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There’s nothing that Thomas Stark likes better than exploring the woods of North Idaho - camping, hunting, fishing and just seeing what is out there to see and discover.
Lake City High School’s Gavin Kariotis is a young man with many musical talents and a variety of interests that keep his feet both on the ground – and off.
A year and a half ago, Courtnay Harris was ready to throw in the towel. But when she began attending Eagle Peak School her second semester of junior year, her teachers and family witnessed a transformation.
Devon Mead has hurdled myriad adversities and challenges as a young woman, but has remained a shining star of motivation, determination and success at MEAD Alternative High School. Mead is scheduled to graduate this year.
As students move from their high school classrooms of 30-odd people to college lecture halls with 300-plus, the transition can be difficult. But for North Star senior Valerie Rehmke, the next step will be more of an adjustment than difficult.
North Central senior KiArra Thompson will be one of the first to say that your life can change overnight.
Nathanael Gardner has never forgotten where he came from.
Medical Lake Alternative High School senior hopes to run track in college.
Connor Johnson is scheduled to graduate from Valley Christian School. His summer is planned: He’s enlisted in the Army Reserve with an eye toward someday become a firefighter.
Despite medical problems, Eli Bambock keeps a positive outlook. Bambock is set to graduate from Central Valley High School.
Andrew “Dew” Rogers will be remembered in the Shadle Park High School record books as a standout wrestler.
Imagine being a high school student with a normal class schedule, playing a sport or two and trying to keep your grades up.
Sometimes, all it takes for a student to shine is finding a place to belong. For senior Haylee Alvarado, that place was the Community School.
The environment at Map High School helped senior Kira Wycoff transform from a “delinquent” into a confident and successful student who is set to graduate this year.
Minutes before stepping into a debate tournament, Lewis and Clark High School senior Ashley Amado received an email from Stanford University. Knowing she wouldn’t be able to focus on anything else, she opened it. Amado didn’t make it far into the email after reading the word “congratulations” in the first sentence.
The epitome of resilience, Jatayah Phelps has traveled far and wide to get where she is today. Living a life impoverished, Phelps had no consistency in her life until she stepped foot in Rogers High School. In her short lifetime, she has experienced homelessness three times. Before Rogers, Phelps attended seven schools in eight years, in three different states.
Coeur d’Alene High School senior found his home in music.
If Cody Bollum had a mantra or motto during his high school years it would’ve been: “Get Involved.”
Deer Park Home Link senior Anna Smoll plans to study vocal performance at George Fox University.
West Valley’s Ryan Hawkins kept up with school work through cancer treatments. He plans to attend University of Washington, and one day work on the video game “World of Warcraft.”