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Laela Leyva recently competed in a National American Miss pageant and does sports year-round.
River O’Connor already has made a splash with his computer skills.
Fatima Al-Mayyahi, who works as a Boeing 777X mechanic, is studying to become an engineer.
While at Lynnwood High, Sea Choi traveled with officials to Damyang — and translated.
“It would be very difficult for me to tell a patient, ‘I don’t know why this disease is happening.’”
Erin White has been shooting arrows since she was 8. She loves to travel and see new places.
Alexis Eacret took first place for women at the O-Mok-See competition in Idaho a few weeks ago.
‘I have three options I’m staring at now,’ Anna King says.
The Edmonds-Woodway senior loves art, but will probably study nursing in college.
Samantha Coughlan graduated from Everett High School and earned an associate degree from EvCC.
Swim team captain Gabrielle Schmidt headed to Gonzaga.
Lily Morgan, a Sultan High grad, was involved in almost every club at school, plus sports.
The 2017 Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County’s Youth of the Year will attend Seattle University.
Dakota Brown hones his welding skills at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center. Next up is EvCC.
At the homeschool program Academy Northwest, senior Jacob Nowlan finds himself thriving again.
Trevor LaFond has left past struggles behind at Leaders in Learning High School in Monroe.
Jean Christian Niyonkuru pursues his love of cars at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center.
Robert Knight is building on his home-schooling with courses in precision machining and electronics.
Glacier Peak High School senior Freja Jorgensen was drawn to theater early on.
Grace Fortney created an award-winning seatbelt safety video.