Students in Liberty High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter joined students from other area districts for the exciting opportunity to learn more about FCCLA and its leadership opportunities. The theme for the year is “Your Story, Our Story ~ Let it Be Heard”. Students left excited for a great year ahead full of community service, personal development, projects and competition. Co-Advisers are Donna Abbey and Megan Sirotzki.
Dr. Chudler from UW's Center for Neurotechnology came to speak with Issaquah High School’s students in Rachel Heilman’s AP Psychology classes. Dr. Chudler talked about his career path and gave some advice on working with professors and applying to research institutes. He even hung out to chat with interested students for an hour after the presentation in addition to covering some neuroscience content.
Cadets present the Colors at the bi-monthly US Navy League dinner at the Bellevue Red Lion on Wednesday evening.
Outstanding Cadets formally recognized and presented coins and Navy League travel mugs to Liberty’s 2018-19 Cadets of the Year at their bi-monthly dinner meeting.
On Friday evening, Liberty's NJROTC Color Guard presented The Colors at Liberty Patriots vs Issaquah Eagles football game at Issaquah High School. Congratulations to Coach Valach and the entire football team who brought home a hard fought 9-3 victory!
This year judges received 3, 500 entries from 66 schools, making it the largest HS photo competition in the country. Students in Bridget John’s Photography Club did very well considering how competitive this contest is!
This included Eason Chen who received 3rd place in the "people" category where his work will be included in the travel exhibition over the next several months. He was also surprised with the Jones Soda Award, meaning his image will be printed on a run of 250,000 bottles!
Judges Select means that the photo made it to the final round (10% of entries get this), Finalist means they made it in to the top 18 in that category:
Judges Select: landscape
Judges Select: People
Judges Select: People
*4th place: Architecture
Ribbon: Judges Select: Documentary/Street
Judges Select: Manipulation
Judges Select: Landscape
Judges Select: Animal
Here is the link to the contest, if you are interested in seeing these photos http://www.wshspc.com/
The Introduction to Culinary Arts students at Liberty High School recently had a dessert competition within their class. They had several criteria to follow with judges inspecting and tasting their masterpiece!
Last weekend four members of Patriot Company traveled to the University of Maryland to participate in the 2019 SeaPerch Challenge. Evan Rosenfelt (11), Dominic Ogino (11), Carson Tucker (10) and Sofia VanHuss (9) competed against over 100 high school teams from United States, the US and British Virgin Islands, and New Zealand. After the technical presentations and two in water competitions, Patriot company finished 71st out of 110 teams. Although we didn't do as well as we had hoped, it was a great weekend to meet, learn from, and compete against other highly capable high school underwater ROV teams.
Over the past couple weeks Issaquah High School’s Sports Med Team has been competing in the National Championships. This year’s competition included over 300+ school and over 3500 competitors, the largest ever.
Issaquah High School’s team was just named the 2019 National Champions!!! Ultimately they had 8 of the top 10 individual scores in the nation with all the students’ scores placing them in the top 1% of all competitors. Mind boggling Amazing! Grace Stretz won the Individual National Championship.
Instructor, Todd Parsons, commented that all of these students are so amazing and I could not be more proud of them. Their work ethic, relentless tenacity towards excellence, and overall approach to being a Sports Med Family is just so humbling to be a part of. It has been such an honor to be their guide on the journey of seeking personal greatness.
We are so thankful to be in such a supportive place here at Issaquah. Thank you to Issaquah School District, ISD CTE, all of the Issaquah High School Admin and Staff, IHS ASB, and ISF.
These students are leaving here with such an incredible experience and we are so thankful.
Students from Bridget John’s Photography 2 class at Issaquah High School enjoyed a sunny day at Pike Place Market, where their street photography skills were put to the test in a fun photography scavenger hunt!
35 Career and Technical Education students from across the district were honored for their hard work at the annual CTE Showcase. Teachers selected their outstanding CTE students for the honor. The event took place at Issaquah High School, where students displayed and demonstrated the projects they've worked on this year. They specialize in a huge range of fields, including culinary arts, computer science, marketing, American Sign Language, criminology, graphic design, and many more. Several staff members were also honored. Congrats, CTE students and staff!
Students from Rachel Heilman’s AP Psychology course at Issaquah High School traveled to the Center for Neurotechnology in the Gates Center/Bioengineering Dept at UW. The fantastic learning experience involved Dr. Chudler’s ability to really expand the students’ knowledge about the brain, the applications of neuroscience, and the interesting ways that career paths can take shape.