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T.J. Ingersoll, who will be in the school’s first graduating class, helps build a positive climate.
Everett High School senior Amy Nguyen wants to be a doctor, helping those in developing countries.
Emma Lande has a new appreciation for life as she battles Hodgkins lymphoma.
Destiny Robinson of Arlington High School is aiming for a career in genetic counseling.
Jack Softcheck is considering a career as a medical doctor, but his love of music is a strong lure.
The competitive dancer keeps an active schedule of school, dance and work to feel highly productive.
Heritage High senior Kimberly Smoley plans a career in dermatology.
Her work is on display at the Schack Art Center and she hopes to become an animator.
She went from playing video games to building her own computers and creating a food drive database.
AIM High School in Snohomish, an alternative program, lets Erik Linder compete across the world.
Marysville Pilchuck senior Cheyenne Coe decided she wants to be an emergency room nurse.
Anita Bradford-Diaz has had her share of setbacks, but they only seem to increase her motivation.
Marysville Arts & Technology’s Brady Uker likely to pursue “anything social.”
Frances Scott-Weis is a Running Start student at EvCC who loves solving problems and traveling.
Catrien de Boer is deep into the International Baccalaureate diploma program.
Caireanna Mills credits the Everett high school for helping her chart her own path.
Samantha “Sam” Phara intends to build on her interest in drawing and art.
Jamie Copeland’s academics include STEM studies, leadership, ASB activities, honor society.
It’s a Roman thing, explains David Samaniego, a junior at Marysville Getchell High School.
From drama and books to Scouting and chemistry, Nate Ness gets into a lot of everything.