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semester one divider student life preview academic preview athletic preview

104 semester two divider 106 student life preview 124 academic preview 144 athletics preview 168 people divider 260 ads divider 318 reference divider 320 athletic records 322 clubs 332 index 338 colophon 340 closing

REFERENCE

summer first day ties that bind/jkb honor code peace day election pre-med spirit week veterans day thanksgiving author visit fellesmere/docks yes, virginia

108 talent show 110 robotics 112 community service 114 souper bowl 116 nahs 118 galapagos/dc 120 mission trip 122 glee club


ACADEMICS 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58

period 1 period 2 period 3 period 4 period 5 period 6 period 7 performing arts lower school lower school

PEOPLE 170 ech/kindergarten 172 first/second 174 third/fourth 176 fifth 178 sixth 180 dedication 182 faculty/staff 186 seventh 188 eighth 190 freshmen 194 sophomores 198 juniors 202 seniors 256 superlatives

126 period 1 128 period 2 130 period 3 132 period 4 134 period 5 136 period 6 138 period 7 140 lower school 142 lower school

62 varsity football 64 varsity cheer 66 jv football/cheer 68 flag football 70 ls cheer 72 varsity volleyball 74 jv/fr/jh volleyball 76 ls volleyball 78 boys swim/dive 80 girls swim/dive 82 ls swim 84 boys golf 86 girls golf 88 boys cross country 90 girls cross country 92 boysvarsitybasketball 94 girls varsity basketball 96 jv/jh basketball 98 boys varsity soccer 100 girls varsity soccer 102 jv/jh soccer 146 ls soccer 148 ls basketball 150 baseball 152 softball 154 boys varsity lacrosse 156 boys jv/jh lacrosse 158 girls lacrosse 160 boys tennis 162 girls tennis 164 boys track &field 166 girls track & field

ATHLETICS

The main content of this book is organized chronologically, split into two semesters. and further divided into categories: student life, academics and athletics. The people, advertisements and reference sections are located in the back of the book. Please use the detailed table of contents at left to navigate through the book.

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VISIBLE

HOLY TRINITY

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY Upper campus

550 STUDENTS 5625 holy trinity drive melbourne fl 32940

lower campus

320 STUDENTS 50 west strawbridge avenue melbourne fl 32901

James Befanis (12) & senior boys on 11/29 during faculty appreciation day - photo by S. Tricano


2 When you first look at us, you can clearly see:

values of honor stemming from 50 years of tradition,


There's something going on here.

a head of school who knows us each by name,

Just wait and see. it's obvious. it's VISIBLE.

3 and graduates that act more like family than classmates.

Alyssa Villmow (PK) & Ava Teply (PK) - photo by Julie Brown


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"To be visible you stand out from the rest, you can help others like homeless people and those who are less fortunate." - Shaw Frederick (6)

SEMESTER ONE The year began with our eyes on the prize, each of us working towards what makes us

visible.

"I think people know me because I have a totally different culture. and they are interested to know about my country and I enjoy talking with them about it." - Charles Yuan (11)


"I work really hard to try to be a positive role model for other students to look up to at our school, so I hope I can be viewed in that way."

"I feel that I'm recognized through diving because I've made a mark in that sport."

- Megan McCreery (12)

- Robert Morgan (11)

"I am in the J. Kyle Braid Leadership Foundation. A lot of the Junior High and Freshman students see me and the rest of the JKB students when we run their retreats." - Zach Ullian (11)

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STUDENT LIFE 14 honor code

12 ties that bind

10 first day

8 summer


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36 yes, virginia

34 fellesmere

32 author visit

30 thanksgiving baskets

28 veterans day

22 spirit week

20 pre-med club

18 2012 election

16 peace day


ANIMATE yourSUMMER

Isabela Rovira spends her summer enrolled in a rigorous animation program in Michigan.

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hile some students spent their time off recuperating from the previous year, Isabela Rovira (11) took advantage of her summer days to become better acquainted with the area that interested her most: animation. She attended the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Interlochen, Michigan, for a total of three weeks. As she had always been fascinated by animation, admiring the work of companies such as Pixar and Disney, Isabela felt at ease as she completed projects with others who shared her interest. Projects included rotoscope animation, which consists of super-imposing hand-drawn animation onto a film, using the film as “a pose”. “I had to hand redraw each of those 3,000 frames and incorporate my own designs and characters over the film.

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The process took a week and a half, with a 10 hour work day every day,” said Isabela. Isabela was also encouraged by those in other fields who attended the camp. “I was in a place where young visual artists were empowered to explore and push boundaries. Students from every discipline, including music and theatre, became interested in our projects and screening. The encouragement of my instructors and the professional resources available at the DeRoy Center for Film Studies sparked my interest in filmmaking,” said Isabela. The experiences Isabela had at Interlochen helped her continue her passion and further her career as an animator.


“I was in a place where young visual artists were empowered to explore and push boundaries.” - Isabela Rovira (11)

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COLLABORATIVE EFFORT During her time at Interlochen, Isabela Rovira (11) was able to collaborate with teens who shared the same interests as her for a number of projects. “We all shared a common goal of learning and becoming better artists. When you are in a group like that, you feel energized and enthusiastic about your work even if it is long and tedious. Animation requires a lot of teamwork and collaboration because of the immense effort it takes to make films,” said Isabela. photo courtesy L. Rovira

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ROTOSCOPE FILM Filming for her rotoscope project, Isabela Rovira (11) captures a film of her teammate playing the piano. Rotoscope consists of filming a scene and drawing it over frame by frame, it is an extremely tedious process. photo courtesy L. Rovira

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tudents uncovered the inner workings of their faith in Asheville, North Carolina. Camp Cedar Cliff provided a two week long summer home to many campers. The program, which was only offered in one week intervals in previous years, provided a sanctuary for kids ranging in grades from sixth to tenth to reflect on their faith.

“I loved camp so much

when I only went for one week so two seemed even better.” -Justin Ganiban (9)

THIEVING MAGPIE To set up the next frame, Isabela Rovira (11) moves a chair into the next position for her stop motion animation project with her group in Interlochen. “The film consisted of 900 individual pictures and lasted about a minute. In the animation, the chairs are dressed like gentleman, hence the mustaches and ridiculously thick eyebrows. The chairs dance a waltz to the 'Thieving Magpie' Overture by Rossini,” said Isabela. A still-shot from her project is shown above. photo courtesy L. Rovira

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“Compared to the one week I learned so much more about God and his works. The impact it had on my life after camp was greater than ever. I feel like the two weeks gave me more time to really go into detail and get to know God and all he has done.”

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-Josh Moisand (9)

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FIRSTday Students at both campuses answer questions about their first day back.

Q&A HARIdandipani(6) ETHANpotter(6)

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SOPHIErousseau(12)

How did you feel walking on the campus on the first day of school?

I was nervous at first to be at the upper school, but once I met everybody, it was easy. Everybody was so nice and caring.

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What would a first day be like in your country, Chile?

A first day back to school in Chile is always fun. Since you have just one class you spend the whole day with, it's like being back with family after a long time.

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What were some of the things that you experienced about Holy Trinity in your first day that put you at ease about the rest of the year?

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What were you the most nervous about?

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I was scared of the schedule and all the new people and teachers I didn’t know.

HARI: I knew all the kids in my class. ETHAN: I knew Hari, and I was glad to have a really close friend who I knew went to this school. It put some of my nerves at ease.

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What excited you about the rest of the year after your first day?

I was excited for volleyball, and my sisters talked about Broadcast a lot so I was excited for that. Also, I was excited for my drama class.

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Did either of you know anyone going into your first day at school?

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My first day here at HT was awesome because I met new people and everyone has friends in different grades, which is awesome, because you have friends no matter the age.

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What are you looking forward to this year?

HARI: even though I was starting a new year - there were different classes and those classes are graded and I was nervous about my grades. Now that we're into the school year I'm not nervous anymore. I'm pretty sure I can succeed. ETHAN: I don't know if Hari agrees with me, but I am excited about midterms because I will be able to gather the knowledge that I learned into one big test. It will be a good challenge.

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Noah Benjamin (9)

How did you feel walking on to the campus on the first day?

MARYstallard(3)

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Did anything interesting happen on your first day of school?

What were your thoughts about the rest of the year after finishing your first day?

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Yes, I was really excited to come to Holy Trinity for the classes to begin with, but I was also very excited for soccer to start and still looking forward to lacrosse. I’m really sports minded, but academically, I was excited to take on Biology Honors with Mr. Chiarella.

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There were new people in my class and one of them was a girl from my old preschool.

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I was excited for the rest of the year because I met some nice people and the classes I was taking seemed like they would be fun. On your first day, was there anything you were looking forward to in particular for the rest of the year?

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Can you tell me about your first day of 3rd grade?

What did you do when you got to your classroom?

I went to find my desk and look at my workbooks. I also took a family picture and then my parents dropped me off.

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Where you nervous about your first day?

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I wasn’t nervous because I already new a lot of people from last year.

My first day was like amazing. I came in and pretended like I had come here before; I made a ton of friends and the teachers were really nice. It was the best day I ever had.

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Where you nervous for your first day of school?

Well I am always nervous with something new and I am always nervous going into a new grade. I still gotta be a little nervous, you know?

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Is there anything you are looking forward to this year?

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Yes, this year we are having crabfish and beetles in class and we get to take them home to take care of them.

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I was nervous because I didn’t know anyone, and nervous for the new teachers and classes. Also, all the people seemed to know each other, so I got a lot of names on the first day.

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BALANCEact Seventh graders bond with outdoor team building activities.

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eventh graders traded their usual uniforms for T-shirts and sneakers when they headed to Cantebury Farms for the Ties that Bind field trip. “We changed the location this year because we could combine the low and high ropes course and have more time to do activities like the climbing wall or catwalk,” said Mrs. Kathy Peters. Once there, students participated in problem solving exercises, group activities

“Teamwork is everything you need to trust people regardless of your feelings toward them.” - Logan Collins (7) and obstacle courses in the air. “The spider web game was my favorite team building activity. You had to try and get everyone from one side to the other without going through the same hole twice,” said Emelio Ziph (7). The field trip allowed the students to bond and have a break from the ordinary everyday classroom activities. “Teamwork is everything; you need to trust people regardless of your feelings toward them,” said Logan Collins (7). The trip offered an alternative atmosphere for the seventh graders to build relationships and interact in a different type of learning environment out of the classroom. “Watching the seventh graders get to know each other and make new friends is always my favorite part of the trip,” said Mrs. Peters.

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LEAP OF FAITH The seventh grade class tries to make their way across the bridge spanning the "Amazon River" without anyone falling off. If a single member of the group fell, they would all have to start over, which taught the students the importance of patience and communication. photo by K. Peters

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CONQUER YOUR FEARS During the obstacle course, Connor Hammond (7) trusts his teammate to help him climb the wall safely. "It was a good experience, but it was definitely a challenge," said Connor. photo by K. Peters

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Hold on tight Looking on while his teammate makes his way up the climbing wall, Carlo Campanini (7) belays a fellow classmate while they are on the climbing wall. "I had done it before so that's why I said I would do it," said Carlo. photo by K. Peters


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I liked when I was high

above the ground, overcoming my fears. -Liam Whitfield (7)

This was my favorite part, when we were trying to walk across the bridge. -Nadia Kumaragarwal (7)

“We were using teamwork to try to cross the 'Amazon River'.” -Ellen Armstrong (7)

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hree-men rowing!” echoed through the gym as the Sophomore Class struggled to get into groups of three. The game “Ships & Sailors” was one of many played during the sophomore retreat day led by the J. Kyle Braid (JKB) members to help the class understand what it takes to be a true leader.

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Tangled up During the sophomore retreat, groups of ten became a "human knot", attempting to untangle the knot they created with their connected arms before other teams beat them to it. Needless to say, it was easier said than done. "I learned that to get through tough situations you need to work together to accomplish it," said Daniel Welch (10). photo by Brooke Preston

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"I learned that to be an influential leader, you have to earn the respect of your team members in order to achieve success," said Kelly O'Neil (10). They were separated into ten groups and participated in obstacle courses and activities designed to force them to communicate and problem solve quickly and effectively.

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“Having a good leader that isn’t bossy or rude, but still takes charge, is key when working in a team.” - Milan Lanier (10)


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FOURTH GRADERS, SEVENTH GRADERS AND NEW MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL SIGN THE HONOR CODE.

n 8/29 fourth graders, new teachers and first year students on the parish campus stood in line, one behind the other lining the aisle of the chapel. They waited their turn to sign their names in the large book, acknowledging that they vow to abide by the honor code of the school. “Signing the book meant that I was going to follow all the rules and the ‘Holy Trinity Way’, but just signing the book doesn’t make a difference to me; I would feel the same way even if I didn’t sign,” said Piper McHenry (4). For these fourth graders it was a rite of passage into being the leaders at the lower school and for new students and teachers it was an official welcome into the

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community. One by one as they approached the large table littered with pens, each student considered their pledge as they added their name to the growing list. “I don't ask my students to do something that I would never do myself, and this just further displays that loyalty to live my life and do my job with the highest respect for those around me," said Mr. Jim McCarl. At the Pineda campus on 9/17, seventh graders and new students and teachers followed suit, lining the aisles between the pews in the Scott Center. They too signed their names in the book agreeing to follow the basic values of the code; honesty, integrity, responsibility, sportsmanship and stewardship.


“Signing the honor code meant that I was pledging to be the best student that I can be.” - Laith Rukab (4)

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CODE OF HONOR With other fourth graders, new students and teacher waiting behind them, Piper McHenry (4) and Laith Rukab (4) sign their names in the honor code book. Grace Dance (6), Mr. Dereck Parker and Mr. Jim McCarl await their turn to pledge their commitment to the code as new members of the community. "Signing the honor code shows the students that I am committed to hold my character to the same level that I expect from them," said Mr. McCarl. photo by K. Ippolito

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PERFECT SIGN In front of the whole lower school sitting in the parish chapel, Joey Elmaghraby (4) finds a spot to sign his name in the honor code book. "Signing the honor code helps me remember that every time I am in trouble I am supposed to tell the truth," said Joey. photo by K. Ippolito

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he honor council, comprised of a select group of students, nominated by their teachers led the honor code signing at the upper school. This council was tasked encouraging and educating the student body about the importance of the honor code. As seventh graders, new students and new teachers approached the tables at the front of the chapel, council members, Kailey Fischer (11) and Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12) gave a brief synopsis of the code to each person while they signed their name in the book.

“I think it`s important

because it means more to students when other students tell them why they broke the honor code.” -Kailey Fischer (11)

IN LINE TO SIGN Numerous students lined up, and waited to sign the honor code. Julie Brown (12) patiently sat and assisted students in explaining what the honor code is, and where to sign. "Being on the honor council is a privilidge because as a group we can bring a student perspective to administration about how we can make the school a community of integrity," said Julie. photo by Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak

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“The honor council is important because we have the power to instill important values of respect, honor, and integrity into the student body first hand by setting examples for those around us.”

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COME TO THE CIRCLE After Mrs. Cathy Koos draped the chains from the peace pole, students from every grade created circles, linked hand in hand. The kindergartners and pre-kindergarteners were closest to the peace pole. As “Come to the Circle� played, Ava Knight (K), Beau Couture (K), Brody DelBoccio (K), Donovan Boesch (K) Jonah Lush (K) and Henry Byrd (K) joined hands during the prayer. "We all held hands in a circle to make a link," said Brody.

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THE LOWER SCHOOL REFLECTS DURING INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY.

pin drop could be heard as the students quietly filed into their first period class in silent recognition of peace day. In the following minutes the first bell sounded, signaling the time to enter chapel. Each grade contributed in their own way to the ceremony. The sixth graders performed three pre-rehearsed songs with the help of Mrs. Ernewein. Along with Marissa Catalano (6) and Billy Lima (6) on the glockenspiel, Shane Gaughan (6) and Mason McHenry (6) assisted in percussion. At the conclusion of the performance and chapel, Reverend Pam Easterday blessed the links made by each student and teacher in the lower school. As each grade

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held onto a different colored streamer on the "Pillar of Peace", they expanded into circles while remaining connected to their classmates. This created a giant spiral in the courtyard, resembling "the ripple effect," the character education theme of the year. "We all brought the chains to the courtyard and linked them together," said Henry Byrd (K). The streamers whirled in the wind around the Pillar of Peace all day as a continual reminder that being kind and charitable to even a single person can start a chain reaction.


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CHAINS OF PEACE Students from each class created chains that were hung diagonally from the peace pole. The announcer, Mrs. Judy Houser, listed each class so the children could hang their chain. Robert Varnes (3), Jonathan Bailey (3), Amanda Kelce (3) and Kendall Harrison (3) helped Mr. Andrew Smith place the stake through one of the links in the ground. "We wrote our names on the papers and stapled them together so our class made one long chain," said Amanda. photo by DSP

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HAnd in hand The students and faculty stood in circles, one bigger than the next, creating a ripple effect to reflect the Character Education motto, “Create a Ripple”. With their heads bowed, quietness rushed over the children and faculty as they prayed. “The whole idea of peace day was to make connections and bring the student body together a part of a family,” said Mrs. Nancy Gavrish.  photo by DSP

THE WAY I pray “I have carried the candle in chapel twice and I am always careful because there is flammable oil in the candle.” - Jackson Riley (5)

LIGHT UP THE CHAPEL As the 8:25 chapel service began, the fifth grade proceeded down the isle carrying the candles, the cross, and the flags while singing to hymns played by Mrs. Ernewein. photo by DSP

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HAPPINESS RUNS IN The sixth graders perform their three songs “I’ve Got Peace Like A River”, “Peace Round”, and “Happiness Runs” with Marissa Catalano (6), and Billy Lima (6) on the glockenspiel along with other performers. photo by DSP

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-Marissa Catalano (6)

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“I was nervous about performing in front of people so I just focused on my music and looked down at the xylophone.”


ELECTION RESULTS

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The looming fiscal cliff and the current election have made me lose faith in both parties. The GOP’s strategy of Bush era tax cuts and spending cuts across social programs will not ensure a prosperous America; but the tax increases, increases in social discretionary spending, and maintenance of nondiscretionary social programs proposed by the Democrats will not bring prosperity either. Tax hikes are necessary to create a balanced budget, but these must be accompanied by changes in nondiscretionary spending. These changes should include changes to Social Security and to Medicare. These changes should include increasing the age of eligibility and shifting the focus of these programs on supporting seniors in the last years of their lives as opposed to the last quarter. Military spending needs to be cut. We no longer have the economic capability to be the world’s policeman. Discretionary

“Tax hikes are necessary to create a balanced budget, but these must be accompanied by changes in nondiscretionary spending.” social spending needs to be reexamined, and if tax cuts are seen as temporary so should spending increases. Education spending should not be touched, but it needs to fundamentally changed to incorporate the free market. The minimum wage needs to be fixed for inflation, so that hard working Americans can afford to live in this country.

I choose to be a Democrat because I believe that Democrats have a more empathetic approach to solving America’s problems, as well as the view that America is part of a global world not just the center of it. Democrats provide equal opportunity for all, be it marriage or abortion. I may not agree with your choice but I believe that you have the right to have

“America is a place of opportunity, and I think that Democrats provide a better path to make that opportunity achievable to all.” that choice to marry whomever you want or do what you think is best for you. America is a place of opportunity, and I think that Democrats provide a better path to make that opportunity achievable to all. I also believe that Democratic views on education, such as placing an emphasis on affordable higher education, are something that draws me towards the party. Everyone should be offered the chance to higher education. I think that it’s fair that the wealthy should pay a little more in taxes to make our country a better place for everyone. I don’t see how it’s reasonable for someone earning far more than the average American to pay the same as them. I know that not everyone will agree with my views but this is why I chose to be a Democrat.

VOICEyour CHOICE Seniors put their money where their mouth is and voice their opinions on the 2012 Presidential Candidates.

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“I feel that the American ideals that this country was founded on resonate in the GOP, and that’s why I am a Republican.” are paying into a government that can’t handle our money. Would you invest in a company that is 16 trillion dollars in debt? It’s frustrating to think that Medicare and Social Security might not be around when I grow old. I think that social programs need to be more efficient in respect to who receives, how much they receive, and how long they receive it. In regards to defense, I feel that most Americans have forgotten why we entered in a War on Terror in the first place. Sadly the world is not a safe place, and we need to protect ourselves from the danger that accompanies it. In the end, I feel that the American ideals that this country was founded on resonate in the GOP, and that’s why I am a Republican.

The way I have come to support the Democratic Party is from my morals and personal beliefs. I believe in the idea of equality of all people no matter what their income, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. I also believe that it is the duty of society and our government to ensure this equality. This principle of equality is one of the foundations of the Democratic Party. Women for example, are fighting for equal pay, and in 2009 Barack Obama and an all Democratic Congress passed the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act which entitled equal pay for men and women. Going to Holy Trinity we sometimes forget that the median household income of four in the United States is $50,000 a year. There are also 46.2

“The idea of bringing equality to all citizens of the United States is the reason why I associate myself with the Democratic Party.” million people below the poverty threshold. I believe in the Democratic Party’s idea that we should try to tax higher income people more to help support programs that help these people so they can survive and at least have a chance to work themselves out of poverty. It is impossible to think about getting out of poverty if you cannot even afford to buy shelter or food. The idea of bringing equality to all citizens of the United States is the reason why I associate myself with the Democratic Party. To reference a quote by President John F. Kennedy, “A rising tide lifts all boats.”

As a Republican, I believe that our country should have a smaller, less controlling government that cuts taxes on wealthy businesses and individuals. Cutting taxes on the wealthy will allow them to invest and hire others, jump-starting the

“I am against Obamacare because we should have a competitive heath care system to benefit the consumer and reduce government spending.” economy. In addition, I think that government should stay out of business, decreasing regulations. I also believe that our country should privatize social security, so that people in their retirement can have control over their own money and financial plan. I am also against Obamacare because we should have a competitive heath care system to benefit the consumer and reduce government spending. Our government should do anything possible to achieve a balanced budget to reduce the national debt.

2012 presidential election

Most people say that students’ political views are greatly influenced by what their parents believe. This is not true for me. I consider myself a moderate Republican. This political association is founded on my belief that the government should be as efficient as possible while providing a sufficient safety net for troubled citizens. I feel like most Republicans are framed as only favoring the rich because they want to cut taxes. However, I and a lot of Republicans favor tax cuts for everyone. I don’t think it is fair that we Americans

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tudents interested in medicine flooded to Mr. Chiarella’s room for a chance to listen to different types of doctors discuss their field. Christina Darwish (12) founded Pre-Med club after entering Holy Trinity and had been president of the club ever since. “After moving to Florida, I realized what a great experience it would be and decided that I wanted to found the club at Holy Trinity,” said Christina. This year a variety of doctors shared their experiences with the club. “The students in the club are considering or are planning on medical careers. This 'insider' information helps them confirm their interests or brings some reality

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Pre-Med club students take a field trip to MIMA for some hands-on experience in the medical world.

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to what they might envision that particular career is about” said Mr. Greg Chiarella. Pre-Med club even took a field trip to MIMA’s Innovation tour where they learned about minimally invasive surgery and new technology used during surgery. “I enjoyed the field trip a lot. We got to use some high tech devices and learn a lot about the medical field,” said Kim Fiore (11).


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THE CATCH Imitating Laparoscopic surgery, Pre-Med club members, Kim Fiore (11) and Jenna Hindsley (11) use simulators to put beans in a plastic cup, with a catch. Students could only see what they were doing via a monitor, just as a surgeon who performs this type of surgery. photo by Anna Fusco

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two eyes up With two hands on the handles and two eyes on the monitor above, Christina Darwish (12) practices putting transfering beans into cups with the simulator. "It was really difficult because you were looking at the monitor instead of directly at what you were doing," said Christina. photos by Anna Fusco

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HELLO OPERATOR Using a plastic model Vashti Shiwmangal (12) and Zoha Irfan (9) practice doing surgery. Members of the Pre-Med club learned how to pull out different organs in the abdomen while operating. photo by Anna Fusco

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egan Bernier (12) attended the Pre-Med club field trip to MIMA’s Innovation Tour Bus and learned about minimally invasive surgery. “I’m really interested in biomedical engineering of surgery and the field trip reassured me that

“I’m really interested in biomedical engineering of surgery and the field trip reassured me that I’m heading in the right direction. I was able to use the equipment that I hope to use at some point during my career.” - Megan Bernier (12)

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I’m heading in the right direction,” said Megan. She learned about different kinds of technology used during surgery. “It was a great experience because it was very hands on I was able to use equipment that I hope to use at some point during my career,” said Megan.

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STITCHING STAPLES Using new technology Megan Bernier (12) practices stapling sponge foam. This conveyed how it would be to staple tissue during surgery. photo by Anna Fusco

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MONDAY WEDNESDAY celebrity day twin day 22

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Austin Riffe (11) photo by Spencer Sperando; Isabella Greenspoon (11), Kendall Kara (11) photo by Andrea Bomalaski; Mrs. Catherine Ford, Mrs. Dori Knodel, Mrs. Rebecca

Cacciatore, Mrs. Debbi Simmons, Mrs. Pat Craig, Mrs. Nancy Giangrisostomi, Mrs. Mimi Givens photo by McKenna Ville; Munashe Chinyanganya photo by Julie Brown; Jimmy Reinman (10) Photo by McKenna Ville.

"I bought my costume at goodwill and stuffed it with t-shirts to get Madea's figure." -Munashe Chinyanganya (12)

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Mitchell Kara (9), Justin Ganiban (9) photo by Kendall Kara ; Matthew Allison (11) photo by Andrea Bomalaski; Ruby Watts (12), Calvin Quigley (12) photo by Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak; Megan McCreery (12), Emily Jameson (12), Maddy Kissel (12), Gabrielle AguiloSiera (12) photo by Chelsea Pruitt; Mary Lewis (11); Kailey Fischer (11) photo by

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"Justin and I went to Wal-Mart and got the most obnoxious things we could find." -Mitchell Kara (9)


"AP 2D Design painted faces for animal day. I got to know more people and improved my drawing skills."

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: Cameron Osman (11), Dylan Collins (12), Ryan Collins (12), Brandon Collins (12) photo by Izzy Carmona; Alexis Chamoun (10), Sara Ashley (10) photo by Victoria Zeger; Josh Unum (11) photo by Morgan Zuchowski; Shuhan Li (12) photo by Lily Li; Lizzie Hicks (10) photo by Sunny Lu.

-Shuhan Li (12)

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-Cole Oliver (12)

time travel day

"I got the boom box from my garage, it was my dad's back in the day and he surprisingly still had it."

THURSDAY

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Cole Oliver (12) photo by Morgan Zuchowski; Ricky Berthiaume (9) photo by Morgan Zuchowski; Audrey Wilson (9) photo by Baylee Whitley and Remy Rudd; Matt Allison (11), Trey Ville (11), Casey Nierenberg (12) photo by Izzy Carmona .

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“When they asked for volunteers to dance, I jumped up so fast.” -Casey Nierenberg (12)

“I saw Joon dancing

alone, so I figured I should go out and support a fellow tiger.” -Sean Carroll (12)

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“The song has a really upbeat and catchy tune.” -Ryan Allison (12)

Bringing Spirit With his dancing skills, Joon Choi (11) along with Cole Oliver (12), Ryan Allison (12), Casey Nierenberg (12), and Sean Carroll (12). dance to Gangnam Style. "When the music started, everybody chanted, 'Joon, Joon, Joon,' so I couldn't say no to that," said Joon. During the Pep Rally, the students in the stands got rallied up, excited to share their school spirit. photo by Victoria Clark

THE WAY I

WON IT

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“I'm just honored that my class voted for me. Having support from my friends is much more important to me.” - Mary Lewis (11) KELLY O'NEIL sophomore duchess

TAYLOR MCHOLLAN freshman sweetheart

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Faculty and students danced to the most popular song of the year at the homecoming pep rally.

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he pop single Gangnam Style by the South Korean musician PSY debuted in July 2012 and reached over one billion Youtube views within the first six months of its release. The song and music video took students across the country by storm, and Holy Trinity was no exception. Not only students, but also parents and teachers practiced the signature dance moves. "I personally think the song is extremely

“The phrase 'Gangnam Style' is a Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam District of Seoul.”

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School Spirit The entire student body comes together to take part in the Pep Rally's festivities. ABOVE: During their performance, Gisela Martinez (8) smiles as she cheers with her team. "I enjoyed cheering because everyone was really pumped and excited with school spirit," said Gisela. The cheerleaders had a tradition of making a routine to spread school spirit during the annual pep rally. photo by Julie Brown RIGHT: The tiger mascot, Mikey Mireles (8) gazes on the festivities, looking for his chance to jump in.

annoying, but my mom will randomly break out in the dance,” said Mackenzie Hennis (11). Guinness World Records named Gangnam Style as the most liked video on Youtube. By the end of 2012 the song topped music charts in thirty different countries. "A lot of my friends in Chile know and love the song," said Sophie Rousseau (12). Although students don’t know very much about the background on the famous song, some of the foreign exchange students were very helpful. "The phrase 'Gangnam Style' is a Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam District of Seoul," said Joon Choi (11). Preferred or not, nobody can argue that the song held an important place in pop culture, enough to be featured in the Pep Rally. "It's the first video ever to reach a billion views on Youtube and that's pretty epic," said Bryce Gerhart (8).

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- Joon Choi (11)

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TWO MAN GROUP Colorful water splashes onto the stage as Joe Torkelson plays his snare drums. "Playing with an iconic figure such as Joe was legendary," said Alex Theodotou. The duo drew inspiration from the famous Universal show, Blue Man Group. photo by Aliyah Stephens

SOUND& light

Senior boys compete for the honor of being crowned Mr. Tiger. Lights dimmed as Mr. Tiger's first candidate, Dolan Bortner (12), walked to center stage. Sounds of utter shock rocked the audience as Dolan belted out the lyrics to an Italian Folk Song titled "O Sole Mio". This was an unprecedented feat, as no other Mr. Tiger Candidate had attempted to perform a foreign song. "My grandfather used to sing 'O Sole Mio' around the house whenever he visited," said Dolan. Laughter filled the auditorium as Casey Nierenberg (12) began his parody of Trouble on my Mind by Pusha T. The skit began with a video of Matt Allison (11), Ryan Allison (12), Kerry Sweeney (11), and Tanner Crouch (12)

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rapping around the Suntree Country Club golf course. Casey then entered the stage with the video's cast and continued rapping from where the video left off. Cole Oliver (12) and Sean Carroll (12) completed their acts and went off the stage. Black lights flickered on across the stage illuminating Joe Torkelson (12) and his assistant, Alex Theodotou (12). The duo began to drum in unison, increasing tempo and complexity over time. Alex poured water on the drums adding colorful aquatic explosions to the music. Joe's "Blue Man" skit won over the audience and he was crowned Mr. Tiger.


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It's amore Spotlight on, Dolan Bortner (12) begins to sing "O Sole Mio", an Italian folk song. "I grew up around Italian culture and I wanted to share this with the school," said Dolan. photo by Spencer Sperando

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5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Goodnight! Students laughed as Sean Carroll (12) "interviewed" Coleman Sperando (12) for his Mr. Tiger Skit. "I've always thought British Humor is hilarious, why not do it on stage," said Sean. Sean chose to reenact a scene from Monty Python a British comedy troupe. photo by Spencer Sperando

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2012 homecoming court

“Winning came as a huge surprise, I was both shocked and honored that the school would choose me for Homecoming Queen.” - Savannah Hicks (12)

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“I was really excited about dressing up ame brought and sitting our team on topcloser of the car to drive around together the field. ” because we -Brianna Wahy (12)

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“It was special because it meant the school really liked me for the person that I am.” -McKenzie Altman (12) CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Savannah

Hicks (12) photo by Julie Brown; Brianna Wahy (12) photo by Julie Brown; Megan McCreery (12) photo by Julie Brown; McKenzie Altman (12), photo by Chelsea Pruitt; Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12) photo by Julie Brown; Karina Mann (12) photo by Julie Brown.

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IN HONOR OF vets Students gathered together to honor the veterans who served our country.

