Rotary honors Students of the Month at Everett high schools

The Rotary Club of Everett honors Students of the Month from local high schools.

From Cascade High School, the Rotary honored ASB President Connor Robinson who plans to pursue a career as a neurosurgeon; Yasin Alissa, who plans to study science at the University of Washington or Stanford University; and Thi Vu, who plans to attend the University of California Berkeley and ultimately study law.

Honored from Everett High School were Karia Equihua, who intends to pursue a business degree from the University of Washington Bothell; Amy Nguyen, who plans to attend medical school at the UW; and Courtney Hooks.

From Sequoia High School, selected students were Elie Brisced, who plans a career in nursing; Natalie Prosper, who plans to study computer science at Western Washington University; and Ojevan Rakin, who may return to his homeland in the Marshall Islands and study nursing.

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