Education

As more Baby Boomers reach the age of retirement, they’re faced with an omnipresent quandary: What do you actually do with your day after you leave your work life behind? The hours once spent on the job leaves more time than many know what to do with.

Every year Plymouth Magazine features a select few of our accomplished high school students, kids who have excelled at their schoolwork as well as on the playing field. We’ve been wowed by soccer stars, National Honor society members, musical prodigies, basketball champions and more.

This year, more than 450 kids ages 7–12 will be impatiently awaiting the word “go” to submerge themselves in Life Time’s eight-lane competition pool for the first leg of the youth triathlon.

The Plymouth community celebrates its kids. The superstars on the field, the academic powerhouses at state competitions and the award-winning artists are often rewarded for their achievements in the press.

The competition was stiff, with high school students from all over the country participating, but seniors on the Wayzata High School math team swept the competition.

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