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tanding up from her seat in the auditorium, the spotlight found Meg Rydson (11) as she began to recite the war poem "Flanders Fields". “In Flanders fields the poppies blow
,” said Meg. Following her, Daniel O’Brien (11), Milan Lanier (10), and McKenzie Kilborne (10) recited their portion of the poem, and James Befanis (12) concluded it. “We shall not sleep, though poppies grow; In Flanders fields,” said James.

“I felt really good looking out at the audience of veterans smiling as we sang to honor them." -Jillian Sinclair (11) At the conclusion of their recital, the spotlight changed to Mr. Joe Mancini’s son, Jesse Mancini. He spoke about his experiences in the military and told a story about a girl whose life he saved. “I started to tear up when he told the story about the little girl,” said Morgan Zuchowski (11). Jesse concluded his speech and the audience turned their attention to the back of the auditorium. Keeping with tradition, students paraded down the aisles with the flags of each branch of the military as their resptive songs played throughout the chapel. The students assembled at the front of the auditorium, and held the flags high.

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Saluting VEterans As a salute to the veterans serving in our local area, the high school and junior high choir joined the band and orchestra on stage to perform a medley of songs. Mr. Jim McCarl directed the students through the program which included individual pieces by each group as well as compilations. "It was a wonderful feeling to go up on stage and sing in honor of all the veterans and current soldiers in our military, especially the ones in our community," said Kaleigh Brammer (11). photo by Julie Wollrath

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Singing in the ceremony really felt had a purpose because my dad was a veteran.

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solo Moment While being conducted by Mr. Jim McCarl, Kristof Weiss (12) sings his solo. "I performed the first verse of Battle Hymn of the Republic as a solo in honor of the veterans. I prepared for this by continually singing the lyrics in order to have the best performance possible."

-Katy Wacaster (7)

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All together now Playing the flute, Jenna Hindsley (12) accompanied the choir in the Veterans' Day Ceremony. "I was really focused on doing a good job for the veterans. We played the National Anthem, the songs for each branch of service, and a medley with the orchestra and chorus," said Jenna.

I felt good singing in pursuit of the veterans. -Bryce Gerhart (8)

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We were trying to get across the message that we should be thankful for the lives we live. -Cassidy McNair (8)

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strings resonating Venetia Lush (9) waits for her que to begin her part in a piece the band played during Veterans day. The band had practiced for weeks prior to taking their performance to the stage. photo by Julie Wollrath

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It was a wonderful feeling to sing in honor of all the veterans and current soldiers in our community

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THE WAY I thank

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“Everyone in our class made an owl using cupcake liners glued onto plastic tubes to decorate our basket.�

Classes personalize their baskets with seasonal decorations for the families of the docks.

- Grace Kircshner (4) Mrs. Rubin's class

Mrs. Bentz's class

Mrs. Evans's class

GIVEthanks

Both campuses collect items to be donated to the DOCK families during the holidays.

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lementary students and parents filled the Parish chapel to watch the Thanksgiving basket ceremony. They shifted in their seats and turned towards the back of the chapel to see the ornately decorated baskets being brought down the aisle by I-team members paired with students from each grade.

paraded out to awaiting cars to be brought to the Dorcas

Concurrently, at the Pineda campus, large grey plastic bins were arranged on the stage in the chapel, neatly in rows, thanks to the National Honor Society (NHS). After a blessing from Reverend Joy Willard Williford, the bins were

to a specific family. Many students also brought in items

Outreach Center for Kids (DOCK) and the intended families. Each student brought in two to three basic food items, which included bread, sugar, stuffing and canned goods to contribute to the baskets, each of which were assigned specific to the particular family to help make their holiday special. Turkeys were purchased for each family using donated money from each class.

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Packing up Carefully, Gabriel Perez-Alvarez (8) helps Harvey Jenkins (8) pack a Thanksgiving basket with food and necessities. "I was astounded by how much people cared for the families in need," said Gabriel. The next day, the baskets were transported to the DOCK to help families in need. photo by Remy Rudd

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Helping hands With the aid of Hector Vazquez (11), Taya Britten (9) carries one of the Thanksgiving baskets during the Eucharist. "I liked the volunteering aspect and that it was going to a good cause," said Taya. The baskets, filled to the top with food and toiletries, collected by the students and faculty, were donated to families in need at the DOCK. photo by Andrea Bomalaski

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Native tribute Dressed as Native Americans, pilgrims, pumpkins and corn, early childhood students grouped in the front of the chapel to perform during the Thanksgiving service. Austin Schultz (PS), Brooke Hess (PS) and Landon Fisher (PS) sat on the floor in the front of the group while others kneeled and stood on the risers. Each child had their own custom made hats, complete with colored feathers.


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indergartners through sixth graders sat in neat semi-circles around two large easels with blank paper, waiting for the visiting author to begin reading to them. Mr. Henry Cole, author of over 100 children's books, read a few of his books to the children and shared some of his childhood memories. "He was really silly because he told us a story about when he was little and he was trying to find a present in his parents room but they caught him," said Skyler Jensen (K). Mr. Cole who always had a passion for art, he instantly grabbed the attention of the students. He explained that

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children's Author, henry cole, pays a visit to the parish campus.

he discovered his love of art as a child and continued with inspiration from his teachers and drawing projects at school. The most memorable part of the visit for many of the children was Mr. Cole drawing the alligator and Celeste, the mouse on the large pads of paper. "He drew an alligator really fast. He can draw that fast because he practices a lot," said Tia Chenard-McKercher (K). A drawing of Celeste, the mouse from his book "A Nest for Celeste" now hangs in the Library as a reminder of Mr. Coles inspiration and love of art, animals and home.


“He drew the alligator really fast. He can draw really fast because he practices a lot.” - Tia Chenard-McKercher (K)

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pair of trumpets Kindergartners formed a semi-circle around Mr. Henry Cole's easels to get a good look while he added a chicken to his drawing of an alligator. "The alligator was silly because he was playing a trumpet and the rooster was too," said Bebe Stockton (K). photo by R. Ramos

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watch and listen First graders watch and listen as Mr. Henry Cole quickly drew Celeste, the mouse, on the large paper. "I thought the drawing was cool because I really like art," said William Wipple (1). photo by R. Ramos

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embers of the junior high book club gathered in Mrs. Peter's room every other Wednesday after school with a book in hand, ready to walk the mile down Holy Trinity Drive to Faith Fellowship Academy. Pre-School aged children sat quietly while the book club members read three or four books. "Sometimes we would choose the book based on the season, but other times we would let the kids choose what book they wanted to hear," said Kelly Davis (8). The book club members also served as good role models for the younger children. Most members read books during their spare time. "I read on average five books a week. My favorite genre is medieval historical science fiction," said Kelly.

“I like reading to the

kids because they are adorable and I can tell they look up to me.” -Jody Lookenbill (8)

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-Kelly Davis (8)

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what's next Hands in the air, kindergartners are ready to respond to Mr. Henry Cole's question about a page in his book, "A Nest for Celeste". Mr. Cole has written and illustrated over 100 children's books. He taught the children about the importance of practice throughout his visit which included reading, drawing and autographing books. photo by R. Ramos

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“I like to do it because I like to help the kids learn to love to read and teach them. It's a fun, educational thing."

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oxes labled with "Men", Women" and "Children" lined the car lines at both the Parish and Pineda campuses. Schoolwide, families were encouraged to bring in clothing to donate to other families in the north east who lost everything as a result of Hurricane Sandy. A truck full of boxes of clothing and other goods were collected and packed to be sent north to New York, Connecticut and New Jersey directly to families who needed the supplies.

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LOAD IT UP As the car filled up with presents Vashti Shiwmangal (12) and Sumayya Mujeeb (12) continued to load the car with an abundance of of toys for children of ages one to six. "Every year that I've been in Spanish I've brought in gifts for Fellesmere because I think its a good cause and brings so much joy to the children," said Sumayya. photo by Brooke Preston

“I bet they felt sad when

the hurricane came so I hope the stuff we sent made them feel a little happier” -Ryan Mozer (5)

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Timmy Nunno (5), Alex Miles (5) , Ryan Mozer

“I hope they know they are not alone in this mess and that there were people helping them, even in Florida although we are so far away.” -Timmy Nunno (5)

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Giving back The children at the DOCK made wish lists for the I-Team. They collected money and bought things such as Rollerblades, video games and dolls for the kids. Emily Cleveland (6) and Riley Draper (6) helped carry and load the gifts in the car to be taken to the DOCK. "Although it was costly, it was for a good cause," said Emily. photo by S. Tricano

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GIFTS IN ARM Eager to give back to the community during the holidays, Christina Darwish (12) takes a arm full of gifts to load up the van of gifts that went to underprivileged children in Fellsmere. "I like doing this because its a small gesture that we can do for these children. I have been doing it ever since I first came to this school," said Christina. photo by Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak


SEASON ofGIVING BOTH CAMPUSES COLLECT GIFTS FOR FAMILIES IN NEED DURING THE HOLIDAYS

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he foreign language department came together to collect toys for underprivileged children in for the eighth year.

“We’ve made this a tradition because it really makes the children happy and gives them something to look forward to during the Christmas season,” said Mrs. Carmen Mirda. Each student brought in a toy for children up to five years old. A record number of gifts were collected from across the language classes.

“It feels good to give back because it makes the children feel special and know that someone is thinking about them.” - Riley Draper (6) In the spring the Spanish National Honor Society and the Spanish club traveled to Fellsmere to visit with the children. “It makes it more meaningful to visit the kids and see how you’re affecting their lives,” said Ben McManus (11). On the parish campus, members of the I-team balanced gifts in both arms as they carried them out to Mrs. Jo Ellen Williams car in the parking lot behind the Gym. The gifts were a campus wide effort to provide presents to families in need at the Dorcas Outreach Center for Kids (DOCK). As they packed the car filled with decorated bags and boxes, the kids discussed how excited the children at the DOCK would be when they saw the presents.

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"It feels good to give back because it makes the children feel special and know that someone is thinking about them," said Riley Draper (6).

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he gym on the Parish campus was transformed with colorful Christmas decorations and ornate set pieces as part of the third grade production of “Yes, Virginia: The Musical”. Based on the children’s book, “Yes, Virigina, There is a Santa Claus,” the play, had just debuted and was funded by a grant from Macy’s which helped the third graders and music department purchase materials for props, costumes and scenery. “Macy’s gave grants to the first 100 schools who applied for it and we were one of those schools to receive the $1,000,” said Mrs. Lucia Ernewein. The week before rehearsals began, auditions were held and each student was asked to say a few lines and sing a song for the part they were trying out for. After auditions, the students worked with Mrs. Ernewein

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Third graders use a grant from Macy's to put on the seasonal play, Yes, Virginia.

throughout the first semester to memorize their lines. “I got the part of Virginia, the lead. I practiced a lot at home using the two CDs and book of music they gave me to memorize all of my lines and songs,” said Grace Price (3). The production included scripted scenes mixed in with solo songs and group songs all accompanied by music performed by the sixth graders. Some of the more prominent parts wore headsets to allow their lines and songs to be more audible to the gym packed with students and family. The large crowd caused some of the students to be nervous. "I was a little bit nervous but I overcame my nerves by just going with the flow," said Robert Varnes (3).


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SOLO TIME Backed by her cast mates, Karis Assam (3) sings her solo, Olly's Observation. "I was nervous because everyone was watching and I was singing a solo," said Karis. The students all had a designated spot to sit and wait while it was not their turn to perform and Mrs. Lucia Ernewein sat on the floor, front and center, helping the performers transition smoothly through the script. photo by S. Tricano

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STRAGGLY SANTA Book in hand, the Librarian, Angela Durso (3) sings along side Straggly Santa played by Robert Varnes (3). "He was called Straggly Santa because he rang a bell at the streets with a can for money," said Robert. photo by S. Tricano

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rs. Marna Novack's kindergarten class sat cross legged around Mrs. Cathy Koos,days before Christmas break, listening as she read one of her favorite holiday stories, "Mortimer's Christmas Manger". Mrs. Koos made her special visit to read a book of her choosing to the class once during the year right before Christmas break. "By Christmas time the kids all know who Mrs. Koos is, so it is a really nice time for her to come and it gives the students an opportunity to get know her better," said Mrs. Novak. The book was about a mouse who was looking for a new home. In the end, he finds one in a family's nativity scene.

“I love seeing the look

on their faces when Mortimer realizes his new home was actually a nativity scene.” -Mrs. Cathy Koos

all book Dressed in a costume, larger then her, Hana Hunter (3) stands in front of the crowd as a book. There were three girls wearing book costumes during the production. Hana was nervous about the play but not about wearing the heavy costume. "I was nervous because I get stage fright but I just had to breathe and it was ok," said Hana. photo by S. Tricano

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dressed the part At the beginning of the play, Grace Price (3), sings a solo at center stage as Virginia, the lead in the play. The actors with the most prominent rolls in the play wore headsets with microphones to help project their voices. "Performing in front of that large group of people made me really nervous so I just had to not think about it and just do it," said Grace. photo by S. Tricano

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of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • M/J Experiencing Art • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • Writing Enrichment • Sports for Life/Hope • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/MJ/ PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Comm. For Int’l Students • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • M/J Experiencing Art • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • Writing Enrichment • Sports for Life/Hope • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • Comm. For Int’l Students • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/ MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • M/J Experiencing Art • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • Writing Enrichment • Sports for Life/Hope • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • Comm. For Int’l Students • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • M/J Experiencing Art • Writing Enrichment • Sports for Life/Hope • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • Comm. For Int’l Students • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Analysis

Experiencing art working with claymation

I loved making the characters move and dance, but it was really hard to remember who and what had to be moved. -Nicole Janders (8)

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STEADY HANDS As Nikki Janders (8) goes into move the claymation characters, one of her partners steadies the camera for the next shot. "You have to make sure the camera is steady and in the same exact position as it was in all of the other pictures so the pictures blend together," said Jamie Perry (8). After taking the pictures, the students put the photos together into a video to present to the class. photo by Brooke Preston


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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION In order to effectively communicate exchange students including, Star Ao (11) and Jason Gong (10) were required to take Mrs. Torkelson's communications class. The skills they acquired from this class helped them academically and in their daily conversations. It also helped them with the pronunciation of difficult vocabulary and grammar, which greatly improved their writing. photo by Sydney Sutherland

Communication Learning synonyms

This class makes me confident when I speak English. -Jason Gong (9)

Environmental science POPULATION LAB

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-Brandon Collins (12)

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This experiment helped me understand current environmental issues.

POPULATION EQUATION Cooperatively, Brandon Collins (12) and Charlie Barger (11) work through the population lab in AP Environmental Science. It was a real life experiment in which they measured the impact the population of certain species have on the environment. "The results were positive, which is rare for most experiments that take place in the environment," said Brandon. The class allowed students to understand the interrelationships of the natural world, to analyze environmental problems, and to evaluate the risks due to these problems and find solutions for resolving or preventing them.

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M/J English III Advanced • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Honor • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • AP Calculus AB • Physical Sciences • Algebra I Honors • Entrepreneurship • Spanish II • English I for Int’l • Music Theory • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • Writing Composition • M/J English III Advanced • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Honor • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • AP Calculus AB • Physical Sciences • Algebra I Honors • comp graphics 1 • Entrepreneurship • Spanish II • English I for Int’l • Music Theory • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • Writing Composition • M/J English III Advanced • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • focus • Geometry • American Literature Honor • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • AP Calculus AB • Physical Sciences • Algebra I Honors • Entrepreneurship • Spanish II • English I for Int’l • Music Theory • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • Writing Composition • English III Advanced • Computer Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Geometry

AP biology CELLULAR RESPIRATION LAB

It was cool to see the process of respiration, and was easier to see it by the fluid moving up and down the tube. -Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12)

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MEASURE IT To ensure the measurement is exact, Ramzey Qablawi (10), Stuti Mishra (9) and Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12) closely examine the test tube. This biology lab tested cellular respiration. The lab showed how plants take in CO2 and let out oxygen from the fluid that was put in a tube with a seed at the end. The goal was to see which seeds needed the most oxygen, geminating or non-germating seeds. "It was cool to see the process of respiration by the fluid moving up and down the tube. You don't realize plants are breathing," said Idanis. photo by Ravenel Rudd


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DESIGN IT To express their creativity, Lucy Thomas (9) Isabel Sims (9) Marissa Robertson (9) and Max Rossi (9) design a cover for a children's book of their choice. In Computer Graphics the class designed fliers for various school plays and events. Lucy created the school's Christmas card and Zoha Irfan (9) created the Drama flier for the play "You Can't Take it With You." "I got my inspiration for my design when I learned that the play was sort of random so I tried putting random objects from the play around the flier," said Zoha. photo by S. Tricano

-Isabel Sims(9)

Computer Graphics DESIGNING POSTERS, cards and Book covers

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STUDYING NUTRITIONAL VALUES

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-Ryan Pishalski (7)

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THINK BEFORE YOU EAT After examining their favorite foods, Ryan Pishalski (7) and Josh Baker (7) compared the nutritional values them with healthier alternatives. “Doing this project made me think about making better food choices,” said Josh.

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American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • M/J HOPE/PE • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • Film Study • Hope/Weight Training • AP Physics C: Mech • Latin III Honors • Chemistry • M/J U.S History Advanced • English Honors • FOCUS French • AP Statistics • Geometry • American Literature Honors • Ceramics/ Pottery II, III • AP World History • Economics Honors • Calculus Honors • Physical Science • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • Advanced Orchestra • Film Study • Hope/Weight Training • AP Physics C: Mech • M/J Art - Latin III Honors • Chemistry • M/J U.S History Advanced • English Honors • AP Statistics • Geometry • American Literature Honors • Ceramics/Pottery II, III • AP World History • Calculus Honors • Physical Science • Spanish I • Advanced Orchestra • M/J Pre Algebra • World Literature Honors • M/J HOPE/PE • American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • M/J HOPE/PE • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • Film Study • Hope/Weight Training • AP Physics C: Mech • M/J Art - Latin III Honors • Chemistry • M/J U.S History Advanced • English Honors • FOCUS French • AP Statistics • Geometry • American Literature Honors • Ceramics/Pottery II, III • AP World History • Calculus Honors • Physical Science • Spanish I • Advanced Orchestra • M/J Pre

film study EXPERIENCING THE CLASSICS

We get to watch a bunch of classic and highly rated movies that we wouldn't typically watch outside of school. -dylon collins (12)

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ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE Room 203 was often aglow with black and white films being projected on the screen during third period. In order to expose students to a wide genre of movies, Mr. Jim Hale showed his fim study class movies such as the 1946 American classic, It's a Wonderful Life. Kayla Whitlock (10) and Heather He (9) absorbed the black and white film while learning about the evolution of the film industry. photo by S. Tricano


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JUST SAY NO A required part of the Physical Education curriculum, all eighth graders enrolled in Hope, taught by Mrs. Vicki Bransford for a single semester. Ian Rich, Sam Folio (8), Anna Barger (8) Lauren Stevens (8) and Tea Boos (8), took notes as Mrs. Bransford discussed the importance of saying no to drugs and the negative effects they can have on your life. photo by Matthew Vickers

We've done projects on buying/leasing a car, poverty, budgeting, and even starting a business. I had no idea how to do any of these before this class. -Logan Lenhard (12)

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GROUPS DESIGN THEIR OWN BUSINESSES

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LEARNING THE DANGERS OF DRUGS

I learned about the negative effects different types of drugs have on you. -Gabriel Perez-Alvarez (8)

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CREATE A BUSINESS Enthusiastically Logan Lenhard (12) presents his business project for his economics class where students were instructed to create a business plan. Logan, paired with Adam Baugher (12), created a custom surfboard company. Along with their presentation they also completed a written business proposal. photo by Brooke Preston

Adv. orchestra FINE TUNING THEIR SKILLS

I've been playing for quite a while now and orchestra gives me a chance to play music with my peers and advance my skills. ACADEMICS

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PLUCK AND PLAY Various songs overlap and intertwine as Advanced Orchestra students practice their pieces. Evan Ristow (10) dedicated hours in and out of school to perfect his string skills. "I've been playing for quite a while now, orchestra gives me a chance to play music with my peers and advance my skills," said Evan Ristow (10). photo by Matthew Vickers

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French • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors • Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors – World Civilizations Honors • Pre Calculus with Calculus • FOCUS Chinese • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra I Honors • Spanish II • Spanish I • Yearbook • Beginning Orchestra • American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English III Advanced • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • AP French • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors • Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors – World Civilizations Honors • Archaeology of the Bible • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra I Honors • Spanish II • Spanish I • Yearbook • Beginning Orchestra • Archaeology and the Bible • American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English III Advanced • AP French • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors • Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors – World Civilizations Honors • Pre Calculus with Calculus • FOCUS Chinese • Physical Sciences Honors • M/J Acting • Algebra I Honors • Spanish II • Spanish I • Yearbook • Beginning Orchestra • Archaeology and the Bible • American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English III Advanced • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • AP French • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors • Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors –

ADVANCED TOPICS REVIEW WITH A GAME OF TRASH BALL

n Trash ball is a fun way to get a break from learning new material and helps our skill of solving problems under pressure. -Alex Radke (11)

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TRASH BALL Just before Mr. Matt Dopira released the answer to a game of "Trash Ball", Josh Rain (11) and Alex Radke (11) quickly finish up their parent graph before they show it for game points. "This game helps me further my math skills by practicing what we have learned making us faster at it while making it fun for us," said Josh. Advanced Topics was studying parent graphs and unit shifts and hoped to understand new mathematics concepts. Students participated in a series of games throughout the year in order to review for their tests and quizzes. Students would break up into groups and compete against each other for extra credit points or class participation points. photo by Sydney Sutherland


archeology OF THE BIBLE LEARNING ABOUT THE BIBLICAL LEADERS

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-Reverend Joy Willard-Williford

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AN IMPROV GAME OF BIBBITY BOP

Bippity Bop is like an improvisation game. If you don't retreat fast enough, you're out of the game. -Kailee Holland

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BIPPITY BOP In order to loosen up her Junior High Drama students, Ms. Emily Killian initiates a game of Bippity Bop which focuses on improvisation before starting the acting class. Ms. Killian and Kailee Holland (7) use each other as targets during the game.

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EVERY VOTE COUNTS During a debate about which biblical King is best, The Judges, Saul, or David, Reverend Joy Willard Williford counts ballots. The class was split into groups to pick a King and debate their angle. King Saul won with a four vote victory over The Judges. After Reverend Joy read off the votes for the election, the students celebrated with cookies.

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American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Computer Programming II • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Sciences Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • English Honors • American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Computer Programming II • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Science Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • English Honors • American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Computer Programming II • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • newspaper • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Sciences Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • English Honors • American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Computer Programming II • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations

"You can't simply draw a face; you have to dig deeper than that. You have to think about what's behind the face, the person's story and how it reflects you." -Veronica Paniccia (12)

AP ART

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MORE THAN ART Artistically inclined sisters, Veronica Paniccia (12) and Vanessa Paniccia (10) take on a new project based on interpreting the image left after painting over a deck of playing cards. AP Art students focus on the elements of art and how utilize them to the fullest extent in their artwork. Students were able to show that they can utilize a wide array of media 2-D or 3-D depending on which section of AP and subjects they take. "You can't simply draw a face; you have to dig deeper than that. You have to think about what's behind the face, the person's story and how it reflects you," said Veronica Paniccia (12). photo by Baylee Whitley


PHysiCAL SCIENCE GENERATING STATIC CHARGES

"I really enjoyed this lab. Mrs. Russell makes our labs so we can understand concepts in class, but she still makes them enjoyable. -Giselle Spicer (8)

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THAT STATIC CHARGE Eighth grade Physical Science students tried out the Van De Graaff generator in order to experiment with static charges running though their bodies. Giselle Spicer (8) placed her hand on the generator and experienced the feel of static electricity. "I really enjoyed this lab. Mrs. Russell makes our labs so we can understand concepts in class, but she still makes them enjoyable", said Giselle. Students especially liked this lab because it built up static electric charges in their body which made their hair spike up and helped them understand the physical properties as to why this would occur. photo by Victoria Zeger

NEWSPAPER

staff moves towards creating digital content

"Our Facebook page has gotten a lot of reponses from students, parents, and even grandparents. -Ally Nuetze (12)

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GIMME A GROWL Editor in Chief, Ally Neutze (12) shares opinion with her web editor Bobby Forman (12) on how to format content on the web page. "As web editor I filter all the news content to the website and Facebook," said Bobby. After a week at Indiana University newspaper staffers built a news-based website to generate more news content as opposed to four issues per year on feature stories. As of the first semester, the website was extremely successful with 143 likes and comments from various members of students and family members. photo by Andrea Bomalaski

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American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors Earth & Space Science Honors • BRITISH LITERATURE • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/ Sports for Life • Pre - Algebra Honors • Geometry Honors • American Literature Enriched • Drawing/Painting I • World Religions • AP Calculus BC • Chinese III/Chinese IV • Algebra I Honors • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • Ethics • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors Earth & Space Science Honors • Beginning Band • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/Sports for Life • Algebra II Honors • Geometry Honors • ETHICS • American Literature Enriched • Drawing/Painting I • World Religions • AP Calculus BC • Chinese III/Chinese IV • Algebra I Honors • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • Ethics • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • PRE-ALGEBRA • Physics Honors • Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors Earth & Space Science Honors • Beginning Band • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/Sports for Life • Algebra II Honors • Geometry Honors • American Literature Enriched • Drawing/Painting I • World Religions • AP Calculus BC • Chinese III/Chinese IV • Algebra I Honors • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • Ethics • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II

BRITISH LITERATURE Socratic circle discussions

The circles give us a chance to share our thoughts on the chapter we're reading -Ruby Watts (12)

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SOCRATIC CIRCLE Desks slide across the floor as students make their way into two circles, one around the other. For twenty minutes students within the inner circle had an opportunity to discuss their thoughts on the classes's current literature. British Literature Teacher, Mr. Bill Lindner, asked a question at the beginning of the period which the inner circle then discusses. Michael Boyle (12) and Ruby Watts (12) listen intently as Ryan Allison (12) shares is point of view. "The circles give us a chance to share our thoughts on the chapter we're reading," said Ruby Watts (12). photo by Matthew Vickers


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DESCRIBE IT In detail, Emma Walker (9) explains her view on an Ethical dilemma. She explains how she thinks parents shouldn't compare their kids to others. "I don't like being compared to my brother, because we are better at different things, so being compared to him is a lose-lose situation," said Emma. Many topics that students felt strongly about came up and they were required to talk about them in an organized manner. photo by Baylee Whitley

ETHICS

What Are your thoughts?

I don't think parents should compare their kids to each other, because each person has their own strengths and weaknesses. -Emma Walker (9)

PRE-ALGEBRA math christmas carols

SANTA SQUARED Merry tunes float out of Mrs. Susan Welch's room as students sing out tunes about mathematics. With exams right before Christmas students were already in a holiday mood. Mrs. Welch directed that excitement towards midterms by having her students write mathematical Christmas Carols. Alex Preston (7) holds his song sheet while Sebastian Tirato (7) and Joshua Knight (7) sing along. "We wrote songs to the tunes of 'Oh Christmas Tree,' it was a way for us to study by memorizing a song," said Alex Preston. photo by S. Tricano

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We wrote songs for math to the tunes of 'Oh Christmas Tree'. It was a way for us to study by memorizing a song .

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AP Literature • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Biology Honors • Analysis of Functions • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Intro to Journalism • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • M/J Art • Biology • Chemistry Honors • AP Latin • Advanced Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • Advanced Band • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life • Chinese II • Geometry Honors • American Literature Honors • Chinese II • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra II • Spanish I • Digital Photography • M/J Concert Choir • World Literature Honors • AP Literature • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Biology Honors • Analysis of Functions • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Intro to Journalism • M/J Comp PE II • field ecology • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • M/J Art • Biology • Chemistry Honors • AP Latin • Advanced Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • Advanced Band • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • American Literature Honors • Chinese II • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra II • Spanish I • Digital Photography • M/J Concert Choir • World Literature Honors AP Literature • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Biology Honors • Analysis of Functions • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • Economics Honors/ AP Government • World Civilizations • Intro to Journalism • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • M/J Art • Biology • Chemistry Honors • AP Latin • Advanced Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • Advanced Band • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • American Literature Honors • Chinese II • Physical Sciences

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CHARACTERIZE THE CHARACTER Chinese II students Venetia Lush (9), Crystal Severance (11) and Dana Dziadul (9) describe their character's that they created in Chinese. The class of five students enjoyed the culture and the language of Chinese. "I really enjoy Chinese because I love how different it is from other languages," said Maria Van Allen. photo by Baylee Whitley

I am a very artistic person. So I like Chinese, because I love being able to write in characters. -Venetia Lush (9)

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Field ecology Capturing Cuban tree frogs

The purpose of the traps is to help track the frog populations and see what type of frogs we can find here on campus.

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SET THE TRAP Walking amongst campus wildlife and wilderness, George Winsten (11) and Abby Easterday (12) prepare frog traps throughout the school's trees. Mr. Wes Lovelace directs them on where to place them. "The purpose of the traps is to help track the frog populations and see what type of frogs we can find here on the campus." said Alexis Joseph (12). photo by Allen Britten

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DRIBBLE THE BALL Swiftly, Grafton Page (10) dribbles the soccer ball past Michael Lynch (9) down the gym floor during Sports for Life in a game of indoor soccer. "I liked playing indoor soccer, because my favorite sport is soccer and I like playing sports indoors," said Michael. • Each week the class would play different team sports, such as flag football, kickball, volleyball, and tennis. This allowed the students to be exposed to a variety of sports they otherwise wouldn't have tried.

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Physical education Dodging and running

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ACADEMICS

I liked playing indoor soccer, because my favorite sport is soccer and I like playing sports indoors. -Michael Lynch (9)

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HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA PUTS ON “YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU”.

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MEETTHE sycamores

To learn my character I watched an online video of the play and then added my own spin to him so I could get a really unique person. -Jimmy Reinman (10)

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ime slowly ticked by counting down the final minutes to curtain call. The students memorized their lines like the back of their hands after hours of vigorous rehearsals preparing them for the final minutes before show time. "After all of our long rehearsals after school and on the weekends I was never worried about my lines and I knew all of my other classmates knew their lines too," said

“Getting into character was not hard once I fully understood my character, so I could walk, talk and act like her.” - Milan Lanier (10) Trey Ville (11). Once the curtain revealed the large colorful set, the actors walked onto the stage confident and ready to put on a show. The audience waited quietly for the silence to be broken. Characters flooded the stage wearing big colorful dresses and costumes, drama students ran back and forth between the dressing rooms to get into their next outfit before running back onto stage once more. "Since I played a man I had to wear a lot of suits and suspenders and eventually a Roman costume, so it was really a cool experience," said Kelly O'Neil (10). Many days were spent studying all of the characters in the play trying to determine how they would sit, stand, talk, look and eat. "Getting into character was not hard once I fully understood my character, so I could walk, talk and act like her. Ms. Killian had us research our characters and analyze the play so we could create a very convincing character," said Milan Lanier (10).

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STRIKE A POSE Several minutes of holding a back breaking pose Kelly O'Neil (10) stays completely still allowing co- actress Hannah Shuman (11) to finish painting her stunning portrait. photo by Mckenna Ville


In the play there were so many twists in the plot and the rest of the cast really showed off all of our acting skills in a great preformance. -Milan Lanier (10)

I loved playing my character "Essie" because I had never taken ballet before, it was hard but I got used to it after a while and had a blast.

