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History a focus at St. George’s, veterans cemetery

St. George’s School senior Cody Mekus brought some students last fall to Frankie Doodle’s in downtown Spokane to interview a group of Vietnam War veterans. Mekus, a history buff, was compiling a database of area veterans for his Eagle Scout project. Mekus interviewed a man who said he had never found anyone he could talk to about one of his wartime experiences until then, and it felt good to get it off his chest. Mekus said the Army helicopter pilot “had one of the most interesting stories.”

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Community School graduate Alyson Meginniss is wired to lead

Alyson Meginniss slept through her science class her freshman year because she was so bored. Flash forward to senior year, and Meginniss was teaching other students about electrical wiring as captain of the school’s robotics team. The difference? Switching from a mainstream high school to The Community School as a sophomore.
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Northwest Christian graduates Ani, Adi Purohith have strong study ethic

Adi and Ani Purohith are grateful for many things. The twin brothers are grateful for each other and consider themselves best friends. They are grateful for their parents, who sacrificed a lot to move the family from India to the United States when the twins were 2 so they could have a better education. They are grateful for their high school, where they have been able to grow in their faith and academics and form bonds with other students and teachers. And, they are grateful for God, who, as Ani Purohith said, is a main reason for everything they do.