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April Students of the Month 2020

April Students of the Month 2020
Posted on 05/12/2020

Congratulations to our
April Students of the Month:

Lindee Cutler  Stephan Yang
 Lindee Cutler & Stephen Yang

Student Name: Lindee Cutler

Mother’s name: Joe Cutler

GPA: 3.46

Clubs & Activities: Jazz Band, The Hawkeye (journalism), National Honor Society, Chamber Winds

Athletics: Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track & Field

Honors: Athlete of the Week, Athlete of the Month, Ted X @Yost Park selected speaker 2020

Awards: Cross Country MVP 2020; Hawkeye Staff Member of the Month; Cross Country: Most Inspirational 2017, 2018, 2019; Cross Country/Track & Field Captain Award 2018-2020;

Community Service: COVID-19 Mutual Aid

Educational Goals: Double major in Political Science & Studio Art

Career Goals: Work in politics to promote change toward climate justice and human rights through the legislative process

Anything else we should know?: I am an environmental/human rights activist. I mainly organize with the Washington Youth Climate Strike and spent most of my time working on the policy and creative teams within that organization to push for climate justice. The best experience I have had through activism was attending a Youth Lobby Day during the 2020 state legislative session, where we were successful in getting the Climate Pollution Limits bill (HB 2311) to pass!  I also organize on the US Youth Climate Strike education team, and with the Zero Hour organization as an educational ambassador.


Student Name: Stephen Yang

Mother’s nameL Miaohua Zhang

Father’s name: Yi Yang

GPA: 3.9

Clubs & Activities: Robotics, Music, HiQ

Honors: National Merit Scholarship finalist

Awards: Second place at WSSEF 2019 and 2020, honorable mention at CSRSEF 2019.

Community Service: Volunteering at two places weekly, Aegis of Lynnwood and Evergreen Safety Council.

Significant School Project: Most of my memorable projects involved computer science – whether it was a project with a partner to identify and predict eating disorders, creating a complex maze game with enemies that acted differently depending on how they saw you, and – though it wasn’t for school – a personal project of my own, a game that helped me get through a rough time, though I never finished it.

Educational Goals: Going on to study computer science at Seattle University.

Career Goals: I’m interested in going into software design and engineering after going to college.

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