A. Conrad (’31) finished the 23/24 season as the number one ranked ten-year-old foil fencer in the region/ youth circuit. He will be headed to Nationals this summer.

B. Ansh (’31) created a painting of Edgar the Eagle that is now on display in the EPS Middle School.

C. Lauren (’28) competed in track at the Junior Olympics in summer 2023, placing fifth in the nation in the 400m distance.

D. Aryaman (’28) organized the first Bellevue Children’s Business Fair, featuring over fifty youth-led businesses.

E. Damian (’26) earned U.S. National Ranking #1 for judo and is a 2023 World Judo Cadets member.

F. Dylan (’25) led his robotics team (Coral Crusaders) to a first place finish in the MATE ROV Regional 2023, receiving a Best Innovation Award. The team then finished nineteenth at the World Championship.

G. Yash (’25) wrote a book, The Path to Success at a Young Age, that has been published on Amazon.

H. Will (’25) placed fifth in the state for cross country.

I. Olivia (’24) created an original painting, “Imaginary Escapes,” that was displayed at the Bellevue Arts Museum as part of the “20 Under 20” exhibition.

J. Arjun (’24) had an Honorable Mention in the 2023 Outstanding Artist Piano Competition organized by the Washington State Music Teachers Association.

K. Addison (’24) apprenticed for the magazine “The BreakBread Literacy Project” which publishes works by youth (especially incarcerated youth).

L. Katelyn (’24) interned with Northwest Immigrant Rights Project working on immigration law.

M. Diya (’24) and Veer (’26) went undefeated at Washington State’s robotics competition with a record of 9-0, qualifying for the World Championships Robotics.