Seward High School
Meghan Mullaly, Class of 2019
A four-year member of both the swim and soccer teams, Ms. Meghan Mullaly also represented her class and school in student council. She won significant recognition and awards in every juried art show in which she contributed, supports her school and classmates through all of her volunteerism and leading by example. Within this level of athletic, artistic, and civil engagement, Meghan still maintained a 4.023 grade point average.
Nearing the end of the school year, Principal Walker had an epiphany when he realized that, “No matter what, Ms. Meghan Mullaly is going to make sure that things get done correctly!” He recognized that Meghan worked on every dance since she began her first year—even though she was not always a formal a member of the group hosting the dance. He made a final observation during graduation set-up when a paper was slightly misaligned and she asked him to correct it. This final act of service to her class and the school created a graduation of which she and the entire community were proud.
Meghan will put her artistic and academic prowess to work at Lindfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. “We at Seward High are quite confident that everyone at Lindfield will quickly recognize that they will also be as proud as we are to claim her as one of their own,” said Principal Walker.
- Read the student newspaper, SHS Today: The Student News Site of Seward High School
- Connect with the Seward High School website
- Kenai Peninsula Borough School District KPBSD.org
The mission of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is to empower all learners to positively shape their futures.
Read the SHS Today story: The Meghan Mullaly You Don’t Know