* Personal: Age 17; daughter of Edwin and Celia Domingo of Wailuku; enjoys spending time with family and friends, snorkeling, helping others and watching movies.
* At School: Associated Student Body vice president, former student body treasurer, freshmen and sophomore class vice president, on the Junior Prom court and committee, Homecoming committee and Honor Roll; Pacific Asian Affairs Council officer, Club Fair chairwoman, member of the Japanese Club and Kokua Krew, 4th-grade math tutor.
* Off Campus: Kumon employee, Maria Lanakila youth member, American Cancer Society's Relay For Life committee, Stomp Out Hunger team captain, participant in Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and Rally for America, and a past volunteer for the Maui County Fair, Sacred Hearts Bazzar, Barrio Fiesta, Obon Festival, Lahaina Plantation Days and Aloha Aina Earth Day Recycling Project.
* Beyond High School: Plans to attend a four-year university or college on the West Coast and to obtain a bachelor's degree in air traffic management. Her career goal is to get hired by the Federal Aviation Administration and to become certified as an air traffic controller.
* Who is your personal hero and why?
"My hero has taught me to be generous, to live truthfully, to forgive and to love others despite their differences. Without a doubt, Jesus is my number one hero. Through him, I've developed my morals and beliefs; he has shaped me up into the person I am today. He has been with me since the beginning of time, showering me with countless blessings. As X-Factor winner Melanie Amaro said, 'Everyone once in my life has let me down, and He's the only one who hasn't.' "
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.