Christina Colvin, daughter of Fred and Cecilia Colvin, has maintained her 4.0 grade point average all four years at Skyview High School. She has been involved in volleyball, basketball, soccer, student council and National Honor Society. In volleyball, she maintained a starting position as a varsity setter for three years, during all of which her team qualified for state. In addition, she lettered in basketball all four years and soccer for the first three years. As a member of National Honor Society and student council for three years, Christina also has been involved in several school activities.
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Lela Wiley, daughter of Lee and Marjory Wiley of Clam Gulch, has been an active member of Skyview High School and her community. She has been involved with many sports and activities at school, including swimming, running, Nordic skiing and soccer. She also is the current club secretary of National Honor Society.
Lela was chosen to represent Alaska at the 2002 Arctic Winter Games, where she competed in Nordic skiing. She was chosen to travel to the 2001 National Youth Leadership Forum and 2002 Idaho Consumer-Owned Youth Rally. Lela also is an active volunteer in her community.
Next year, she plans to attend the University of Alaska Anchorage, where she will pursue a degree in communication disorders.
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