Personal: Age 17; grandson of Jacqueline Harris of Pukalani; enjoys hanging out with friends, playing sports, "cruising it" and eating "all kinds of good grinds."
At School: Leo Club, Interact Club, football, soccer, baseball, 2010 Junior Prom Court, Advanced Placement classes, honor roll.
Off Campus: Day of Hope Marathon volunteer, Salvation Army bell ringing volunteer, Adopt-A-Highway volunteer, St. Joseph Church community, American Japanese Association baseball, umpire for Upcountry Little League baseball.
Beyond High School: Wants to attend college on the West Coast or the University of Hawaii at Manoa and study civil engineering with hopes to come back and contribute to Hawaii.
Who is your personal hero and why? "My personal heroes have influenced my life in so many ways. My big brother, Layne Oshiro, has taught me so many life lessons and just being such a great role model to follow. He has shown me how to be a better person every day. My grandma has also always been there for me every day and has shown me the love and support I needed to get through high school. I couldn't have done it without either of them and all my friends. Thanks!"
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.