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Melohusky, Howat named Students of the Month


April 18, 2018 | View PDF

Katelynn Melohusky

Katelynn Melohusky and Philip "Jake" Howat were recognized for their academic achievements with the Student of the Month award for April.

The Student of the Month award is given out by the Marysville Soroptimist and Kiwanis clubs to local high school seniors for their work at their schools and in the community.

Katelynn is a Marysville-Pilchuck High School student and also attends Everett Community College as a Running Start student.

She has a 3.997 GPA and will be graduating with honors as the salutatorian for M-PHS.

Throughout high school she has taken five AP classes and is involved in a number of school activities.

She is part of the Marysville Marching Alliance and in her school's band she has been the flute section leader the last two years.

In her senior year she has also been a drum major.

After school she also enjoys mock trial and was the founder of the school's mock trial Club, which she has also been president of for the last two years.

Katelynn also has many athletic interests, including being a part of the girls varsity golf team.

This season she was captain of the girls golf team.

At the Battle Creek Golf Course, Katelynn has volunteered for their Kids Camp as well.

Tae Kwon Do is another athletic interest for Katelynn who is also a local instructor for the martial art.

Earlier this year Katelynn was also crowned as one of the Strawberry Festival Royalty princesses.

After graduation this spring Katelynn hopes to pursue a degree in computer science at the University of Washington and wants to work with computers while studying there to gain experience.

She may pursue a master's degree after her bachelor's but hasn't decided yet.

Philip is also a M-PHS student who also took part in the Running Start program to attend Everett Community College.

However, he finished his associate's degree last winter and plans to receive the diploma this spring, and graduate from M-PHS at the same time.

At M-PHS, Philip is part of the National Honor Society and a member of the varsity swim and dive team.

He is also involved in many of the school's bands.

As part of the Jazz I Ensemble from 2014 to 2017 he was a lead trumpet and also the trumpet section leader from 2015 to 2017.

In 2016 Philip also was recognized with the Outstanding Trumpet Award for the band.

Philip Howat

From 2014 to 2017 Philip received a varsity letter as part of the Marysville Marching Alliance.

He was the vice president of the alliance for one year and also was lead trumpet for the band in 2016.

Philip has also played for the Musical "Pit" ensemble, which plays the score for musical drama productions at the school.

At Everett Community College Philip was part of the Phi Theta Kappa college honor society.

Through the honor society he was nominated to attend the International Scholar Laureate Program based on academic record

After graduation Philip wants to join Everett Community College's nursing program and eventually hopes to study at Gonzaga with their Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia program.


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