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2019

Juliana Tampus

Juliana Tampus is the daughter of Bridget and Shane Pope. She will be attending Vanguard University in Southern California and wants to become a Civil Engineer. Throughout high school, Juliana has proven to not only be a talented athlete, competing on the Cross County, Swimming, and Track & Field teams; but also, a bright student in the classroom. Her love for mathematics led her to take multiple college level math courses and identify Civil Engineering as her career path. Juliana is the president of the National Honor Society, ASB Vice President, as well as being a member of the Interact club and mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. She is a confident and competitive young woman who has a drive to succeed and give back to the island. 

Samantha Bostick

Samantha Bostick is the daughter of Stephanie and JJ Bostick. She plans to attend Colorado State University to study Journalism and Communications. Samantha is a well-rounded leader having served as Class President all four years, currently serving as Battalion Commander for the Menehune JROTC, Band Club President, and KIF Representative for the HHSAA. She enjoys running and has competed with the Cross Country team, which has been one highlight of her high school career, but expressed her passion for writing as a form of capturing the life stories of those around her. She is eager to begin her studies and meet new people.” 

Mayumi Fulgencio

Mayumi Fulgencio is the daughter of Bessie and Teresito Fulgencio, both immigrants from the Philippines. She hopes to attend Lewis and Clark College in Oregon to pursue a degree in Environmental Studies. Mayumi is passionate about reversing the effects of the human footprint on the environment. She was awarded a KUPU grant for the Hawaii Youth Sustainability Challenge for her ‘Zero Waste Harvester’ project, which aims to reduce landfill waste on the island. Mayumi currently serves as President of both Nature and Sierra clubs as well as being a member of Student Council, Key Club, and National Honor Society. She is also an avid soccer player and expressed appreciation to Grove Farm for providing the irrigation for the Vidinha soccer fields. Mayumi is optimistic that she will be able to contribute to the sustainability of the island.  I have rarely felt this level of genuine excitement for a student project in my 25-year career as a STEM teacher.”

2018

Kari Correa

Braden Kobayashi

Zachary Safford

 

2017

Bailee Taeza

Geneva Dela Cruz

Jacky Lin

 

2016

Athena Abadilla

Meihong Lin

Melia Okura

 

2015

Lauryn Fleming

Kayla Ishida

Melia Takakusagi

 

2014

Regina Miner

Casey Nakamura

Kiana Pigao

 

2013

Lucas Gushikuma

Trevor McCracken

Dawn Mones

 

2012

John Medeiros

Travis Navarro

Angelica Tran

 

2011

Lyle Nemeth

David Ochoco

Chas Okamoto

 

2010

Natasha Abadilla

Abigail Iloreta

Daisy Liberato