- Published in NW Stories
Western Washington’s 11 Catholic high schools are sending 1,457 graduates — 755 women and 702 men — out into the world this spring. On behalf of the entire Archdiocese of Seattle, Northwest Catholic is proud to honor the members of the class of 2017 for their achievements.
SEATTLE – In some ways, Sophia and Theodore Looney are very different. Sophia is intense, effusive, decisive and admittedly a little “rigid.” Theodore is more laid-back, soft-spoken, slow to commit, go-with-the-flow.
The Archdiocese of Seattle’s Catholic high schools are sending 1,461 graduates — 776 women and 685 men — out into the world this spring. Most of these graduating seniors will continue their educations next fall at scores of different colleges and universities. On behalf of the entire archdiocese, Northwest Catholic and participating high schools of Western Washington are proud to honor the members of the class of 2016 for their achievements.
Northwest Catholic’s second annual student essay contest drew entries from hundreds of students attending 43 of Western Washington’s 74 Catholic schools, all reflecting on how they see Christ in their schools.
TUKWILA – When the University of Notre Dame takes the lacrosse field here Oct. 18, it will challenge a U.S. Men’s National Team that includes a familiar face: Drew Snider, O’Dea High School’s lacrosse coach.