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WAVE OF SHOCK A wave of actors ran across the stage with faces of emotion and shock, all focused on the fallen actor James Befanis (12). "This play was really fun to see all of the characters come to life and act like a completely different person," said James. photo by Mckenna Ville

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SWITCHING ROLES Layers of makeup were piled on Casey Nierenberg (12) by Kelly O'Neil (10) minutes before taking the spotlight on the stage. "Putting on makeup was definitely weird but it was funny so I didn't care," said Casey. photo by Mckenna Ville

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The cast for this play was really fun even though our rehersals were really long. We all had a great time and made the best of it.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART • MUSIC • CHINESE • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • DISCOVERY LAB • EARLY CHILDHOOD • KINDERGARTEN • FIRST GRADE • SECOND GRADE • THIRD GRADE • FOURTH GRADE • FIFTH GRADE • SIXTH GRADE • ART

FOURTH GRADE ANIMAL RESEARCH USING IPADS

Using the iPads gave us the technology and the internet to be able to get more facts quicker and easier then using books. -Olivia Yochim (4)

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ANIMAL RESEARCH With the iPad as her research tool, Olivia Yochim (4) jots down notes to use in her research paper on the dung beetle. The iPad Lab gave teachers opportunities to include more technology into their curriculum. The fourth grade spent about 30 minutes creating their research paper and then presented their information to the rest of the class. With the use of technology on the rise, teachers had to make sure to instruct students on how to obtain accurate information from the internet from reliable sources. photo by Julie Brown


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CREATIVE ENERGY In the afternoon after quite time, Olivia Durgin (K) stands on a stool to draw storm clouds on the white board. "I use black and blue to draw storm clouds on the white board because those are the colors of the rain and clouds," said Olivia. Each day, Mrs. Novak's kindergarten class had afternoon centers for creative play where the students would choose a different part of the classroom to focus their energy. Their choices included the building center, technology center, puzzle center, dramatic center and hands-on center. photo by S. Tricano

KINDERGARTEN afternoon centers

I use black and blue to draw storm clouds on the white board because those are the colors of the rain and clouds. -Olivia Durgin (K)

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HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES Progressing through the daily curriculum, Delaney Boyle (5) and DeVaughn Dames (5) soak in the Chinese language through a kinesthetic learning style. Miss Ji guided the students through the well-known song of "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" in Chinese. " I learning how to say things in Chinese and everything in the culture is very interesting to learn about," said DeVaughn. photo by S. Tricano lower school

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You get to learn a different language and some day you’ll get to go to that country and speak their fluent language.

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Second Grade Addition and Subtraction

Seeing Mrs. Lorme do the problems on the board is a lot better then just looking at our paper. -Nasserie Kamara (2)

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THE WHEELS ARE TURNING As Mrs. Rhonda Lorme explains the process of subtraction and multiplication, Nasserie Kamara (2) goes through the problem step by step along with her. Mrs. Lorme used a document camera so her students could see her do the problem in real time. "Seeing Mrs. Lorme do the problem up on the boards is a lot better then just looking at our paper," said Nasserie. photo by S. Tricano


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A GIFT FOR A FRIEND Over half a year that had gone by, the third graders acquired new friends, their book buddies. They were matched up by the Kindergarten teacher, who had most of them and could pair up partners that will work together. As a gift to a friend, Bailey White (3) and Surina Venkat (3) decorate Christmas cards. These cards are decorated with hues of green, red and yellow to embody the Christmas spirit. photo by S. Tricano

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When she gets it I think she's gonna say let's go pick out a book. -Bailey White (3)

The best part was cutting out the organic shapes because you could make them anything you want. -Ashlyn Borboroglu (1)

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SHAPES AND SIZES During art class, Ashlyn Borboroglu (1) grabs scissors and begins to cut out different organic and geometric shapes from vibrant colored pieces of paper in warm tones. The first grade learned about painter, Henry Matisse, who switched to paper cutouts when he could no longer grip a paintbrush. Once they had all of their shapes trimmed, the students used glue to past them onto a cool colored background for contrast. "Most students created a composition that consisted of a standout color that traveled throughout the work," said Mrs. Nancy Gavrish. photo by S. Tricano

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NICK HAMER(12) Once I walk out for the captain's meeting I get really excited that the game is about to start and that my team counts on me.

RYAN (12) COLLINS When I step onto the field I have no worries from the outside world. It's a feeling like no other and there is no substitute for it.

MICHAEL(11) LEARY Being captain is representing the whole team through a few people, by hearing the other kids tells you what the team is like.

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ANTICIPATION Waiting for the completion of the perfect play, Garrett Heinlen (11) throws his helmet in the air. “The whole season was a blast and being able to watch all of our hard work pay off was definitely the best part,� said Garrett.

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RAIN or SHINE he sky was grey and the field was muddy, but the game on 10/6 forged on through the rain and wind. Few fans endured the harsh weather to cheer them on and without the roar of the crowd, it was up to them to motivate each other and add another win to the

“Playing during the storm really helped our team out. We were not used to the rainy conditions, but we all came back out and played awesome.” - Paul Sapourn (10) record books. The poor weather actually proved to be beneficial to the team in future games. “Playing during the storm unexpectedly helped our team out. We were not used to the rainy conditions, but we all came back out and played awesome,” said Paul

Sapourn (10). New faces scattered into position as the boys took the field, wiping the rain from their helmets to prevent it from dripping on their eyes. “All of the new kids brought something unique to the team and really helped us this season,” said Cameron Osman (11). Despite the weather, the team members were excited to put their newly practiced plays to work. "I was really anxious for our game to be able to play and hopefully see all our hard work finally pay off," said Demetrius Shaw (10). As the cloud cover continued to darken the field and block the remaining sunlight, the scoreboard read a victory over Saint John Neumann Catholic with a score of 16-6.

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LEAP OF FAITH LEFT: All eyes lock on James Lovett (11) as he reaches in the air to snatch the spiraling ball. “During warm-ups the whole team got each other pumped up and ready to win,” said James. RIGHT: The stands cheer as Daniel Welch (10) jumps for the ball then weaves his way through the open field. photo by J. Bazely

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JUST KEEP SPRINTING Players sprint toward Joshua Harden (9) as he carries the ball and plows through the massive defense line. “We worked, played and fought hard as a team, but we really couldn’t have been successful without our seniors and line men,” said Joshua.

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T-STREAMING SPIRIT Before the game cheerleaders, Natalie Rolls (10) and Lauren Petrosky (12) pump up the crowd by running across the field with blue and gold streamers. “We tried new things this year to get the fans involved like throwing out t-shirts and candy� said Lauren.

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on 9/21 against Trinity Prep was put on hold as a powerful rainstorm rolled through the field. However, This did not stop the cheerleaders or football players. As fans started to file out of the bleachers, the cheerleaders put on their ponchos and rain gear to cheer on. "At first I didn't want to stay and cheer, but once we started and the team was winning it became really exciting," said Anastasia Hirsch (11). The rain kept falling as the football team kept scoring, and finished with a win of 14-6. "It was actually more fun cheering in the rain because it was a good change and everyone was just acting silly," said Danielle Hennessy-Wack (12). photo by DSP

"The rainy game brought our team closer together because we all lifted each others spirits' and encouraged one another to keep cheering." -Natalie Rolls (10)


STREAM ofCHEER THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS FIND THEIR SPIRIT.

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in or lose, the cheerleaders supported the football team each game, no matter the size of the crowd. The whole team helped amped up school spirit in the hallways on game day. They arrived at school at 7 a.m each Friday to hang up decorations. These included footballs with the player’s names, blue and gold posters and stickers on each player’s locker. Each cheerleader was also assigned a player to bring food and treats to on game days to get them pumped up for their game. “Making the decorations was really fun and it was a good way to have team bonding,” said Anne Hirsch (11).

“The new coach helped us get a fresh start that was really good for the team” - Lauren Ferrara (12) The school spirit continued on at the games where the cheerleaders made huge decorated banners to hold at the beginning of games for the football players to run through, and ran with blue and gold streamers across the field. To get the crowd roused the cheerleaders threw out candies and “I 'heart' HT Cheerleaders” shirts.

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CHEER TRADITIONS To cheer on the players, Sommer Rush (10) and Sidney Foster (9) line up near the end zone. With each advance down the field the cheerleaders followed the boys to lift their spirits as they neared the end zone. “Every play, we followed the ball down the field so to players could hear us cheering. We also continued the tradition of doing push ups after each touchdown to show our support,” said Sommer. photo by J. Bazely

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Move That BaLL, TIGERS From evening into the night Audrey Wilson (9) and the varsity cheerleaders pumped up the crowd and football players. To keep the positive energy flowing they got the crowd involved and performed new routines and stunts. “It was fun doing new stunts and pushing the team to try new things,” said Audrey. photo by J. Bazely

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JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL LIVES UP TO THEIR NICKNAME AND DEFEATS TRINITY PREP IN A CLOSE MATCHUP.

he boys charged onto the field each game determined to live up their nickname coined by Coach Mike Sapourn, the “warriors”. Each game they charged onto the field and fought like warriors until the scoreboard hit zero, sending the opponent home and adding another win to the record books. Off the game field they worked hard all summer, and in practice to improve on the fundamentals of football.

“Being together day in and day out we became more of a family, which greatly contributed to our success” - Mikey Mireles (8) “Being together day in and day out we became more of a family, which greatly contributed to our success,” said Mikey Mireles (8). Through hard work and determination they pulled through at their most critical game of the season against Trinity Prep. The game could have gone either way, but the team lived up to their name and won. With eight years of football experience under his belt Ethan Leary (7) played a critical part in leading the team through an undefeated season. Jacquel Perry (8), Matt Stein (8), Peyton Wallingford (8), and Mikey also played key positions on the team.

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FielD OF VISION Running the ball against Cocoa Beach, Cameron Wicks (7) heads towards the sidelines trying to make a break down the open field. "Since we had so many fast players on the team we ran a lot and we were always able to get good yardage," said Cameron. photo by DSP

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BEHIND THE LINES Running back Jacquel Perry (8) sneaks behind the lines, grabs the ball and rushes down the field toward the end zone. "Having a lot of different plays definitely helped us to be undefeated this season," said Jacquel. photo by DSP

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PLANT AND TURN Getting a block from his teammate, Ryan Coscarella (7) plants and turns using the open field to make a gain, placing the team closer to the goal line. "Using blocks to help the team was a big part of our game," said Ryan.

-Harvey Jenkins (8)

"Just try your best and don't give up." -Josh Morris (8)

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"Our hard work paid off with an 11-0 season."

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A TEAM effort the flag football team worked together to have a fulfilling season.

An exciting change came to the Flag Football Team as they got new coaches. Mr. Dereck Parker and Mr. Andrew Smith, had the team practice every Tuesday and Thursday. “At practice they would pick an offense and a defense and then keep on switching,” said Braden Collins (6). While in their offense and defense they would run zones. Each player got a zone and had to stay in it. As their opponent crosses into one of the defender’s particular

“I just like the feeling when you catch the ball and you're running, or when you pull somebody's flag. It makes you feel good on the inside.” - Olivia McHenry (6) zone, that player was then in charge of stopping their opponent from progressing. The new coaches made a commitment to the team and were at every one of their games. They made quite an impression on their players. “They pushed us a lot more then last year's coach. They definitely new what they were doing,” said Lana Rukab (6).

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Waiting game During an offensive drive, Kai Fricke (6) waits for the next play to begin and another chance to gain precious yards. "I like catching the ball and running all the way and beating everybody as a wide reciever," said Kai. photo by B. McHenry

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HEAD FOR A TOUCHDOWN With the ball in her hands, Ashley Stevens (6) works her way down the field. At every turn, she is avoiding her opponents. Her teammates watch as the chance to achieve a point is placed in her possession. "The best feeling is when you get to run the entire field. You get a hand off and no one touches your flag," said Ashley. photo by B. McHenry

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ON THE DEFENSIVE After having their chance to score, the ball is turned over to the other team. Olivia McHenry (6), Jason Elmaghraby (6), and Matthew Olinde (6) along with the rest of the team took the offensive. As they follow the ball, they look to grab the other team's flag. "While I was playing defense, I went to pull a guy's flag, but it wouldn't come off. So, I just held on until it eventually came out," said Matthew. photo by B. McHenry

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CHEER SQUAD Waiting for the game to start, Kate Ippolito (2) and Ivy Knight (1) watch the fifth and sixth grade basketball teams warm up on the court. Once the game started, the coaches directed them on which cheer to do to get the crowd pumped up. "The tiger was there and someone pulled his tail," said Ivy. photo by S. Tricano

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n 9/28 the Pep Club Cheerleading Team joined the Varsity Squad to cheer on Varsity football at the game against Deltona Trinity Christian. “The lower school cheerleaders and pep club look forward to cheering at the upper school more than anything else in their season,” said Tami Saladino. To prepare for the event, Coach Anderson held a Saturday clinic to learn the chants, cheers, and dance routine. The Varsity and Pep Club team attended the clinic to prepare for the big event. The night of the game, the Varsity team cheered with the Pep Club team during the first half of the game. At half time, the Pep Club team got to show what they had by cheering and dancing by themselves in front of the crowd. “The Pep Club Cheerleading team enjoyed cheering with the varsity team and they look forward to next year and beyond,” said Tami.

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oach Colleen Middlebrooks stood at one end of a line of 25 girls, dressed in blue, white and gold shouting directions over a roaring crowd in the Parish gymnasium. One by one, the girls passed down the line what their next cheer would be. At the count of three, the girls hollered their cheer in unison, jumping and clapping their hands together.

“My favorite part about cheering is doing forward and back flips� - Ivy Knight (1)

The girls, who practiced together once a week, cheered at many athletic events throughout the year including flag football, soccer and basketball. Along with their matching uniforms, the girls all added a little more spirit to their outfits with their blue and white tiger striped ribbons, embroidered with their own names on them.

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Moral support Waiting for the next cheer to start, Chloe Nowak-Vansant (2) watches the intramural basketball game on 11/22. "My favorite part about cheering was doing the cheer dynamite," said Chloe. As the game progressed, they switched from cheer to cheer to lift the spirit of the players on the court. photo by S. Tricano

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School Spirit In the gym on 11/21 during an intramural basketball game, Karis Assam (3) performed the cheer "Who Are We, We are Holy Trinity" with her teammates. They encouraged the fifth and sixth grade teams as they competed against each other for bragging rights. "I'm excited to cheer because it is a good opportunity to be with your friends and just cheer on your team," said Karis. photo by S. Tricano

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KENZIE FARRISH(8) It's always fun to go to the Varsity Volleyball games to see what the Ambush will do next.

JOHN (11) BOHNE Painting before the games was my favorite part of the Ambush because I could show off my new school spirit.

MICHAEL BOYLE(12) It was senior night so we all wore crowns we made in honor of the seniors.

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BIG SWING To score for her team, Izzy Carmona (12) takes an aggressive approach to spike the ball over the net, as Lindsay Vaught (10) stands alert ready to cover the ball off the block. "The best is when you get a kill and no one on the other team even touches it," said Izzy. photo by DSP


COLLEGEball Izzy Carmona and Savannah Hicks lead their team towards success during the season.

Two of the four returning varsity players and the only seniors, Izzy Carmona (12) and Savannah Hicks (12), led the girls’ varsity volleyball team and motivated the underclassmen to reach their full potential.

“All I do is work out and play volleball. I basically live and breathe it. I love it but at the same time I feel like I have to do it because it has become part of who I am.” - Izzy Carmona (12) Savannah Hicks ha been a very versatile player for Holy Trinity and her club teams. At 5’10 she had played outside hitter, setter, and right side hitter. Some of her accomplishments included being 2009 Varsity Team Rookie of the Year, as well as being a member of the 2011 Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) All Star All- Tournament Team, and 2012 Vegas Classic Showcase Gold Runner Up out of 140 teams. She was recruited by Florida Atlantic University to

play both indoor and outdoor volleyball. "I'm most excited to play the sport I love for another four years and to reach my fullest potential with it," said Savannah. Izzy, a 6’3 right side hitter dominated the court with 208 kills and 49 blocks. She had dedicated countless hours to her high school and club teams, which led to her winning track record. "All I do is work out and play volleyball. I basically live and breathe it. I love it but at the same time I feel like I have to do it because it has become part of who I am," said Izzy. Izzy’s 2012 Orlando Volleyball Academy’s 17 Asics team became AAU National Champions and placed fifth in USA Volleyball nationals. They are also ranked third in the country. Izzy was recruited by Florida State University to play collegiate volleyball as an right-side hitter.

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BLOCK FOR SUCCESS Two of the main blockers on the team, Tristin Kott (9) and Chelsea Pruitt (11) go up to block the ball against the opponent. "Blocking is one of the best feelings because you shut down their offense," said Tristin. photo by DSP

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SET UP Intensely focused, Megan Moisand (11) begins the first round of three hits on the defensive side to set up the team for a kill. “Each touch is important because you're setting your team up to make a good play," said Megan. photo by DSP

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READY With great anticipation, Jenny Ryan (10), Chelsea McManus (10), and Savannah Hicks (12) stand waiting for the pass from the opposing side. "You have to stay focused when you play defense, because if you get distracted you could miss the ball," said Jenny. photo by DSP

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ASHVI LUTHRA(7) Playing volleyball taught me it's okay to loose because sometimes you win and sometimes you loose, but you just have to have fun.

AMBER (7) FISHER The best thing about being on the team was getting to play and have fun with my friends.

KATE STARKEY(7) This game was going to be our first win and I was telling my teammates to get set.

HIT, SET, SPIKE Focused on the pass, Talia Douglas (8) makes a perfect pass for the setter to set the ball allowing for the hitter to crush the ball over the net. "I wanted to reach my goal of having a successful season," said Talia. photo by DSP

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OUT rocking Rising volleyball players get pumped to music during warm-ups. A remix of multiple songs accompanied by laughter could be heard coming from the locker room; a noise that was not unfamiliar to the head coach of the girls’ freshman volleyball team, Mrs. Mindy Smith. “Before every game we blast music and all sit in a circle to tell jokes because it helps us all relax and get our mind set for the game,” said Kendall Vaught (8). “My goal this season was for me and my sister to not fight out on the court, but at the end of the season I was so happy to have her on my team,” said Emily Vaught (7). The girl’s season consisted of a big win over Harmony High School when

“Before every game we blast music and all sit in a circle to tell jokes because it helps us relax and get our mind set for the game” - Kendall Vaught (8) the girls went into a third game, but finally overpowered the other team and came up victorious. “Our most crucial game was Harmony because we drove all the way out there so we could win, and because Bright House was there it was really fun and exciting!” said Talia Douglas (8). The team ended the season successfully, with an undefeated season, a new team bond, and a win over their largest competitor.

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DOMINATION Jumping high, Sara Ashley (10) dominated at the net by blocking. "Blocking is my favorite part of the game because it is up to you to stop the ball from coming over the net," said Sara. photo by DSP

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WATCH OUT While moving to cover the hard driven down ball McKenna Ville (10) digs a ball delivering it to the setter."Our team was almost undefeated until our last game, but everyone worked so hard to win we were still happy with the outcome of the season," said McKenna. photo by DSP

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GET FOCUSED Getting ready for a service, Zoe Coman (10) focuses her eyes across the net anticipating the hard driven serve. "Waiting for a serve is always scary because you have no idea where it might end up," said Zoe. photo by DSP

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EMILY CLEVELAND(6) During the breaks, I listen to Coach Arter's pep talks and plan out how I'm going to play.

GRACE (6) DANCE We had a winning season and it was lots of fun.

EMILY SHOEMAKER(6) I always encourage my teammates and help others when they need it.

DOWN AND READY At the start of the game, Brooke Bierman (4) and Holly Rugar (4) position themselves to prepare to receive the serve. "To be a leader, I realized I could hit to my other teammates so they could get a shot," said Holly. photo by Victoria Zeger

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LOVEtheGAME lower school volleyball players set their sights on the championship.

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s the season drew to a close, the volleyball team knew their final championship games were quickly approaching. 10/6 marked the date of the tournament, which would decide their final record for the year. All season, the team had been practicing the basic skills; serving, passing and setting. Many of the players decided to continue their training outside of normal practice time.

"I began to practice at home with my neighbor and it allowed me to have more control of the ball." -Grace Kirschner (4) “I began to practice at home with my neighbor, and it allowed me to have more control on the ball,” said Grace Kirschner (4). The B team earned their spot in the semi-finals with a win over Odyssey with a score of 25-6. The team continued their run to the finals to face off against Calvary Christian. Their hard work and practice paid off when they took home the first place trophy.

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Substitution During the game against Calvary Christian, Coach Christine Arter calls a substitution. To get a chance to put their skills to the test, Gabby Salyer (4) and Moriah Ross (5) wait in anticipation to enter the game as their numbers are written down in the score book. photo by Victoria Zeger

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Saved After the ball was set, Sarah Zeger (6) brings the ball back into play for the final third hit over. The other teammates, Alyssa Magin (6), Siara Tirado (6), and Emily Cleveland (6), anticipate the ball. "I was so ready to defeat the opposing team, I gave it my all,” said Alyssa. photo by Victoria Zeger

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PASS THE BALL In order to get a decent pass Sarah Williams (4) reaches for the ball. She uses her legs and flat platform to push the ball up and forward. “I said to myself try your best and try your hardest,” said Sarah.

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POINTED TOES Make sure to keep your feet locked together and pointed. It will make a huge difference in your entrance into the water.

KNEES IN Hold your knees tightly together and close to your chest. Wrap your arms around your knees to make sure they stay tucked into your body.

STAY FOCUSED I get pretty nervous before dives, so I always make sure I focus completely on my form and my dive. It helps me to stay calm.

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SPLASH AROUND After diving into the pool Mason Baughan (9) quickly bursts through the surface, splashing water into the air while doing the back stroke. "The back stroke is one of my favorite races to swim because its so different," said Mason.

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Boys swimming and diving sends a diver to State backed by a large, diverse team.

The boys’ team made a huge splash in the pool as the biggest boys swim team in school history. The team used their age diversity as their largest asset, having athletes in all grades 7 through 12.

“Being a younger swimmer it was awesome to have the seniors there to help me along the way and point out how I could improve my times.” - Michael Ferrara (8) “The team this year was a lot of fun and all of the older kids were very welcoming and helped all of us reach our potential for that season,” said Joshua Knight (7). Eric Jaffe, Charlie Barger, James Befanis, Josh Rain, Dolan Bortner, and Brian Fieldson went onto regionals, each earning their

personal best times in their respective events. Robert Morgan (11) became the first diver to make it to the state championship in Orlando. “Going to states was really awesome and my goal next year is to go back and get on the podium,” said Robert. The seniors and captains helped the younger team to greatly improve their skills in order to compete with the upper level classmen at all of their meets. “The season this year was a lot of fun all of the seniors really pushed me so I could get a better time so we could win,” said Michael Ferrara (7).

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GASP FOR AIR Bursting out of the water, Issac Furtney (11) gasps for air for a second before he makes his final strokes to the wall in the 100 Breastroke. "At the beginning of the season, I felt like I was going to drown or pass out by the end of the race, but the more I practiced, it wasn`t that bad," said Isaac.

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BUTTERFLY With his arms spread wide, Nicolas Underhill (9) takes a breath during the butterfly leg of the 200 medley relay. The 200 medley is always the first event of every meet. photo by DSP

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JUST BREATHE Gasping for a breathe of fresh air, Emily Gallini (8) shoots out of the water for a split second. "Being able to swim a lot of races this year really helped improve my time and skills" said Emily.

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My favorite dive is the front, semi-full twist. It’s the one I do the best and I hope it will take me to states next year. - Kayla Whitlock (10)


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he girls’ varsity swim team sat along the edge of the pool during warm-ups, eagerly awaiting the call for the first heat of the meet against Melbourne Central Catholic High School and Florida Air Academy on October 1. The team defeated both schools during the meet, but circumstances made this defeat even sweeter because the team consisted of only eight girls.

“Although it was exhausting swimming in the maximum number races at each meet, I knew I was helping my team score every point possible.” - Katherine Hess (11) “I really enjoyed the smaller team it allowed us all to compete in multiple races and to really bond,” said Emily Gallini (7). The small size of the team meant that the girls had to trust each teammate and work extremely hard in order to achieve the success that they were accustomed. By FSHAA rules, each girl could only be in four races per meet, and every girl was in just that. "Although it was exhausting swimming in the maximum number races at each meet, I knew I was helping my team score every point possible," said Katherine Hess (11).

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warm up and calm down After finding out the line up, Emily Morgan (9), Krystina Glasner (10), and Anush Bostanjian (10) try to calm their nerves before they make the crucial dive into the water. "I'm always pretty nervous before my first race of a meet because you don't know how good the girls are that you will be swimming against, but everyone helps each other calm down and get excited instead," said Anush. photo by Allen Britten

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DIVE IN During the girl's 200 Medley relay, Taylor Wilson (11) waits carefully as Dana Dziadul (9) completes her backstroke. Emily Gallini (8) and Katherine Hess (11) breath anxiously trying to keep calm in the nail bitting race. "I loved swimming with the older girls; they taught me a lot," said Dana.

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Selena Nishihata prepares to join the varsity swimming and diving team

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MAKE A SPLASH The signal is given for the backstroke to begin and Lauren Mohler (3) is the first to push off. Soon after, Brooke Boddy (5) releases her grip and lunges backward into the water. "When I am getting ready to go, I feel nervous and scared and my heart is pounding a lot but when I finish I feel fine and very happy that I did it," said Lauren. Photo by M. Mohler

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I took time off all my strokes this year, especially backstroke. It is now my favorite stroke to swim. - Selena Nishihata (6)


50strong Friendships and number strengthen the lower school swim team

The lower school swim team not only found strength in numbers, but also in friendship. The team, consisting of nearly 50 swimmers was comprised of first through sixth graders, many of them friends.

“I have been doing swim team for about four years now with at least one or two of my friends but this year was the best because most of my friends did it.” - Brooke Boddy (5) “I have been doing swim team for about four years now with at least one or two of my friends but this year was the best because most of my friends did it,” said Brooke Boddy (5). Both experienced and new swimmers benefited from the practices and meet throughout the season as Coach Patti Hamilton focused on proper technique and increasing endurance during their weekly practices. “I had taken swimming lessons before so I already knew how to swim but Coach Hamilton helped me make my strokes better,” said Adrianna Shanta (1) The hours spent in the pool practicing their technique made the kids more comfortable doing their events at meets and they started to develop favorite strokes. “I practice all of the strokes in my pool but breastroke is my favorite – I guess it is just the one for me,” said Lauren Mohler (3).

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TAKE A BREATH Finishing her race strong, Adrianna Shanta (1) lifts her head out of the water to gather a quick breath of air during the 25 yard breastroke. Most of the swimmer competed in multiple events of different strokes during the swim meets. "My favorite stroke do is the butterfly because you can flip your arms around, and get more muscles,"said Adrianna. Photo by Katherine Hess

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CONCENTRATION About to dive off the block, Wesley Restrepo (1) focuses on the lane ahead of him. "I prepared to dive off the block by putting my foot on the back of it, and then I put my hands, and other foot on the front," said Wesley. Photo by T. Restrepo

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SHOOT to SCORE New talents adds depth to the varsity golf team.

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hen a relatively young Calvin Sierota (7) stepped onto the course, the boys eagerly welcomed him to the team. He was a familiar face from the summers spent on the Suntree Country Club course. Calvin quickly earned his spot in the top five by consitently golfing well enough to contribute to the team score at matches.

“We worked really hard, playing together all summer and never slowed down because we knew we had a really great opportunity to do well this year” - Trey Ville (11) "Calvin is a young, carefree player who is still young enough to not let the stresses of the game get to him," said Trey Ville (11). Led by a new top five, the boys golf team capped off their undefeated season with a district title and a score of 283. Calvin added much needed depth and youth to the team. The boys had always been a tight knit group of friends who practiced year round, constantly competing for those coveted top five spots. "We worked really hard, playing together all summer and never slowed down because we knew we had a really great opportunity to do well this year," said Trey Ville (11).

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ONE WAY OUT Sand explodes into the air as Matthew Allison (11) frees his ball from the trap. Matthew practiced this shot repeatedly from nearly every position in the sand-pit. “I want to be prepared, I’ve seen players gain a handful of strokes just trying to free their ball,” said Matthew. photo by DSP

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Visualize it Striving for perfection, Kerry Sweeney (11) lines up his putt and envisions the balls path in his head. "Putting is one of the most important elements in a match because it can make or break your score," said Kerry. photo by DSP

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Perfection, precision, power The Callaway RAZR’s perforated, black grip fits perfectly into Mitchell Kara’s (9) hand as he tweaks his shot on the driving range. "Coach Benfield tells us small tips in practice that really helps our swing," said Mitchell. photo by DSP

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MICAH MORGAN(12) I've used this Holy Trinity bag ever since I've been on the golf team and its gained a lot of character over the years.

JAROD(9) SMITH The clubs are the most important part of your game. You have to make sure you're comfortable with them and they work well with your swing.

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SPECIAL SELECTION Leather and nylon cases hit the ground one at a time as Calvin Sierota investigates each club. “A golfer’s club is more than a piece of equipment, it’s an extension of your body,” said Calvin.

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KALEY STIRTZINGER (10)

THE GRIP I wear a white glove and have a pink grip to bring my favorite color into the game.

THE HAT I wear the team hat to represent the tigers and show support for my teammates.

THE SHOES I wear white shoes to coordinate with our uniforms and the school colors.

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SET UP TO PUTT After setting up her putt, Taylor Wilson (11) strikes the ball with the perfect amount of force to get the shot in the hole. "I like putting in matches because of how challenging it is," said Taylor. photo


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The fourteen players on the girls golf team practice and compete together

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he diversity of the girls Golf team helped them develop and finish fourth in districts, a new school record. The team consisted of junior high, senior high, and international students. Every Tuesday and Friday afternoon all fourteen golfers hit the greens to chip, putt and walk the course to improve their skills. “I like being able to practice with my friends because it makes it more interesting” said Lily Wall (8). New members flourished on the team and helped take them to the district match.

“I'm glad we had such a big team because you got to play with different people in each match,” - Mary Lewis (11) “My goal was to do my best in every match, so I could advance to districts,” said Emily Dixon (9). Because the team was so big it allowed many different players to participate in matches and improve their skills. “I’m glad we had a big team because you got to play with different people in each match,” said Mary Lewis (11)

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FOLLOW YOUR SHOT After driving the ball off the tee, Taylor Crook (12) follows her shot and watches it land on the green. "Your first shot usually sets the tone for the rest of the hole. If you hit a bad first shot, your confidence is usually shaken and its hard to come back from it," said Taylor. photo by DSP

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Line IT UP With intense focus, Mary Lewis (11) reads the green so she can predict the ball path of her putt. "I usually practice chipping and putting the most because I think its the most challenging and important part of my game," said Mary.

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TRISTAN KATTENBERG(12) I have a pit in my stomach and I can't wait for gun to go off.

COLEMAN (12) SPERANDO I try to not think about anything and just listen for the gun.

ALEX BROWN(12) The anticipation before the start is the worst because I'm always so anxious to start.

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TAKING THE LEAD Leading the Boys Varsity race at the Holy Trinity Fall Classic, Alex Brown (12) and Cole Oliver (12) exit the woods behind the Junior High building. Alex finished the race with a 15:39 in second place. "We always push each other in races" said Cole. photo by DSP


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Boys Cross Country brings home thier sixth team state title.

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he crowd strained their eyes to see who was in the lead as the first two boys came down the last stretch of the Boys 1A State Finals Race. Trinity Prep's runner was in the lead until Alex Brown (12) used his final kick to push to the front. Alex finished with a time of 15:37, four seconds in front of second place. He had been on the state team since his first year running in seventh grade.

"I've been on six state teams and there have been individual champions before me. I wanted to do that too." -Alex Brown (12) "I've been on six state teams and there have been individual champions before me. I wanted to do that, too," said Alex. The boys team took the overall title with a low score of only 39 points. The second place team, Maclay, coming in at 104 points. This was the first time the boys ever had an individual and team title in the same year.

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Strive for the finish line Near the one mile mark of the course, Andrew Cacciatore (10) works hard to finish his race in a time of 16:30 landing him in fourth place. "My goal is to keep working hard and win myself an individual state title in the future," said Andrew. photo by DSP

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Keep your pace With no one around to pace off, Tristan Kattenberg (12) keeps his focus while running through the woods at the Holy Trinity Fall Classic. He finished with a time of 16:01 in third place. "The home meet is always my favorite because its familiar and fun to be cheered on by your classmates," said Tristan. photo by DSP

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YOung talent Trevor Kattenberg (8) pushes through his race to finish in 16:48 in thirteenth place. "The younger runners are a key part of the team because they are the future of cross country," said Alex Brown. photo by DSP

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PAINTED pride GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY CONTINUES TRADITIONS ON AND OFF THE COURSE.

