IHS Booster Club Senior Scholarships 

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS for 2019-2020 will open January 1, 2020

Every Spring scholarships valued at $1,000 or greater are awarded to selected IHS graduating seniors.  Scholarships are applied towards college school tuition, fees, and costs.  Scholarships must be used during the school year following high school graduation. All scholarships are announced at the end of May.  2019 Senior Scholarship Application

 

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2019 Senior Scholarship Recipients

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Congratulations to the four seniors chosen as the 2019 Issaquah High School Booster Club scholarship recipients.

 Muskaan Agarwal

 
 
The Issaquah High School Booster Club would like to honor and congratulate Muskaan Agarwal as a 2019 Senior Scholarship recipient.   Msukaan maintains a minimum 3.92 GPA while managing an active extra-curricular life and rigorous academic load including eight AP courses and earning recognition as an AP Scholar with Distinction.
 
Muskaan stood out amongst the other applicants for her excellence in academics, DECA and participation on the IHS Dance team. Muskaan has excelled participating in DECA at Issaquah High.  She has held the positions of treasurer and Vice President during her time in DECA. As a participant she has placed in both the State and National Competitions, including State Champion in the Entrepreneurship Independent Business plan event in 2019 to name just one of her many accomplishments in DECA.

Muskaan has also participated on the Issaquah High Dance team performing at district , state and national level competitions. She was named “Academically Excellent Athlete” by her coach 3 years.  In addition to her accomplishments at IHS she also participated in community organizations such as the KD Hall Foundation where she delivered a keynote in front of 450 attendees at “Women on the Rise” conference. She has also been the co-chair for the Youth Opposed to Drug Abuse and president of the Issaquah We Care Organization. 

Muskaan exemplifies the Booster Club values as demonstrated by her character, integrity and contributions when attending Issaquah High School.  Muskaan has had a remarkable influence to her peers and community while at Issaquah High School.  

Muskaan plans to attend UC Berkeley in the fall. Congratulations, Muskaan, and best of luck in the future!

 Dawson Oen

 
 
The Issaquah High School Booster Club would like to honor and congratulate Dawson Oen as a 2019 Senior Scholarship recipient. Dawson maintains a minimum 4.0 GPA while managing an active extra-curricular life and rigorous academic load including eight AP and Honors courses and is recognized as an AP Scholar with Distinction.

Dawson stood out amongst the other applicants for his excellence in academics, DECA and participation on the IHS soccer team. Dawson has excelled in DECA at Issaquah High.  As a participant he has placed in both the State, National and International Competitions, including earning a top 20 Finalist in the World in the Accounting Application Role-play division.  This is just a few of his many accomplishments in DECA.

Dawson has also participated on the Issaquah High Soccer team. He was voted most inspirational in 2018 and captain of the varsity team in 2019.  He was also recognized as a Scholar Athlete by his coach.  In addition to his accomplishments at Issaquah High he also participated in community organizations.  Dawson was vice -president and co-founder of the Issaquah High “We Care” Organization. 

Dawson exemplifies the Booster Club values as demonstrated by his character, integrity and contributions when attending Issaquah High School.  Dawson has had a remarkable influence on his peers and community while at Issaquah High School.  

Dawson plans on attending Gonzaga in the fall.  Congratulations, Dawson, and best of luck in the future!

 Rohan Vaidya

 

The Issaquah High School Booster Club would like to honor and congratulate Rohan Vaidya as a 2019 Senior Scholarship recipient. 

Rohan stood out amongst the other applicants for his excellence in academics  participation in DECA and support of local organizations. He is an exemplary student with an Impressive GPA of 3.85.

 

Rohan has excelled participating in DECA at Issaquah High.  He has made a lasting impact by being a Washington State DECA officer and Area 4 President as well as president and chief fundraising officer of the IHS  DECA he has had many accomplishments in DECA throughout his time at IHS.

 

Rohan has taken personal challenges and put those energies into helping others. In addition to his accomplishments at Issaquah High he has participated in and lead many community organizations. He is co-founder and Youth President for Strong4Sam, supporting childhood cancer research.  He also acted as the NYLT Executive Director/Senior Patrol Leader for the Boy Scouts of America.  In addition, Rohan work as a Bioinformatics Research Intern for Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, the youngest intern hired in the history of Fred Hutch. 

Rohan exemplifies the Booster Club values as demonstrated by his character, integrity and contributions when attending Issaquah High School.  Rohan has had a remarkable influence on his peers and community while at Issaquah High School.  

Rohan will be attending Claremont McKenna in the fall. Congratulations, Rohan, and best of luck in the future! 

   
   

Prior Scholarship Recipients

2018 

Alexander Schmidt ~ Seattle Pacific University
Elsa Bean ~ Cal Poly
Tyler Palmgren ~ Oregon State
Ruby Fulford
Kyle Millis ~ Berkeley 

2017

Cameron Dane Oen - Gonzaga University 
Samantha Sato - University of Washington 
Isabel Rose Ringo - University of San Francisco 
Addie Mejia - Missouri Valley College

2016

Rachel Benoliel
Dane Mui
Christina Paoletti
Amy Behar
Olga Andreeva

2015

Bryan Hanner
Michelle Fowler
Coleen Young
Edward Park
Anne Robertson

2014
Halle Gordon
Katherine Chun
Rebecca Chin
Amanda Levenson

2013

Sara Wedekind - Seattle University
Troy Potensky - Bellevue College
Alex Hansen - University of Chicago
Weston Mui - University of Southern California


2012
Nick Ryder - Tufts University
Anna Fairhart - Marquette University
Nicole Migotsky - Washington University St. Louis
 
2011
Ben Rosellini - Stanford University
Riley Foreman - Whitman College
Matt Sekijima - University of Washington


2010
Sara Brumley - University of Washington
Conner Young - University of Washington

2009
Elyse Edward - Johns Hopkins University
Taryn Ohashi - Scripps College

2008
Gillian Pennington - University of Washington
Nicholas Roselini - Stanford University

2007
Casi Schwisow - Wellesley College
Lindsay Cowgill - University of Washington
Aubrey Jensen - Brigham Young University

2006
Lauren Goodman - Georgetown University
Nathan Saad - Gonzaga University
Jordan Taylor Jackson - Arizona State University
Alice Pumpian - University of Washington