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Published: Sunday, June 12, 2011, 12:01 a.m.

Every graduate in the class of 2011 has a story

Thousands of high school students from Snohomish County are graduating this June. And for every graduate, a good story is waiting to be told. Today, The Herald is featuring seven grads. All are top-flight students, though few are typical valedictorians or commencement speakers. Click on the profiles below to meet them.

Marlise Dole,
Kamiak High School
[Photo gallery]

Jason Anafi,
Woodway High School

(Lee) Chimchang,

Marysville Getchell High School

Jacob Jamerson,
Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center

Brooke Winslow,
Monroe High School

David Murray,
Arlington High School

Jasmine Brar,
Cascade High School
Photo gallery: the class of 2011
We have a Marysville girl from Thailand who thrived after the sudden death of her father, an Edmonds boy from Ghana who plans to be an electrical engineer, an Everett girl who spent much of her childhood in India and is on her way to becoming a dermatologist. There's a Lake Stevens boy who already has a job as an automotive mechanic, a Monroe girl who has sailed the Pacific and wants to be an ocean engineer, an Arlington boy who loves jazz and a Mukilteo girl who plans to be a playwright.

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