Rotary hosts teen leadership weekend with La Jolla High School teens

Fifteen students from La Jolla High School’s Class of 2014 attended the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference (RYLA) the weekend of April 20. The three-day conference provided the students with leadership training, team-building exercises and fun in the beautiful mountain town of Idyllwild. The students were selected from 35 applicants and were joined by more than 250 leading juniors from throughout San Diego County.

Jose Chayet, Danielle Colins, Sarah Lewis and Jonna Schriebman

Students cheer their success in a team-building exercise.

Jane Han, Brian Thai and Isabel Quan.

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