Along with earning a high school diploma, several Monroe Public Schools’ students also received their Associate of Arts degrees from local community colleges through the state’s Running Start program.
Through Running Start, students in grades 11 and 12 are allowed to take college courses at state community and technical colleges, as well as some universities. Students do not pay tuition, though they must pay college fees, buy books, and provide their own transportation. Credits earned apply for both high school graduation requirements and college degrees.
The graduates earned their degrees from Bellevue College, Cascadia Community College, and Everett Community College.
Students from Monroe High Students from Sky Valley Education Center
|Daniel Bender||Tatiana Bickler|
|Brandie Canales||Rebekah Elles|
|Taylor Doner||Angeleah Harper|
|Deborah Irwin||Casey Kienzle|
|Emily Maki||Julie Lewis|
|Dylan Marashi||Aliya Matthews|
|Liliya Mokrinskaya||Jessica Mellinger|
|Christopher Olson||Aidan Montgomery|
|Julia Oylear||David Singleton|
|Mallory Suggs||Hannah Toutonghi|
|Emily Woodland||Brandon Wood|