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Fifty-two students from public and private high schools across Jackson County have earned the highest cumulative grade point averages in their respective schools.

These distinguished seniors have been asked to share their achievements and college and career plans.

CENTRAL MEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Will Cramer

Parents: Joe and Linda Cramer

GPA: 3.81

Honors, awards: Varsity tennis, All Star Jazz Band, Rogue Valley Symphony Band, and formed a jazz combo.

College plans: I plan to attend Rogue Community College. Although I have not decided on a major, I am interested in pursuing music.

Career plans: I hope to discover that in college.

NORTH MEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Brittany Brockbank

Parents: Jim and Lori Brockbank

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Torch Honor Society; NMHS’s wind ensemble section leader and first alto saxophone, two years; Honors Diploma; and valedictorian (second in class).

College plans: Northwest Christian University, studying music and missions.

Career plans: Somewhat undecided. I plan on either going into the mission field or becoming a musician.

Danielle Cherry

Parents: Angie Cherry and Bernie Cherry

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Torch Honor Society member and Honors Diploma.

College plans: Portland State University, studying medicine.

Career plans: To become an anesthesiologist.

Ann Combs

Parents: Chris and Lisa Combs

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Torch Honor Society, Rogue Credit Union student teller, Rogue Credit Union student branch manager, co-director of the Southern Oregon Turkey Trot Run, Toys for Tots Drive student coordinator, student government member, Diversity Excellence Scholarship, and PathwayOregon recipient.

College plans: I plan on attending the University of Oregon in the fall. As of right now, my major is undeclared, but I am hoping the classes I take next year will help me decide what major I should pursue.

Career plans: I either would like to become an accountant because of my experience as a student teller and because I enjoy the business aspect of the profession, or I would like to become a high school counselor because I was a peer mentor during my junior year and realized I have a passion for helping kids figure out their future.

Meghan Cowan

Parents: Patrick and Stephanie Cowan

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Rotary Student of the Year, 2017; Soroptimist Student of the Month, April 2016; National Torch Honor Society member; student body vice president; City of Medford Ambassador to Alba, Italy, March 2017; Wendy’s High School Heisman award, 2016-17; Second Team All-State soccer, fall 2016; First Team All-Conference soccer, fall 2015 and 2016; varsity soccer and track, four years; varsity basketball and swimming, one year.

College plans: To attend Oregon State University and major in biohealth sciences with the goal of attending physical therapy school post-graduation.

Career plans: The plan, as of right now, is to become a physical therapist.

Michala Denn

Parents: Jennielle and Trevor Denn

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Honors Diploma and National Torch Honor Society member.

College plans: I plan to attend Portland State University where I will be playing Division 1 soccer, majoring in prephysical therapy and minoring in Spanish.

Career plans: I plan on becoming a physical therapist.

Jessica G. Diaz

Parents: Shelley Diaz and Mario Diaz

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Torch Honor Society member and National Hispanic Recognition Program scholar.

College plans: I plan to attend either Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Calif., or Southern Oregon University and major in physical therapy and minor in Spanish.

Career plans: To become a physical therapist.

Kaela Flowers

Parents: Liliana Flowers and Tanny Flowers

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Lettered and obtained pins in choir; Musicianship Award in choir; concert choir section leader, senior year; and National Honor Society member, junior year.

College plans: Azusa Pacific University in Southern California, majoring in nursing and minoring in Spanish.

Career plans: After completing Azusa’s nursing program, I hope to get involved with an organization, such as Nurses Without Borders, so that I am able to work in Spanish-speaking developing countries.

Peggy Ann McBee

Parents: Randy McBee and Lynn McBee

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Torch Honor Society member.

College plans: I plan to attend the University of Oregon, where I will be majoring in communication and a corresponding media pathway in the School of Journalism and minoring in business so I can pursue a career of running my own photography company.

Career plans: My dream is to explore the cultures of the world and capture all of its diverse beauty with my camera. I also would love to have a career in advertising, journalism or broadcast media. Overall, I want to use whatever career I pursue to help others in the community and to shine the Lord’s light wherever I am.

