHS and would like to thank my mother for supporting me, my friends for encouraging me, my teachers for all their hard work to ensure I and others have the best chance of success. Lastly, I’d like to also thank the people I have the privilege to work with and serve as ASB Executive Treasurer. And, as always, Chill Out and Go Hawks!
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