Jeffrey Sherman never cared for coffee when he was in high school. But preparing for the SkillsUSA competition required early morning practice sessions.
Symphony Koss received a National Security Language Initiative for Youth scholarship from the U.S. Department of State.
Not everyone discovers a career-defining interest in high school, yet that’s exactly what happened to Sarah Faulkner.
Anya Pavlovic Kain stayed busy with International Baccalaureate and Running Start classes and was president of Natural Helpers and a member of the Clark County Youth Commission.
Fast forward to 2018, and Hudson's Bay High School alum Dr. Ann Kao is flourishing in the medical field.
A Skyview alum overcomes her past through optimism and compassion. Plus, learn about Positive Alternative to School Suspension Coordinator Eric Silvey.
They’ve never met in person, but Emilio Alcantar and Gavin Kilcullen have a lot in common. Loving families. Video games. Sports. Especially sports.
Fort Vancouver High School alum Katie Brown, the 2014 Washington Teacher of the Year, took time to answer a few questions about her path to working in education. Plus, learn about Julie Pagel, the Fort teacher who inspired Brown.
Three-time Olympian Kara Winger (formerly Patterson) has spent half of her lifetime throwing the javelin, from her days at Skyview High School to her recent Olympic showing in Rio de Janeiro, where she narrowly missed qualifying for the final round.
Seven alums of Vancouver and Fort Vancouver high schools were inducted into the school’s inaugural class of Distinguished Alumni.
Alicia Cooper, a 2012 graduate of Skyview High School, has become the fourth Clark County resident in 67 years to win the title of Miss Washington.
At the Northwest Association for Blind Athletes, impairment is not synonymous with impediment. Take NWABA’s founder and executive director, Billy Henry.
Two current VPS students and one VPS alum were honored by the Miss Clark County Scholarship Organization.
At 6 feet 4 inches, Steven Goforth is hard to miss in a crowd. Or on a stage.
Katarina “Kat” Tarr’s love of coaching is simple: “I feel best when I’m here; I feel best when I’m giving back to the players,” she says.
Western Washington University honored its outstanding graduates for the 2014-15 academic year at its spring commencement. Among the honorees was Hannah Ricker, who graduated from Skyview High School in 2011. Ricker is the outstanding graduate [...]
Even if he’d stayed in Seattle, cooking at up-and-coming restaurants, Skylar Stover would have been notable among graduates of Fort Vancouver High School’s Culinary Arts program of choice.