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s Ruby Watts (12), Lydia Kucera (11), Stacey Torkelson (9) and Emma Walker (9) walked through the crowd, people stopped and stared. This seemed to be a common reaction to four girls painted blue and gold wearing only t-shirts and shorts in fifty degree weather at the state meet. "This is the third year Ruby and I have painted. It's a fun way to show support for the team," said Lydia.

“The painting is a tradition that Ruby started and I plan on continuing it because it is something that gets us really hyped up for the meets.� - Stacey Torkelson (9) The girls team has other traditions that have continued since their first state mate including hair braiding and customizing t-shirts. A team breakfast at Denny's before the trip to the state is a new tradition that just took hold. Another tradition the girls participate in is hair braiding where each girl braids another so they all match during the meets. "The hair braiding started before I was even on the team. It was a way for the girls to calm their nerves and now I think its also a fun way for the team to get excited and bond. We have the JV girls braid the varsity girls' hair while we all jam to music and chat. The hair braiding is one of the many traditions I think will continue for a long time." said Brianna Wahy (12).

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BEAT YOUR RECORD During the Holy Trinity Fall Classic, Samantha Folio (8) ran hard in order to finish 12th place with a time of 20:00.56. Sam ran her personal record of 19:21.98 at the Regional meet. "Every race I try to beat my personal record, and work towards hopefully being a state champion in the future," said Sam. photo by DSP

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SLOW, BUT STEADY WINS THE RACE LEFT: Claire Layton (8) leads a pack of runners with Ruby Watts (12) around Lake Catherine during the JV race. Claire finished 17th with a time of 23:41. RIGHT: Bri Wahy (12) keeps a steady pace in the race. She finished the race in second place with a time of 21:38, 14 seconds behind the winner, Karina Mann (12). "A win at home is always a good thing," said Karina. photo by DSP

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PAINT TRADITIONS Continuing the tradition of painting their bodies for the State meet, Ruby Watts (12), Lydia Kucera (11), Stacey Torkelson (9), and Emma Walker (9) cheer the girls team on as Julie Wollrath (10) crosses the two mile mark in the lead. "It was freezing but I really wanted to support my teammates as they ran for the state title," said Lydia. The girls finished their season with a second place finish in the State which rounded out their District and Regional Championship titles. photo by J. Hale

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Senior day was fun because the underclassmen made us posters and gave us gifts. Everyone felt appreciated and I ran my best time at that race. - Emily Jameson (12)

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LASTminute SCORE The boys STEAL THE CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT VICTORY IN THE FINAL MINUTES OF PLAY.

The boys played against The First After a long second half battle, the score Academy (TFA) in the semi-finals round of was tied with less than 30 seconds on the the Christmas Tournament at Lake Highland clock when Wil Gibson (12) sunk a threePreparatory Academy, after loosing to pointer which brought the score to 81-78 them just two and secured them a weeks earlier at spot in the finals against “It took a lot of focus and home. With the Orangewood Christian. a lot of communication and leadership of Wil The boys coasted to a team work but I knew after Gibson (12), Keoni 79-61 victory and earned half time there was no doubt if the championship title. Wallington (10), and Jace Hogan we kept up working as a team "Their hard work (11), fans were we could win the game." and dedication during kept on their feet -Hector Vazquez (11) practices throughout as boys trailed Christmas break and behind TFA going even Christmas Eve made into half time. this a much deserved victory," said Coach “It took a lot of focus and a lot of Steve Henderson. communication and team work but I knew The win gave the boys momentum to after half time there was no doubt if we finish the season as one of only two teams kept up working as a team we could win the in the programs history to have more then game,” said Hector Vazquez (11) 20 wins in their record.

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POWER AND PRECISION Opponents flop as Wil Gibson (12) charges the hoop with the ball. Wil played a critical part to the team as a experienced senior leading his teammates to the hoop each game. "I showed leadership by being consistent every day, and encouraging my teammates to go above and beyond throughout the season," said Wil. photo by DSP

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THE PLAY MAKER Keoni Wallington (10) sets up the play as he comes down the court. His ability to handle the ball under pressure, find teammates for easy scores, and create plays was of great value to the team. "I feel like I can handle pressure pretty well. Having my boys out there on the court makes it a hundred times better," said Keoni. photo by DSP

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GET BIG In position to catch the ball, Jace Hogan (11) uses his height to his advantage to snag the no look pass from Julian Gardner (10). "Julian and I worked really hard to perfect no look passes, and they always worked really well," said Jace. photo by DSP


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TREY VILLE(11) I feel like this team is ready to make a good run throughout the play offs.

ZACH (11) ULLIAN My favorite memory from this season was beating Melbourne Central Catholic at their own court.

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UP IN THE AIR Hoping for a three-pointer, Marcus Barham (11) keeps his eyes on the net as he jumps and shoots the ball. The fans packed in the bleachers held their breath as the ball made its way to the basket. "I'm better at shooting mid-range shots but no matter what the shot is, I just want to make it." said Marcus. photo by DSP

Out of the six years I've been part of the boys program this is the most talented team I've ever been on, let alone seen play.

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NATALIA WALCOTT(8) Before games the starters line up at the end so they can get high-fives from the rest of the team.

ISABELLA GREENSPOON(11) In the locker room before games we listened to music to get ready and create a winning mind set.

CATIE SERGIS(11) We made a new warm up CD to run out to at the start of games.

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DRIBBLE IT Coming off a steal, Kendall Kara (11) dribbles down the court to make a lay-up during a game against Satellite High School on 1/23 . The series of turnovers by the Scorpions helped the team comeback and take the lead in the end. "This was the first game where I feel like the team really came together and played hard the whole game," said Kendall. photo by DSP


FRESHstart WITH NEW COACHES THE VARSITY TEAM PREPARED FOR A PRODUCTIVE SEASON

Moving up from JV coach to head coach of the girls program Coach Johnnie Collins and his wife, Coach Paula Collins took over the entire girls program. Having coached the girls previously, both coaches were prepared and ready for the season. They began their coaching over summer in a local league, and got a feel for everyone’s strengths and weaknesses.

"This was the first game where I feel like the team really came together and played hard the whole game." - Kendall Kara (11) "We basically started over this year, having completely different plays and defense that the new coaches brought to the team," said Danielle Thomas (10). The girls worked hard during the season to build a strong Varsity team based mainly of underclassmen girls.

“I was the only senior on the team, but a lot of the girls who were strong young players stepped up this year and really helped lead the team in the right direction,” said Munashe Chinyanganya (12). The young team consisting of both junior and senior high girls, played with a strong passion. Their talent throughout the season showed promise from the younger players for the upcoming years. “Being a junior high student on a Varsity team was intimidating at first, but I had been friends with the girls for a while and they made me feel comfortable,” said Natalia Walcott (8). The culmination of the team’s skills was revealed at the game against Satellite High School. After trailing the whole game, the team pulled from techniques and plays they had been perfecting in practice to come back. After a tough fourth quarter the team battled back and a final score of 42-33 gave them the win.

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DRIVE THE BALL With great speed, Alisha Pound (9) drives past her defenders taking the ball to the hoop for a lay up against Satellite. Alisha was the only freshman on the girls Varsity team. “My speed helped me make a lot of fast breaks and lay-ups during the season,” said Alisha. photo by DSP

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AND ONE Taking it to the basket, McKenzie Kilborne (10) focuses in on the rim as she goes in for her shot. As her first year on varsity, she was a leader and crucial part to the girls 9-12 season. “Being aggressive was important in the Satellite game because the score was so close,” said McKenzie. photo by DSP

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ONE OF A KIND Teammate Isabella Greenspoon (11) crowns Munashe Chinyanganya (12) during her senior night recognizing her as the only senior on the team of eleven girls. The team lacking age didn’t lack any talent and practiced hard each day to ensure the difference in age wouldn’t be an intimidation factor during games. “My junior teammates made my senior night special, and it was fun because I was the only senior,” said Munashe. photo by DSP

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he JV Boys had a winning season despite the influx of freshman, new to the high school basketball experience. They improved throughout the season by learning to work cohesively on getting the ball down

“If you get a rebound, you make a fast break down the court and either take the ball directly to the net or make a pass.” -Justin Ganiban (9) the court to score points. "The team was committed to a successful season and kept giving it their all regardless of the points on the board," said Justin Ganiban (9). The boys' teamwork and focus helped them defeat Cocoa Beach and St. Edwards to add to their list of wins.

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he JV girls had a strong start to their season wining their first game 52-0. The girls played an away game against New Smyrna shutting them out at their home court with continuous three point shots and layups. “We used what we learned in practice to execute plays and pass the ball and it worked really well” said Taya Britten (9). Passing the ball while the girls moved up and down the court viciously and

"The best part about this year was riding home, victorious, with my friends and teammates." - Mercedes Girard (8). giving everyone a chance to play. With the many substitutions and each player getting on the court, each girl scored at least six points. Sadie Girard (8) and Paris Wiechecki Vergara (8) led the girls in points. JH Boys had a positive season this year with a balance of 7th and 8th graders on the team. The junior high boys were drilled and conditioned to improve upon last year's season and give rising freshman solid experience for playing JV.


RUSH THE ZONE Seizing an opportunity, Justin Ganiban (9) makes a fast break down the court with teammates Daniel Welch (10) and Nicholas Olinde (10). "I saw an opportunity and I took it. I'm just glad I had great teammates right there next to me," said Justin.

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Abigail Foster (7), Enya Torsney (8), Mackenzie Wills (8)

"The season was intense but we worked hard and pulled through." - Enya Torsney (8).

"Our team competition was solid and we played well, simple as that."

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& learn VARSITY SOCCER USES GAME FOOTAGE TO IMPROVE THEIR GAME.

Boys Varsity Soccer buckled down and began intense conditioning both pre-season and during the season. Soccer players ran several miles a week to further their running abilities on the field. They also held each other accountable for tardies or laziness, making their team have to run the workout once more. Coach James Phillips also focused on how the game is played by making them watch videos of other teams play as well as professional soccer players. While watching

“I tried to be a good example for the younger kids on the team, and always work hard in practice and games while encouraging them to work hard also.� - Andrew Baez (12) these videos he made note of plays and strategies that he believed could be done by the team. "Boys don't believe it unless they see it; if they see the right way to do something, they have no problem emulating it on the field,"said Coach Phillips. The team as a whole felt closer and more prepared for each game. "We focused more on the tactics of the game, we ran a lot more than in previous years. We also pushed each other to the limit and held each other accountable for being late or not trying their hardest," said Dylon Collins (12).

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KEEP YOUR HEAD UP After scoring a goal, during the third pre-season game, Luca Campinini (9) celebrates with Michael Lynch (9), Calvin Quigley (12) and Noah Benjamin (9). "When the team stays positive it makes a whole difference in our game, it also makes it a lot more fun," said Luca. photo by J. Bazely

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BREAK AWAY Breaking through defenders, Evan Enders (11) sprints down the field scanning the field for a good shot. Evan was a key player scoring 20 goals within 16 games. "It's always a good feeling when you score because I know the team is counting on me," said Evan. photo by J. Bazely

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BLOCKED During a pre-season game against Treasure Coast, Andrew Baez (12), Anthony Cally (12), Evan Enders (11), and Alex Theodotou (12) watch as Dylon Collins (12) makes a save. Captains, Andrew and Anthony blocked the shot on goal from outside the 18 block. "After Treasure Coast made that shot I thought 'That is not going to happen again'," said Anthony. photo by J. Bazely

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"Our team always played past the point of exhaustion."

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-Dylon Collins (12)

"On this team we all had one goal, to win."

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"We focused a lot more on the tactics of the game, and we ran a lot."


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ERICA DIAMOND(12) When we we it was the best feeling because all of our hard work finally paid off.

AUSTIN RIFFE(11) Being there when the girls won was so awesome because we got to see how happy they were when the game ended.

SUMMER RYDSON(10) When the clock hit zero everyone was so happy that our work that we've put in for two years paid off.

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FOCUS To keep the ball in the tigers possession Emily Morgan (9) carefully slid past an oncoming defender. "Since we learned so much about defense we were able to tell what the other player was thinking and get past them," said Emily. photo by DSP


DEFENSE all GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER RELIES ON THEIR DEFENSE TO EARN THE DISTRICT TITLE.

After much needed preparation to kick off the new season the girls worked everyday after school to prepare them for a winning season. Seniors Idanis Perez- Alverez, Erica Diamond, Tori Glaubitz, and Kaleigh Leeney helped to hold the team of various ages together.

“Since we learned so much about defense, we were able to tell what the other player was thinking and get past them.” - Emily Morgan (9) “We had a really good season this year, I think we really came together as more of a team instead of as individual players, we focused a lot on group offense and defense that helped us be much more successful,” said Kate Elstun (10). The girls performed with an aggressive edge, carefully planning their defense to keep the ball on their side, their dominating

teamwork and new skills led the team to compete for the district title at Saint Edwards Academy, playing against their biggest rival, Melbourne Central Catholic. The girls grouped together before the game mentally prepared the team for a tough game. The starters sprinted onto the field kicking the game off with a quick start, scoring 2-1 by the end of the half. “If we can pressure as a unit and transition the ball with combination plays we can definitely keep a big lead on them,” said Kaleigh. The opponents came back from the half ready to score, but it was the defensive skills that the team practiced so often that allowed the team to move the ball down the field finding Breanna Lewis (12) and Kate Elstun to make the goals and seal the district match victory. “Our team wanted to win districts more then anyone else did so we all did what we knew we had to do,” said Tori.

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JUST ONE With the ball at her feet Kaleigh Leeney (12) stood wide open facing the goal, ready to make a move. "Just one goal can change a whole game around so whenever there is an opportunity you have to take it," said Kaleigh. photo by DSP

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KEEP MOVING Focused only on the ball, Ali Hackett (g?) weaved through groups of defenders. "When you have the ball you are in complete control of the game, and it is all up to what you decide to do," said Ali. photo by DSP

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SIDELINE After hustling off the field to grab some water, Kate Elstun (10), Alicia Hackett (9) and Jessica Lynch (12) listened as Coach Dean Flexton gave the girls new strategies to improve their game play. "Coach Dean always had a new idea of how to beat the other teams defense, giving us a better chance to score," said Jessica. photo by DSP

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I was in shock that Nick Belsten memorized that long piano piece and played it with so much courage. -Karen Parry (7)

From doing the talent show last year and having the perspective of standing up on stage, I thought Milan did a very good job singing. -Austin Dunlop (8)

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PIRATE TUNE Before the students crowded the auditorium, Nicholas Belsten (10) and Julian Tang (10) squeeze one more rehearsal in. With years of piano experience under his belt, Nicholas decided to challenge himself by performing the music from Pirates of the Caribbean. "I found the tune to Pirates of the Caribbean on the internet and it was pretty complex but I decided I could pull it off," said Nicholas. Photo by Spencer Sperando

Julian did really well playing the guitar. I was surprised and a little nervous that he might mess up, but he finished it perfectly. -Frank Zou (10)

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ORIGINAL Song Playing the piano, McKenzie Kilborne (10) belted out the lyrics to an original song she wrote called 'Loving You.' "I always get nervous before performing, and I was especially nervous to sing this song because I wasn't sure how people would react to it, and whether they would like it or not," said Mckenzie. Photo by Victoria Black

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Albuquerque Using a stool as his only prop, Jimmy Reinman (10) recited a monologue titled "Albuquerque, New Mexico." "It was a song by Weird Al; I had memorized it a while ago so when I was looking for something to do, I decided to do that," said Jimmy. photo by Julie Brown

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rom original compositions and musical performances to monologues and dancing, students show off their talents on the stage in the auditorium. Co-hosted by Kelly O’Neil (10) and James Befanis (12), the show opened with Calvin and Company, a band comprised of Calvin Quigley (12), Alexander Theodotou (12), and Joe Torkelson

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STUDENTS SHOWCASE THEIR TALENTS ON STAGE.

(12), who sung 'El Scorcho' by Weezer. Julian Tang's (10) rendition of “Someone Like You” by Adele on guitar and Milan Lanier's (10) performance of Beyonce filled the auditorium with familiar tunes. The spot light moved to Lily Li (12), whose variety of self-choreographed dance and music won over the crowd, earning her first place overall.


MOVE TO THE BEAT Showing off her polished dancing skills, Lily Li (12) performs to an upbeat song. The crowd was blown away. "I was really excited to do the talent show because it was the first time I got the chance to do it, and I love dancing," said Lily.

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Robotics team builds automated robots

rom designing the prototype during build season to competing in competitions from October to March, the robotics team, the Bionic Tigers, was busy all year long. The team had to design, build and program the robot to accomplish a variety of tasks. In October, the team won first place at an off-season competition,

“I was excited to see what our opponents designs would look like." - Ben Perry (10) Robo, held at FIT. Build season started in the first week of January and lasted for six weeks. “During the beginning of the year is normally when we do out-reach and fund-raising for the team,” said Josh Rain (11). Competitions were held at the beginning of March. At the competitions the robots were required to complete a maze of hurdles and tricks with time restrictions. “The game this year was called 'ultimate ascent'. We had to shoot Frisbees into a small goal and then climb a pyramid, lifting our 120 pound robot more than 5 feet off the ground. Each match only lasted 2 minutes and 15 seconds,” said Josh. The robots that made it through the maze in one piece, then moved on to finals.

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Cutting Edge To complete the construction of the robot, Brandon Boyd (9) works on the lathe machining parts, which makes parts for the gatherer and the wheel drive. "It's a machine that spins the part you are working on so you can shave or cut it wherever," said Brandon. photo courtesy K. Rain

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Reaching Out Working on the lathe machining parts, Josh Rain (11) helps Brandon Boyd (9) use the machine at the same time. "It's fun being able to teach friends what I have learned and help them learn more about what they are doing," said Josh. photo courtesy K. Rain

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Sparks fly In the process of designing the robot, Michael Ferrara (8) learns how to cut metal from his mentor during a Robotics meeting. "It stung a little, but it was pretty exciting seeing the sparks fly," said Michael. photo courtesy K. Rain


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n route to Orlando to compete in the regional competition, the Bionic Tigers' robot, Buzz, was rear ended in its trailer. “The car was at a red light and another car ran right into the trailer, causing a giant toolbox to fall on one of the robots,” said Michael Ferrara (8).

Determined to compete in the regional competition, the team rebuilt the robot in one day with help from their competitors. Normally, the construction of a robot this complex took several weeks to complete. Buzz made it through to the semi-finals and finished in seventh overall out of 61 teams. The team also was awarded the Entrepreneurship Award and Regional Governer's Award.

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REBUILD After an accident caused two robots to be destroyed, the Bionic Tigers worked together and managed to rebuild two robots in one day. "I was impressed with the team as a whole and that the other teams at the regional competition offered their support and help," said Nick Belsten (10). photo courtesy K. Rain

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“It was amazing that we could actually remake the robots in the short amount of time we had.” - Michael Ferrara (8)

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QUESTION AND ANSWER WITH THE SCHOOL'S TOP GIVERS

CHRISTIAN teather(12)

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what community service work have you been involved in?

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chandler-rogero(8) Brevard County Zoo

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How do you get community service hours?

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For community service hours I volunteer at the Brevard Zoo as a Zoo Teen

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What jobs do you participate in at the Brevard Zoo?

I do jobs like Animal Handling, Animal Care, Petting Zone, Biofact Cart, Face Painting, Zoo Camp and Fishing Boat.

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WHat is your favorite part of working at the zoo?

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Cape canaveral hospital What do you do for Community service?

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Over the summer I volunteered at the Cape Canaveral Hospital.

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What jobs do you do at the Hospital?

One day I volunteer on the sterile processing floor, where I prepare cases going to be used in the operating rooms and clean instruments. The other day I volunteer on the geriatrics floor where I deliver things and help the nurses out.

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I like Biofact Cart and Face Painting because I like painting people's faces and learning about the different animals.

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Since 8th grade, I have been volunteering at Operation Hope, which is a non-profit organization in Fellsmere, FL that provide underprivileged families with food, clothing, and other basic necessities.

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What is your favorite part about working at Operation Hope?

How has volunteering AT THE HOSPITAL IMPACTED YOUR LIFE?

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My favorite part of my job is being able to see the people that I am helping.

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It has helped me find my path because I want to have a career in the medical field.

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How does your job at operation hope relate to your career goals?

My ultimate career goal is to work in a foreign embassy. I hope that I will be able to apply my language skills and exposure to a multicultural environment, such as that at Operation Hope, in whatever career I pursue.

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BAYLEEwhitley(9) Teen court

Noah Benjamin (9)

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I volunteer at Teen Court. I have trained to be an attorney and we have real life cases.

COLEMAN sperando(12)

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I love how real it is because it gives me an opportunity to experience a real court environment. It is a really good experience.

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why did you choose to get involved in teen court?

I decided to do Teen Court in seventh grade when I realized my dream of becoming a lawyer. I thought Teen Court would show me what it would be like to be a lawyer.

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How has teen court prepared you to become a lawyer?

It is so real so it really helps you experience what it would really be like to be in court. You need to prepare your cases so it also helps you understand all the work that goes into being a lawyer. You learn very quickly that you can't just walk into a court case unprepared.

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I started a non profit organization called the Faceless Campaign.

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What is the Faceless campaign

The Faceless Campaign forms relationships between people in Melbourne and people in the Maldon community in St. James Jamaica.

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What is your favorite part about the Faceless Campaign

I love the interactions between the Jamaicans and the Americans and watching the relationships form.

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how did you get involved with community service?

My sister worked on a project called "Soles for Souls" where we collected shoes for children in need. We collected over 100 pairs of shoes form the Lower School alone .

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What other projects have you been involved in?

I have been involved with the "Children's Hunger Project" for about four weeks where we collect and pack food for children who go home on the weekends and don't have food to eat.

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How many meals do you collect for the children?

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We collect food for a whole week and give them breakfast, lunch and dinner for the weekend.

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SOUPER BOWL

EACH GRADE BONDS WITH EACH OTHER AS THEY TAkE JOY IN CREATING GALLONS OF SOUP.

Along with the help of the Improvement Team (I-Team), the Lower School prepared for their annual Super Bowl in the courtyard to help provide a nourishing meal for those in need. Each grade was instructed to bring in specific supplies that would be used in the process of making the soup. “It’s a national day of helping out other,” said Mrs. JoEllen Williams. Tables were set up about the courtyard with large red tubs that held the soup. The students and volunteers dispersed among the tables and started to combine the ingredients. Each student took turns dumping beans,

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pasta, beef broth, ground beef and vegetables into the buckets. After more then 51 gallons were assembled, they were delivered to the Brevard County Soup Kitchen also known as the Daily Bread, which then distributed the soup to the local residents that arrived. The Souper Bowl was started many years ago along with the I-Team in order to incorporate the entire Parish Campus in service learning activities and giving back to the community. The annual activity was just one of the many service projects that students participated in. Others include, Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas in a Pack and a toy drive for the DOCK.


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BUCKETS AMONG BUCKETS Before the courtyard is filled with students, parent volunteers and teachers, Connor Rowlings (6) and Brenna Bortner (6) help Mrs. Cathy Koos and Mrs. JoEllen Williams prepare the different stations. Students from all grades worked together to mix together the ingredients in each bucket. photo by T. Sergis

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out of the can During the soup making process, Olivia Durgin (K), Kate Schwinn (K) and Madelyn Hassey (K) each take turns adding a can of a vegetables into the bucket. Members of the I-team helped the younger students open the cans of vegetables before pouring them in. photo by R. Ramos

n Tuesday, January 29, the third grade baked the bread that was used for the Eucharist service the following day. They split into groups and followed a recipe. The third graders added flour and water as directed to create the dough. After the dough was thoroughly mixed, the students rolled it out and put it in the oven to bake. "I got to taste the bread after we made it and it was good," said Ryan Miles (3). The student made bread helped make the Eucharist service feel more special and personal to the rest of the lower school.

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STIR IT UP While making the soup, Giancarlo Valdivia (2) stirs ingredients, seeing the beans and noodles mix together. After all of the ingredients were combined in the buckets, they were transported to the Daily Bread to provide a hearty meal to those in need. photo by T. Sergis

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A silent blessing Before mixing the ingredients in the soup, Alyssa Villmow (PK) says a brief prayer to bless the ingredients that will be served to people in need. " I said the Apple Tree prayer because that is the prayer we say before we eat," said Alyssa. photo by M. E. Williams

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Paint Shop With careful strokes, Veronica Paniccia (12) paints a bowl for the Empty Bowls fundraiser. Members of NAHS put in extra time to create enough bowls. "We had planned on creating around 300 bowls by the time of the event," said Veronica. photo by Lily Li

THE EMPTY

NAHS members fund-raised empty bowls for the hungry in downtown Eau gallie.

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mpty Bowls was the biggest event for the National Art Honor Society (NAHS). The purchase of a $10 ticket included a ceramic bowl made by NAHS members, filled with soup, and served with warm bread. All of the profits made at the event went towards the Brevard Sharing Center, which focuses on giving money to individuals who are in need and have trouble supporting their family. “It seeks to raise awareness for those less fortunate in the community by sponsoring a night in which all guests eat soup and bread,� Dolan Bortner (12). To raise money to purchase clay and glaze for the bowls, NAHS hand fund-raisers during Christmas time

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as well Valentines day. For both holidays, the club organized delivery of candy canes (Christmas time) and Crush bottles (Valentines day) to a person of the purchasers choosing for a small fee. At the end of the night, NAHS made $2400, all of which went directly to the families at the Brevard sharing center.


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BOWLS FOR A CAUSE After laying each handmade bowl out on the table, Dolan Bortner (12), Lily Li (12), Katherine Hess (11), and Neil Van Allen (12) help the arriving guests who had purchased a ticket choose a bowl. With every ticker purchased, the guest would receive a student created bowl filled with soup. "I enjoyed seeing how willing people were to donate to a good cause," said Neil. photo by C. Rodby

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300 goal On her own time, Rachel Motro (12) creates ceramic bowls for the Empty Bowls event. Many NAHS members spent extra hours in the art room, eager to reach the 300 bowl goal before March 1. "It was good to know that each bowl I glazed was helping such a good cause," said Rachel. photo by Lily Li

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tudents lined up during first and second lunch to send an orange soda Crush bottle to their Valentine’s crush. Sponsored by the National Art Honor Society, the event was put on to raise money to buy supplies for the fund-raiser, Empty

“It's not only a fun way to raise money for NAHS, but its also tradition. Not only a 'crush' has to give one, they're symbolic for Valentine's Day.” -Vashti Shiwmangal (12)

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Bowls, which benefits the Brevard Sharing Center. “Students enjoy the event because they receive tons of crush bottles from their friends and we make a good amount of money”, said Veronica Paniccia (12). NAHS kept smiles on their customer’s faces even while facing a small crisis on distribution day. “We realized that we were about 100 bottles short so we needed to come in earlier and get them organized before seventh period”, said Veronica. The students were able to raise $200 to buy supplies for Empty Bowls.

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Someone has a crush on you In order not to break the glass bottles, Bri Lewis (12) carefully packages Crush bottles with Vashti Shiwmangal (12) for Valentines Day. "I had so much fun packaging the bottles because I got to do it with my friends and eavesdrop on who everybody's crush was," said Bri. photo by Lily Li

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ighth graders sent in an application in hopes of participating in the Wreath Laying Ceremony during the Washington D.C. trip. Sabrina Webb (8), Paris Wiechecki Vergara (8), Josh Morris (8), and Sara Shamlin (8) were selected amongst their classmates to lay the wreath on the

“Watching the students honor our nation's unknown heroes was really moving,” -Tony Jenkins (8) Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery. “I thought it was a good opportunity and a meaningful way to honor the unknown soldiers after the service they did for America,” said Paris.

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REMEMBER THE FALLEN Silently, Tea Boos (8), Tony Jenkins (8), Jacquel Perry (8), Josh Morris (8), and Sadie Girard (8) make their way to the procession. The Laying of the Wreath ceremony honors all the unidentified soldiers who died fighting for their countries in any war. "Watching the students honor our nation's unknown heroes was really moving," said Tony. photo by J. Russell

ISLANDhoppers

STUDENTS SPEND WINTER BREAK EXPERIENCING THE EXOTIC WILDLIFE OF THE GALÁPAGOS

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hile most students spent their winter break, recuperating from the beginning of the second semester, seventeen students joined Mr. Wes Lovelace, Mrs. Stephanie Hendren and Florida Institute of Technology professor, Mr. Mark Bush on a trip to the Galápagos Islands, an archipelago off the coast of Ecuador to experience the indigenous wildlife.

The students took a total of seven flights and four two hour boat rides to travel island to island. The trip was far more then an adventure; it provided a unique opportunity

for the students to learn outside of the classroom. "In my 42 years of teaching, this was one of the most outstanding educational experiences in which I have participated with students," said Mr. Lovelace. Most of the trip was spent snorkeling and hiking, while learning about exotic flora and fauna. "The trip's freedom gave us an opportunity to see what we found interesting. Everything happens at once so you had to choose what you wanted to see," said McKenna Ville (10).

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REST UP In the middle of a one and half hour nature hike on Floreana, Danielle Hennessey-Wack (12), Krista Staeffe (12), and Tori Glaubitz (12) take a break on a bench. This was one of many hikes the group went on across the islands. The highlight of the relatively short hike was their encounter with giant tortoises. photo by Andrea Bomalaski

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pick a fruit During a hike on Floreana, one of the many islands in the Galapagos, Calvin Quigley (12) and Mrs. Stephanie Hendren pick wild limes hanging from the tree above. The ping-pong sized, small green fruit, was native to the area. "Eating the wild lime was basically like eating sour chalk," said Calvin. photo by Spencer Sperando

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IT'S THE CLIMB Through the tall grass, students trek up an active volcano to see the view of the other islands and look down into it. Kayla Whitlock (10) leads the pack followed by George Winsten (11), Tori Glaubitz (12), and Bri Lewis (12). The hike was 12 miles and took the group 6 hours to complete. During the hike, they saw a land iguana that was previously thought to be extinct in the area. photo by Andrea Bomalaski


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High school students went to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to help reconstruct houses.

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he rhythmic tune of construction made its way down Juanita Street as Habitat for Humanity volunteers began working on their houses. Students migrated to Tuscaloosa, Alabama where the devastating tornadoes of 2011 took place and the damage still remained. Students that attended the mission trip sacrificed their week long winter break vacation to labor in cold temperatures.

"At first I wasn’t quite sure if I had wanted to go, but after the first day I realized how much fun it is to be doing something with a big group of friends, even if it’s hard labor.” Cheng Chang (12) The group was divided into two task forces on the first work day. Students 18 and over were handed power tools and hard hats and students 16 and 17 were driven over to Habitat’s warehouse in order to sort and discard a mountain of miscellaneous materials. The “adult” group worked on 32 Juanita Drive, a house that had been obliterated by a tornado. Over the course of a week they laid down all of the flooring, put up frames around the foundation, and finished more than half of the walls. Most of these students had little to no experience in construction, but were able to buckle down to get the job done. The trip was not short on drama; there was a fender bender with one of the vans, a sink fell off the wall at Julian Tang's (10) feet while he was brushing his teeth, and Lauren Ferrara (12) and Matthew Vickers (12) changed a flat tired in the pouring rain late one night.

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DRILL ACTION As a member of the 18 and over group, Neil Van Allen (12) picked up a drill to secure the nails in the frame of the house. "I really liked working with construction because it made me feel like I was actually doing something to help people," said Neil.

We simply know that we are giving our best to those who need it the most,and that in itself is great. - Jose Pazmino (12)

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building a frame In order to complete the frame of the house, Cheng Chang (12) hammers a nail. "I really liked being able to go to Alabama because I had never been there before; it was an interesting trip", said Cheng. photo by Lauren Ferrara.

