Eastside students graduate from Providence Classical Christian School

Two Kirkland students graduated from the school and will go on to study at universities.

  • Thursday, June 21, 2018 12:30pm
  • Life

Numerous Eastside students recently graduated from the Providence Classical Christian School in Bothell.

Two Kirkland residents, Michael Howard and Caleb Pineda, graduated from the school..

Michael is the son of Henry and Jane Howard of Kirkland. He graduated magna cum laude and was active in soccer, lacrosse, basketball, drama, music, photography, journalism, and student leadership, and received the Cliff Gillies Award for athletics. Michael will attend Biola University where he was awarded the Provost Scholarship to study business administration and marketing.

Caleb is the son of Tong and Jennifer Pineda of Kirkland. He will attend Corban University to study sports recreation management and business. While at Providence, Caleb was active in soccer, lacrosse, basketball, art, drama, yearbook, student leadership, and music, and received the Athlete of the Year award.

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