Lindbergh senior signs letter of intent at the Museum of Flight

Shayla Nguyen plans to study biology at University of Washington.

On April 23 Boeing presented the first Washington state STEM signing day to celebrate high school seniors who have made commitments to technical schools, colleges and universities across the state and country.

The students including Shayla Nguyen, a Lindbergh senior, signed their letters of intent at the Museum of Flight during a ceremony attended by elected officials, business and community leaders, according to a media release.

Nguyen plans to study biology at University of Washington.

The release stated 49 students, one from each legislative district in Washington, were selected to participant in the event.

Nguyen plans to study biology at the University of Washington, according to the release.

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