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HEAVY LIFTING While sorting usable wood from scraps, Reid Stockett (12) carries a plank to the usable pile so it was easily accessible to the other workers who were installing the frame. "I've been on other mission trips and in the past and this has been the most difficult one as far a manual labor is concerned", said Reid. photo by Lauren Ferrara

It was really motivating to see the window and door frames that Mr. Bransford and I created on the first day then be made into the framed walls and then being able to take the walls and make the frame of the house. - Lauren Ferrara (12)

Hammer Heads Standing atop a ladder, Matthew Vickers (12) hammers in a nail to the house that had been previously destroyed by the Tornados in 2011. "Being able to see the transition from nothing but a foundation to a house with walls was just fantastic," said Matthew Vickers (12).

- Austin Riffe (11)

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n January 22, the school wide spelling bee was held in the small chapel on the lower school campus. The upper and lower school campuses both held bees to determine the finalists that would compete in the school wide one against each other to earn the spot in the County bee. Stuti Mishra (9), a former queen bee came to help motivate the spellers. "They were all such great spellers; it's a lot different watching the spelling bees, instead of being in them," said Stuti. Ethan Potter (6) won the lower school spelling bee as well as the school wide spelling bee. He went on to represent the school at the county wide bee.

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WORK TOGETHER While rehearsing a scene in "Alice in Wonderland, " Cameron Reyna (6) and Shaw Frederick (6) grab each others hands. Cameron and Shaw are Tweedledee and Tweedledum. In this scene, they are explaining on how to greet someone when you meet them. "One thing I like about glee is the performing part because I always had a interest in acting," said Cameron. photo by Victoria Zeger

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told me when I made it the upper school spelling bee.” -Max Cobb (6)

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“I miss spelling so much now that I started a club at West Melbourne Public Library. I teach them language patterns and rules.” -Stuti Mishra (9)

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ZIP-A-dee-doo-dah While performing Zip-ADee-Doo-Dah for ''Alice in Wonderland" Erika Magin (5) and Sarah Kimmerling (5) strike a pose. The Glee Club meets every Friday after school to five. "I love Glee Club, because I get to sing and act, and hang out with my friends at the same time," said Erika. photo by Victoria Zeger

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Unbirthday party While consulting her music, Mrs. Ernewein directs Kathryn Welch (5) and Julia Zorovich (5) on how to perform the "UnBirthday Party." "Mrs. Ernewein does a really good job and being in Glee has made me want to take Drama at the Upper School," said Kathryn. photo by Victoria Zeger


FILLED with GLEE

Glee Club rehearses every friday preparing for An april performance of Alice in Wonderland

In mid April the Glee Club performed "Alice in Wonderland." They practiced every Friday after school from 3:15- 5:00. The forty kids that are in the Glee Club, all practiced at the same time. The Glee club is for students fourth through sixth grade and encourages students to begin and stay on a path in the performing arts. Kathryn Welch (5) and Erika Magin (5) were in the Glee club for two years and planned to continue being involved in drama up through high school.

“I really enjoy Glee Club because I can spend time with my friends while I get to sing and act.� - Kathryn Welch (5) "One thing I like about the glee club is how it's really fun, and I like hanging out with my friends and performing in front of people," said Erika. The head director of the play, Mrs. Lucia Ernewein, had a little help from Dana Dziadul (9) who volunteered each Friday during practices to ensure the production was a success.

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"All of the students are really talented and I believe that Glee Club will be very beneficial to for their future in the Upper School drama department." said Dana.

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American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • M/J Experiencing Art • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • LIFE SCIENCE • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • Writing Enrichment • Sports for Life/Hope • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Comm. For Int’l Students • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • M/J Experiencing Art • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • Writing Enrichment • INTRO TO JOURNALISM • Algebra I • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • Comm. For Int’l Students • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/ MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • M/J Experiencing Art • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III • Writing Enrichment • Sports for Life/Hope • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Enriched • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • Algebra I • Comm. For Int’l Students • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • American History Honors • AP Psychology • Hope/MJ/PE III • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • Analysis of Functions • French IV • M/J World Geography Advanced • M/J English III Advanced • AP Environmental Sciences • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • Intro to Acting • M/J U.S History

LIFE SCIENCE MOLDING CELLS EXPERIMENT

I have always liked science, but now I like it even more. -Josh Baker (7)

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MOLDING CELLS During the molding cells experiment, Joshua Knight (7) explains the reasoning behind his answer to one of the lab questions to Joshua Baker (7) and Conner Hammond (7). The lab included making a model of a cell out of clay. Life Sciences also covered a wide diversity of organisms along with cellular and molecular processes. "I have always liked science, but now I like it even more," said Joshua Knight. photo by McKenna Ville


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PICKLE BALL STRATEGIES Mrs. Debbie Harper explains pickle ball, a combination of ping pong and tennis, to Ryan Fisher (7). It was the first year the P.E. class played pickle ball, which is slightly harder then ping pong but easier then traditional tennis. Mrs. Vickie Bransford suggested the hybrid activity to Mrs. Harper. "Mrs. Bransford has been a big help to me as this was my first year at the upper campus; she made it an easier transition for me," said Harper. photo by Andrea Bomalaski

JH P.E. PICKLE BALL

Mrs. Bransford has been a big help to me as this was my first year at the upper campus. -Mrs. Debbie Harper

Intro to JOurnalism photography contest

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-Charles Yuan (11)

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It was a little stressful to find pictures that fit into the categories.

UP CLOSE WITH NATURE While composing his shot, Charles Yuan (11) considers the rules of basic photography that Mr. Jim Hale taught the Introduction to Journalism class. The class participated in a photography contest where they competed in categories such as group shots, classroom, action, nature, public spaces, and a miscellaneous. "It was a little stressful to find pictures that fit into the categories", said Charles. All submitted pictures where judged by a panel selected by Mr Hale. After students received feedback, first, second and third place winners were selected from each category. photo by Julie Brown

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M/J English III Advanced • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Honor • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • AP Calculus AB • Physical Sciences • Algebra I Honors • Entrepreneurship • Spanish II • English I for Int’l • Music Theory • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • Writing Composition • M/J English III Advanced • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • JH ENGLISH • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Geometry • American Literature Honor • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • AP Calculus AB • Physical Sciences • Algebra I Honors • Broadcast• Entrepreneurship • Spanish II • English I for Int’l • Music Theory • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • Writing Composition • M/J English III Advanced • Intro to Psych • Comp Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Intro to Psychology • Geometry • American Literature Honor • Ceramics/Pottery I • World Civilizations Honors • AP Calculus AB • Physical Sciences • Algebra I Honors • Entrepreneurship • Spanish II • English I for Int’l • Music Theory • M/J Pre Algebra Advanced • Writing Composition • English III Advanced • Computer Graphics 1 • AP Biology • Fundamentals of Computers • Pre Calculus Honors • French I • Holocaust • AP American History • M/J English II Advanced • Broadcast • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • AP Physics C/MV Calculus • M/J Art • AP Chemistry • Latin I • Physics • M/J U.S. History Advanced • AP Language • English Honors • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Latin • Algebra II Honors • Geometry

JH English "A midSummer night's dream"

I was very hesitant at first when I heard we were reading Shakespeare, but I actually really liked it! -jody lookenbill (8)

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TRANSLATING SHAKESPEARE With their class, Jody Lookenbill (8), Matt Stein (8) and Lauren Stevens (8) read "A Midsummer Nights Dream," by William Shakespeare. "Shakespeare has a really unique way of portraying love, which is almost what the whole book is about,'' said Jody. The class went through the book at a very steady pace because it was many of the students first experience with Shakespeare and the language was sometimes hard to interpret. photo by McKenna Ville

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Broadcast

Being on Broadcast has narrowed down my decision to become an international correspondent for either CNN or NBC. -Emily Jameson (12)

On air

Intro to Psych. LEARNING THROUGH VIDEOS

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REVIEWING LESSONS THROUGH VIDEOS While taking notes in Intro to Psychology, Kate Elstun (10) listens to Coach Doug Butler lecture. "I took this class, because it sounded like it would be a very interesting subject to learn about," said Kate. In the course, students were provided with an overview of the various theories psychologists have developed to explain human behavior. After every major and minor concept, Coach Butler presented a video which recapped the content helped the students visually connect the concepts. photo by Izzy Carmona

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PREPARING FOR A CAREER IN JOURNALISM While shooting a bit for the weekly broadcast, James Befanis (12) counts down "3,2,1" for the camera to start rolling. Tanner Crouch (12) mans the camera while, Emily Jameson (12) and Casey Nierenberg (12) stand by to prompt the reporter. Throughout the year, students polished their broadcast journalism skills from using the high definition video camera to interviewing techniques and video editing by researching, filming and editing feature stories and news coverage to be broadcast to the student body. "Being on Broadcast has narrowed down my decision to become an international correspondent for either NBC or CNN. I want to educate people on secondary stories that aren't usually covered, but are important", said Emily Jameson. photo by Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak

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American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • M/J HOPE/PE • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • Film Study • Hope/Weight Training • AP Physics C: Mech • Latin III Honors • Chemistry • M/J U.S History Advanced • English Honors • FOCUS French • AP Statistics • Geometry • American Literature Honors • Ceramics/ Pottery II, III • AP World History • Economics Honors • Calculus Honors • Physical Science • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • Advanced Orchestra • Film Study • Hope/Weight Training • AP Physics C: Mech • M/J Art - Latin III Honors • Chemistry • M/J U.S History Advanced • English Honors • AP Statistics • Geometry • American Literature Honors • SCULpTURE III • AP World History • Calculus Honors • Physical Science • Spanish I • Advanced Orchestra • M/J Pre Algebra • World Literature Honors • M/J HOPE/PE • American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • M/J HOPE/PE • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • Film Study • Hope/Weight Training • AP Physics C: Mech • M/J Art - Latin III Honors • Chemistry • M/J U.S History Advanced • English Honors • FOCUS French • AP Statistics • Geometry • American Literature Honors • Ceramics/Pottery II, III • AP World History • Calculus Honors • Physical Science • Spanish I • Advanced Orchestra • M/J Pre Algebra • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • British Literature Honors • M/J English III Advanced • M/J HOPE/PE • Sports Psychology • Computer Graphics I • Biology Honors • Pre Calculus Honors • French III • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced

American Government researching models of government

Learning about popular sovereignty was an enriching experience. -Adam Baugher (12)

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WE THE PEOPLE Group leader, Adam Baugher (12) explains popular sovereignty to the class. Students researched different models of government and created presentations based on their findings. "Learning about popular sovereignty was an enriching experience", said Adam. Adam along with Brooke Preston (12) and Logan Lenhard (12) were assigned to research and present on popular sovereignty and limited government. "This project allowed us to experience a different style of learning as we taught the class through posters and power points," said Brooke Preston (12). photo by Andrea Bomalaski


AP STATISTICS FLIPPING KISSES MATHEMATICALLY

This was probably the most delicious and mathematical project I've done all year. -Eric Oleen (10)

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THE PROBABILITY OF A KISS Hershey's Kisses roll across the desk as Eric Oleen (10) flips the chocolates one by one. Students were assigned to calculate the probability of a Kiss landing right side up using various equations. "This was probably the most delicious and mathematical project I've done all year," said Eric. The in class activity was a way for Mr. Aaron Pishalski's to make descriptive and inferential statistical concepts more interesting to learn. photo by Andrea Bomalaski

SCULPTURE III FINE TUNING THEIR SKILLS

Working with my hands to sculpt and work with different medias gives me a chance to express myself. -Gaby Gales (11)

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SCULPT A BUST Small bristles work their way over a scaly mohawk as Gaby Gayles (11) crafts her aquatic bust. "Working with my hands to sculpt and work with different medias, creating things that come to me is really enjoyable and gives me a good chance to express myself during the school day," said Gaby.

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American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English III Advanced • Advanced Topics in Mathematicss • AP French • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors – World Civilizations Honors • Pre Calculus with Calculus • FOCUS Chinese • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra I Honors • Spanish II • Spanish I • Yearbook • Beginning Orchestra • American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English III Advanced • dvanced Topics in Mathematics • AP French • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors • Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors – World Civilizations Honors • Archaeology of the Bible • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra I Honors • Spanish II • Spanish I • Yearbook • Beginning Orchestra • Archaeology and the ible • American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English III Advanced • AP French • M/J World Geography dvanced • Economics Honors • American Government Honors • M/J English II Advanced • AP Human Geography • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • Anatomy & Physiology • Physics Honors • Biology • Latin II • Chemistry • M/J US History Advanced • English Honors • AP Spanish Language • Ap Human Geogrpahy • FOCUS w/ Enrichment • Sports for Life • American Literature Honors – World Civilizations Honors • Pre Calculus with Calculus • FOCUS Chinese • Physical Sciences Honors • M/J Acting • Algebra I Honors • Spanish II • Spanish I • Yearbook • Beginning Orchestra • Archaeology and the Bible • American History Honors • AP Psychology • M/J English

YEARBOOK LAYING OUT PAGES

As we started with the design, we tried to be simple but as the book progressed, we found that we had to break some of the design rules we had previously set. -Katherine Hess (11)

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EDITS MAKE PERFECT Photo editor and Academic team member, Matthew Vickers (12), places photos and writes captions on the semester two, period four page while design editor, Katherine Hess (11), finalizes the semester one student life preview page. The staff decided during summer work sessions to cover academics by period which coincided with the chronological book concept. The process to complete the 352 page book began in the spring of 2012 when the outgoing Tigrium staff brainstormed the theme, concept and design. The editorial staff continued the theme development through the summer and trained first year staffers in yearbook basics including caption writing, story writing, interviewing, photography, design and the Adobe CS5 Creative Suite. "When I first started using InDesign, I did not like it, but when I began laying out pages and really learned how to use it, I loved it," said Anna Fusco (10). photo by S. Tricano


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THE HUMAN ELEMENT Migratory patterns snake their way across the whiteboard as Mrs. Allison Gutierrez explains human migration as Cameron Osman (11) takes notes. Students of AP Human Geography learn about the reasoning behind migration and settlement patterns throughout history. "It was a tough class, but Mrs. Gutierrez was a really awesome teacher," said Cameron.

It was a really tough class, but Mrs. Gutierrez was a really awesome teacher. -Cameron Osman (11)

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LATIN II

THE Ancient ART OF TOGA WRAPPING

Anyone can rock a toga, but it takes a latin student to rock it right. -Daniel Cronin (9)

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WRAPPING UP Wearing navy blue tiger themed togas, Daniel Cronin (9) and William Boydstun (9) lift a traditional Roman shield for the class to see. As part of a class project, students were assigned to research Ancient Roman Garments and present to the class. "Anyone can rock a toga, but it takes a Latin student to rock it right," said Daniel.

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Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Sciences Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • English Honors • American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Computer Programming II • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Science Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • JH WORLD GEOGRAPHY • American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Computer Programming II • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • newspaper • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Sciences Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • English Honors • American History Honors • AP Literature • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Science Research • Science Research • Advanced Topics in Mathematics • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Newspaper • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Biology • Chemistry Honors • Chemistry • M/J Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical Sciences Honors • Survey of Algebra • Spanish II • Spanish I • HS Concert Choir • M/J Pre Algebra • English Honors M/J Band • Spanish III Honors • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life/HOPE • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • AP Art/Drawing III • AP Calculus AB • Chinese I • Physical

I take Choir because it allows me to express my love of singing. -Mason Sands (9)

CONCERT CHOIR mpa prep

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BEL FESTINO Singing Bel Festino in unison, choir students, Kristof Weiss (12), Chass Charroux (10), Jacob Mickevicius (9), and Mason Sands (9) sing together as . "Singing is incredible it helps you release all of your stress throughout the day," said Mason Sands. The choir practiced since January in order to perfect their pieces for the Music Performance Assessment (MPA) on March 16. photo by Julie Brown


science research the kombucha effect

I learn how to work in the lab, and to stay organized. The class really helps me prepare for future classes. -Sajan Gutta (7)

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PLANARIAN REGENERATION While looking at his planarian, Sajan Gutta (7) tests to see how Kombucha effects planarians regeneration. "I came up with this project, because I really like planarians and my parents drink Kombucha so I was curious to how it would effect them. My parents, decided that they are not going to drink it anymore," said Sajan. Sajan and Zoha Irfan (9), the only two members of the Science Research class, worked hard to understand the basic steps of the scientific method as well as the research methods associated with their topic. photo by Julie Brown

JH WORLD GEO Art-history project

We do different types of projects, to help us remember hisoty and specific events in history. -Chloe Green (7)

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BUILD IT UP With help from, Mr. Larry Dowling, Chloe Green (7) sketches a famous building. Each of the students were assigned a historical building to sketch. "We do different types of projects, to help us remember history and specific events in history. This project in particular was one I really enjoyed, because I love drawing, and it allowed me to express my love for art in history," said Chloe.

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I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors Earth & Space Science Honors • BRITISH LITERATURE • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/Sports for Life • Pre - Algebra Honors • Geometry Honors • American Literature Enriched • Drawing/Painting I • World Religions • AP Calculus BC • Chinese III/Chinese IV • Algebra I Honors • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • Ethics • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors Earth & Space Science Honors • Beginning Band • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/Sports for Life • Algebra II Honors • Geometry Honors • ETHICS • American Literature Enriched • Drawing/Painting I • World Religions • AP Calculus BC • Chinese III/Chinese IV • Algebra I Honors • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • Ethics • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • PRE-ALGEBRA • Physics Honors • Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors Earth & Space Science Honors • Beginning Band • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/Sports for Life • Algebra II Honors • Geometry Honors • American Literature Enriched • Drawing/Painting I • World Religions • AP Calculus BC • Chinese III/Chinese IV • Algebra I Honors • Spanish I • M/J Pre Algebra • Ethics • World Literature Honors • American History Honors • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Microbiology • Computer Programming I • French II • Military History • M/J English II Advanced • Contemporary Issues • M/J Comp PE II • Hope/WT • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors Sculpture • Biology • Chemistry Honors • M/J Acting • M/J US History Advanced • British Literature Honors • Earth & Space Science Honors • Beginning Band • Spanish IV Honors • HOPE/Sports for Life • Algebra II Honors • Geometry

US HISTORY IMMIGRATION PROJECTS

Our presentation was on the process [of immigration] itself. I didn't realize how harsh the conditions were for these people. -Ryan Mikuen (8)

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ARRIVAL AT ELLIS ISLAND Pictures depict black and white scenes of immigrants moving through the brick halls of Ellis Island as Ryan Mikuen (8), Cody Bergstrom (8), Hannah Lee (8), Paris Wiechecki Vergara (8), and Alexandra Obermaier (8) present their research. The class was assigned to research different aspects of immigration in the early 20th century. "Our presentation was on the process itself, I didn't realize how harsh conditions were for these people," said Ryan Mikuen (8). photo by Julie Brown


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Sculpture gives me a chance to take my interpretation of ideas and display them. -Victoria Clark (11)

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BINARY BREAKDOWN Using Microsoft Visual Basic, Coleman Sperando (12) types in code for a program that he is creating. Computer programming students used Visual Basic and JES to write programs using the C++ and Jython languages. Throughout the year, the class created more then 100 programs from scratch using only code. A class favorite project was a video game design. "Mine was built like a maze; the point being to try to escape from the top of burning building," said Coleman. photo by Josh Rain

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AP Literature • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Biology Honors • Analysis of Functions • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Intro to Journalism • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • M/J Art • Biology • Chemistry Honors • AP Latin • Advanced Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • Advanced Band • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life • Chinese II • Geometry Honors • American Literature Honors • Chinese II • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra II • Spanish I • M/J Concert Choir • Digital Photography • World Literature Honors • AP Literature • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Biology Honors • Analysis of Functions • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • Economics Honors/AP Government • World Civilizations • Intro to Journalism • M/J Comp PE II • field ecology • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • M/J Art • Biology • Chemistry Honors • AP Latin • Advanced Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • Advanced Band • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • American Literature Honors • Chinese II • Physical Sciences Honors • Algebra II • Spanish I • Digital Photography • M/J Concert Choir • World Literature Honors AP Literature • M/J English III Advanced • HOPE/MJ/PE III • Biology Honors • Analysis of Functions • M/J World Geography Advanced • AP European History • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • Economics Honors/ AP Government • World Civilizations • Intro to Journalism • M/J Comp PE II • Weight Training • M/J Life Sciences Advanced • Physics Honors • M/J Art • Biology • Chemistry Honors • AP Latin • Advanced Acting • British Literature Honors • Field Ecology Honors • Advanced Band • FOCUS Spanish • Sports for Life • Algebra II • Geometry Honors • American Literature Honors • Chinese II • Physical Sciences

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The hardest thing to work with was Photoshop, it was harder to use than the camera. -Aliyah Stephens (11)


CHemistry honors Experimenting with halogens

Halogens are the seventh group of elements on the periodic table and we were testing how they would react with various substances. -Erin Magee (10)

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REACT AND RECORD Drops are measured out one by one as Krystina Glasner (10) and Victoria Black (10) test for various reactions with halogens. "Halogens are the seventh group of elements on the periodic table, we were testing how they react with various substances," said Erin Magee (10) photo by Allen Britten

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ADVANCED BAND IN PREPARATION FOR A POP CONCERT

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Mr. McCarl makes it more fun because he has higher expectations for us, which challeges us to play better. -Taylor Crook (12)

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third GRADE crayfish OBSERVATION

They're awesome because they pinch and they have spikes on the inside of their pinchers. -Cody Roydston (3)

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UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL After choosing a crayfish from the tank, Cody Roydston (3) and Krishan Patel (3) hold the wiggly crustacean with two fingers. While studying different environmental habitats, Mrs. Schultz's class investigated the social behavior and anatomy of crayfish. Two tanks housed ten crayfish with four cups cut in half for them to sleep in. Each crayfish was marked with a symbol corresponding to their preferred 'home' so the students could track them and see if they moved their habitats. "They all like to hide in their little homes under the cups," said Krishan. photo by S. Tricano


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OBSTACLE COARSE

The obstacle course benefits the students in a lot of ways – motor development, spatial awareness and balance. -Mrs. Louisa Killian

Fifth Grade VALLEY FORGE

WINTER AT VALLEY FORGE Working together, Mrs. Evelyn Cotton's class recreates the atmosphere at Valley Forge during the Revolutionary War. The students used materials such as cardboard and tape to build log houses and make axes, both of which were common during that time period. Zachary Ingram (5) holds two pieces of cardboard cut to resemble an ax while Timothy Nunno (5) wraps tape around the handle to secure them. "The ax was used for chopping wood for their fire so they wouldn't freeze during the cold winter," said Timothy.

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Sixth Grade MEDIEVAL TIMES

The goal of a knight is to protect his land and the Lord's land. He also jousted and fought for fun. -David Benjamin (6)

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PREZI PERFECT Using a Prezi he made online, David Benjamin (6) presents to the class about Knights. He covered all aspects of being a knight from the armor and weaponry to their everyday lives. Every six weeks, the sixth grade homeroom classes switch Humanities teachers which are responsible for teach a specific time period and location in the world. Mrs. Stephanie Boates focused on the Medieval Ages and each student was tasked with creating a presentation about a specific aspect of the time. photo by S. Tricano


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BAND BRASS SECTION

We start from the basics of reading musical notation, and progress through trying different instruments and preforming for the public. -Mr. Jim McCarl

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HOKUSAI WAVE AND ANDY WARHOL INK AND PRESS After inking the foam stamp that he carved by hand to illustrate a Hokusai wave, Benjamin Cleveland (5) presses it down on a sheet of paper to make a print. The students combined the Hokusai wave with a Andy Warhol, pop art style to create a piece of art from four prints of the same plate in different colors. "I didn't really know how to do it at first but then I got the hang of it," said Alex Miles (5). photo by S. Tricano

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HAYDEN NOWAK -VANSANT(3) To get ready for the game, we do drills where a coach or another player passes the ball to you and you have to dribble it up to the net and shoot it.

KRISHAN PATEL(3) Before we start the game, everyone gets there five minutes early and we practice shooting at the goal.

BRIANNA RAMNATH(3) On Thursdays, we have practices after school and before the game, we practice a few drills.

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THROW IN With his game face on, Elia Kalin (1) pulled the ball back behind his head to throw it in the game for his teammates to play off of. "The hardest thing about throwing the ball is that we have to make sure we don't throw it to the other player", said Elia.


BROTHERLYlove he three lower school soccer teams were part of a developmental program designed to allow young athletes to reach their full potential. The volunteer coaches held weekly practices and prepared their teams for scrimmages

“The hardest part about throwing the ball in is making sure you don't throw it to the other players.” - Elia Kalin (1) and games throughout the season. By focusing on technical skills and soccer fundamentals, the players progressively improved. The teams were divided by grade and followed age appropriate rules during the games.

Elia Kalin (1) and Noah Kalin (5) were both members of the third and fourth grade team. Although neither of the boys were in third or fourth grade, the two were placed on the team together. Elia and Noah came here from Switzerland and spoke English as their second language, making communication on the field with their teammates difficult at times. “Putting them on the same team was in the best interest of the boys to be able to communicate during the games,” said Mrs. JoEllen Williams. Having played in Switzerland before, Elia and Noah felt very comfortable on the field and their teammates supported them as they learned American soccer lingo during the season.

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water break Taking a break from the game, Brooke Ramnath (1) and Abby Eason (1) take a drink of water and Gatorade on the sidelines while they watch the action on the field continue. "I've been playing soccer for 4 years, and the best part about soccer is that you can kick the ball and run around the field", said Brooke.

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JADEN BONAR(6) I usually play underneath the basket. I jump higher than the others and get the rebound to get it to the point guard.

PRESTON MILO(6) Throughout the three years I've been playing, my favorite part has always been shooting.

CAMERON WALCOTT(6) When playing point guard, I dribble the ball down the court, while my teammates set up to receive a pass.

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PASS IT Alyssa Magin (6) dribbles down court while her teammates, Lana Rukab (6) and Olivia McHenry (6) provide backup as she drives towards the net. After holding before half-court to avoid pressure, she spotted an opening for the basket and took it. "I prefer offense because it's more fun trying to shoot rather than trying to stop someone from shooting," said Alyssa. photo by Victoria Zeger


A DAYto PLAY THE LOWER SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAMS PLAYED BACK TO BACK GAMES AT PARK AVENUE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY ON 1/26.

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n 1/26, the lower school basketball teams traveled to Park Avenue Christian Academy for a day filled with basketball. The boys and girls A, B and C teams all participated and had experienced players on their side.

“I have been playing basketball since Pre-K and I plan to continue to play at the Upper School.� - Alyssa Magin (6) "I have been playing basketball since Pre-K and I plan to continue to play at the Upper School," said Alyssa Magin (6). Alyssa, a two year member of the girls A team, joined her teammates on the court for the first game of the day. Marisa Catalano (6) dribbled the ball down the court while the other four members of the team got into position to receive passes and shoot on the net. Working as team in offense and defense helped the girls put a win under their belt with a 28-8 victory.

The boys C team was up next, facing off against Indian Harbor Montessori after a quick warm-up. Montessori dominated in rebounds while the boys focused on their offense. "During a fast break, I can beat everyone down the court because I am faster then them," said Briggs Kilborne (6). The boys A team followed with a tight scoring game against Odyssey. By focusing on defense and tightening up their passing, they boys were able to hold the score within points throughout the game. In the final moments of the game, the boys made a final basket, giving them the lead and the win with a score of 31-30. Finally, closing out the day, The boys B team played Park Avenue Christian Academy. The boys showed constant offensive pressure, shutting Park Avenue down from scoring points and won the game 19-10. "I like playing offense because you can do more stuff with the ball," said Jacob Coggshall (5).

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HALF WAY THERE The boys A, B and C teams brought the ball across the half-way line numerous times. LEFT: After getting the rebound, Briggs Kilborne (6) sprints the ball across court, only slowing down to make a layup shot. "My favorite type of shot is a lay-up because I can just beat everyone down the court and score," said Briggs. RIGHT: At the three-point line, Selby Christopher (5) plants his feet to make a shot as the defense closes in to apply pressure. "I just got into my lane, jumped up and made the jump shot," said Selby. photos by Victoria Zeger

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pressure on Stride by stride, bounce by bounce, Jacob Coggshall (5) heads towards the basket. Defensive pressure by his opponent made making a basket a challenge. "To get around a defender you can either straight up drive or you can try to make a move around them," said Jacob. photo by Victoria Zeger

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BACK to BASICS Young players add promising talent to the Junior Varsity and Varsity BAseball teams

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he junior varsity and varsity baseball teams had a fresh start with both a new coach and players. After loosing six seniors, the younger players got a chance to add field time on the varsity team.

As a result of the small size of the team, many players were able to play on both junior varsity and varsity teams. However, playing on both did not mean

“Our team dynamics are the same as they were. The confidence levels are lower seeing as it's hard to replace a seventh grader's mind-set with a senior's. All in all it didn't affect us very much.” - Jacob Burns (11) being allowed to choose practice time. Players were expected to be at both practices, but the perks outweighed the drawbacks. “Having two teams instead of one was more fun, because we all became very close this year and it was more like one big team rather than two teams divided.” said Jacquel Perry (8). The new coach and younger players made the team rethink their goals and made two important ones that would help both the individual players and the team itself: develop their skills as players and play more as a cohesive team. By setting these goals and standards the team hoped that they would become a stronger overall team.

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Heavy Hitter With perfect contact, Adam Roach (8) enters into the final phases of his swing and watches the ball go into the outfield. "I played mostly on junior varsity, but I was still really close with the varsity players and those who played on both teams." said Adam. photo by DSP

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Perfection, precision, power Grass crunches underfoot as Tony Jenkins (8) makes his way to home plate, testing the weight of his bat. "Having only two teams instead of three was pretty stressful but I think it will have improved us in the long run." said Tony. photo by DSP

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SEANPAUL PERRY(9) I've gotten a lot of varsity experience because of how small and young our teams are.

JORDAN (8) ROMERO Having only two teams this year was actually pretty awesome, it gave us an opportunity to bond more as a team.

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FAST BALL Pitcher Jacob Burns (11) uses perfect technique to strike out the batter. "Baseball is my passion and I am looking to play at the next level. I was hoping too be a leader at the beginning of the season. It was time for me to step up." said Jacob.

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YOUNG talent A MAINLY LOWER CLASSMEN SOFTBALL TEAM ENDS WITH A WINNING SEASON

With a new pitcher and young team, the Varsity softball girls were anxious going into their first game of the season against Masters Academy. Once the game began, the runs quickly added up and the nerves melted away. “We had two triples, and two doubles and almost everyone on the team scored,” said Talia Douglas (8). Consequently, the team had been rather young in previous

“We kept improving as our season progressed, especially or hitting and throwing techniques.” - Talia Douglas (8) years so the team was able to continue their strong bond. However, the bond was not the only thing that helped the team succeed, a change in coaching style helped boost this bond and winning attitudes. A peer coaching approach was implemented to give upperclassman a chance to exercise their leadership skills. “We have a lot of leaders within the team, so we basically coach and support each other, and the head coaches are there more for guidance than actual skill coaching,” said Stevye Rose (8).

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TEAM EFFORT Despite the long range from each other during a play, the team always found a way to work together and provide support, either through plays or team huddles. ABOVE: Casey Cohen (8) prepares for contact with the ball. "My batting average improved because I felt as though it was my responsibility to the team to improve every day," said Casey. RIGHT: As the team comes together, Lexie Joseph (12), Casey Cohen (8), Allison Roach (7), Talia Douglas (8), and Ally Neutze (12) congratulate each other after an out. photos by DSP

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SECOND OUT While stepping on the bag, Ally Neutze (12) catches a throw and gets the second out of the game against Space Coast Vipers. Ally, who typically played left field, often took on third base for the team. "I really like playing third base but I prefer left field because there is a lot more action out there," said Ally. photo by DSP


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FLYING SOLO Stopping at nothing to halt his opponent's advancement down the field, Michael Leary (11) took a leap of faith, diving for the ball. "I try to play like I do in practice and always stay calm and not stress myself out all the time." said Michael. Photo by DSP

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Central Catholic in their first game of the season. After placing the ball directly in the center of the half field line, the referee blew the whistle and within the next moment lacrosse nets clamped down on the ball to secure possession. Helmets clashed and other team members crashed in to assist. The ball rolled around and bodies continued to smash into one another, still lunging for the ball. Finally, Cameron rose victoriously with the ball in his lacrosse stick and began to sprint down the field. Photo by DSP

"Face-offs are really intense, it takes a lot of focus and reaction to go for the ball as soon as the whistle is blown" - Cameron Osman (11)


LEAP of FAITH THE VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE TEAM WORKED HARD TO LEAVE THEIR MARK.

