Super Kid

Likes leadership: Has been involved in leadership class since her sophomore year. Helped organize proms last year and this year. Recently booked the Everett Events Center for this year’s prom in May. Last year’s was at the Seattle aquarium.

Leadership II: Really enjoyed this year’s food drive in which the high school provided 25 local families with food and presents. “We wanted to keep it in the community. It was very emotional.”

Soccer year-round: Goal is to play collegiate-level soccer for a Division II school, such as Western Washington University of Pacific Lutheran University. Plays for her high school and a select team that has traveled far and wide for tournaments.

Grounded in Granite: “I like being in a small town because I have a lot of close friends I have known since first grade, and it’s a nice environment to be around. I really like the trails that surround Granite and the ice caves and Monte Cristo.”

Summer job: Works for the Marysville Parks and Recreation department with summer camps.

Good and busy: Serves as president of school’s Future Business Leaders of America, secretary of the honor society, public relations officer for the student body and is the lone student representative to the learning improvement team, which sets academic strategies for the high school. Also part of Spanish Club.

Favorite movies: “Goodwill Hunting” and “Mr. Holland’s Opus.”

Favorite books: “Flowers For Algernon” and “The Good Earth.”

Likes music Has played piano since the second grade and continues to practice every day. Prefers classical. “It’s kind of relaxing after a big day.”

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