Josh Setala, a drummer with an ear for jazz, wants to study music in college and play it after.
Hannah Tran, who wants to work with kids, is eying careers in pediatrics and communication science.
Kya, 17, is editor in chief of the school paper. To her young cousins, she’s nail polisher in chief.
Spencer Sawyer, 17, believes in pushing herself. She’s already working on university applications.
Regina Lewis, 16, moved from California in 2018. She built a community here by saying “yes” to new things.
Within a month at Leaders in Learning, Abril Delamora Gonzalez’s grades and attendance recovered.
Armando Anguiano-Escutia, an ACES High School senior, caught up on credits at alternative school.
Paige Cox recently had an interview with Harvard. She’s the lead in both of this year’s school plays.
Jack Tutt once traded a drum set for a Ford Bronco. He also hung out with the drummer from Heart.
Kaylee Meyers, 14, was among six Washington teens on a Compassion 2020 trip with Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib.
As Gio Fregoso’s senior year winds down, the Bearcat wants to be a role model for younger students.
Nattapon Oonlamom, 17, moved from Thailand about seven years ago. Her dream school is Stanford.
Jasmine Romero hit a rough patch freshman year. Now, she wants students to know they’ll be alright.
Audrey, 16, is active in theater and started a feminism club. “I’m very vocal, always raising my hand.”
Mountlake Terrace High School senior Ella Seavers is a multi-instrumentalist with her eyes on the future.
Aaron Steich, a Cedar Park Christian senior, has done mission work for years at impoverished orphanages.
Jorge Ortiz, 17, a Lynnwood High senior, also is a bassist in the orchestra and a sandwich artist.
Orion Green is an Eagle Scout, pole vaulter and sousaphone player, who likes math and robots.
Stanwood High School senior Jetlynn Hau graduates this spring. She hopes to swim in college in 2020.
Aaron Anzalone is an anchor for a student show, emcees pep rallies, swims and loves Super Smash Bros.