Audrey Nordstrom and Jack Dilworth. Photos courtesy of the Mercer Island School District

Audrey Nordstrom and Jack Dilworth. Photos courtesy of the Mercer Island School District

Seniors named Rotary students of the month

  • Tuesday, February 16, 2021 1:30pm
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Mercer Island High School (MIHS) seniors Audrey Nordstrom and Jack Dilworth have been selected as February Students of the Month by the Rotary Club of Mercer Island. The club chooses MIHS seniors each month for this honor and they are nominated by their teachers.

Nordstrom is a leader and active member of the National Charity League, where she regularly supports many area organizations. She has traveled to Africa, checking in on the 60-plus Kenyan girls her club supports by paying their high school tuition fees. In lacrosse, she works hard to demonstrate passion and leadership for a team she helped lead to a state championship.

Golf captain Dilworth led his team to a 10-1 record and top state ranking last year. Dilworth gives back to the younger golf community by coaching with First Tee, and also mentors middle school golfers to prepare them for the high school team. He volunteers in the community, particularly through the National League of Young Men, where he has also held leadership positions.


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