* Personal: Age 16; daughter of Tom and Dalia Stuck of Lanai City; enjoys running, exercising, traveling and singing.
* At School: Student body president, member of the cross country and paddling teams, L-Club, Family Career Community Leaders of America, Distributive Education Clubs of America and UNICEF; and on the honor roll.
* Off Campus: Participated in Ke Ola Hou health screening and Relay For Life and was a People to People ambassador.
* Beyond High School: She would like to move to New York City and attend Columbia University, majoring in political science.
* What do you think is the biggest problem facing youth today? "One problem that I feel is strongly hindering the youth of today is the increasing impact that technology has over our lives. It is becoming apparent that with each new technological advance, teens are becoming more dependent on their technology. Now more than ever, teens are admitting that they could not live without their cellphones or computers. Facebook and other social sites are now major parts of teenagers' lives. Not only is this physically harmful, because of their lack of desire to entertain themselves physically, but it is definitely socially harmful because of teens' desire to communicate through technology rather than face to face. "
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.