Frances Scott-Weis is a Running Start student at Everett Community College as well as a senior at Sky Valley Education Center in Monroe. She hopes to attend the University of Washington in the fall to study applied mathematics. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Frances Scott-Weis is a Running Start student at Everett Community College as well as a senior at Sky Valley Education Center in Monroe. She hopes to attend the University of Washington in the fall to study applied mathematics. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Hard work in math is adding up for Sky Valley senior

Frances Scott-Weis is a Running Start student at EvCC who loves solving problems and traveling.

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