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he spring season finally rolled around and the boys lacrosse team was hard at work conditioning, readying themselves for the next couple months of intense playing. The boys worked non-stop, focusing a lot on their offensive game. “We worked a lot on running and passing and shooting because without those keys the game is pretty much impossible.” said Trey Ville (11).

"The team worked together on both offense and defense so we could get the best results out of our season, we made sure we mastered all of our basic skills, so we could improve on everything else." - Calvin Quigley (12) After a few weeks of intense practice the tigers played against Melbourne Central Catholic, the game was intense and heart felt yet the varsity team fell short in the end. Despite the loss, it only fueled their desire for redemption. “Playing MCC is always one of our hardest games, but it only makes us want to win more at our next game.” said Zachary Funk (10).

KEEP TRACK To keep the ball moving down the field Noah Benjamin (9) looked across the restraining line for an open teammate. "Playing on this team was really nice because everyone knew their responsibilities and worked really hard to win." said Noah. Photo by DSP

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KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN Constantly scanning the field, Micah Morgan (12) runs past on coming defenders looking to make a play. "Playing attack consists of a lot of running and trying to get past defenders so we worked in practice a lot on passing and running." said Micah. Photo by DSP

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GRAFTON PAGE(10) I used to play only defense but now I play a little bit of offense as well, and I love it.

JUSTIN (9) GANIBAN Whenever I was sprinting down the field I knew that my teammates were also close behind in case I need help.

RICKY BERTHIAUME(9) The team this year never stopped running and always worked hard on offense and defense.

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PIVOT To stay clear of his defender, Brian Putnam (9) fakes a move towards his defender then pivots around. "If I ever get stuck during a play I try to keep the ball away from the defenders then dodge around and roll to the goal," said Brian.

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OFFENSIVE domination LACROSSE PLAYERS focus on offense to defeat MCC

After weeks of intense and vigorous exciting game, I knew that we had to play conditioning with the Varsity team, the Junior an all around good game in offense and High and Junior Varsity teams were ready to defense," said Stephan Rotalante (10). start a new season. With the largest number The first face off started the game with a of boys playing lacrosse in school history, possession and they boys worked the ball the team constantly worked to improve down field. They ripped the ball right past the upon basic skills like defender's goal stick, shooting, passing, putting the them up “Playing against MCC is always a and catching. by one within the really exciting game, I knew that first minute of the "It was really we had to play an all around good game. awesome to have so many kids playing, "As soon as the game in offense and defense." it was really cool to game against MCC Stephan Rotalante (10) help them out and started the team show them how the really worked game works",said together and communicated well so we were James Rauhofer (9). easily able to score," said Josh Moisand (9). The team grew with anticipation for their The team continued with their fast paced upcoming game against rival, Melbourne offense making goal after goal. After Central Catholic (MCC). the final buzzer the tigers rose victorious dominating MCC with a score of 18-6. "Playing against MCC is always a really

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RUN LIKE THE WIND To keep possession of the ball, Sean Taylor (9) sprints past a defender, leaving him in the dust, while passing off the ball to another team mate. "Running is a huge part of the game, so we had to condition a lot," said Sean. Photo by DSP

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LOOK OUT In the heat of the moment JV goalie Matthew Starkey (9) made an impressive save and gets ready to launch the ball back down the field. "Even though we had a really strong defense I always had to be ready to save the ball then get it back down field," said Matthew. Photo by DSP

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GO WITH IT With a defenders trailing closely behind, Matthew Levy (9) turns and runs while cradling the ball to stay ahead of his opponent. They boys put an emphasis on offense throughout the season to score more goals during the games. Photo by DSP

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At the blow of the whistle, Bridget Funk (7) got ready for a draw. The referee placed the ball in between the two nets. "Before any draw I always look for my teammates so I know where to place the ball, and I can help rotate them if I see where the other girl is placing the ball so who ever wins the draw we could still have a chance of gaining possession," said Bridget. The placement of the ball is extremely important at the start of a game. "The more precise that the girls can place the ball the better chance the girls have to run their offense and get ready to play defense," said team manager and assistant coach Josh Unum (11).

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irls lacrosse made its debut with a junior varsity team consisting of 29 girls ranging from seventh grade through twelfth grade. Lacrosse was a whole new game with different rules and regulations, even from the boys version of the game. “Being able to play lacrosse is awesome because I always saw my brother playing so I really wanted to try it," said Chelsea McManus (10)

“Being able to play lacrosse is awesome because I always saw my brother playing so I really wanted to try it." - Chelsea McManus (10)

EYES WIDE OPEN Scanning through her face mask, Lucy Thomas (9) uses a dodge roll to maneuver around her two defenders. "Lacrosse is so different than any other sport I've ever played. It was really hard to get used to but it is so much fun to play," said Lucy.

Face masks and mouth guards were required along with strict guidelines on stick length, pocket depth and checking. The smaller pocket on the stick made cradling technique one of the most important skills for the girls to learn. Although the team was only junior varsity, the girls played multiple games against varsity teams like Merritt Island, who had been playing for several years. “It was hard playing the older girls on varsity teams, but it has definitely helped us improve our game," said Cassidy Mcnair (8). By mid-March the team had seven games under their belt and one win with another month left in the season.

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PATIENCE Carefully watching as the ball slowly makes its way towards her, Emma Rylander (10) stands ready to play defense. "When I play defense, my biggest responsibility is to help protect our goalie, Natalie Mercaldo (9). It's really exciting when you can turn the ball over and send it to the other side of the field so your team can score," said Emma. Photo by DSP

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SHOT ON GOAL Following her instincts Maggie Funk (9) drives into the eight meter line, winding up for a shot on goal. "I really like playing attack, because you get to play both offense and defense and you have a lot of control over the game," said Maggie. Photo by DSP

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With a team motto of, “If you’re not first, you’re last”, the Varsity boy’s tennis team had a good start by being 10-0 in the beginning of the season. The boys worked hard to turn their team around from last year. They went from previously loosing every match to dominating all of them.

“I can attribute all my wins this season to Coach Mark because he always encourages us and pushes us to do our best.” - David Melito (11) “I didn’t lose a singles match for 8 matches, which was a good feeling,” said Matthew Allison. Their best matches were against John Carroll and Masters Academy due to success in every game of the match. New additions to the top five, including Matt Allison (11) and Nick Stanley (11), contributed to their winning season.

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Rally While warming up before a match, Nick Stanley (11) begins his follow through on his forehand. As a member of the top 5, Nick played in every match and was a key player in their winning season. "The team was a lot closer this year, which benefitted us both on and off the court," said Tanner. photo by DSP

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT With great concentration Chris Suchoski (12) back-hands it over the net. "I would like to give credit to Shane Harrison and his wife Crystal for the talent and tennis skills I have today," said Chris. photo by DSP

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WINNING SHOT Sending the ball over the net to secure the point, Matt Allison (11) dominated his competition in every match. By joining the team he greatly impacted the season. "I played the number two spot on the team, and also played a lot of doubles matches, which were my favorite," said Matt. photo by DSP

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he girl's tennis team had a strong start when they won their first match against Melbourne High School on 2/6. They brought their "A game" and mentally prepared for the 4-3 win. Three of the top five won their single's matches, and both doubles teams contributed by winning their matches as well.

“Even though the top five was different this year, they did really well in singles and we all came together in doubles to win the match.” - Hannah Shuman (11) It was a transition season for the team, they went from being a predominantly senior team to a younger team consisting of both junior high and senior high players. To become a tighter knit team, they tried new team bonding activities that contributed to their winning attitudes. “The team bonding really helped because even though tennis is an individual sport, the cohesiveness among players is still very important,” said Remy Rudd (10). The team bonding set the precedent for the season and put them at ease on the court. For doubles, it enabled partners to play better together in order to secure the win, match to match.

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SET POINT As the number one seed, Savannah Kutryb (10) helped secure the win against Melbourne High School by winning her singles match. "I was proud of the way everyone played in our first match, and we continued to play well the rest of the season," said Savannah. photo by DSP

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WINNER SHOT Sending the ball over the net, Megan Bernier (12) was a key player in the top five at the match. "We really had to focus and put forth a lot of strength because it was such a tough match," said Megan. The match was so heated between both teams that the coaches had to intervene and be line judges. photo by DSP

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Perfection, precision, power Anxious to play, Anush Bostanjian (10), Megan Bernier (12), and Ravenel Rudd (10) waited to be matched up. "Since this was our first match and my first time in the top five, I was nervous going into it but I started winning and gained more confidence to win," said Ravenel. photo by DSP

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STAY FOCUSED Tennis is mainly a mental sport. You have to be in the right mind set and not get down on yourself if you're not doing well.

TOP SPIN It's important to put a top spin on the ball so it will stay low and be harder for the opponent to return.

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40-LOVE Securing the win early, Hannah Shuman (11) was able to play easy the remainder of the match. "We really had to come together as a team at this match and push through," said Hannah. She also won in doubles to further the team's win. photo by DSP

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After coming to Holy Trinity halfway through the year Steven Ralph found his place on the track team.

HURDLING OBSTACLES Determined to break his personal record, Marques Burgman (12), strides past fellow hurdles and finishes with a time of 14.7. "I hope to run track in college at the University of Florida." said Marques. photo by DSP

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Practice how you want to perform, train like a champ, and perform like a champ - Steven Ralph (11)


PRACTICE payoff BOYS TRACK puts in hundreds of hours on the track preparing for the season.

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14-second race took more than 100 hours of practice to perfect. This was the case for Marques Burgman (12) and many of the other sprinters on the boys track team. The group of passionate athletes attributed their success to their desire to work independently outside of the season. The hours were excruciating, but the payoff was worth it. Marques finished in the top thirty at Nationals in New York.

practice year round, and run at least five times a week, if not more.” - Marques Burgman (12) However, sprinting wasn’t the only thing that the boys took over. Corey Smith (12) dominated in the field events. Having pole vaulted since 7th grade he reached his personal best of 14’3 this year. “There’s an indoor pole vaulting facility that I train at year round three or four times a week that’s helped me a lot over the past six years get to the point where I am today," said Corey. Both Marques and Corey plan to continue their track and field events at the next level in college.

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IN STRIDE Running the open 100m, Matt Thomas (11) prepares for his season goal of wining state for the 4X100 relay. "This is my first year running track and I was really impressed at how much I improved over such little time. I have big dreams, but I definitely think I can accomplish them," said Matt. photo by DSP

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LEADER OF THE PACK Running against over 20 schools, James Lovett (11), leads the pack determined to finish strong. James took first overall in the meet. "My favorites are speed and alternative track, and my goals for the season is to get a time of 11 flat and win state," said James Lovett (11). photo by DSP

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GIRLS TRACK HAD A SUCCESSFUL SEASON WITH A STRENGTHENED FIELD DIVISION.

A new interest sparked for the field events on the Girls Track team. Shot putters, long and high jumpers dominated the field with drive, one of them being McKenzie Kilborne (10). She started when she saw Gemikal Prude ('12) high jump at a state meet. "I have been jumping for two years and I really, really like it." said McKenzie.

“I saw Gemikal jumping at the state meet a few years ago and I figured that he was not the tallest person in the world and neither was I so I thought it looked really fun and If he could do it then I didn't see why I couldn't do it, too.� - McKenzie Kilborne (10) McKenzie's practices started out with three laps on the track and dynamic stretching with the team. The "jumpers" then split from the sprinters and would do more stretches that would target their back muscles. "We had to prepare ourselves for the strain of using our back muscles to go over the bar." said McKenzie. McKenzie's goals for the season were to beat her personal record at regionals and go on to states.

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SWIFT FINISH In order to beat her time, Rachel Cantelou (11), swiftly runs down the track to complete the 100 meter. "The best part of track is hanging out with my friends and to have the girls win state is our goal," said Rachel. photo by DSP

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CALM MENTALITY Anticipating her turn, Milan Lanier (10), gets in form for the shot put. Her farthest throw was 31'2". "Before throwing, I try to keep a calm mentality. It is just as much a mental game as it is physical. Staying focused is key when throwing," said Milan. photo by J. Bazeley

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JUMP HIGH With perfect form, McKenzie Kilborne (10) elevates her body, her legs following in order to complete the high jump. "I don't like to think about my event too much because it is such a mental thing. I don't mentally do too much for it. Before a track meet I refrain from eating two hours before to prep my body to race and jump," said McKenzie. photo by J. Bazeley

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My favorite days to run are Tuesdays and Thursdays because they are easy runs and I can talk to my friends about my day. - Julie Wolrath (10)

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I think I stand out, I do Glee Club, I participate in activities and I have lots of friends. - Charlotte Varnes (5)

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PEOPLE we began and finished the year side by side, Seniors next to preschoolers, each of us searching for ways to become

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Friends are the most valuable thing for anyone to have. Friends keep you going in a straight line and help you get to where you need to go. -Brad Weiss (11)


"Even when I am not in school and I'm wearing my uniform, I have my shirt tucked in and I try to be on my best behavior."

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"My visibility is through my friends. I always surround myself with them and make sure we are side by side always. You will never see me alone in the halls." - Amy Jameson (10)

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EARLY CHILDHOODclass of '26-'27 Reagan Balavender Ricky Brown Tj Cobb Paige Cozzitorto (not pictured) Raleigh Currin Landon Fischer Caelen Garcia Tommy Good Dawson Gutowski Brendan Harris Thomas Haughie Brooke Hess Richy Komolboon-Green Victor Lupo Connor McGrew Raevin Mercado John Mottarella Olivia Ramos Luke Rector Austin Schultz Lucas Schwinn Giovanni Shanta

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hristmas time was near when pre-kindergartener Raleigh constructed the head of a paper Santa Clause. Raleigh had a hard time picturing him at first, but was able to remember her time at the park when she told Santa that she wanted a tree house for Christmas. According to Raleigh, this was

“When I bring it home, I'm going to hang it on my door so everyone can see and think of Santa.” - Raleigh Currin (PS)

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how you make a paper Santa: “[First], we put cotton balls for the beard and a little cotton ball for the end [of the hat]. [Then] we draw eyes and then a nose, then a mouth. [Finally], I pulled another cotton ball and used it as his mustache,” said Raleigh. When using the glue, her hands got a little sticky and so she washed them. Finally, “when I bring it home, I’m going to hang it on my door so everyone can see and think of Santa,” said Raleigh. story by Victoria Zeger

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Kindergartenclass of '25 Marissa Altman Tanner Bean Donovan Boesch

“My favorite food is pizza, and I want a puppy.” -Madelyn Hassey (K)

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Olivia Durgin Emily Eason Kiren Farooqui Skyler Jensen

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fter weeks of anticipation, it was Madelyn Hassey’s (K) turn to be Firefly of the Week. This was more than just a once in a year event, it was her time to be line-leader, sing special songs, and make a poster of all her favorite things. “My favorite food is pizza, and I want a puppy,” said Madelyn. Madelyn’s poster resembled her life starting from when she was first born. Starting with the poster board, she individually placed each picture showing her growth over the years. “They were old pictures we took and now we kept them,” said Madelyn (K). Then woven all throughout the pictures were blurbs of information about Madelyn. To tie the poster together, her name was drawn in markers focusing the entire idea of the poster together, showing Madelyn’s colorful nature.


FIRST GRADEclass of '24 Courtney Ainbinder Mackenzy Allen Lensa Badolato Zoya Barnes Brendan Boddy Ashlyn Borboroglu Sydney Borboroglu

Logan Couture Amrah Desimone Jas Donahue Abbey Eason Julia Elmaghraby Keegan Harrison Tristen Hurlbut

YES, logan “Santa knew Logan didn’t believe in him so he left a candy cane in his desk.”

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Fischer Jehs Kendall Johnson Elia Kalin (not pictured) Chelsea Kamp Luke Kenney Noah Kirschner Ivy Knight

Savannah McGrew Jake McLaren Maegan Mercado

Rohan Prasanna Brooke Ramnath Wesley Restrepo

-Joshua Taylor (1)

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anta visited Mrs. Teresa Stevenson’s first grade class in the form of the Elf on a shelf. Each morning, Santa would come in before school and move the elf to a different place in the classroom. Students ran in every morning, and immediately began their search around the classroom. One student, Logan Couture (1), had his doubts about Santa’s existence, which Santa quickly debunked. “Santa knew Logan didn’t believe in him so he left a candy cane in his desk,” said Joshua Taylor (1). Along with the candy cane, a note from Santa on the white board began: “Yes, Logan and all of Mrs. Stevenson's students, there is a Santa.” This note and the candy cane were all the proof Logan needed. “I believe in Santa now,” said Logan. story by Katherine Hess

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Grant Shoultz Joshua Taylor Brianna Wakefield

Lani Watt William Whipple Gordon Whitlow


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s part of the Conscious Discipline Program, the parish campus developed a voice level system that is used school wide. Posters -Abbie Shephard (2) were displayed around the school which reminded the students of the voice levels (0-4). While transitioning between their classroom and enrichment activities, many teachers employed the “Quiet Game” which encouraged the students to modulate their voice levels in the hallways. The game was always played at level zero, or voices turned off. The students sat in a silent line while one person walked back and forth to choose who they thought was sitting the quietest. That chosen student became the one to walk back and forth. “The children love the movement and to be chosen to be ‘up’ to play the quiet game,” said Mrs. Laurie Finnegan. story by Katherine Hess

Kate Ippolito Nasserie Kamara Conor Knight Hunter Koenig Jackson Kronick Avery Lush Seth Mainwold Kiara Norris Briegan Novak Chloe Nowak-Vansant Austin Olivas Shweta Patel

Kiran Shay Brett Shelby Abbie Shepard Sydney Smith Michael Sottile Rydyr Stockton Lucas Talbert

Miya Tanner Taelyn Tolle Giancarlo Valdivia Trevor Wakefield Kevin Zhao Matthew Zorovich Anthony Zyren

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Anisha Gandhi Christian Garcia Alyse Hendrix Colton Hurlbut

“I don't find it hard to sit quietly and it helps everyone else sit quietly too.”

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Anastasia Balatsky Jackson Bean Sophia Bittar Jack Byrd


THIRD GRADEclass of '22 Karis Assam Jonathan Bailey Wil Bell Isabel Bush Angela Durso Madelyn Eason Austin Frost

Joven Garcia Anna-Katherine Harman Kendall Harrison Hana Hunter Bella Johnson Dylan Johnson Amanda Kelce

Brian Mazo Morgan McCarthy Ava Middlebrooks Ryan Miles Lauren Mohler Hayden Nowak-Vansant Thomas Panagiotopoulos

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here is one third grader who balances being diabetic with being a normal kid every single day. Jonathan Bailey (3) has had type one diabetes for two years. His diabetes affects his daily routine and he always needs to be cautious about whether or not his blood sugar is low or high. “When my blood sugar gets low, I start to feel weak”, said Jonathan. He performs blood sugar tests in Mrs. Betty Schwind’s office regularly throughout the day and if his blood sugar is low, he will eat something with sugar to bring it back up such as juice or cookies. Even though Jonathan battles with diabetes, he doesn’t allow it to stop his involvement on sports teams. He is a member of the Football, Basketball, Hockey and Track and Field teams. Although the

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diabetes does not slow him down, he still needs to be aware of his blood sugar. “One time my blood sugar had gone down during a football game so I had to stop and get something to eat,” said Jonathan. story by Gabby Dixon

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Bailey White Connor Whitlow Sean Wilson


Luc Chaffiot Haley Claycomb Maxwell Cobb Katherine Crawley

-Ryan Bain-Darby (4)

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yan Bain-Darby (4) had three years of acting and five years of modeling under her belt. She landed roles in Trashland, Dolphin Tale and Kidnapped which were “student films” directed by aspiring college students. Ryan enjoyed acting because it allowed her to be someone else and explore different expressions. “It’s hard to learn how to bring all the emotions out, but it’s fun and it gets easier with hard work and practice,” said Ryan. While Ryan focused on her creativity through film, Kalee Taylor (4) drew inspiration from paper. She has been writing about fictional characters on paper since she was four years old. “My first story was about a kingdom in the clouds,” said Kalee. Her characters were extremely detailed and often included illustrations paired with facts to help narrate the tale. Her most recent creation was a “Rare Royal Alicorn,” a horse with wings and a unicorn horn inspired by the many horse movies and shows she watched. story by Gabby Dixon

Andy Kelce Avery Kenney Grace Kirschner Danielle Koos Ryan Mauzy Piper McHenry Hudson McKee Brock Moser Ian Oakley Carl Rethwisch Sammy Rosebush Holly Rugar

Laith Rukab Sakthi Sabapathy Cris Saladino Gabby Salyer Mackenzie Sands Jack Sottile Abigail Taylor

Kalee Taylor Cole Teply Dante Valdivia Victor Wacaster Sarah Williams Annabelle Woods Olivia Yochim

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Levi Hotusing Hunter Hurlbut Zachary Ippolito Ty Johnson

“It’s hard to learn how to bring all the emotions out.”

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FIFTH GRADEclass of '20 Brandon Assam Kevin Barrow Grace Beach Spencer Blackwood Brooke Boddy Delaney Boyle Brett Braddock

Kayla Burge Isabel Chiuchiolo Benjamin Cleveland Jacob Coggshall Bodie Cohen Devaughn Dames Jamie Dandridge

“There’s a part where we run around the scrooge and I’m always afraid that I’m going to fall off the stage because that almost happened to one of the actors one time” -Spencer Blackwood (5)

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ncouraged by Mrs. Ernewein, Spencer Blackwood (5), Julia Zorovich and Sarah Kimmerling along with six other kids from the glee club auditioned on October 1-2 for Scrooge, the Musical at the Hennegar Center. Out of the eight kids that auditioned five were chosen, including Spencer, Julia and Sarah, who were cast as street urchins. They were exited for their roles although there were always some nerves associated with performing. “There’s a part where we run around the scrooge and I’m always afraid that I’m going to fall off the stage because that almost happened to one of

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the actors one time,” said Spencer. Rehearsals leading up to the show were from seven pm to twelve am daily but once the show began, they only met once a week on Thursdays to have a quick run through of

“Mrs. Ernewein has taught me everything I know and I love to act.” -Sarah Kimmerling (6) the play. Despite the rigourous schedule, it was a postive experience and the aspiring actors planned to audition again for future plays. Compared to the glee club plays the whole experience was more professional as there was a much bigger audience and stage with elaborate costumes. story by Brooke Preston


Bentley Dorics Austin Fisher Emma Fisher Christian Greene Nicholas Greene Chase Hirsch Zachary Ingram

Anique Kattenberg Sarah Kimmerling Gabby Lasure Caroline Layman Erika Magin Alex Miles Ryan Mozer

Timothy Nunno Isaac Oakley Kelly Orbell Torin O`Brien

Rahul Prasanna Sammi Reed Jackson Riley Moriah Ross

Tai Ross Taylor Rothery Christopher Selby Alexandra Swiger

Gabe Taylor Grant Thorpe Michael Tomadakis Nolan Tracy

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Charlotte Varnes Jack Wadsworth Kathryn Welch Ethan Wigelsworth

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SIXTH GRADEclass of '19 Elizabeth Badolato Davis Bell David Benjamin Jaden Bonar Brenna Bortner Marissa Catalano Emily Cleveland

Braden Collins Grace Dance Hari Dandapani Riley Draper Derek Dyer Jason Elmaghraby Shaw Frederick

Kai Fricke Shane Gaughan Russell Irons Madison Kenney

Briggs Kilborne Carolyn Koos Kelly Laser Robert Layman

Billy Lima Neal Luthra Alyssa Magin Ashley Mauzy

Oliva McHenry (not pictured) Mason McHenry Olivia McHenry Megan Mikuen Preston Milo

Selena Nishihata Matthew Olinde Max Pagan Nikhil Patel

Ethan Potter Spencer Radke Jonathon Rahmes Cameron Reyna

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Connor Rowlings Lana Rukab Camryn Ryland Emily Shoemaker Ashley Stevens Siara Tirado Luca Valdivia

Cameron Walcott Charlie Woods Sarah Zeger

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s the fall volleyball season began, new faces appeared on the court. While the teams were typically comprised of girls, one boy, Cameron Johnson (6), inspired by afternoon volleys with his father, stood proud amongst his teammates. “It made me feel special being the only boy on the team

“The sets are my favorite because most people say I have quiet hands-meaning I don’t make a lot of noise when I make contact with the ball” -Cameron Reyna (6) and everyone was really supportive,” said Cameron. Cameron had volleyed back and forth with his father for years on their driveway in front of their house and finally decided to take his interest to the next level and join the team. He emerged as one of the teams’ setters and took to the position rather quickly. “The sets are my favorite because most people say I have quiet hands-meaning I don’t make a lot of noise when I make contact with the ball, “ said Cameron. During the short season, Cameron improved his agility and dexterity with handling the ball. While he planned to continue playing volleyball in the future, he sights are not set on just the one sport. “Basketball is my number 1 sport,” said Cameron.

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In 1988, Big starring a young Tom Hanks was a box office hit, Ronald Reagan was in the final year of his presidency, and the price of gas was roughly $1.20 a gallon. It was also the year Mrs. Cathy Ford began as headmaster of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. This school year marks Mrs. Ford’s 25th year as the headmaster. In 1988, she accepted the top position at a school with only 142 students on a small campus near downtown 2003 Placing the final tile in the mosaic of the Holy Trinity Crest on the front of Parsons Hall with Mr. David Del Buono.

Melbourne. Under her leadership, the student body has grown to 850 students and added a 40-acre Pineda campus, in which 100 percent of its most recent graduates were accepted to a college or university. However, her leadership did not only benefit those who attended the school. During her time as President of the Junior League of South Brevard, Mrs. Ford became the founding President of the Haven for Children, a temporary home for countless abandoned, abused, and neglected children in Brevard.

2011 Pineda traffic light blessing.

1999 Breaking ground on the Pineda campus.

Mrs. Ford is the first person a student greets when entering school and the last as she hands them their diploma. She knows every student by name, a characteristic that does not go unnoticed amongst the student body. The sense of community, core values and academic excellence exist at our school because of Mrs. Ford’s hard work and dedication to both our school and our community. She has built our school from the bottom up, and given us her values along with it. Mrs. Ford, thank you for everything you have done for Holy Trinity.

1988 First yearbook photo.

2012 Senior day at the Parish Campus.

2005 Friday night football in the Jungle.

1988 With Jack Ryals and Father Bill Lewis at the Parish campus.

2008 Accepting an endowment gift from the Desai family.

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2010 Mrs. Ford surrounded by the ambush at a home volleyball game in the gym on the Pineda campus.

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FACULTY/STAFF Mark Ainsley History , Football, Lacrosse William Anderson (not pictured) Facilities Christine Arter ECH Assistant, Volleyball Tinitia Austin (not pictured) Facilities Judith Baxter English, NEHS Brandy Bean Administration Susan Bearden Information Technology Alison Bell College Guidance, Academic Team

Shara Benhase First Grade Dolores Bentz Pre-Kindergarten Tracy Biggs Administration Sharon Biscardi English Stephanie Boates Sixth Grade, Basketball Colleen Bonanza Early Childhood Assistant

Michelle Bonar Kindergarten Vicki Bransford Health & Physical Education Sharon Brockell Fifth Grade, Glee Club Gail Bruner Administration Cyndi Buist Administration Doug Butler Administration, Cross Country, Track & Field

Rebecca Cacciatore Administration, I-Team Aileen Carlson Fine Arts Dana Chesser Fourth Grade Greg Chiarella Science, Pre-Med Club Mary Cibulsky Administration Evelyn Cotton Fifth Grade

Pat Craig Administration Russell Deatherage Information Technology, Science David Del Buono Facilities Natalie Derrick Administration Kirk Dodd Facilities Matt Dopira Math, NHS, Mu Alpha Theta

Gisele Doucet World Languages, FNHS, French Club Larry Dowling Social Science Lara Duguid Social Science, JKB, Seniors Lea Dykema Information Technology Colette Dziadul Guidance, I-Team David Ernewein (not pictured) Facilities Lucia Ernewein Fine Arts, Glee Club

Melissa Euziere Social Science, JKB, Soccer Jeanette Evans Fourth Grade, Helping Hands Nan Evans Finance Carlos Figueroa Facilities Lynn Fink Fifth Grade

Laurie Finnegan Second Grade Susan Fletcher Administration Catherine Ford Administration Liana Foster Administration Nancy Gavrish Fine Arts

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LEARN theROPES Mr. Joe Mancini had a shadow for much of the year. Coach James Slattery, a former military man, completed an internship under the direction of Mr. Mancini.

