Makala Duryea, right, checks out different sites, as she applies for a scholarship for college with the help of teacher Kaylene Kenny, left, in her “Senior Success” class at Onalaska High School in Onalaska. The class, which all seniors are required to take, gives them time to apply for colleges, write essays and think about their next steps.
Makala Duryea, right, checks out different sites, as she applies for a scholarship for college with the help of teacher Kaylene Kenny, left, in her “Senior Success” class at Onalaska High School in Onalaska. The class, which all seniors are required to take, gives them time to apply for colleges, write essays and think about their next steps. Ellen M. Banner The Seattle Times
Makala Duryea, right, checks out different sites, as she applies for a scholarship for college with the help of teacher Kaylene Kenny, left, in her “Senior Success” class at Onalaska High School in Onalaska. The class, which all seniors are required to take, gives them time to apply for colleges, write essays and think about their next steps. Ellen M. Banner The Seattle Times

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