Renton Rotary Club honors April Youth of the Month

Renton Rotary has selected their Youth of the Month for April.

Vivian Huynh is a senior at Hazen High School. She holds a 3.75 grade point average (G.P.A.). Huynh has been involved in National Honor Society, Key Club, ASB, Earth Corp, Ignite Mentoring, Gordy Guides, and Leadership. She has received Academic All-Star and Scholar Athlete. Huynh works part-time as a tutor with Best in Class Education Center and she volunteers with World Association For Children and Parents, Sierra Heights Elementary and Seattle Children’s. She plans to attend a four-year university to study physiology and then she would like to attend medical school. Her dream is to become a pediatrician to help kids and she would like to open a clinic for children in third world countries.








Nguyen Huynh is a senior at Lindbergh High School. He holds a 3.9 G.P.A. Huynh has been a member of Key Club, ASB, FBLA, International Club, National Honor Society and Eagle Crew. He has received Masonic Lodge Top Ten Student Award, AP Scholar with honors, and student of the month awards in various subjects. Huynh volunteers with Key Club, Kiwanis, the City of Renton and the American Cancer Society. After high school he hopes to attend a four-year university to earn a degree in neuroscience and plans to become a pediatrician.










Alexis Miles is a senior at Renton High School. Miles holds a 3.1 G.P.A. She is involved in Ignite Mentoring, Leadership, Poetry Club, Tennis, Renton High Cheer, as captain. She has received coaches award in tennis, varsity letters, for tennis and cheer, youth of the quarter award and Ignite Certificate. Miles volunteers with Seattle International Church, local food banks, Renton River Days, Renton Peer Mentor. She plans to attend a four-year university to earn a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering. Miles hopes to attend a four-year university to possibly major in journalism or communications. She hopes to one day work in broadcast journalism or possibly become an author.

The students and their parents are honored guests at a regular Rotary luncheon.


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