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West Valley High School senior Kyle Mangum set two goals before graduation: complete 400 hours of community service and maintain a 4.0 grade point average.
Caleb Schrader, who will graduate from TEC at Bryant, hopes to attend Oklahoma Christian University and pursue math education. He also received offers of academic and choral scholarships from the university
Whatever it is, University High School senior Alena Saldivar gets it done.
Huong Nguyen walks to school every day, but her home is 7,000 miles away.
Joseph Kamau is set to graduate from Shadle Park High School with plans to pursue a passion for acting.
STEM Academy senior Grant Hill has his sights firmly set on his future, with everything from his status as his class’s valedictorian to his volunteer work leading toward his goal of becoming a doctor.
After undergoing hardships and health issues that would devastate many adults, Peyton Lightsey is rising from the ashes, stretching her wings and getting ready to soar.
Nilam Karki is set to graduate with the Rogers High School class of 2019
Elenor Wiens loves people.
Once introverted and shy, North Star School senior Gabriella Alvarez overcame a speech impediment to find her voice through YMCA’s Youth and Government program.
The future is Jaeylin.
Students who’ve struggled in traditional classrooms often find their path to success in smaller alternative school settings.
Many of us have trouble standing out in high school. Katelyn Gilchrist is not one of those people.
Bol Pennington is a “one-in-million person,” says student support official Star Chavez.
Nicolas Burrows is ready to take flight from Mt. Spokane High School in more ways than one.
Self-taught and motivated Abigail Knudtson , a Northwest Christian School senior, has plans of turning her love for horses into a career.
Map senior Faith Wisehart hopes to pursue culinary arts and business in college and someday own a restaurant.
Despite the immense adversity that she has faced in her 18 years, Medical Lake High School senior Sierra Brock is no stranger to triumph.
Mead High School senior Corrie Grieves is not one to sit idle. The honor roll student seems determined to be in as many school clubs and activities outside of school as possible.
Riverside High School senior Sandra Kunkel is quiet and soft-spoken, but she doesn’t need words to make herself heard. She speaks through her art.