Age 18; daughter of Lee Imada of Wailuku and Anna Imada of Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
* At School:
Student council treasurer, varsity soccer, varsity basketball, Rotary Interact co-president, Death Star (science) and Philosophy clubs, first-chair flute, Kids Helping Kids, volunteers at homeless shelter, fundraising committee for NESEI (New Sudan Education Initiative) project to build a girls school dormitory.
* Off Campus:
Camp Imua, Relay For Life, women's soccer league, club soccer, AYSO U-8 girls coach, Xterra World Championship volunteer, Memory Walk volunteer.
* Beyond High School:
Plans to major in human biology, neuroscience or, maybe, engineering, then go to medical school.
* Who is your personal hero and why?
"Daddy's little girl. That's what I am and always will be. My dad is my rock - my foundation and support. He's the one I go to for advice and the person I cry to when something doesn't go just right. I know he sacrifices enormously to care for my sister and me, and he leads by example. He's the one who taught me to push myself as hard as I possibly can to achieve my goals. I've succeeded thus far in life because of him. He is my hero."
The students in this weekly feature are selected by officials at their respective high schools. "Student Spotlight" recognizes students of good character who are involved in school or community activities such as athletics, clubs, student government and volunteer work.