Mercer Island High School held its 62nd commencement on June 11 at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. Photo by Joseph Chen

Mercer Island High School held its 62nd commencement on June 11 at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. Photo by Joseph Chen

Nominations open for 2020 Pathfinder Awards

The awards honor Mercer Island High School alumni

  • Saturday, January 11, 2020 1:30am
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The nomination period now is open for 2020 Pathfinder Awards.

The awards honor Mercer Island High School alumni.

It’s the Mercer Island School District’s fifth annual Pathfinder Awards. The award celebrates graduates of Mercer Island High School whose achievements, strength of character, and citizenship inspire and challenge today’s youth. The deadline to submit nominations online is Jan. 17, 2020.

MIHS alumni have impacted the world in different fields, including arts and athletics, business, education, entertainment, law, medicine, the military, philanthropy and volunteerism, politics and public service, religion, scholarship and science.

Any person may recommend a graduate other than the award’s selection committee members. Go online to mercerislandschools.org/alumni to view the selection criteria, a list of past recipients and to submit a nomination online.

Winners will be honored at the Mercer Island Schools Foundation’s Breakfast of Champions on April 28, 2020.


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