North Central High School student Myah Rodriguez overcame childhood cancer to become a leader with a bright future.
At age 17, Brady Magruder has been a university professor, a high school basketball star, a con man and the president of Argentina. Magruder, an incoming senior at University High School, has acted in more than a dozen plays at his school and in the community since the eighth grade. Now, he’s hoping to take his act to a professional level.
For Ilina Logani, there’s a big difference between knowledge and education, and you can’t find either using a search engine.
After winning the top music prize at the Spokane Scholars banquet last month, Justin Cai did something even more remarkable: He donated half of his $4,000 prize to a nonprofit – one he founded – called “Music for Kids,” which provides music lessons to poor children.
Community service and teen activism are not just high school requirements for some teens. For those like 16-year-old Madelyn Dickens, community involvement is clearly based on her passion for social change, a yearning to help others, and a desire to use her voice to make the world a better place.
Morgan McGovern is on a fast track at Ferris High School to pursue a college degree and career plans in medicine.
A Mead High School junior has somehow learned to balance the demands of a 4.0 student, myriad school activities and community involvement to become the queen of the Girl Scout cookie.
When Shadle Park High School senior Cindy Mendoza is faced with a challenge, she doesn’t view it as a setback, but instead, an opportunity.
Farrah Faeq was just coming into her own in Spokane when President Donald Trump announced his first travel ban in early 2017.