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Ethan Kelly, 17, has played clarinet for years. After high school, he hopes to study sound design.
Jack Kuna, 17, brings the footballs to the field. “I’m always there to help them out.”
Gary Colver learned about health careers at Na-ha-shnee for Native American students.
Jade Steigerwald is going to be a student leader on the Mukilteo School Board next year.
Amina Hussein’s Kenyan heritage and Muslim faith motivate her to positions of leadership.
Myah Wilson is headed to Everett Community College and plans to study mechatronics.
Angel Marion Davis carries copies of her best essay everywhere she goes, “because I’m that nerd.”
Macy Scallan has been a cheer captain, ASB officer, tutor and a Big Buddy at her elementary school.
Megan Black is a 4.0 student and a varsity swimmer who dreams of a job at the Federal Reserve.
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.