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Dec 14

Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarship

“In 2008, Kaiser Permanente Northwest founded the Health Care Career Scholarship Program to help students in Oregon and Southwest Washington achieve their dreams of becoming health care professionals. Since then, Kaiser Permanente Northwest has invested more than $2.3 million in the program, including scholarship awards totaling more than $2 million. Scholarships are awarded annually to …

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Dec 01

Senior Symposium

Throughout the year we have many opportunities to get together. In December we will have our annual Senior Symposium where the MST Magnet Seniors will present a poster fair to showcase their research during their 2015 summer internships. This is one of our required events for all students (9th-12th). Parents are more than welcome. Location: …

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May 22

Greene to be Published in Journal of Neuroscience

The Magnet class of 2015 is intent on squeezing every last bit of potential out of their senior year.  We learned just today that Magnet senior Rachel Greene, who worked in an internship this year at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), will receive a co-author credit in the July, 2015 issue of The …

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May 21

2015 Magnet Student Research Symposium

Magnet students in grades 9-12 presented this year’s research and project work at our 8th annual CHS MST Student Research Symposium. This year’s showcase included more than 45 original research projects.  Accenting the scientific overtones of the showcase were several student musicians from the program who provided piano entertainment in the Commons. After the open …

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Apr 02

Magneto Meets Mr. President

Magnet senior Reese Pathak recently traveled to Washington D.C. as part of his being named a 2015 finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search 2015. Shown in the picture below, President Barack Obama greets the 2015 Intel Science Talent Search finalists, including our very own Reese (second from right), who was recently accepted to Stanford and Yale. Congratulations, …

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Mar 12

Magnet Senior Sophie Shoemaker published in American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Over the last two summers, Sophie has worked with Dr. Victoria Roberts studying the impact that Vitamin C has on ameliorating the effects of nicotine on placental blood flow. Sophie and the team were published in the March 2015 issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Congratulations, Sophie! We look forward to watching …

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Feb 12

Surviving the Winter Wait, Elite Apps, & Underrated Colleges

High school seniors spend months if not years agonizing over their college choices and the application process. Once the apps are submitted, the excruciating act of waiting begins. In this Huffington Post article, the author describes the Surviving the Winter Waiting Game Process with some great tips for making the most of this tough waiting period. …

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Feb 10

Magnet Musicians Earn Accolades in Vancouver

Seniors Yun Teng and JJ Guo performed in the 21st Annual Young Artists Competition this last Sunday, February 8th, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Vancouver.  This annual competition features students performing their selections in a concert setting before a live audience. The top three contestants earn the right to perform with The Vancouver Symphony Orchesta at Skyview Concert …

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Jan 31


“Two high school seniors from Washington State will receive a full scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists and other professionals from the academic and corporate worlds.  The nearly month-long experience includes lectures and hands-on research projects presented by scientists from across the nation, overnight camping trips into the Monogahela National Forest, and a visit to …

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Jan 22

Violin Concert to Feature Magnet Senior Teng

Magnet Senior “Yun Teng, 17, will play as a guest soloist in the Willamette Falls Symphony’s concert Sunday in Oregon City, Ore. He will play his 350-year-old violin with the Oregon City-based orchestra during the performance of Jean Sibelius’ “Violin Concerto.” Teng has played with the Portland Youth String Ensemble and the Portland Youth Philharmonic. …

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