Elora J. Ormand

Parents: Julie Kilpatrick Ormand and Jim Ormand

GPA: 4.235

Honors, awards: Soroptimist Student of the Month, National Torch Honor Society vice president, flute section leader, 2015 Western International Band Clinic member, Junior High Point for the 2016 Cascade Dressage Show, Girl Scout Bronze Award, and valedictorian (first in class).

College plans: I plan to attend Oregon State University Honors College and work toward a degree in zoology.

Career plans: As a zoologist, I will work in the field with a team, conducting research. I hope to use that research, knowledge and experience to educate the public on how to live more harmoniously with wildlife and nature in order to help protect them for our future.

Denis Roman

Parents: Claudia Roman-Duquette and Alex Duquette

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: American Chemical Society’s Outstanding AP Chemistry Student, 2016; ACS Outstanding Honors Chemistry Student, 2015; three-time Southern Oregon Mathematics League state-qualifier; National Torch Honor Society member; National Merit Scholarship Program Letter of Commendation recipient; and Brain Bowl, Science Bowl and speech and debate participant.

College plans: Oregon State University, studying mathematics and computer science.

Career plans: Undecided, but probably something in a computer-related field.

Joanna Ross

Parents: Dave and Lisa Ross

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Torch Honor Society member; varsity basketball team captain; Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center Junior Volunteer Scholarship; Gonzaga Dean Scholarship; University of Portland President’s Scholarship; Heart of the Black and Blue/West Family Foundation Scholarship; and Medford Alba Sister City Association student ambassador.

College plans: Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash., majoring in nursing.

Career plans: To become either a pediatric or family nurse practitioner.

Audrey Sliger

Parents: John Sliger and Christina Hering

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Ford Scholarship recipient, Honors Diploma, Sparrow Club ambassador and valedictorian.

College plans: Southern Oregon University, majoring in communications with an emphasis in digital cinema.

Career plans: My plans are to become a cinematographer and create films that inspire people and influence the world to become a better place.

Annie Walton

Parents: David and Janell Walton

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Scholar; Kiwanis Student of the Month; Kiwanis Vocational Award for Child Development; Rogue Community College Early Childhood Education Certificate; AP Scholar with Honor; National Honor Society member; Rotary Interact Club director of community service; Toys For Tots Drive student coordinator; University of Utah Academic Achievement Scholarship; and American Chemical Society’s Honors Chemistry Student of the Year, 2014-15.

College plans: University of Utah Honors College in Salt Lake City, majoring in nursing.

Career plans: I plan to work in a critical care unit after earning my bachelor of science in nursing degree and either pursue a career as a nurse anesthetist or a neonatal nurse practitioner.

McKenna Wizner

Parents: Chris and Kathleen Wizner

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: NMHS varsity soccer, 2014-2017; NMHS varsity basketball, 2013-2014; National Torch Honor Society member; member of NMHS’ student government; Pepperdine Grant; Christian Leadership Award; and Hoover Elementary School teacher’s aide.

College plans: Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif., majoring in liberal arts with a psychology concentration and hoping to earn a multiple-subject teaching credential.

Career plans: I plan to become an elementary school teacher.

SOUTH MEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Madeline Bloom

Parents: Paul and Nancy Bloom

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: AP Scholar; All-state choir, 2016 and 2017; varsity letter in choir; National Honor Society; Purple Tassel; Top 5 Percent of class; Honors Diploma; and Oregon State academic achievement awards.

College plans: I plan on studying chemistry with an emphasis in forensics at Oregon State University Honors College this fall.

Career plans: I plan to become a forensic chemist and work in a crime laboratory.

Trae Carpenter

Parents: Jeff and Janell Carpenter

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Honor Society, Purple Tassel, Academic Scholar and valedictorian.

College plans: Oregon State University, studying dentistry or pre-med.

Career plans: To become either an orthodontist or pediatric surgeon.

Tyler Easton

Parents: Edward and Jennifer Easton

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: YMCA Teen Character Award; Oregon State University Scholarship recipient; Medford Rotary Student of the Year; Breakfast of Champs nominee; Torch Honor Society, three years; Honors Diploma; Purple Tassel; and Community Bible Church Faith Leadership Team member.

