Coupeville High School seniors Valen Trujillo and Mitchell Carroll were chosen as Students of the Quarter by the Coupeville Lions Club. Photo provided

Coupeville Lions recoginize Students of the Quarter

Coupeville Lions recently honored seniors Mitchell Carroll and Valen Trujillo as the club’s Students of the Quarter.

Trujillo maintains a 3.92 GPA. She is in Honors English, which is also her favorite subject. All four years of high school, she has played volleyball and tennis and was captain of both teams. This fall she is planning to attend George Fox University.

With a 3.83 GPA, Carroll is in AP classes including English and physics. He is a member of National Honor Society and has participated in the science Olympiad for two years. He was chosen to participate in youth leadership training his freshman year of high school.

Carroll’s favorite subjects are calculus and physics. He played football for three years and participated in track and field for four years. He also is involved in youth sailing. After graduation he plans to go to a university in California or the University of Washington to become an engineer.

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