Senior at W.F. West Admitted to Columbia University in NYC

W.F. West High School senior Rory Slattery has been admitted to Columbia University in New York City for this fall.

Slattery is a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. She has taken advanced coursework in the STEM area and every available Advanced Placement class offered at W.F. West. In 2015, she piloted a new human geography advanced placement class.

She has taken numerous SAT subject tests and college in the high school pre-calculus. She currently has a 4.0 grade point average and is No. 1 in her class.

In addition to taking advantage of rigorous college preparatory work at W.F. West, Slattery has been an active student leader. She is president of the school’s 150 member National Honor Society, president of the Global History and Culture Club, public relations lead of the FIRST Robotics Competition team 4060, and a team captain of the varsity Knowledge Bowl team.

Stattery performed with the W.F. West Theatre in productions of “Mulan” and “The Addams Family.”

Chehalis MS Students Chosen for All-State Musical Groups

The following Chehalis Middle School students have been selected to participate in the 2016 Junior All-State Honor musical groups:

Alexandra Chilson, sixth grade, alto voice, Junior All-State Youth Choir

Daniel Santiago, seventh grade, bass clarinet, Junior All-State Band

Theodore Holmes, seventh grade, percussion, Junior All-State Band

Christian Iverson, seventh grade,  percussion, Junior All-State Band

Jacob Blomdahl, eighth grade, euphonium/baritone horn, Junior All-State Band

Rubilynn Saranchuk, eighth grade, tuba, Junior All-State Band

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