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Gio Bryan wants to work at Boeing. First, he’s graduating from an alternative high school in Tulalip.
Nancy Enick, 18, started at Heritage High School this school year. She’s since gotten straight As.
Caleb Sanders, a senior at Grace Academy in Marysville, plans to major in business.
Immigrating to the US as a fifth-grader, Kimberly Placido will be moving on to UW this fall.
Meanwhile, Lakewood High School senior Stella Seth is staging a comeback in track after tearing her ACL.
Navid Rahbin, a North Creek High School junior, is creating illustrations, photos and video.
Clay Freeman hopes to study at community college and become a financial planner.
After a rough freshman year, Devan Page found her footing at the alternative high school in Everett.
Britta Sinclair cheered through the streets of New York. She’s a senior at Mountlake Terrace high.
“There’s a disconnect between teachers and the people who make policy,” says Sophie Burbank.
With pastors for parents, Elijah Beals, 18, has a passion for people, soccer and all kinds of music.
Favian Villanueva competes in cross country and track, is ASB vice president and a physics tutor.
Margaret Schroeder was one of 27 Kamiak students who participated in the Kakehashi Project exchange.
Liam Taylor, a Sequoia High School graduating senior, wants to be an underwater welder.
Avery Riggs loves chemistry and plans to attend a conference in June for future medical leaders.
Patrick Hess, 20, talks to anybody and everybody. He also loves powerlifting and Eminem.
Aleksander Dimitrov, of Granite Falls, wants to become a software engineer.
Thomas Cripe is a drum major, bass player and Eagle Scout. He’s also looking for some gigs.
An inspiring teacher led Macie Bailey to early admission at Central Washington University.
Kalani Taladoc, who plays the violin, is fascinated by biomedical engineering.