MIHS Junior Subhadra Vadlamannati Attends National Youth Leadership Council Conference
Mercer Island, WA, April 7, 2023 - The National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC) hosted their 34th annual conference, the National Services-Learning Conference, in Nashville, Tennessee from April 2 to April 5.
Five teams from across the United States were chosen to receive a full scholarship to attend the NYLC National Service-Learning Conference, and MIHS junior Subhadra Vadlamannati was one of those five.
The conference is the largest gathering of educators, youth and organizations passionate about education, youth activism and engagement.
Vadlamannati was honored to present her United States congressional award winning app 'EduLang' at the conference.
“It was an honor to be a part of the NYLC (SLC23) conference. I was so inspired by all of the amazing stories shared and the innovative ideas discussed as well as sharing the stage with amazing leaders like AmeriCorpsCEO, Khalique Rogers,” said Vadlamannati.
"I look forward to bringing the ideas, feedback, and inspiration back to MIHS,” continued Vadlamannati.
Mercer Island High School’s Media Technology, Filmmaking, and Storytelling Class announced today that two student works have been named Best Student Works in the record breaking 44th Annual Telly Awards.
The grant from MISF provided students with two workshops with a guest artist from Seattle Shakespeare. In one of the workshops students were guided by the guest artist in the language, characterization, and world of Shakespeare.
The MIHS team represented Mercer Island by bringing their ‘A’ game to these challenging events by exhibiting poise, determination, grit, creativity, and sheer hard work. There were 253 MIHS DECA students that began the year with the Area 3 DECA competition in January. Five MIHS students made it onto the stage as finalists in Orlando out of the 22,000 students that competed.
This afternoon at Mercer Island High School (MIHS) a new campaign called "Island Space" was launched by Mercer Island Youth and Family Services (MIYFS) and SAFE (Super Awesome Fun Events) Club students.
The National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC) hosted their 34th annual conference, the National Services-Learning Conference, in Nashville, Tennessee from April 2 to April 5.