College plans: Oregon State University, majoring in mechanical engineering.

Career plans: To work as an engineer designing medical technology.

Annika L Franck

Parents: Cindy Tucker and Dan Franck

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Ashland Independent Film Festival PridePrize, Kiwanis Student of the Month, Carpenter Foundation Scholarship, and AP Scholar with Honor.

College plans: I plan to attend Portland State University this fall and major in film.

Career plans: After college, I plan on going into the film industry to become a film director.

Meg Gebhardt

Parents: Matt and Wendi Gebhardt

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Honor Society member.

College plans: Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, double majoring in biology and Spanish.

Career plans: Medical school and mother!!!

Emily Hardcastle

Parents: Scott and Cindy Hardcastle

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Oregon School Activities Association State Vocal Solo Festival competitor, Margaret Connelly Award, and member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

College plans: Biola University in La Mirada, Calif.

Career plans: To become a wedding planner.

Megan Hungerford

Parents: Ryan and Becky Hungerford

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Valedictorian (first in class).

College plans: To attend Brigham Young University and study accounting.

Career plans: To become an accountant.

Faith Johnson

Parents: Annette and Leigh Johnson

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Robert and Leona DeArmond Scholarship; SOU Youth Programs, Best of the Best Art Show; and Oregon School Employees Association Chapter No. 15 Scholarship.

College plans: Chemeketa Community College Speech Language Pathology Assistant Program.

Career plans: To become a speech language pathologist.

Ruby Helene Johnson

Parents: Janis Hunt Johnson and David Chamdley Johnson

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Jacksonville-Applegate Rotary Club’s Student of the Year (May 2017); U.S. Figure Skating, Bronze Level Achievement Award of Excellence (May 2017); Oregon State Solo and Ensemble Competition, 10th in state in the soprano category (April 2017); Southern Oregon Figure Skating Club’s “Inspiration Award” recipient (October 2017); Oregon State Solo and Ensemble Competition, fourth in state in the mezzo-soprano category (April 2016); All-State choir (January 2014, 2016, 2017); and Southern Oregon University Honor Choir (October 2013, 2015, 2016).

College plans: I will be attending Connecticut College in New London, Conn., this fall. I have been awarded $63,000 per year in scholarships. I am considering creating my own major, focusing on comparative education with a minor in music.

Career plans: I don’t have any exact career plans yet, but I know that I want to be an educational advocate. With a solid foundation in the arts and humanities, I’d like to be involved in promoting holistic educational public policy in the United States.

Kiana Kahusi

Parents: Tom Kahusi and Karen Kahusi

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Slam Poetry winner, Associated Student Body vice president, Rotary Club Student of the Year, Homecoming Queen, National Honor Society, and part of the District Improvement Plan.

College plans: I plan to attend Portland Community College and then Southern Oregon University and purse a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Career plans: To become a volleyball coach and psychologist.

Willow Smith

Parents: Ray and Jodi Smith

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: National Honor Society, SMHS Sparrow Club coordinator, Kiwanis Club Student of the Month, member of SMHS Leadership, Link leader, and SMHS cross country team captain.

College plans: I plan to attend Oregon State University this fall and study biology and, later, attend medical school. I am very excited and scared to start the next chapter in my life, but I will try my hardest to be successful.

Career plans: I want to become a pediatrician. I do not know where I am going to live, but a few years into the steady job I hope to receive, I want to travel to Africa to help the sick people there. I want to do this a few times while I am still working and also raise a family. Overall, combining all of my career and family plans that I have when I get older will be stressful, but it sounds like a perfect life for me.

Amanda Strother

Parents: Michael Strother and Angela Strother

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Advanced Placement Scholar, National Honor Society member, Top 5 Percent of class, and recipient of the Carpenter Scholarship and Portland State University’s Four Years Free Grant.

College plans: Portland State University Honors College, majoring in social science and minoring in Spanish.

Career plans: I’m undecided but am considering a career in sociology, forensic psychology or civil rights law.

