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•i ■: i::;.|:.i . I.::; :,.■ ' p • ■■ . .. • .. ' . i] ■ , ' ■ . APES Kevin Wilson and Kevin Reisch, students in AP English 3, puzzled through Turn of the Screw. Pam Zilius, Suzanne Kaunas, and Kathleen Campbell, collected appropriate allusions in AP English. 4: ' he has the brain of an undersized teleost! " Fr. Donat prepared his APES (Advanced Placement English Scholars) for the AP examinations in May so that they could learn six to ten units of college credit. The Los Angeles Times, in a December, 1986, editorial, stat- ed that new admission policy allowed the admissions officer to ask, " did the student take AP English? " ; these courses received additional evaluation. Kevin Wilson appre- " I like having to use a little more of my brain than nor- mal. " — Kevin Wilson dated the level taught the most. " I like having to use a little more of my brain than nprirtal. " ■ — Erin Stephens A 10 Images We Project
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H mmm Detailed Report Jesse Diaz, Angelique Chackel, and Guy Stan- field entered rooms B-2, B-3, and D-17 to take the three hour Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test on October 21. The test re- sults showed, " if any student (would) qualify for the National Merit Scholar- ship, " replied Mr. MacMillan. Jesse Diaz pointed out, " I felt honored and privileged to have taken the P.S.A.T. It will enable me to get acquainted so that I will do a better job on my SAT. " Angelique Chackel added, " no one saw me looking " ... no one saw me looking puzzled . . . " — Angelique Chackel puzzled because there was nothing about the test. " ^k^^j^M^^^jiW^^ ' ^X^ administered the test. Mrs. London* one 6f the proctors, stated, " It is important and you must be a responsible person. I feel ' J am responsible " ■:■■. + Melissa Diaz
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. Mark Sacks, Darryl Sacks, and Keith Milligan collaborate on their assignments in Mr, Coffer ' s Life Science class. Mark and Darryl wrestled; Keith played defense on the JV football team: 2. Lars Vanderfin and James Kurkoske work with Ses Ab- bit, Scot Silvas, and Pat Chambers in their English 4 writing group. James won the shaving cream con- test during Spirit Week. 3: Therese Bees takes her books from her locker. She designed Christmas or- naments in ceramics: 4. : Kelli ' Deagle checked her answers to a Biplogy HsiShefed theJVeheerlead- ing squad 5 Jenny Dvorak studies m the library
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