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Sep 17

Four CHS/MST seniors named National Merit Finalists!

We are proud of these CHS Papermakers! Congratulations goes out to Angela Xu, Abigail Jiang, Maia Kawamura, and Monica Chang (left to right), who have been recognized as National Merit Semi-finalists based on their PSAT scores from last year. Way to go, Magnetos! The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships …

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Sep 14

Micah the Mighty Marathoner!

MST junior Mackenzie Snell recently published a book, Micah the Mighty Marathoner, that chronicles the journey of her brother Micah. Check out her recent interview with Lacamas Magazine about the process and journey of putting this book together. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnM_6okZGSs[/embedyt]

Sep 14

MST Senior Travels to Beijing for Yale Program

“The Yale Young Global Scholars Program (YYGS) is a summer academic enrichment and leadership program that brings together outstanding high school students from around the world for intensive two-week sessions on Yale’s campus in New Haven and the Yale Center Beijing in China.” MST senior Kaitlin Beel participated in this past summer’s Beijing cohort of …

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Jun 20

Rising MST Jr. Slated to Spend Year in Ghana

Rising MST junior Emma McBride is the recent recipient of a prestigious full scholarship to study abroad next year in Ghana. The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, offers American high school students and recent graduates full scholarships to study …

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Mar 05

Gabe Speaks: CHS/MST Sr. Reflects on Fly-in Visits at Four Major Universities

CHS/MST senior Gabe Mukobi wasn’t quite sure where he wanted to go to college, so he took advantage of a little known program that many universities support called pre-admission fly-in. The basic idea of these programs is that, “One of the most important factors in deciding if a college is right for you is whether …

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Feb 12

CHS/MST jr. Monica Chang wins the local Knight Essay contest!

CHS/MST jr. Monica Chang wins the local Knight Essay contest!   Here’s the message we received today: “It’s with great pleasure to announce that Monica Chang, a junior at Camas High School, is the local winner of the Knight Essay competition for the Sons of The American Legion, Ft. Vancouver Chapter.   Monica wrote an …

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Feb 07

Magnet Shirt 2018

Hey Magnetos, We are ordering shirts for MST Magnet! Please let us know on this survey if you will be buying one – you have the option between a t-shirt, long sleeve, and hoodie. The design below was created by our wonderful Justine P! If you are interested in buying one, please complete the survey …

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Feb 07

MST Jr. Kaitlin Beel Honored by VFW

We mentioned back in December how Magnet sophomore Jaden Kim was honored by the local VFW (Jaden Kim VFW) through an extra credit assignment in Mr. Greene’s class, but little did we know until recently that Magnet junior Kaitlin Beel was also honored as a winner by the Vancouver VFW post!  Kaitlin’s winning essay was …

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Feb 06

Senior Alaya Mays Statebound in POL!

Camas High School recently held its school contest for Poetry Out Loud during finals week.  Some 40 students from the individual classroom competitions met that morning to recite poems they had selected and interpreted. Eight of those 40 advanced to the finals, and three of those eight were MST Magnet students. Sophomores Chloe Higgins, Thomas …

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Dec 07

Magnet Sophomore Jaden Kim Honored by Local VFW Post

Magnet sophomore Jaden Kim debated the effort to reward ratio when he considered the extra credit writing assignment Mr. Greene offered in early November via the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) essay contest.  In the end, Mr. Kim decided it was worth it. Little did he know when he submitted his essay that (besides …

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