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Students making their own dreams at Edmonds-Woodway

 

Edmonds-Woodway High School IB students and their future colleges. From left, top row: Daniel Ghebreyesus, Brown University; Isaiah Colobong, Stanford University; Gabi Callero, Occidental College; Ken Razo, American University; Trevor Pastega, University of Notre Dame; Ella Chung, Wellesley College. Bottom row, from left: Carina Ly, Stanford University; Tori Cook, Brown University; Ava Gehlen-Williams, Yale University; Haley Rundorff, University of Washington; Kelly Maldonado, University of Washington; Tina Masoum, University of Washington.

Ken Razo didn’t think college would be an option for him in his first two years of high school.

Now in his senior year at Edmonds-Woodway High School, Razo is completing a full International Baccalaureate diploma and will be heading to American University in Washington, D.C.

The IB is a nonprofit education foundation with a liberal arts curriculum focused on the humanities, mathematics and sciences, working in over 150 countries. Students can receive either a full IB diploma or IB Certificates for individual coursework.

In a cohort of 105 full IB students at EWHS receiving their diplom...



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