Celebrations, Recognitions and Announcements

  • Good News March 14, 2023

    Posted by Gerardo Fernandez on 3/15/2023

    Congratulations to Keanu Earnest, who has been chosen as the 2023 Federal Way Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year! Keanu was recognized by the Federal Way Boys and Girls Club for this prestigious award for demonstrating leadership, service, academic excellence, and dedication to living a healthy lifestyle. 

    Keanu was honored at the King County event and also received a $500 scholarship. His goal is to attend college after high school.

    Congratulations Keanu and for your commitment to school, volunteering, and the community. We are #FWPSproud of you!
    Keanu Earnest 2023 Federal Way Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year

    Congratulations to our Special Olympics Basketball Team, Federal Way Stars, for winning the State Championship Senior Division!

    FWPS partners with Special Olympics to offer scholars with disabilities the opportunity to participate in athletics and be empowered with a sense of belonging.

    The team competed through the King County Sub Regionals and the King County Regionals tournaments to win both gold medals and was later awarded the State Championship.

    Congratulations to Jun Frame, Jackie Bagley, Ammar AlQaraghuli, Dylan Ortiz De Anaya, Osman Hamid, Grace Salavea, Abdelaziz Hamid, and coaches Terry Lathan, Tony Schoeler, and Evan Jordan. 

    We are #FWPSProud of team Federal Way Stars!

    Special Olympics Basketball Team Federal Way Stars

    Congratulations to three of our Federal Way High School scholars for winning awards at the 2023 Regional Thespys.

    The International Thespian Excellence Awards recognize the highest level of achievement in school theatre performance, technical theatre, writing, and filmmaking.

    Congratulations to Wilbur Anderson, Hannah Rose, Lucy Amonn, coaches, teachers and staff. We are #FWPSProud of you all!

    2023 Regional Thespys Award winners

    Congratulations to Federal Way High School scholars, Emma McCann and Graciela Knudsen for earning the Cambridge International AS Level Scholar Award with Merit

    This prestigious award was issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education to recognize their outstanding performance in the Cambridge International June 2022 exams. 

    The Cambridge examinations are taken by learners in over 40 countries around the world and acknowledge scholars for their exemplary academic performance. 

    We’re #FWPSProud of our scholars for demonstrating academic excellence within our local and global community.  

    Emma McCann and Graciela Knudsen won Cambridge International AS Level Scholar Award with Merit

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  • Good News Feb. 28, 2023

    Posted by Gerardo Fernandez on 3/1/2023

    Congratulations to the 33 Thomas Jefferson High School mathletes for their participation and success in the Math is Cool State Masters Competition. The competition consisted of over 200 students with schools across the state competing with one another.  

    Congratulations Nash Heo (first place overall in the Pre-Calculus Division), Sanchit Sharma (second place overall in the Algebra 2 Division), and Jenny Luong (third place overall in the Pre-Calculus Division).

    TJHS Math is Cool Masters Competition  

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    Congratulations to the Evergreen Middle School team for their success and advancing all the way to the semifinals of the First LEGO League Competition

    Evergreen Middle School competed against 30 qualifying teams and over 200 students from the greater Puget Sound area.

    Evergreen Middle School Lego League

    Congratulations to our Woodmont K-8 and Meredith Hill Elementary scholars for their success and placing in the Elementary Math Bonanza competition. Our scholars placed first, second, and third in the 5th grade division!

    Congratulations Woodmont's Kaiden Shinn (first place in the fifth grade division), Woodmont's Asher Bonnah (second place in the fifth grade division), and Alejandro Ortiz (third place in the fifth grade division).


    Woodmont and Meredith Hill Math Bonanza competition

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