“I am very appreciative for this opportunity, Mr Mancini has helped me and mentored me, I have learned so much and I continue to learn everyday.” -Coach James Slattery “As a dean, we get to know the students, and to help the students get through the day,” said Mr Mancini. When Coach Slattery was in the military, he had a drill sergeant who gave him advice he would never forget. “He told me that in life, 'you need to find someone who is best in the field and pick their brain, and learn everything you can from them,'” said Coach Slattery. Mr. Mancini appreciated that advice and was glad to have Coach Slattery on his tail all day. “Well, it is a big brain, and have become really good friends. He is getting the hang of everything really fast and he is a great friend to have around,” said Mr. Mancini. story by Baylee Whitley

Nancy Giangrisostomi Administration Willie Gibson Facilities Michell Givens Social Science, JH SG, JH Book Club Charles Goldfard (not pictured) Administration John Gomez Fourth Grade Allison Gutierrez (not pictured) Social Science, Student Government Joe Green Facilities Jim Hale Mass media, Newspaper, Broadcast

Kathy Hannon Information Technology Debbie Harper Health and Physical Education vSteve Henderson Health and PE, Basketball Stephanie Hendren Science, NJHS Beth Hermann Administration Trevor Herntier Math, Science

Pace Hill Library Judy Houser Library Gina Hulse Fine Art Jahanara Irons Science Joline Irvine Science Jin Ji World Languages

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Cheryl Jones Administration Angela Joseph ECH Assistant Jessica Kelce Science, NHS Cooking Emily Killian Fine Arts Louisa Killian Health and PE Dori Knodel Administration

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CHECK it off His entire life Mr. Bill Lindner wanted to learn how to play the bagpipes “It was kind of a bucket list thing and for my 50th birthday my wife gave me a chanter and lessons,” said Mr. Lindner. A chanter is the part of the bagpipe that plays the melody. It is similar to a

“It was kind of a bucket list thing and for my 50th birthday my wife gave me a chanter and lessons.” recorder in its shape and how it is used. It has eight holes that are in the same place as on a bagpipe so players can practice finger placement. It is significantly less loud and heavy than an actual bagpipe so many players learn new tunes on them first. Mr. Lindner began his training by taking lessons with a teacher in Melbourne. “He didn’t take it very seriously so I started doing more research about lessons,” said Mr. Lindner. He decided the best way to continue to fulfill his goal of learning how to play bagpipes was by participating in Skype sessions with a professional bagpipe player from Scotland. “ I found out this is something people do. It’s the same cost as the lessons here but they are from one of the best bagpipe players in the world,” said Mr. Lindner. story by Lydia Kucera

Catherine Koos Administration Anne Lahr Social Science, JH Honor Council, Movie Club Brenda LaJeunesse Fourth Grade Bill Lindner English Rhonda Lorme Second Grade G. Wesley Lovelace English, Science

Lisa Magin Administration, Basketball , Volleyball Joe Mancini Administration Lynn Maxwell Administration Jim McCarl Fine Arts Berverly McHenry (not pictured) Extended Day Bradley Meyer (not pictured) Information Technology Cara Middleton First Grade Carmen Mirda World Languages, SNHS

Dolores Mosby Administration Lorna-Lynne Nimocks Science Marna Novak Kindergarten Elaine Olinde Lunch Coordinator Jo Pagan Guidance Leonard Paoletti Administration

Dereck Parker Fifth Grade, Flag Football Kathy Peters Health and PE, JH Book Club James Phillips Health and PE, Soccer Larry Pierce Facilities John Piotrowski (not pictured) Facilities Aaron Pishalski Math, Mu Alpha Theta Kari Ramos Guidance, JH Honor Council, The Movement

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- Mr. Bill Lindner


Rachel Ramos (not pictured) Information Technology Meredith Rae (not pictured) Administration Nancy Reed Math, NJHS, Geometry Team Katherine Rehill English Randy Rister (not pictured) Information Technology Cathy Rodby Fine Arts, NAHS, Equestrian Club Michelle Rosillon (not pictured) Social Science Ann Rouse Math, Academic Team Stephanie Rubin Sixth Grade, I-Team

Helen Russell Foreign Language Jeannette Russell Science Teresa Schultz Third Grade Betty Schwind Administration Tiffany Sergis Administration Jennifer Sharpe Administration, Helping Hands

Linda Sheedy Extended Day Debby Simmons Administration Katy Sirois Second Grade James Slattery (not pictured) Administration Tammy Slattery Math, Lacrosse Andrew Smith Health and PE, Flag Football Renee Smith Administration

Teresa Stephenson First Grade Heath Street Facilities Paul Suchoski Adjunct Faculty Arlene Sutherland Library, NHS Jocey Szmidt World Languages Sharon Torkelson World Languages, Spanish Club, SNHS

Sarah Tricano Mass Media, Yearbook Andrew Trubiroha Administration Dennis Trythall Facilities Lorie Wacaster Fine Art, Tri-M Maria Waldrop Administration Mary Wallis Administration

Linda Weiss Administration Susan Welch Math, Surf Club, Heifer International Betty White Third Grade Laurie Whittaker Early Childhood Assistant Silvana Wilbur Foreign Languages, Student Government, Latin Club, NLHS

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Joy Willard-Williford Administration, Operation Smile, FCA, Chapel Leaders Jo Ellen Williams Administration, Basketball, I-Team, ACT, ABC Mary Ellen Williams Early Childhood Valerie Williams English

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seventh gradeclass of '18 Victoria Araj Ellen Armstrong Joshua Baker Nikitha Balaji Sara Barker Brian Baumann Jared Benhase

Avery Bohbot Devin Braddock James Burke Carlo Campanini Christina Chadwick Nidhi Chary Logan Collins

Ryan Coscarella Jon Dashi Louis Davis Matthew Degtyar Christopher Farid Ryan Fischer Amber Fisher

Abigail Foster Bridget Funk Jack Ganiban Saurav Ghosal Ava Giorgianni Elianna Grecul Chloe Greene

Sajan Gutta Kelsey Halbert Connor Hammond Anthony Hampson Caroline Harrell Walker Hirsch Shaden Hobbs

Kailee Holland Erin Killion Joshua Knight Preston Konold Lukas Kott Nadia Kumar-Agarwal Ethan Leary

John Levitt Sydney Levy Lori Lockwood Ashvi Luthra Bailey McKee Brett McLaren Zachary McManus

Adriana Melendez Blake Menyhart Mackenzie Miller Anthony Mottarella Sydney Novak Vishaan Ojha Savannah Olivas

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Karen Parry (not pictured) Lauren Perry Ryan Pishalski William Pitten Alexander Preston Allison Roach Mary Rossi Bryce Rothery

Lillian Rugar Hailey Ryalls Matthew Ryan Alejandro Salazar Tyler Sams Calvin Sierota Elysia Slattery

SHREDto chill

Connor Hammond (7) and Ryan Fischer (7) share one thing in common: their passion for surfing. They both spend at least four days a week at the beach “shredding” waves. For them, surfing is not just a sport; it’s a lifestyle. “You do it because you get into a whole separate world,” said Connor. After living gulf-side in Tampa for nine years, Connor moved to Melbourne in

“There’s nothing like looking down at a really good wave. When I’m out surfing, it’s just a time for me to let loose and chill.” - Ryan Fischer (7) 2003. He was instantly hooked on surfing when he started. He surfs in New Smyrna Beach sometimes and enjoys it a lot. Ryan started surfing because he saw a bunch of people doing it and thought it would be fun to try. He loves catching a good wave, and sees surfing as a way to escape his daily routine “There’s nothing like looking down at a really good wave. When I’m out surfing, it’s just a time for me to let loose and chill,” said Ryan. Both Connor and Ryan go out surfing whenever they have free time. They enjoy the thrill it brings and the feeling of freedom they get when they’re out shredding waves. story by Ravenel Rudd

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Katherine Starkey Allen Stephens Chas Stephenson Carter Thomas Reinaldo Tirado Emily Tobkes


eighth gradeclass of '17 Enak Alfonso Elizabeth Bacon Anna Barger Cody Bergstrom Tea Boos Sarah Braddock John Cacciatore

Kelly Cantelou Zane Chandler-Rogero Emily Clark-Holmes Emma Cleveland Casey Cohen Jamara Collins Abirami Dandapani

SAIL away Since the age of five, Gabo Perez (8) spent his summers on the beaches of Puerto Rico with his family. It was off shore of the sandy beaches, on a rented sailboat with his father that Gabo realized his love of sailing. “The first time I sailed was on a hobby cat with my dad. After that, I really liked it,” said Gabo. To hone his skills, Gabo attended the Nautical Club of San Juan up to five times a year for one to two weeks at a time. Located at the end of the San Antonio Channel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the club was established in 1930 by a group of residents to promote nautical sports.

“Working together and having a good bond with your partner is a key aspect of being successful while sailing.” - Gabo Perez (8) To Gabo, the club, which allowed kids from ages six through seventeen, was more then just a place to improve his sailing skills. “The club to me is like a family. You may be looking out for seven year olds just starting out while there are [older] 17 year olds looking out for you, “ said Gabo. “I usually go for a week or two weeks during the summer. For every week you train in your type of boat for a regatta (boat race) on Friday, the last day. I train in the club 420 boats with my partner, Augustus,” said Gabo. Gabo has learned many valuable lessons from his sailing experiences. “Working together and having a good bond with your partner is a key aspect of being successful while sailing,” said Gabo. Although it takes a lot of skill and motivation, Gabo says that sailing is not as scary as people may think. story by Remy Rudd

Talia Douglas Adriana Dudley Darby Dummer Austin Dunlop Connor Dunne Zachary Elmaghraby

Kenzie Farrish Michael Ferrara Samantha Folio Emily Gallini Giana Gayles Bryce Gerhart Mercedes Girard

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Anna Darwish Ajay Das Kelly Davis


Lela Gunderson Thomas Guyton Cindy Hall Eric Jaffe Nicole Janders Harvey Jenkins Matey Jenkins

Egan Kattenberg Trevor Kattenberg Evan Killion Savannah Kutryb Peter Laser Claire Layton Hannah Lee

Jodie Lookenbill Gisela Martinez Abigail McHenry Hunter McKee Cassidy McNair Sean Mikuen Leena Milo

Michael Mireles John Moon Joshua Morris Kyle Nelson Alexandra Obermaier Hunter Olinde Gabriel Perez-Alvarez

Zoe Perkins Jacquel Perry Jamie Perry Wyatt Poole Henry Quigley Ian Rich Isabella Riffe

Adam Roach Emilio Roig Jordan Romero Stevye Rose Charity Selby Sara Shamlin Vishaun Shiwmangal

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Giselle Spicer Matthew Stein Lauren Stevens Enya Torsney Kendall Vaught Bryce-Austin Wahy Natalia Walcott


FRESHMANclass of '16 Hunter Altman Alycia Araj Ryan Bastien Mason Baughan Laura Bell Noah Benjamin

Richard Berthiaume Brandon Boyd William Boydstun Taya Britten Julianna Cally Gianluca Campanini

Reuben Carmona Phillip Carter

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Christian Castellon Nikolai Chenet

29% GATORADE Stacey Torkelson (9)

Daniel Cronin Kristian Del Rosario

24% WATER

Drew DeSalvo Emily Dixon

Barrett Hess (9)

24% DIET SODA Amber Galliani (9)

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8 % JUICE Olivia Pitten (9)

TEA

Matt Miller (9)

15%

Dana Dziadul Bilal Farooqui

Kevin Fee Robert Filliger


Andre Fornes-Neuharth Ariana Fornes-Neuharth Sidney Foster Alexandra Fuentes Margaret Funk Amber Galliani

Justin Ganiban Sunil Ghosal McKenna Greene Alicia Hackett Joshua Harden Yu (Heather) He

Alex Hernandez-Pryszlak Barrett Hess

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YOU BEEN AT HT? Zoha Irfan Tess Irons

THREE-FIVE 34% Zoha Irfan (9)

Katherine Jara Sebbar Jens

24% TEN+

Maggie Funk (9)

Mitchell Kara Alexander Keel

19% ONE

14% TWO

Hunter Morris (9)

SIX-EIGHT Kristian Del Rosario (9)

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FRESHMANclass of '16 Venetia Lush Michael Lynch Taylor McHollan Natalie Mercaldo Jacob Mickevicius Matthew Miller Stuti Mishra

Joshua Moisand Emily Morgan Hunter Morris Alyssa Morrison Mojoreoluwa Oni Mojoyeoluwa Oni Pavlos Pavlakos

Marco Pena SeanPaul Perry Olivia Pitten

Alisha Pound Brian Putnam Matthew Rahmes

James Hunter Rauhofer Marissa Robertson Maxwell Rossi

Chase Ryland Victoria Salmon Mason Sands

Sydney Sergis Isabel Sims Jarod Smith

Matthew Starkey Maria Stephens Alexa Szachacz

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Sean Taylor Lucinda Thomas Stacey Torkelson Nicolas Underhill Maria Van Allen Hailey Vice Katie Voepel

Asha Walker Emma Walker Baylee Whitley Noel Whitlock Audrey Wilson John Winslow

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PICTURE perfect Taya Britten (9) developed a passion for fashion over the last few years. Two years ago she was shopping at one of her favorite stores, Downtown Divas in Melbourne when the owner asked her if she wanted to walk in their upcoming fashion show at the Crown Plaza. “I was trying on everything in the store and the owner thought I would look good in all the clothes they were using at the show, so she asked me if I wanted to do it,” said Taya.

“I think it would be really fun to get dressed up and have people do my hair and crazy makeup” - Taya Britten (9)

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Ever since that first fashion show, Taya developed a stronger interest in fashion and modeling. She keeps up with the latest trends and goes to Downtown Divas on most Saturdays to see their new selections. Taya planned to model in upcoming local fashion shows and hoped to pursue a career in the fashion industry after graduating. “My ultimate goal is to become a model. I think it would be really fun to get dressed up and have people do my hair and crazy makeup for photo shoots,” said Taya. story by Kendall Kara

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sophomoreSclass of '15 Sami Abu Al-Maati Sara Ashley Cheyenne Badgett Kiara Barrett Nicholas Belsten Victoria Black

Nathaniel Bohbot Anush Bostanjian Suzannah Boyle Jay Brown J'V'On Butler Andrew Cacciatore

Alexis Chamoun Chass Charroux

MCDONALD'S OR

CHICK-FIL-A? Jana Collins Zoe Coman

mcdonalds Faith Valenti (10)

21% Matthew Durso Kathryn Elstun

Lauren Folio Rachel Forman

79% chick-fil-a Kate Elstun (10)

Payton Frost Zachary Funk

Anna Fusco Julian Gardner

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Kalee Gaskin Kyle Gibbs Krystina Glasner Paige Golson Chuanpu (Jason) Gong Gabriella Guyton Brandon Halbert (not pictured)

Mason Haley Meredith Haley Brett Hausman Nathaniel Hermann Caroline Hicks Jennifer Hicks

John Hurley Amy Jameson

CATS OR

DOGS? Joanna Jara Yiwen (Evan) Jing

77% Dogs Grafton Page (10)

Gabrielle Jones William Karika

Grafton Page (10)

McKenzie Kilborne Denis Koksal-Rivet

Milan Lanier Jocelyn Lee

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Cats 23%

Natalie Rolls (10)

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Qingjia (Jolyn) Li Erin Magee

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sophomoresclass of '15 Chelsea McManus Juan Andres Melendez Katherine Merlin Anthony Morelli Megan Murphy Andrea Narushinsky Alyssa Nelson

Eric Oleen Nicholas Olinde Kelly O`Neil Grafton Page Anthony Palmer Vanessa Paniccia Bennett Perry

Briana Plasencia Ramzey Qablawi Zachary Rahner Aamir Rashid

James Reinman Evan Ristow Natalie Rolls Stephan Rotolante

Ravenel Rudd Remy Rudd Sommer Rush Jennifer Ryan

Summer Rydson Emma Rylander Paul Sapourn Matthew Scott

Joshua Seraballs Demetrius Shaw Ross Shipley Kaley Stirtzinger

Jian (Julian) Tang Anselm Teather Danielle Thomas Faith Valenti

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Lindsay Vaught McKenna Ville Morgan Walker Keoni O`Che Wallington Lindsey Webb Daniel Welch Kayla Whitlock

Reece Winkler Julie Wollrath Samuel Woods Jingyi (Adele) Yang Victoria Zeger Ava Zisman Mengfu (Frank) Zou

GOODheights Amy Jameson (10) started pole vaulting a year ago because there was an open spot on the track team and had always wanted to try it. “I really love pole-vaulting. I have an amazing coach who helps me improve and reach my goals. Pole-vaulting also allows me to challenge myself. It is really rewarding to make new personal records and make new goals,” said Amy. Amy practiced three days a week for two hours in addition to weight lifting. “At first it looked easy, but it turned out to be so much harder than I thought,” said Amy.

“After each jump I feel a rush of adrenaline and a sense of accomplishment. It's incredible.” - Amy Jameson (10)

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However, Amy’s hard work paid off and earned her the title of District Champion. “When I pole vault there is a lot of mental and physical preparation that goes into every jump.” Before pole-vaulting Amy made sure her feet are exactly lined up at the mark and that her grip is perfect. Before she begins to sprint down the run way she takes a deep breath and remembers the corrections that her coach gave her. She runs then plants her pole into the box and remembers her coaches’ words of "head left" and "swing!" “After each jump I feel a rush of adrenaline and a sense of accomplishment. It's incredible," said Amy. story by Anna Fusco

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JUNIORSclass of '14 Brent Allard Matthew Allison Shunxin (Star) Ao John Bacon Charles Barger Marcus Barham

John Bohne Andrea Bomalaski Alex Bouie (not pictured) Kaleigh Brammer Jacob Burns Rachel Cantelou Li (Lily) Chen Hojoon (Joon) Choi

Victoria Clark Joya Collins

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Chelsea Pruitt (11)

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Evan Enders Sydney Farrish

27% FACEBOOK Kimberly Fiore Kailey Fischer

James Lovett (11)

18% twitter Austin Riffe (11)

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Isaac Furtney Daryth Gayles

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Gabrielle Gayles Lily Goodlive Sophia Goodlive Isabella Greenspoon Siyi (fiona) Guo Garrett Heinlen

Mackenzie Hennis Katherine Hess Anastasia Hirsch Jace Hogan Kendall Kara Alexandra Knodel

Lydia Kucera Edward Leary

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Mary Lewis Tyler Long

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James Lovett Xiqing (Sunny) Lu

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Benjamin McManus David Melito

Alexander Miller Megan Moisand

Jacob Burns (11)

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JUNIORSclass of '14 Robert Morgan Zaid Mujeeb Phoebe Nimocks Cameron Osman Daniel O`Brien Claire Patton Devon Pishalski

Chelsea Pruitt Weijie (justin) Qiu Alexandra Radke Joseph Rain Joshua Rain Ahsan Rashid Austin Riffe

Krista Robertson Isabela Rovira Megan Rydson

Dylan Ryland Jessica Schreader Catherine Sergis

Crystal Severance Hannah Shuman Camille Sims

Jillian Sinclair Spencer Sperando Nickolas Stanley

Aliyah Stephens Chandler Sutherland Sydney Sutherland

Kerry Sweeney Matthew Thomas Georgina Tiarks

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Zachary Ullian Joshua Unum Hector Vazquez Trawick Ville Bradley Weiss Taylor Wilson

George Winsten Zhenqin (Charles) Yuan Jingfeng Zeng Qinyu (Jill) Zhang Zechuan (Kent) Zhang Morgan Zuchowski

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LIQUIDinfluence In the pool or out Taylor Wilson (11) can't get enough water. Swimming since age five her passion has led her to be a lead swimmer and key component to girls swim team. However that’s not enough, the love Taylor has for swimming has come to more then just practice six days a week. In addition to her own practices Taylor coaches and teaches young children ranging from ages three-twelve the development of swimming. Her passion for being in water shows just how motivated she is

“I want there to be something I'm the best at and for me that’s just naturally swimming.” - Taylor Wilson (11)

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and exactly how much she strives to be the best. “I want there to be something I'm the best at and for me that’s just naturally swimming,” said Taylor, Taylor's coach offered her the job after seeing just this in her as she continuously improved her skills throughout her multiple seasons. story by Allen Britten

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seniorsclass of '13 Gabriela Aguilo-Seara Ryan Allison McKenzie Altman Andrew Baez Yuyan (Evelyn) Bao Adam Baugher James Befanis

Megan Bernier Patrick Black Dolan Bortner Michael Boyle Allen Britten Alexander Brown Julie Brown

Marques Burgman Michael Cacciatore Anthony Cally Isabel Carmona Sean Carroll Cheng Chang Alyssa Chapman

Munashe Chinyanganya Brandon Collins Dylon Collins Ryan Collins Joseph Cronin Taylor Crook Tanner Crouch

Christina Darwish Erica Diamond Mackenzie Dummer Abigail Easterday Tyler Espling Lauren Ferrara Brian Fieldson

Robert Forman Peter Fuentes (not pictured) Conner Frost William Gibson Victoria Glaubitz John Gomez Nicholas Hamer Danielle Hennessy-Wack

Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak Savannah Hicks Jenna Hindsley Emily Jameson Alexis Joseph Tristan Kattenberg Madeline Kissell

Kaleigh Leeney Logan Lenhard Breanna Lewis Yu (Lily) Li Shuhan (Beryl) Li Jessica Lynch Huixin (Nina) Ma

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Karina Mann Megan McCreery Jack McGee (not pictured) Ryan McKeone Micah Morgan Rachel Motro Sumayya Mujeeb Julia Neutze

Casey Nierenberg Jack Olinde Cole Oliver Veronica Paniccia Jose Pazmino Kathryn Pentz Idanis Perez-Alvarez

Lauren Petrosky Brooke Preston Calvin Quigley Victor Rahner Neil Robinson Priscilla Rodriguez Sophie Rousseau

Vashti Shiwmangal Corey Smith Coleman Sperando Krista Staefe Stanislav Stafford Gustaf Stangel Reid Stockett

Christopher Suchoski Christian Teather Alexander Theodotou Joseph Torkelson Neil Van Allen Matthew Vickers Brianna-Rose Wahy

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moment for anything. -Sophie Rousseau

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Stepping back onto the softball field after two years of being injured. -Ally Neutze

Being able to say that I've had the same friends throughout kindergarten, elementary school, junior high, and high school. -James Befanis

Helping my bro Joe Torkelson on his quest to become Mr. Tiger. -Alex Theodotu

Winning Districts for soccer my senior year and senior year in general, best one by far. -Tori Glaubitz

Laughing every single day with Natalia Hernandez about absolutely nothing. . -Brooke Preston

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Hanging with the softball team during my senior year. Having a blast with the team before during and after our games. -Lauren Ferarra

Everything fun from Mr. Herntier's Physics class, especially the vomitron. -Abby Easterday

Going into Newspaper 3 out of the 5 days in the school week and sharing stories. -Munashe Chinyanganya

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Every 4th period physics class with Mr. Hentier -Jose Pazmino

Winning 3 state championships -Tristan Kattenberg

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-Joe Torkelson

Finally seeing Mr. Herntier's can trick. -Andrew Win

Messing with just about every volleyball player in the county with my boys in the Ambush. -Chris Suchoski

Basketball Senior Night this year -Jack Olinde

Cheering at the football and basketball games with the Varsity team -Lauren Petrosky

The trip to Spain and-KatyFrance Pentz

Stroking the fire pig before the AP Biology exam -Megan Bernier

All the amazing new friends that I hope I'll have forever...

Spirit week and winning Mr. Tiger.

I loved when we had a go to Disney with all the Chinese Students and show them around. -Ruby Watts

Talent show and Homecoming dance. -Lily Li

Everyone walking into Mr. Chiarella's 9th Grade Honors Bio class with petrified facial expressions. -Vashti Shwimangal

Beating the runner from Brevard Heat in Cross Country Districts by less than a second and sweeping districts in my first varsity race. -Michael Cacciatore

I would probably have to go with all of the jokes from AP Bio (especially the hair jokes) and all of the crazy thing I did with my volleyball teams before matches. I also had a lot of fun painting myself like a tiger with my friends before football games. -Gabriella Aguilo-Seara

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that all the laptops been full of great memories, promised would work. We got to the but the one that stands out website we were going to use most is when Mr. Lindner and it the computers did not rapped with Doug Dial for Mr. run Java. I remind Mr. Herntier Tiger. . about this every time I get the -Tanner Crouch Katy and I snuck into chance.

Regional finals for varsity soccer -Peter Fuentes

The dancing mancini -Krista Staefe

Playing on the golf team with my best friends and my brother. -Ryan Allison

Lacrosse Vision Quest 2013 -Sean Carroll

Meeting my best friend in seventh grade. She has been my greatest confidante ever since. -Patrick Black

When Tyler espling fell in the lake during freshman biology -Emily Jameson

Going to the Ambush games

contributing to a cross country state title in 2010, when we weren't expecting we'd get it, and also placing 10th at that state race for a medal. -Mackenzie Dummer

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winning powderpuff -Maddy Kissell

Theres too many! I cant decide! -Sumayya Mujeeb

When James hit this lady's car in the parking lot while she was driving to car line -Erica Diamond and all the guys were freaking out. Beating MCC Dissecting a pelican -McKenzie Altman Distr and frog traps in field Everyday in Latin. -Idanis eco -Izzy Carmona

the Europe trips I took in 10th and 11th grade. For all who were there, Prague at night was an experience we will never forget.

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taking AP world history. That whole class was... there are no words. -PJ Rodriguez

Anything Dolan Bortner and I ever did is my favorite memory. We are ridiculous. -Neil Van Allen

Winning sta Winning the Cross Country Team State Championship.-Marques

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Coordinating the National Art Honor Society's Very Special Arts Festival booth and having the opportunity to work at the booth the entire day. It was such a rewarding experience and the children and volunteers at the VSA are great people and I enjoyed being able to spend time with and work with them. Watchin -Veronica Paniccia wrestle in an i

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the tech booth to get a sneak peek at the pep rally dance. We wanted to get a closer look, but when I turned around to walk to the other window, the drama teacher was standing right in front of us. We were caught, and our excuse was that we were trying to find the bathroom.

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GABRIELA AGUILO-SEARA "Elegance is not the prerogative of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who possess their future." - Coco Chanel

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don’t think that when I started my Holy Trinity journey in seventh grade I really understood how big of an impact this school would have on my life. My mom clearly did because she put me on the waiting list when I was four years old, and the upper school wasn’t even complete. Over the last six years, Holy Trinity has been a home away from home. Here, I have been allowed to grow into myself. All of my teachers have truly helped to shape and develop my character, and for that, I will be forever grateful. To Mr. Chiarella, I cannot thank you enough for putting up with all of my shenanigans. I don’t think I can count the number of lessons you have taught me about proofreading

lab reports or organization and pretty much everything else. To Mrs. Rouse, thank you so much for turning one of my biggest weaknesses into a great strength. If it were not for both of you, I would not have learned how to study or recognize the difference between knowing and really understanding the meaning. To Mrs. Rodby, thank you for helping to develop my creative side which will play a huge role in my future. The past six years here have also given me opportunities to make new friends and grow closer to old ones. Now as I look towards my future, I do so with the lifelong friendships, memories, and principles that Holy Trinity did so much to develop.

RYAN ALLISON "There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure." -Colin Powell

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ELLLH! Golf has been one of the highlights of my career at Holy Trinity. I will always remember playing on the golf team with Matt, Casey, Trey, Kerry, and Tanner. I have loved it so much I am going to play collegiate golf. The great teaching staff has also been one of my favorite memories. BC Calc with Mrs. Rouse calling us "children", Mr. Herntier with his insane magic tricks, Mr. Lindner always referring to me as "Allison", Mr. Pishalski and his legendary jokes, Coach Biggs with "dingle", Coach Butler with college advice and finally the occasional uplifting shoulder punch by Mr. Lovelace. Teachers at Holy Trinity have helped inspire and shape me as person. My peers have also been a major factor in my Holy Trinity school career. The Class of 2013 has a bright future ahead of them. My great friends Chris, Casey, James, and Tanner will always be my friends forever. Mrs. Nierenberg my second dad. The greatest influence of my high school career, however, has been my family. Matthew, even though you frustrate me at

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times, I enjoy every adventure we go through and I would not want any other type of brother. Mom and Dad, thank you for all the things you do for me. I love both of you and I hope I will be like you when I am older. You guys will always be my backbone and I will never ever forget all the sacrifices and things you have done for me.


McKENZIE ALTMAN "A good time to laugh is any time you can." - Linda Ellerbee

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alking into Holy Trinity on my first day of high school and my first time at a new school I had no idea what to expect. Little did I know that I would meet an amazing group of lifelong friends and make lasting memories. I can't imagine these past four years to have been any more perfect. Thanks to Mrs. Kelce, I learned that science is actually pretty cool, and thanks to Ms. Williams I realized that I'm not bad at English. Running for Coach Butler, I learned that I have a love for track, that hard work pays off, and that "you pass out before you die." Of course I will never forget all the obnoxious and crazy times I have had with my best friend, Mackenzie Dummer.

From vinegar bombs, kayaking, paging, bike adventures, dance sessions, and relaxing together I learned that we can have a fun time doing just about anything. I will miss painting before football games with Mackenzie, Idi, Emily, Gabi, Savannah, Maddy, and Megan, going to the gym and on sketchy adventures with Emily, and of course being able to spend time with Nick. I would not have been able to achieve all I have without the love and support of my family, so thank you all! I am truly grateful for each person at Holy Trinity (yes, even you!) Because you all have made my high school years the best of my life!

ANDREW BAEZ "We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give." - Lee Brice began at HT in ninth grade and am excited Ifrom to be moving on with my life. I came to HT a small private school with kids I had

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been classmates with since kindergarten. Holy Trinity was very different but I have enjoyed meeting new kids and playing soccer for Squirty. I want to thank all of my teachers for the good education I received and my family for all they have done for me. Thanks HT for the experiences and memories that I will never forget.

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YUYAN (EVELYN) BAO "Knowledge is Power." - Francis Bacon

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y life is a movie, but without ending. I like travelling. I loved the blue and liquid sea, and shiny and soft beach. I always thought only the sea and beach could give me this feeling. Last summer, I decided to go to America to start a new life. I felt that I was starting to experience a totally different lifestyle. Fortunately, I had really nice host parents whom were even like my real parents. I lived in a big house with two cute dogs. I had a beautiful bedroom. My roommate was a smart and cute girl. In the school, I made a lot of

ADAM BAUGHER "Take the time to do it right cause you may not get the time to do it over." - Drake

he last six years at Holy T Trinity have been amazing. I never thought it would go by

this quick, and honestly I'm shocked. I never realized how much I liked the school until my senior year and its going to be hard leaving a school like this. All of the faculty are really

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amazing people and I'm glad I had them with me throughout high school. I want to thank all my friends and family for supporting me for the past six years, especially my mom and dad. Finally I would like to wish the best of luck to the class of 2013!

friends, they were funny and friendly. We celebrated my 18th birthday together, we went to homecoming together, and we traveled together. To the people who asked me what I had learned during in the time when I lived in America, I always told them the most important things are not spoken English or academic accomplishment. For me, the ability to live anywhere by myself and an optimistic attitude are the most important things. I want to try any possible thing in my life whether it is surprise or sadness.


JAMES BEFANIS "A smile is a curve that sets everything straight." - Phyllis Diller

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’ve spent 14 years of my life attending Holy Trinity. I have so many good memories of swimming and playing baseball and basketball. It’s been a long and hard journey from being one of Mrs. Coe’s cubs in K-4, to barely passing Mr. Chiarella’s Biology and becoming a senior. I’m glad to say that I am proud that I am a Lifer. Graduating is a big deal and a scary situation. However, I feel that my experiences at Holy Trinity have prepared me for life’s many challenges. I can honestly say that I’ve never had a bad teacher. They have all taught me well and have prepared me for college, and for that I thank you. The biggest thing I learned

at Holy Trinity was to always be myself. My favorite thing to do is to make people laugh, and I definitely had the opportunity to do that at HT. I love the fact that you can be who you are. I’ve been dreading the day I’d have to write this autobiography. In fact, it’s probably the only one I’ll ever write unless I become famous, in which case I would hire a writer. I will miss Holy Trinity, but I will leave satisfied with the person I have become. In the end, I thank my sister for being my best friend, my dad for teaching me responsibility, my mom for teaching me compassion and to live life to the fullest, and God for the talents he has given me.

MEGAN BERNIER “There are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human spirit, no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect.” -Ronald Reagan whom I could always rely. Thank you Christina, Jenna, and Sumi for also being great friends and my partners in AP Biology - I would not have lasted without you! Katy, we had great times together in French, getting by on mere ‘Franglish’ and walking down the hall with Erica as a class in AP. Thanks as well to all of my other friends whom the word limit has forced me to exclude (sorry). You all mean so much to me and have made my time here unforgettable. The teachers from whom I have learned are exceptional and I am grateful to them all for teaching and inspiring me.

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y name is Megan Bernier and I was born in Alabama in 1994. I started attending Holy Trinity in the seventh grade. I have truly enjoyed the six years I have spent here and I am excited for the future. I must thank my family for always supporting me. My mother and father have surrounded me with love and encouragement. Their guidance has kept me grounded. My sister, Jenna, and brother, Alex, have been and will always be my best friends. I will never forget all of the great times I had in high school and the people I met along the way. Thank you, Erica, for being a great friend on

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PATRICK BLACK "You can't depend on your judgement when your imagination is out of focus." - Mark Twain

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ow, it is hard to believe I am already a senior. Boy, do the years fly by. I still remember my very first day (seven years ago) at the Lower School and feeling as nervous as ever. But luckily, I had a class full of amazing people who I am still friends with today. This set me on the path that has lead me to where I am now. Since then, I have met more people, made new friends and had many teachers, but I realized something. Although Holy Trinity has taught me a lot, it is the people that make it unique. And it is its uniqueness that has kept me here at HT. While the feeling of coming to the end of high school and heading into

DOLAN BORTNER "You don't have to be a giant to be strong, tall, and proud. [Just] be...someone people look up to." -Douglas Richards

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began attending school at Holy Trinity in seventh grade; an introverted twelve year old boy with a shrill prepubescent voice, I found it at first rather difficult to make friends. In all honesty, I feel that were it not for the nurturing environment that is Holy Trinity and the loving care of faculty, staff, and friends (both past and present), I would be speaking to you now as the same meek boy who stepped onto this campus in 2007 (albeit with perhaps a deeper voice). As I sit down to type this message, still brimming with the excitement of a successful race in the pool, memories flash through my mind as tennis balls erupting from Mr. Herntier's Brenda cannon: the words

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(kind and not so kind) said between peers, the laughter of friends, the tears cried, and the warmth of a crush's glance. Borrowing from Frank Sinatra: yes, "regrets, I've had a few," but for brevity's sake, I implore you, fellow student, to live life truly to yourself, for you are the one most directly affected by the choices you make. If you can learn this virtue soon, "all others will be given unto thee." And, so it seems, I have put the final brush stroke upon the canvas of my high school career, but life is a mixed media and there is yet work to be done. In the words of Douglas Richards, "always keep your goodness and never lose your love." God bless you all.

the real world is awesome, I still can't help but feel sad for having to leave behind all my friends and experiences. The boys soccer team and all the shenanigans we got into, The Growl staff and all the hard work we put into the paper, and my friends, who all helped me become who I am. I am going to miss it all. If I were to start all over again, I still would choose Holy Trinity because I can't imagine what my life would've been like without it. So, to all my friends out there and especially to all the seniors I ask you this: if you could change your mind and start all over again, would you?


