Lions honor students of the quarter

Coupeville High School seniors Kaela Hollrigel and Nicholas Dionas were named students of the quarter by the Coupeville Lions Club. Photo provided

Coupeville Lions Club honored Coupeville High School seniors Kaela Hollrigel and Nicholas Dion as its students of the quarter Wednesday night.

Hollrigel is a cheer captain, working with the junior cheerleading program and also participated in track and field. She maintains a 3.68 gpa and is an officer in the National Honor Society.

Holligrel is also the vice president of the ASB and previously served as secretary.

This fall, Holligrel plans to attend Washington State University, majoring in pre-health for nursing. Her goal is to become a labor/delivery room or pediatric nurse.

Dion, who recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout, is a member of the National Honor Society and has participated in the Science Olympiad for four years.

He maintains a 3.97 gpa and takes AP classes including English, calculus, history and statistics.

Dion also participates in soccer and tennis.

After graduation, he plans to study bioengineering and serve on a hospital ship.

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