LOGOS PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL

Rhiannon Corcoran

Parents: Brandon and Melisa Corcoran

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Logo’s Principal Award, two years; Rogue Community College President’s Award, six terms; and Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree from Rogue Community College.

College plans: I plan to attend Oregon Institute of Technology and pursue a bachelor’s degree in nuclear imaging technology.

Career plans: My goal is to become a nuclear technician and work in hospitals all over the world. I also hope to publish my novel and write a few more.

CRATER RENAISSANCE ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Sydney Eldred

Parents: Jennifer and Dave Eldred

GPA: 4.04

Honors, awards: Rotary Student of the Month, Principal’s Award, Freshman Student of the Year, Sophomore Student of the Year, Geometry Student of the Year, History Student of the Year and National Honor Society.

College plans: I will be attending Willamette University this fall to major in political science and minor in Spanish.

Career plans: I plan to become a lawyer and then enter into the government.

CRATER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, INNOVATION & SCIENCE

Joshua Idiart

Parents: Damian and Sarah Idiart

GPA: 4.08

Honors, awards: National Honor Society chapter president; Eagle Scout and Senior Patrol Leader; DECA chapter president and state finalist; BIS Leadership Award; and Principal's List, four years.

College plans: University of California, Berkeley, studying business and/or economics.

Career plans: Financial/Investment Consulting.

CRATER ACADEMY OF HEALTH AND PUBLIC SERVICES

Mikaela Kerr

Parents: Paula and Adam Kerr

GPA: 4.15

Honors, awards: Oregon State University Presidential Scholar; National Honor Society treasurer and secretary; Rotary Club Student of the Month; President’s Award, freshman-senior year; Leadership Award, freshman-senior year; Citizenship Award; and valedictorian.

College plans: I plan to attend Oregon State University this fall and earn a bachelor’s degree in public health with an option in pre-med.

Career plans: After earning my bachelor’s degree, I plan on attending a graduate school to obtain my master’s in nursing degree and become a nurse practitioner.

ASHLAND HIGH SCHOOL

John Almaguer

Parents: Alma Rosa Alvarez, John Almaguer

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: University Scholar (University of Chicago); Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon principal second violinist; Kiwanis Student of the Month; Ashland High School's 2015 Outstanding Chemistry Student; gold medalist with Siskiyou Violins ensemble at 2014 Los Angeles International Music Festival.

College plans: To attend the University of Chicago and study either economics or English literature.

Career plans: To pursue a career in finance or academia.

Jonathan Connolly

Parents: Shannon and Michael Connolly

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: International Thespian Competition Musical Theater Showcase finalist; letter in theater; Elk's Lodge Student of the Month; National Honor Society; and Jefferson Public Television Student Showcase.

College plans: Northwestern University, majoring in acting.

Career plans: To become a professional actor and director.

Katie Crocker

Parents: Rebecca Hutchison and Ken Crocker

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Member of the National Honor Society and recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship from Lewis and Clark College.

College plans: I plan to attend Lewis and Clark College starting in 2018.

Career plans: I’m not sure yet, but I know I want to study international relations and environmental policy, and I would love to find a career that includes those areas of interest.

Hesperus di Properzio

Parents’: James di Properzio and Jennifer di Properzio

GPA: 4.173

Honors, awards: National Council of Teachers of English Superior Writing Certificate Award by Achievement Awards in Writing Advisory Committee; National Merit Scholar Commended Student; Kiwanis Club Student of the Month, January 2017; National Honor Society vice president; Math Honor Society (Mu Alpha Theta) member; Most Valuable Student Award from the Oregon State Elks Association; and fifth place on balance beam apparatus for Level 7 Women’s Oregon State Optional Gymnastics Championships.

College plans: To attend Barnard College in New York City and major in English, minor in French and complete all premedical requirements to pursue a medical degree after college.

Career plans: To become a dermatologist.

Drew Kutcher

Parents: William Kutcher and Debra Allen-Kutcher

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Oregon Ambassador of Music; varsity soccer for three years and team captain; All Conference for soccer; Scholar Athlete Award; National Honor Society; Mu Alpha Theta; Wind Ensemble, three years as French horn section leader; and Southern Oregon University Honor Band.

