Roslyn says her twin sister is who keeps her on her toes

CLARKSTON, WA - She's a 4.0 student and a hopeful valedictorian and when Roslyn Van Sickle isn't working hard in the classroom she's studying music.

"I've been in marching band since freshman year and I love it because I get to play clarinet and it's kind of like dancing because we memorize counts and movements," said Van Sickle.

The National Honor Society Vice President and Distinguished Young Women Scholastic Winner said her twin sister Raeann is who keeps her on her toes.

"She does a little bit better on some things than me but she also makes me push myself to be the best that I can be," said Roslyn.

Roslyn has plans to major in Biomedical Engineering, remains undecided about where she'd like to further her education, but knows she wants to leave the Valley.

"I've lived here my entire life and I would like to see the world," said Roslyn.

But before she packs her bags, there's one thing for certain Roslyn hopes to leave behind.

"I want to be a role model for the kids in my grade and the people younger than me so that they'll be like, "I want to be like her," said Roslyn. "That would be my ultimate goal."