P.E.O. Sisterhood awards two scholarships to EHS graduates

Megan Miller received the prestigious STAR Award with its $2,500 grant.

The Enumclaw chapter of the Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO) recently awarded several scholarships to recently-graduated Enumclaw High students.

The big winner was Megan Miller, who received the $2,500 STAR Scholarship from the PEO Sisterhood.

The STAR Scholarship is competitive, and PEO Chapters recommend applicants to the parent organization.

For the scholarship, Miller highlighted her membership to the National Honor Society, her athletic record on both the high school gymnastics and tennis teams, and that she was on the Principal’s list of the top two students of her junior class.

She also received the AP Scholar Award in 2020, 2021, and 2022, and maintained a 4.0 GPA though her four years of high school while taking eight AP classes and two college dual-enrollment courses.

Miller ranked first in her class when she graduated, and hopes to attend The University of California Santa Barbara in the fall to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree. Her ultimate goal is to become a medical doctor.

EHS senior Reagan Chevalier also received a $1,000 scholarship from the local PEO chapter; she will be attending Montana State this fall studying wildlife management and research.

Reagan Chevalier and her mother Tena. Courtesy photo

Reagan Chevalier and her mother Tena. Courtesy photo