How one Columbia River High School student turned her longstanding interest in medicine, pathology and anatomy into a project that is now drawing attention from the scientific community.
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.
Current and former students share their reasons for enrolling in Columbia River High School's International Baccalaureate program.
Bryce Hackett has been honored with a Public Health Champion award by the Washington State Public Health Association. The association recognized seven individuals, coalitions and businesses, including Hackett, that are working to improve public health. [...]
Emily Dickinson called it “the thing with feathers.” Shakespeare said it was the only medicine for the miserable. It came to symbolize President Obama’s 2008 campaign. And now hope figures prominently in works created by [...]
Seniors named semiﬁnalists, commended students in 2015 National Merit and National Achievement scholarship programs
Seniors from around the district recently were recognized as part of the two prestigious scholarship programs. National Merit semifinalists included Jason Anderson (pictured above on right), Columbia River High School, and Samir Sen, Skyview High [...]