Super Kid

‘Family is made of love, and it doesn’t have to be by blood’

“Servant leader” Maddie Hill, an Archbishop Murphy senior, is inspired by her parents to help others.

 

Inclusion super important to Monroe High senior

Sarah Reeves worked to make homecoming more representative of the student population.

 

This week’s Herald Super Kid is Dhruvik Parikh, a senior at Jackson High School. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Jackson High TEDx speaker is plugged into renewable energy

Dhruvik Parikh, who is juiced about chemistry, spent a summer at MIT and will speak at TEDx Nov. 4.

 

This week’s Herald Super Kid, Kamiak senior Greg Marshall, is a kind and committed student leader. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Kamiak High senior accentuates the positive

Guiding principle for senior Greg Marshall: Kindness counts

This week’s Herald Super Kid, Kamiak senior Greg Marshall, is a kind and committed student leader. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
This week’s Herald Super Kid is Nathan Nicholson of Snohomish High School. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘The future is biotech,’ but for now he’s busy with everything

Snohomish senior Nathan Nicholson is a student leader and media master.

This week’s Herald Super Kid is Nathan Nicholson of Snohomish High School. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lake Stevens High senior has an entrepreneurial mind

John Cramer crafts and sells designer pens to help pay for college

Stanwood home schooler follows passion for fire science

Wade Grant, 18, recently earned his high school diploma through a home-schooling program. He also completed a few classes at Stanwood High School… Continue reading

Cascade High junior keeps busy setting a good example

Isrrael “Izzy” Munoz, 16, is starting his junior year at Cascade High School. He volunteered as a leader at Code Teen at the… Continue reading

Everett teen wants to help people be politically informed

Zack Demars, 18, grew up in Everett and graduated from Cascade High School in June. He plans to attend the University of Oregon… Continue reading

Marysville Pilchuck grad says tech can improve the world

Loren Anderson recently graduated as one of four valedictorians at Marysville Pilchuck High School. He is off soon to Gonzaga University in Spokane.… Continue reading

Cascade High senior to combine studies with love of animals

Jessica Stoller, 17, an incoming Cascade High School senior, is spending her summer volunteering at the Seattle Aquarium. Question: You’re also involved with… Continue reading

Brother with Down syndrome inspires Arlington sophomore

Trinity Klomparens, 15, will be a sophomore this fall. She recently attended the National Invitational Tournament of Champions, a Christian home school competition… Continue reading

That’s leadership: Mariner senior to be on School Board in fall

Dennis Mach finished his junior year at Mariner High School in June. Next year he will be a student representative on the Mukilteo… Continue reading

Arlington student, future zoologist, enamored with elephants

Kathryn Undercuffler, 16, is heading into her senior year at Arlington High School. She’s part of a world-class robotics team and was a… Continue reading

Bothell teen, aspiring scientist, assembled school TED talk

Deepthi Chandra has been setting an example for North Creek High, months before the brand new school prepares to welcome its first students… Continue reading

Lake Stevens grad headed to Brazil for church mission

Sean Lavering, 17, just graduated from Lake Stevens High School. He is planning to serve a two-year mission in Brazil for The… Continue reading

Jazz festival hit the right note for Mountlake Terrace student

Andrew Sumabat, who plays three instruments in the Mountlake Terrace jazz band, said he was star struck when he met with jazz great Wynton Marsalis… Continue reading

A health scare sparked her interest in sports medicine field

Abby Culver, 18, has been a student trainer for sports teams at Edmonds-Woodway High School. After being treated for a brain tumor, she decided to… Continue reading

Mountain View senior aims toward naturopathy or — who knows?

Selma Marin, 18, was so anxious when she came to Mountain View High School late in her sophomore year that she barely spoke… Continue reading

Next up for Snohomish senior: Neurobiology studies at UW

Jessica Shattuck, 17, has made the most of her four years at Snohomish High School. She will be saying goodbye to it as… Continue reading