* Personal: Age 17; daughter of Donalyn and Leonard Naihe of Hana; enjoys canoe paddling, hula, music, meeting new people, family bonding, going to the beach, traveling to Neighbor Islands.
* At School: Air riflery, J.V. volleyball, canoe padling, cross country, girls soccer, track, varsity volleyball, judo.
* Off Campus: Organize files in school registrar's office and student assistant for the athletic department at school, Ho'omaka Hou beach cleanup, Kaho'olawe Island Reserve Commission volunteer, Alu Like Inc. volunteer, Maui Economic Opportunity summer summit program, Real Tobacco Coalition volunteer, Feed My Sheep volunteer and Hana Canoe Club member.
* Beyond High School: Would like to become a doctor and eventually return to Hana and malama the Hawaiian residents.
* Who is your personal hero and why?
"My entire ohana is my hero and I love them all: my mom Donalyn, my dad Leonard, Keala, Saulon, Keoki, Leimamo, my twin Chritsine and my baby brother Brandon. They are always there for me no matter what the issue; they understand my problems and give me the best advice. My mom has been my inspiration to become a doctor, to find a way to save the Hawaiian blood and to find prevention in the health disparities in my family. My parents have inspired me to live the culture: fish, hunt, crab, pick 'opihi, dance hula, chant and sing. My brothers keep me strong and support my success in athletics and academics. Lastly, my sisters, they make me push myself to thrive and believe that I can make all things happen. "
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.