College plans: Oregon State Honors College, majoring in biohealth sciences.

Career plans: I plan to pursue a career as a physician for reconstructive surgery or conduct biomedical research.

Gabriele Rose Livni

Parents: Kathleen Livni and Gil Livni

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: First place in the Ashland Culinary Festival Junior Competition in November 2016.

College plans: I will be attending Oregon State University in the fall of 2017. As of now, I have not decided on a major but am looking into options in the medical field.

Career plans: I am interested in having a career in the medical field.

Rob Stallman

Parents: Jeanne and Andy Stallman

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Second place in the 2015 World Schools Debate, second place in parliamentary debate at the 2017 Stanford Invitational, and Santa Clara University Johnson Scholar Class of 2021.

College plans: Santa Clara University, majoring in mechanical engineering.

Career plans: I want to design new modes of clean transportation.

PHOENIX HIGH SCHOOL

Nicoletta Dinelli

Parents: Eleanor Ponomareff and Luca Dinelli

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: AP Scholar with Distinction, National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student, and Gold Presidential Service Award.

College plans: I plan to attend Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, and pursue a major in environmental studies with a minor in political science.

Career plans: I hope to work for a nonprofit organization, preferably focused on environmental issues. I am currently unsure in what capacity I want to serve the organization, but am leaning towards environmental law and policy.

Bryce Morgan Kauffman

Parents: Zac and Gail Kauffman

GPA: 4.0 (unweighted)

Honors, awards: Student of the Month, five times; Drum Major; National Honor Society officer; and lead (Danny) in the school's production of "Grease."

College plans: I plan to participate in Chapman University's Honors Program and study political science and psychology and minor in environmental science.

Career plans: To become a lawyer.

Lucas Stella

Parents: Mark Stella and Shelley Bonas

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: AP Scholar with Honors and varsity cross country and track athlete.

College plans: University of Washington, studying computer science.

Career plans: I plan to become a computer programmer. However, I’m not sure whether I will put my skills to use in the field of research or commerce.

Aishwarya Vellanki

 Parents: Srinivasarao Vellanki, Madhavi Vellanki

GPA: 3.99

Honors, awards: National Honors Society member, two years; DECA National Finalist, 2015-16; Student of the Month, 2015-16; Bronze Community Service Award; and Most Improved Athlete.

College plans: Oregon State University Honors College.

Career plans: I have a multitude of interests and passions. I am currently thinking about going into exploratory studies to find a subject/career path of interest. I am leaning towards medicine and children's education.

EAGLE POINT HIGH SCHOOL

Kira Hess

Parents: Frank and Kathy Hess

GPA: 4.0 (unweighted)

Honors, awards: Top 5 Percent of class of 2017, all four years; Outstanding Student Recognition, February 2017 ; SkillsUSA chapter secretary (2014-15), chapter vice-president (2015-16) and chapter president (2016-17); SkillsUSA bronze medal in crime scene investigation (2015), silver medal in crime scene investigation (2016), gold medal for job skills demonstration (2016), sixth place in related technical math (2017), bronze medal in safety participation (2017), gold medal in job skills demonstration (2017); and National Honor Society.

College plans: I plan to attend Rogue Community College for two years and then transfer to Oregon Institute of Technology to pursue a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics.

Career plans: I have considered earning teaching and math degrees and would like to pursue a career in mathematics, such as doing mathematical testing for corporations or governmental agencies, or becoming math consultant or actuary. As I get closer to completing my degree, and any other degrees I take an interest in, then I will make my final career decision.

ROGUE RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

Zane Bjorge

Parents: Michael and Kerrie Bjorge

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Apex Scholarship.

College plans: University of Oregon Clark Honors College.

Career plans: To become an artist.

Michael Howard

Parents: Chris and Maureen Howard

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Rotary Club Service-Above-Self Award, State Future Farmers of America Degree, FFA Star Chapter Farmer and Leadership Award.

College plans: To attend Chemeketa Community College and earn an associate degree of applied fire science.

Career plans: To become a firefighter/paramedic.

