MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Alexandra Leerhoff and Lorenzo Hubbert were named the Students of the Month for September.
Leerhoff has a cumulative GPA of 4.0, and has been on the Honor Roll since 2010 and on National Honor Society since 2012.
She was named the M-PHS Student of the Year for both 2012 and 2013 in science and English, and was nominated for and awarded a scholarship from the Freemasons this year.
She’s currently a college prep scholar through Quest Bridge.
Leerhoff played as a member of the M-PHS Girls Tennis Team Junior Varsity in 2011, and Varsity in 2012-13, and as a member of the school’s Knowledge Bowl team in 2012-13.
She received first place district-wide in the PTSA Reflections Art Competition in 2010 and 2012, and in the Scholastic Art Competition, she won the Golden Key in 2012 and the Silver Key in 2013.
Leerhoff’s volunteer work for National Honor Society since 2012 has included after-school tutoring.
She also volunteers through the Youth Group at the Shoultes Gospel Hall in Marysville, which she attends twice a week, and she’s volunteered at Marysville Middle School PTSA-sponsored events.
In addition to serving as Treasurer for the M-PHS Chapter of National Honor Society, Leerhoff’s tenure as a Senior Cabinet member has seen her serve as a Commencement Co-Chair, as well as on the Planning and Setup Committee for the Senior Cruise and Homecoming.
Hubbert has a 4.0 for every year of high school, and received a Freemason Achievement Award earlier this year for outstanding performance in his school and community.
He received a graphic design award from the M-PHS Festival of the Arts in 2011, and the Best Coil Vase Ceramics I Award from the M-PHS Festival of the Arts in 2013.
He also received an honorable mention in the 2013 Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition for his film “The MP Story,” and a Tommie Award for hosting the MP Film Festival, in addition to helping the MP Film Club earn a Tommie for the video “The Cure.”
Hubbert founded both the MP Film Club and the MP Film Festival to encourage his classmates to express their creativity, and aided M-PHS Principal Andrew Frost in producing the documentary “The MP Story” to chronicle the challenges facing some of his classmates
A Scout since he was 11 years old, Hubbert served as Varsity Team Captain, then Crew President of his Venture Scout Crew, and earned the rank of Eagle Scout by constructing a fence around the Kitchen Garden of Jennings Park.
Hubbert’s community involvement has also encompassed the refurbishment of a number of city of Marysville Parks projects in conjunction with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as well as his current term on the Marysville Youth Council since the start of this year, which has seen him repainting neighborhood fences that were tagged with graffiti.
Hubbert’s leadership positions in the quorums of young men in his church have also tasked him with serving as president of the 14- and 15-year-olds, and then as first counselor of the 16- and 17-year-olds.