School: Tumwater High School
Parents: Steven and Andrea Herron
Best personal achievement: In 2008, winning a national championship title with my horse, Tex, at the Arabian Youth Nationals in New Mexico.
How I spend my time: I enjoy playing basketball, riding horses, listening to music and reading.
Favorite subjects: Science, Bible and history
Favorite movies: “RV,” “Night at the Museum,” “Narnia,” and “National Treasure”
Favorite books: “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer and the Nancy Drew series
Dream job: Marine mammal biologist or veterinarian
Someone I respect: My parents
College I’d like to attend: A college with a strong science program.
Someone famous I’d like to meet: Jesus
Someday, looking back on my life I’d like to be able to say ... : That I followed my heart, followed God and reached my goals and dreams.
Biggest challenge facing teenagers today: The stress of balancing school, sports, friends and homework
One thing in the world I would change if I could: Selfish and self-centered people
Where do you see yourself in 10 years: I see myself successful, educated and working with animals.
Staff comment: “Winter is the personification of conscientious effort, diligence and loyalty. If I could just give her the grade of “B” to help take the pressure off her high expectations. Winter has been all spring and summer as far as I am concerned. Her respect and commitment in class and on the court have been tremendous. I look forward to seeing where such drive will lead her.” Bruce Newman, junior high history and girls basketball coach, Evergreen Christian School