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TAF@Saghalie Class of 2021: Stats, Lists, and Post-Secondary Plans

 In #TAFSchools, TAF@Saghalie

It’s almost the end of the school year, which means our TAF@Saghalie graduating seniors are eagerly preparing for their next steps beyond high school. Faced with making the first big decision of their post-secondary life, the Class of 2021 has many exciting opportunities and offers ahead of them that reflect their strong record of academic excellence and achievements. It is clear that these seniors have risen above and beyond to prepare for their futures, despite enduring a year full of challenges. In celebration of their individual and collective achievements, we’ve gathered some end-of-year stats and lists to highlight their recent accomplishments and future plans.


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Currently Earning College Credit
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Starting College in Fall 2022
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FAFSA Completion Rate
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Graduation Rate
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Total Scholarships & Grants Awarded


Colleges/Post-Secondary Plans

  • Apprenticeship/Workshops
  • California State Polytechnic University Pomona
  • Central Washington University
  • Gap Year
  • Highline College
  • Howard University
  • Minnesota State University
  • Seattle Film Institute
  • Seattle Pacific University
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • University of Southern California
  • University of Washington – Seattle
  • Washington State University
  • Western Washington University
  • Whitworth University

Declared Majors/Fields

  • 3D Modeling & Animation
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Cybersecurity
  • Education
  • Film Production
  • Informatics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology

Scholarships & Grants Awarded

  • Costco Scholarship
  • Creighton University Scholarship
  • Fine Arts Scholarship 
  • Hanin Award
  • Puget Sound Alumni Scholarship
  • Puget Sound Scholarship
  • SPU Merit Scholarship
  • SPU Virtual Visit Scholarship
  • Seattle University Achievement Scholarship
  • Seattle University Redhawk Grant
  • UNC Chapel Hill Scholarship
  • UW University Scholarship
  • University of Arizona Distinction Award
  • University of California Irvine Scholarship
  • University of Portland Scholarship
  • University of Southern California Scholarship
  • WSU Distinguished University Scholarship
  • Washington College Grant
  • Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
  • Washington State University Scholarship


Congratulations, Class of 2021 – you made it! Despite the challenges brought forth in the past year, your class has demonstrated a remarkable level of academic resilience and strength that only you and other graduating seniors across the nation can fully attest to. Having to navigate your senior year, one of the biggest transitional years of your life, is already difficult and confusing enough in normal times. Add on the unpredictability and hard-hitting reality of a pandemic; the frustrations and exhaustion of learning via Zoom; inadequate opportunities to connect with your friends and teachers; missed experiences of classic senior year events; facing overwhelming decisions about life after high school; yet you all are here, you made it. 

Proud is an understatement. All of us at TAF and TAF@Saghalie are absolutely amazed, inspired by, and excited for you to propel into your futures and pursue your dreams beyond high school. Seeing how you have demonstrated true academic excellence with such determination in the face of adversity, there is no doubt that you will all rock the world with your unique talents, bright ideas, and sharp minds. You are the generation of change we are waiting for – each and every one of you has what it takes to lead, create, and secure a better future. And no matter where that takes you, near or far, you will always have a place in the heart of the Wolfpack.

Here’s to the Class of 2021!

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