PROSPECT HIGH SCHOOL

Chloe Bliss

Parents: Dale and Kristy Bliss

GPA: 4.05

Honors, awards: Outstanding Student in English and Outstanding Student in Math.

College plans: To attend University of Oregon.

Career plans: Undecided.

BUTTE FALLS CHARTER SCHOOL

Hanna Kuykendall

Parents: Kara Blake and Mike Blake

GPA: 3.97

Honors, awards: Future Business Leaders of America National Competitor, 2015-2016; National Honor Society; All-League catcher, 2015-2017; Reserve Champion Senior Swine Showman at the 2016 Jackson County Fair; Honor Roll; MATHletes; and 2014 speech and debate state qualifier.

College plans: I plan to attend Oregon Institute of Technology and obtain a bachelor’s degree in diagnostic sonography and continue to play softball.

Career plans: I plan to work as an ultrasound technician in a pediatric hospital.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Samantha Kay Shelton

Parents: Jeff and Kim Shelton

GPA: 4.0

Honors, awards: Scholars Diploma; CCHS Ambassador; AP Scholar; Academic Excellence in honors geometry, algebra 2, pre-calculus, biology, kinesiology, honors English, AP English: language and composition, AP world history, AP US history and Cooking Around the World; Kiwanis Student of the Month; Ted Calkins Citizenship Award; “For the Love of Dogs” Award; 4-H State Reserve Champion for dog obedience in the graduate novice class; and 4-H State Champion for illustrated speech.

College plans: Oregon State University College of Engineering.

Career plans: To become an electrical or mechanical engineer.

ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL

Miklos Patrick Bowling

Parents: John Bowling and Judit Bowling

GPA: 4.05

Honors, awards: FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics World Championship participant and team captain; AP Scholar with Distinction; U.S. Presidential Scholar nominee; National Merit Scholar; Eagle Scout; Oregon Invitational Math Tournament, Top 10 finalist; and University of Rochester Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology.

College plans: To attend the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering and major in computer science/business administration.

Career plans: To work as an entrepreneur in the tech industry.

Rowan Lovich

Parents: Tracy Samples and Stephen Lovich

GPA: 4.05

Honors, awards: Cum Laude Society member.

College plans: University of Oregon, majoring in human physiology.

Career plans: I hope to become a neurosurgeon in the U.S. Air Force.

Benjamin McAnally

Parents: Rebekah and James McAnally

GPA: 4.05

Honors, awards: Claremont McKenna Seaver Scholar; National Merit Scholar; Cum Laude Society, two years; National Latin Exam Maxima Cum Laude certificate, two years; University of Rochester’s Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award.

College plans: Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, Calif.

Career plans: Undecided.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST ACADEMY

Hannah Wood

Parents: Jeff and Paula Wood

GPA: 3.98

Honors, awards: National Honor Society; Senior Class vice president; Student Association, vice president and secretary; and varsity basketball team captain.

College plans: I plan to attend Walla Walla University in College Place, Wash., and major in business.

Career plans: Ultimately, I’d like to get my Master of Business Administration degree and then pursue a career in business management.

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Elora Ormand
Katie Crocker
Chloe Bliss
Kiana Kahusi
Hannah Wood
Kira Hess
Danielle Cherry
Megan Hungerford
Meghan Cowan
Jessica G. Diaz
Jonathan Connolly
Will Cramer
Benjamin McAnally
Aishwarya Vellanki
Brittany Brockbank
Annika Franck
Peggy Ann McBee
Michael Howard
Michala Denn
Trae Carpenter
Joshua Idiart
Annie Walton
Willow Smith
Rhiannon Corcoran
Zane Bjorge
Mikaela Kerr
Hesperus di Properzio
Sydney Eldred
Emily Hardcastle
Miklos Patrick Bowling
Ann Combs
Madeline Bloom
Tyler Easton
Gabriele Rose Livni
Samantha Kay Shelton
Amanda Strother
Drew Kutcher
Rob Stallman
Lucas Stella
McKenna Wizner
Meg Gebhardt
Rowan Lovich
Nicoletta Dinelli
Audrey Sliger