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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.
The senior turned to art after she was diagnosed with a panic disorder that hindered her studies.
Jessie Bartlett plans to become a third-generation firefighter.
Kate Millett loves soccer and is planning on a career in sports medicine.
Lexus Thomas, 17, a lifelong resident of Lake Stevens, organized a mural for her high school.
Lisa Rakuro, 17, of Mariner High School has lived in Fiji, California and Snohomish County.
A passion for theater and music runs in Katie Dreessen’s family.
Riley Taylor is a senior and student leader at Snohomish High School.
Collin Wojahn, a junior in the ORCA program, counted crab populations for a research foundation.
Anthony Damitio, 17, plans on STEM studies after graduating from the Catholic school that’s now 30.
Josh Heath, 18, gravitated toward cooking when he started classes at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center.
Brielle Guidice has a 3.99 GPA and spent time this year at the University of Notre Dame.
Marysville Getchell senior Nathan Weller wants to be a high school music teacher. He plays clarinet.
Laela Leyva recently competed in a National American Miss pageant and does sports year-round.