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Magee, Hubbert named Students of the Month


Abby Magee

Two Marysville-Pilchuck High School students were recognized for their contributions to their school and community with the February Student of the Month award.

Seniors Griffin Hubbert and Abby Magee were honored with the monthly award.

The recognition is given to two students each month by the Marysville Kiwanis and Soroptimist clubs.

Griffin Hubbert is a senior at M-PHS who has taken several AP courses and maintains a GPA of 3.54.

He serves as the senior class vice-president and is also in the school's leadership class.

As a member of the National Honor Society he volunteers at many school events including sporting events, assemblies and dances.

For all four years of high school he has played tennis and is the captain of the team this year.

Griffin is also the current vice-president of M-PHS' cinematography club.

For his sculpture pieces he has received a scholastic honorable mention.

He is involved in his community as a church youth leader and as an Eagle Scout. He has also served the community as a member of the Marysville Youth Council.

In the community he participates in a yearly clean up of Jennings Park, has helped to clear trees to prepare Doleshel Park and assisted in establishing the Comfort Park spray pad.

He has also helped run a blood drive for the Puget Sound Blood Center that gathered 88 pints of blood.

Abby Magee has taken three AP classes and currently holds a 3.89 GPA.

Abby is very involved in athletics at her school.

On the girls golf team she has lettered for three years and been a captain of the team since her junior year.

She was recognized as part of the Girls Golf Washington State Academic Champion this year.

The team has qualified for districts twice while she has been on it.

She has been part of the girls swim and dive team for the past four years, and has been a captain of the team since her sophomore year.

With the team she has been a four-time district champion and a state finalist several times.

This year she was an All-Wesco Academic Team Member and has been a member of the All-Wesco North first team for four years.

Griffin Hubbert

At the Stillaguamish Athletic Club she has been teaching swimming lessons since 2014.

Abby has also served as a tutor at local Marysville schools, including being an AVID program tutor and a tutor at Kellogg Marsh Elementary School.

At Kellogg Marsh Elementary she has also served as a camp counselor.

For her school's ASB she has served as treasurer, historian, vice president and currently is the public relations manager.

During that time she has served on many committees including to help plan for the school's prom, for the Special Needs Prom and for homecoming.

Abby was recognized with National Academy of Future Physicians Award of Excellence in 2014.


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