MICHAEL BOYLE "And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln

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lthough I have only been a part of the HT community for two years, I have never felt so at home in my life. Ever since transferring I have felt extremely welcomed and have appreciated every aspect of the school. I was able to continue a football career that I started from the age of four playing flag at the West Melbourne city league. I have made friendships that will last long past the high school days, and also learned many life lessons such as how things aren’t just given to you, but earned through hard work. I was also able to fall in love with lacrosse which I never would

have played if I were at any other school. But looking past the sports I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to have such a great place to learn and such intelligent teachers to learn from. Through these teachings I have matured not only academically but spiritually as well. I would like to thank coach Biggs for always being there to look out for me and being the great role model that he is. I would also like to thank my mom who has sacrificed far more then I will ever know to give me every opportunity to become the young man I am today.

ALLEN BRITTEN "It's high school, what about it?" - Allen Britten

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the track team. Thank you to Coach Butler and my family for making this an experience.

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ALEX BROWN "To the man who only has a hammer, everything he encounters begins to look like a nail." - Abraham Maslow

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arrived at Holy Trinity directly after moving to Florida, and I knew no one. I was welcomed and quickly embraced by the loving students and faculty at the school. Thank you all for my experience throughout the last few years. Additionally, running has been a massive factor of the past six years, and I am extremely thankful that I stumbled onto the community at my arrival. Embrace the opportunities presented to you here, I am glad they were given to me.

JULIE BROWN "I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure don't deserve me at my best." - Marilyn Monroe

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y life here started fourteen years ago, on my first day of PreKindergarten. Call me a "lifer." I can remember the day I lost my first tooth during school, making volcanoes out of baking soda in Kindergarten, and dressing up for Biography Day. I remember how big the Upper School seemed on the first day of 7th grade - now it seems so small. Spending my entire life here at Holy Trinity has had so many benefits. I have grown academically and matured during

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my years here. I have been driven to become the person I am today, ready to go outside of the Holy Trinity bubble and experience everything the world has to offer. I want to thank all my teachers, both at the Upper and Lower Schools, for pushing me to do my best in everything I do. I have made so many memories with incredible friends, which will not be forgotten. My experience here has been one of a kind, one that I will cherish for the rest of my life.


MARQUES BURGMAN "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." - John Dilbeck

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oming to Holy Trinity has been one of the greatest experiences of my life. For five short years I've been surrounded by people who wanted nothing but the best for me. I greatly appreciate everything everyone has done for me. I especially want to thank Mrs. Craig for accepting me into Holy Trinity, all of the wonderful ladies in the office, my teachers, Coach butler for always believing in me, Coach Henderson for always feeding me at basketball games even though he said I was lazy at times, Coach Ainsley for helping me better myself in both athletics and life by teaching me the ability to stay strong during adversity, and most importantly Coach Biggs for being a great cousin and for always having my back. The one message I want to leave to all the underclassmen is time flies take advantage of every opportunity Holy Trinity has to offer.

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MICHAEL CACCIATORE “Everything I know now...the pitfalls, the highs and lows, everything...it taught me and made me stronger.” - Ray Allen I have many fond memories of my time at Holy Trinity beginning at the Lower School. One such special memory includes winning the Charles B. Thomas Scholarship Award. Some of my favorite classes were American History with Mrs. Cotton and math with Mrs. Fletcher. It was my Lower School teachers who prepared me for the classes that I would eventually take at the Upper School. However, my best memories were at the Upper School. I remember being one of two junior high kids going to the basketball workouts. Also, I will never forget running sixteen “Tigers” at 6 AM on the Varsity Basketball team. I would like to thank Coach Henderson and Coach Luhn for everything they

ANTHONY CALLY “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” - George Bernard Shaw

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want to start off by thanking HT for making my final two years of high school memorable. I want to thank my friends and teachers for all the support they gave me throughout the years. I also want to thank my Mom and Dad for their endless support and love, and always having my best interest at heart. Last but not least, I want to wish my little sister the best of luck progressing though the remainder of high school. Enjoy your time because it's over before it even starts. Also, good luck driving with the old man to school next year. You're going to miss our rides as much as I will.

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have done and all the time they spent working with me. They helped mold me into the man I am and made me the competitive hard worker that I am today. I will never forget taking Biology Honors with Mr. Chiarella, thinking it was the hardest class in the world, then taking AP Bio and realizing I was completely wrong. I would especially like to thank Mr. Chiarella, Mr. Lovelace, Mrs. Rouse, and Mr. Herntier for pushing me in the classroom. This year I decided to run cross country to help me train for Track. My Track accomplishments would not be possible without Coach Butler, who helped me meet my goals. I hope that when my senior year ends that I will have met all my goals.


IZZY CARMONA "Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing." - Muhammad Ali

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came to Holy Trinity my junior year after transferring from Titusville High and I immediately missed my old school. After a while, Holy Trinity ended up being the place where I would make some of the best friends I have ever met; AKA Morgan Zuchowski and Chandler Sutherland. I wouldn’t have made it through my first, and last years without you two. I believe that my parents made one of the best decisions by sending me here. Holy Trinity has

definitely taught me lessons that I'll be glad I learned when I leave home. Thank you Mom and Dad for never leaving my side, I could not ask for better parents. To Reuben: you're the best - keep HT real next year.

SEAN CARROLL "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." - Winston Churchill

to be more outgoing, so I joined Drama the following year. Three years later at the State Thespian Festival, I was glad I did. I learned I needed to be serious about my studies, which is how I was able to make it through all those years of tough classes, preparing myself for college (thank you to all my teachers!). I needed to work on my language skills, so I took Latin the following year (Haha!). I needed to maneuver through the halls faster and better, so I joined lacrosse and cross country. I learned a lot that day. Looking back as a senior, I wouldn’t change a minute of the past six years at Holy Trinity.

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llow me to tell you about my first day in seventh grade, and how it shaped my high school career: I was new to the school, and I was waiting around by my locker in the junior high building before the bell, feeling a bit shy and very nervous. The bell rang, and I began my trek to my first class in the high school building, where everyone was about 30 feet tall (at least, that’s how I remember it), and blocked the entire hall. I remember asking someone to please move so I could get by, but it came out as a squeak of fear. Needless to say, my first day was a little rough, but I learned what I would need to make it through high school. I needed

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CHENG CHANG "If Momma ain't happy, nobody's happy." - Ian Summers

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have attended HT for a long time, since I was in 11th grade. I just want to say, I am so lucky to study at HT. I was homesick at first. When I was on the airplane to the USA, I wanted to change my mind. It is just so hard to leave your homeland and go to study in another country. But after 15 hours flying trip, I got through it. Florida is a beautiful place that has nice weather, people, and cities. After two weeks, I did not want to go back to China. During my school years, I got to know many people in HT. They are really cool. Almost all of HT students are friendly.

ALYSSA CHAPMAN "The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a persons determination." - Tommy Lasorda

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get to know me as a person and whose guidance will help me make the right life decisions as I get older. A special thanks to Ms. Duguid for showing me how to have passion for history and to Mr. Herntier for giving me the same passion for physics. I will always look back at my time at HTA with happy and wonderful memories of everyone. Remember to embrace life and keep dancing.

You guys showed me a lot of American culture. Okay, some of them might be little bit weird. Besides school I became acquainted with an amazing family, the Hamer's. You can never know how good they are, until you live with them. So, go live with Hamer's family, and you won't be unhappy. If you do, call this phone number 1-598-677-8301 (China). Nick is an awesome host brother. Hope you have a great day! Again, it was so lucky for me to come to HT for high school. These two years were best high year ever!


MUNASHE CHINYANGANYA "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." - Henry David Thoreau

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remember two years ago when my mom told me she was enrolling me into Holy Trinity. I was nervous and excited all at the same time. I knew no one and was not sure what to expect. Touring the school with Mrs. Craig helped calm my nerves. She was so sweet and made me feel welcome. I can honestly say coming to Holy Trinity was one of the best decisions I ever made. My teachers helped me every step of the way to achieve my goals. I have

made friendships here that will last a lifetime. I am so thankful for all the basketball memories. I am truly blessed to have been surrounded by people who love and care about me. HTEA has prepared me for the future and for that I am forever grateful. I thank my mom for giving me the best education possible. I cannot wait to see what is in store for my life. I will always cherish my days at Holy Trinity. Thank you so much. IT'S BEEN REAL!

BRANDON COLLINS "You can always retake a test but you can never relive a PARTY!" - Drew Navikas have enjoyed all of it. My journey has not been without turbulence; there have been some rough patches, but I have overcome them and gotten back on my intended path, even with a friendly push back on course. My brothers Dylon and Ryan have helped me with my years at HT, and I thank them for that. Ms. Tillman has always been there with a friendly hello and I’ve enjoyed the casual “candy raid”. Mrs. B, “My Mamaw”, has guided me to be a well-rounded individual, giving words of encouragement when needed. Finally, I would like to give the biggest Thank You to Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Craig, and Mr. Mancini. You were an inspiration to me. These years at HT have been great!

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ow do you begin to write about a legend, a true example of greatness? It all started when I stepped onto the grounds of this great establishment known as Holy Trinity. As a young freshman, I was scared and intimidated by the one and only hallway and “welcome committee” that greeted me everyday. But they soon began to grow on me and I embraced them and conquered my fear. I soon rose to be the person I am, a fellow student, a lover of sciences, an example of the perfect scholar. I have met many people while on my journey through Holy Trinity, and I would like to thank them for all they’ve done. Ranging from the front office to the classroom and from the football field to the gym, I

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DYLON COLLINS "Live for today, plan for tomorrow and party tonight." - Drake

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ntering Holy Trinity as a freshman, I was scared to death. Now I’m entering my senior and I’m scared to death. The first time I made it through with only minor wounds and only a few “dumb freshmen” moments. My senior year I’m pushing through and I hope to get through with only a few tardies and Mr. Mancini visits. The 4 years I have been at HT have been great and I am honored to be calling Holy Trinity my alma mater. This is a great community that has been there to honor me when I’ve succeeded and been there to pick me up when I’ve fallen. My entire journey at HT is not one meant to be told in 250 words or less, but

RYAN COLLINS "If you obey all the rules you miss all the fun." - Unknown

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et us Grace and remember the past four years at Holy Trinity. They were ones of good moments and of bad. Freshman year was one of transition from the public setting to the private. Upon first arriving at Holy Trinity, I was amazed at the simplicity and ease of my wardrobe choice and found easy ways to express my individuality by going with the “Un-tucked” look. During my time at HT I’ve seen friends come and go, but I've always had my brothers by my side. We’ve always had each other for the good times, enjoyed them while they lasted, and had each other to fall on when times were tough. Even if we go our separate ways in college, I hope we can still

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come together and create more unforgettable times with one another, while still remembering those we had in high school. Holy Trinity and the friends I’ve made here have helped shape me into the individual I am today. I would like to thank all of my teachers, classmates, coaches, and everyone who had an impact on my life. I would like to give a very BIG and special thank you to my Mamaw (Mrs.B), who was always understanding, there with open arms, and would even give me a kick in the rear when needed. You will never be forgotten and will always be my Mamaw. Upon leaving Holy Trinity I only ask that future generations speak of me with ease. JOE MANCINI, You Rock!

one meant to be told as legends that change over time and that’s how it will be told. I want to thank my coaches throughout my four years, Coach Edwards, Ainsley, Biggs, Scotty, Phillips (Squirty), Butler and any coach I’m missing. I want to thank all my teachers for accepting me and giving me a chance. I want to thank everyone in the front office, Ms. Tillman, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Sergis, Mr. Mancini, all the guidance counselors, and especially Mrs. Ford. A heartfelt thank you goes to Mrs. B, my “Mamaw”. Everyone that wants to admit to being friends with me I want to thank them too. Veni Vidi Vici!!


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TAYLOR CROOK "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." - Albert Einstein

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y journey at Holy Trinity all started when I stepped foot onto the Lower School Campus thirteen years ago for my first day of kindergarten. Through the years I have had the privilege of experiencing many memories that have impacted the person I am today. The friends that I have made and everyone that makes Holy Trinity a community have made a lasting impact and will be impossible to forget. My years at Holy Trinity have been long and full of challenges, but I know that I will succeed in the future because of the caring teachers that have guided me to be a better person. I have been blessed to have gone to such an amazing school for all of these years, but I know that I am beginning a new chapter in my life. Thank you to my parents, my friends, and my teachers for all that you have done for me. I would have not made it this far if it wasn't for your support through the years. I know that I will be someone that you can proud of in the future.

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TANNER CROUCH "Everybody wants to be famous, but nobody wants to put the work in..." - Kevin Hart

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ow, what a great fourteen years it has been at Holy Trinity. This school has been a second home for me since I was a four-year-old in the Pink House. I want to thank the fellow classmates, administrators, and teachers that have helped me along this path, but I want to single out a few that have made the greatest impact. First, I want to thank Mr. Mancini for the guidance he has given me over the years. Thankfully, I never got to spend time with him in his office, but he has been a great mentor for me. I also want to thank Mr. Gibson for being a great influence on me during my time here; talking to him on a daily basis

CHRISTINA DARWISH "Everything you give away remains yours, and everything you keep is lost forever." -Shota Rustaveli

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y name is Christina Darwish, and I was born in Atlanta, Georgia on July 9th, 1995. After moving from Russia to Missouri to Maryland, I finally arrived at Holy Trinity in 10th grade. Initially, I was apprehensive to attend because HT was my first private school, but everyone was very welcoming. All the students left their lockers open in case I needed materials, and many even wore my exact outfit so I wouldn’t feel singled out. From that point on, I knew that I was lucky to be spending the last three years of high school among all the wonderful people here. I have truly enjoyed being a member of the HT community and have learned a lot through my experiences. I cannot be more thankful to all of my inspiring

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teachers who have been involved in my learning. I would like to thank my parents and sister for being so supportive of my dreams and for helping me grow into the person I am today. Also, thank you Megan, Erica, and Sumi for putting a smile on my otherwise intense face. Mr. Chiarella, thank you for teaching me all I know about biology, and I promise I will stop using a swab to spread materials on a Petri dish. Finally, thank you to everyone else whom I have not mentioned that made my time at Holy Trinity memorable. I greatly appreciate my experience at HT and hope to take what I have learned to become successful in the future.

was always one of the best parts of my day. I was lucky enough to have Mr. Pishalski twice; I tried to take Math Logic my Senior year but he just wouldn't let me. He is a great math teacher, and Statistics was one of the best classes I took in all of high school. Lastly, I want to thank Mr. Chiarella. It took me years to recognize it, but choosing to take Honors Biology was the best decision I have ever made. The work ethic I learned in his class made me a successful student, and I cannot thank him enough. The experiences and friends I have made here are lifelong, and I will never forget all the great times I have had at HT.


ERICA DIAMOND "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page." -St. Augustine

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hen I entered Holy Trinity in 7th grade, I remember thinking that seniors were enormous. In retrospect, I realize that they weren’t the all-knowing giants they appeared to be. They were, as I am now, young, still learning, and about to embark on a lifelong journey. As I prepare to leave HT, I cannot help but feel nostalgic. School has been extremely hectic at times, but all that stress simply meant that HT was preparing me for my future. I don’t know how to start describing all my memories of HT. There were bowl-making fails in pottery, and having almost every class with my dear friend Megan. I remember soccer with its barefoot practices, bus rides, and bone breaking action. I can’t forget campaigning for bacteria rights with Christina, pranking Micah with Sumi

and "feeding her hair", selling crêpes (crEHps) with Katy, and adventures, sloths, and trash-ball with Micah. I loved those lunch chats with Ally, insisting to Rachel that knitting trumps crocheting (it’s true), and experiencing Dolan’s "fanciful" vocabulary. Quick shoutout to my friend in Québec, William! The Europe trips were unforgettable, especially getting lost for the fourth time in Venice with Dolan. To the entire faculty, I wish I had enough space to thank you individually; your dedication and care have made my experience here amazing. Finally, none of this could have happened without my loving family and supportive parents who allowed me to attend HT, so a huge thanks to them! God bless the class of 2013!

MACKENZIE DUMMER "If we are not supposed to have mid-night snacks, then why is there a light in the fridge?" - Unknown the Perez family bunches of ice cream! I really loved that I could be friends with people among many grades such as Dana and Catie. Running cross country and track for HTA also instilled a driven attitude in me. The sports shaped me as a person, and helped me drive myself harder to succeed. The few things I want to tell myself never to forget include my faith, family, friends, humility, hard work, kindness, and FUN! Shout out to Ms. Duguid and Ms. Gutierrez! My advice to all the underclassmen is to cherish all you can, and listen to your teachers respectfully. College comes fast, and its nice to have others there for you. College here I come! Thank ya' Jesus!

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s soon as I arrived at Holy Trinity, I learned that learning all you can is valued and honored. This school taught me to work hard and to shape my character with Christian values: honesty, sportsmanship, kindness, joy, and loyalty. I'll never forget the powder puff games, dances, crazy spirit days, and outside lunches. HTA allowed me to make life-long friends, too! McKenzie and I will never lose sight of the fun we shared making vinegar bombs, THE PARK, kayaking, biting jelly fish, paging, Shamu and doggies, and the great morals we very much value. I'll also never forget pigging-out with Idi before going to the gym, and having wild sleepovers. I just loved Mrs. Perez's home cooking, and I'm pretty sure I owe

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ABBY EASTERDAY "What we are is God's gift to us. What we become is our gift to God." - Eleanor Powell

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, Abigail Sophia Easterday, was born on August 15, 1995 in Burley, Idaho. Three years later I moved to Fargo, North Dakota and spent eight years there. The summer before my sixth grade year we moved to Melbourne, Florida. At eleven years old, I became a Tiger. I have greatly enjoyed past seven years at Holy Trinity. I have learned many things and made countless memories I will remember forever. I would like to thank everyone that has

TYLER ESPLING "Thinking is...self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can't try to do things, you simply must do things." - Ray Bradbury

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've had a good time at Holy Trinity. Between the fun and interesting teachers, friendly student body, and helpful staff, I can say it was a positive experience I can look back on without regret. I believe I made the most of this opportunity by meeting new people, playing sports, and making good grades. Now I'm ready and excited for the future and confident that I will make the best and most of it.

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made the past seven years so amazing. I would like to thank all of the teachers and staff at Holy Trinity that have mentored me and taught me valuable information that I will never forget. I would like to thank my parents, my brother Andrew, and Sam for always encouraging me and never letting me be anything but the best person I can be. But most of all I would like to thank God for blessing me in more ways than I will ever know.


LAUREN FERRARA "No matter what happens in life, be good to people. Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind." - Taylor Swift

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started at HT in 6th grade, since then it has been incredible. My first day at the Lower School started with locker troubles. Abby Easterday and Mackenzie Dummer were kind enough to help me and we became the three musketeers. I love my cheer girls and my seniors that I have cheered with since 7th grade; you have all made these years the best. I will never forget at softball practice the time that Coach Paoletti wanted us to use the flat gloves to catch pop flies and I was the first person up and got a concussion. I would like to thank all my teachers for giving me the skills to succeed in college and in life. I especially want to thank Ms. Williams (my second mom) for always

being there through everything; because of you I have become a grammar Nazi. Mrs. Baxter, thank you for introducing me to Lie to Me. Without your help I would not be able to recognize the disorders in all of us. Mr. Mancini (“24/7” Mancini), I will never be able to thank you enough for being a listener when I was upset and problem solver when I need someone to bounce an idea off. Lastly I would like to thank God for my amazing parents for all their support and encouragement through the years. Thank you for helping me through the hard times and celebrating with me through the good ones.

BRIAN FIELDSON “Character is doing the right thing when nobody's looking." - J.C. Watts Coach Renfro, in the pool with some close friends, in Latin class, or in field ecology with the infinite knowledge of Mr. Lovelace. I am so grateful for the opportunity from my parents to go to this school, and I can only hope that I took advantage of it as much as possible.

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y experience at Holy Trinity, starting in 2007 with the seventh grade, has been nothing but positive. This school has had such a great impact on who I am. It has taught me how to serve by requiring service in my community, which at first seemed like a pain, but now I am immeasurably grateful for. It has created so many special friendships, whether they be on the track with my fellow hurdlers and

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BOBBY FORMAN "But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." - Matthew 6:33

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hen my journey at Holy Trinity started four years ago I wasn’t sure what to expect. Not only was I coming to a new school but it was my first time in high school. What I didn’t expect to find was a kind of second home for the next four years of my life. My love of journalism and media has grown at Holy Trinity having been on both the Broadcast and Newspaper staffs. I will never forget the experiences that I’ve had and all that I’ve learned being a member of the Bionic Tigers robotics team. I have always loved show production since I was in sixth grade and Holy Trinity

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has helped me grow in this area. I enjoyed helping put on everything from the daily chapel to Mr. Tiger and the Talent Show. Dr. Suchoski’s business class has given me the knowledge and motivation to one day own my own business. Finally, one of the biggest parts of my life over the last for years has been my youth group, Ascension Catholic Teens, which has helped me grow in my faith and given me a lot of leadership experience. I would like to thank anyone who has helped me over the last four years on the start they’ve given me on the rest of my life.

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CONNER FROST "It's not whether you get knocked down, it's whether you get up." - Vince Lombardi

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was born on April 6, 1995 in Coronado, California. I have lived in many places and love Florida the most! I started at Holy Trinity during my junior year. I loved going on school field trips such as the one to Sea World and enjoyed classes such as Field Ecology. I am on the track and cross country teams and at my old High School I was a member of the school’s first ever sailing team. After High School, I hope to attend college in Florida and pursue a career in the US Air Force. I will miss all of my old friends in Massachusetts and the new friends I have made at Holy Trinity.

PETER FUENTES "How do you eat an elephant? The answer is simple, one piece at a time." - Unknown, African proverb

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y years at Holy Trinity have been a blast. Ever since freshmen year I've made many friends, with whom I share numerous memories. After I graduate I plan on visiting the school before I leave for college. Over the years, my teachers have taught me many lessons, not only about that subject but as well as the real world. I'm very thankful to be a part of this amazing school and its soccer program.

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WILLIAM GIBSON "You are uncommonly smarter than your foes. Don't worry about what they say - focus on what you do." - M.L. Clark

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y four-year journey here at HT has been great. I give thanks to God for giving me the opportunity to attend Holy Trinity. I would like to thank my family for supporting me these four years here, especially my Mom and Dad for shaping me into the person I am today. I would also like to thank my friends and teammates for making me laugh when I needed it, and helping me through these years. I give a special thanks to Coach Henderson

TORI GLAUBITZ "Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is youer than you!" - Dr. Seuss

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was born on June 13, 1995 in Melbourne, Florida, and for the past 14 years of my life, I have had the amazing privilege of calling Holy Trinity “home�. It is completely surreal to me that I am leaving this place to start a new journey of my own. However, the values I have learned at Holy Trinity from my teachers, coaches, teammates and friends will last a lifetime. I am especially grateful to my friends, as they have made these past 14 years

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completely worth it! To my sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews: I love you all and am so happy that you guys have been with me through my school years, and that I have so many fun memories that I will never forget! Finally, I am so eternally grateful to my parents for always being there for me, as well as for sending me to this school at such a young age because it has shaped me into the person I am today...I love you!

for always pushing me to be great, Coach Ainsley for believing in me and giving me a chance to play, and Coach Biggs for always being there for me and challenging me to be better in everything I do. A big thanks goes out to my Dad for always encouraging me to put God first and for shaping me to become a man. All the teachers have been great and supportive! I really hope the futures of the class of 2013 are bright.


JOHNNY GOMEZ "Wanna Buy a duck.... ? A what? A duck. Does is quack? Of course it quacks, it's a duck." - The HTA kids I want to thank all of my friends, teachers, Coach Ainsley, Mrs. Pagan, and especially my parents for the opportunity at this magnificent school. Transferring back from Satellite High was possibly the greatest decision I could have made. When I walked in the first day, I remember specifically of how I was welcomed with open arms and even announced in chapel. That is my most significant memory of why this school was a perfect place for me.

Playing Football, and Lacrosse, I knew I would be able to compete with every athlete I went up against and that Is why playing sports here was amazing. By now, when you're reading this, will have already committed to playing D-1 College Volleyball, or be on my way to Florida State University. All I can say is that I was ALL IN with everything I did at HT and I'll definitely be back to visit because I WILL miss this place.

NICK HAMER "Mama says that happiness is from magic rays of sunshine that come down when you're feeling blue." - Bobby Boucher

Pokemon with Alex Theodotou and Calvin Quigley, screaming at the volleyball games with the Ambush, play football with the best teammates I could ask for and of course laughing every time somebody says the number "four" with Joe Torkelson. Every moment with my closest friends, Joe Torkelson, Alex Theodotou, Calvin Quigley, the Collins Brothers and Austin Riffe has been memorable; including, of course, all the times with the wonderful McKenzie Altman. I would also like to thank all the wonderful teachers at HTEA, especially Mr. Lovelace, Mr. Lindner, Mr. Chiarella, Senora Szmidt, Coach Biggs and Coach Ainsley. I have also been lucky enough to have the

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DANIELLE HENNESSY-WACK "I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not." - Kurt Cobain

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have been attending Holy Trinity since the seventh grade, and I have learned so much throughout my time here. Not just academics, but life lessons that will prepare me for the future years to come. I have been a cheerleader since seventh grade and have made long-lasting friendships and some of the best memories of high school. Those Friday night football games and halftime routines will definitely be missed. I would like to thank my dad for sending me to Holy Trinity, my amazing mother for supporting me in everything I do, and my little sister, Bee, for always being there for me, no

matter what. My experience at HTEA would not have been the same without the magnificent teachers and faculty. Mrs. Rossillon made each day unique, inspiring and captivating. In addition to the encouraging staff, I would like to thank Mr. Mancini for being the greatest dean ever. I would also like to thank all of the wonderful people who have impacted my life and made me the person I am today. Being a part of the Holy Trinity community has given me the confidence to start a new chapter in my life. I now bid you farewell, Holy Trinity. Thanks for the memories, and may the odds be ever in your favor.

NATALIAHERNANDEZ-PRYSZLAK "In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different." - Coco Chanel

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nfortunately it’s that time where I find myself writing my senior bio and reminiscing on old times. I first came to Holy Trinity in seventh grade and honestly there isn`t much that I remember, but…I will never forget brushing my teeth in front of the monitor in Yearbook, the time I was in the wrong class for fifteen minutes and failed to realize it. Or even the time where I quote “went missing” and Mr. Mancini nearly had to “call” “my” “mother.” Coach Phillips, sorry for skipping P.E. so much, but hey, look how great the yearbook looks! I will miss Mama T telling me to take a breath every once and a while. I will miss walking into school every morning and being greeted by Mrs. Craig, Mr. Hale, and Mrs. Reverend Joy. Yes, that’s MRS. Reverend Joy. I will miss eating with Brooke in the courtyard and getting bitten to death by bugs. That’s a lie. I wont miss that. Although there are several other things that I will miss

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about HT there are too many to name. However, I would like to thank all of my teachers and my parents for supporting and most importantly putting up with me. I am excited to graduate and discover that there exists something beyond the walls of the dark yearbook room, where I spent most lunches and “days off”. I don’t regret a single thing that I did at HT and thank everyone for preparing me for what is about to come. I love you all. XOXO


SAVANNAH HICKS "Life is not measured by the breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away." - George Carlin

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began my journey at Holy Trinity as a sophomore. I transferred from MCC and will admit that I was incredibly nervous about attending a new school. I had never been the "new kid" and only knew three people at Holy Trinity. They say you can only grow when you place yourself outside of your comfort zone. These two things I know about my transfer: first, I had never been more outside of my comfort zone, and second, I would have never grown so much as a person or intellectually had I not made the switch to Holy Trinity. My experience at Holy Trinity has been very memorable. I came into the school knowing hardly anyone and ended up making great friends. From painting for

football games to movie/"froyo" dates, I've made some pretty great memories with my friends. In terms of growing as a person, I have been blessed with the opportunities Holy Trinity has given me. During my Sophomore year, I went on the mission trip to New Orleans and will never forget my experience there. Also from my time at Holy Trinity, I have learned the value of hard work and how far it will get you in life. I would genuinely like to thank my parents for sacrificing so much to send me to Holy Trinity and for giving me every opportunity to succeed in life. I am forever grateful to have the support of such an amazing family.

JENNA HINDSLEY "...It is well know that a vital ingredient of success is not knowing that what you're attempting can't be done." - Terry Pratchett

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EMILY JAMESON "In a gentle way you can shake the world." - Gandhi

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ALEXIS JOSEPH "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened." - Dr. Seuss

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love with Spanish and Senora Mirda, running cross country with the best team and coach out there, watching magic tricks in Physics by Mr. Herntier, being introduced to the world of Journalism by Mr. Hale, getting candy from Mrs. Tillman, goofing off with my best friends (McKenzie, Idi, Mackenzie, Catie, and Gabi), improv with my drama class, visiting the office every day, Mr. Lindner dealing with my chattiness, Mrs. Gutierrez being the coolest teacher ever, inside jokes with Ellie Coman, and cheering for five years. I would like to thank all my teachers, classmates, coaches, friends, and especially my family for making my time at Holy Trinity a joyous one.


TRISTAN KATTENBERG “Standing in the middle of the road is very dangerous; you get knocked down by the traffic from both sides.” - Margaret Thatcher

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started at Holy Trinity in my eighth grade year and was new to a school without snow and indoor hallways. As a Michigander I was slightly lost at this new school, but quickly understood that the running team was much better. The great cross country and track teams and Coach Butler have made my time at Holy Trinity some of the best in my life. Since I just turned 17, that obviously says a lot. Holy Trinity has been a great place to grow. The challenges that I have faced here from Mr. Chiarella’s Bio and AP Bio classes to

running my heart out and winning two state rings has allowed me to grow and mature. Mrs. Rossillon and Euziere's history classes have taught me about the wider world and forced me to have backing for my ideas. I have never been able or willing to stay under the radar at school and have and will always enjoy debating. I have grown up in voicing my opinion, but I will live my life by knowing that the middle of the road will not get me to the place where I would like to get to; I’d like to stand out, not get knocked down from both sides.

MADDY KISSELL "You're lucky enough to be different. Never change." - Taylor Swift

more ways than one. Before this year, I would always talk about how ready I was to leave and go to college but now that it's all happening I just want it all to slow down so I can take a quick breath. High school went by so quickly; I remember the first time I walked these halls, just trying to fit in like everyone else. I was so scared of the unknown but now I am ready to embark on a new journey and I have to leave these halls behind. Thank you to anyone and everyone that has made my high school years memorable, I will cherish these memories forever. xox

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i, my name is Maddy Kissell and I first came to Holy trinity in the ninth grade. Being a student at Holy Trinity has really shaped me as a person; I like to think that being here has changed me for the better. I am so thankful for all the lovely teachers that I have had over the past four years because they truly cared and wanted me to succeed. I had the opportunity to experience lots of different sports while at HT, some that I wasn't particularly amazing at, but it was always a good time. Some of the friends that I have made here I hope to keep forever, because they have permanently changed my life in

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KALEIGH LEENEY "Laugh as much as you can." - Maya Angelou

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y name is Kaleigh Suzanne Leeney (most call me Leeney) and I was born July 24, 1995 in Cocoa, FL. In the six years I've spent at Holy Trinity, I have learned to appreciate every opportunity that comes my way. I couldn't be happier with all the teachers I've had, the faculty and administrators, the coaches, and the friends I've made at this school (love you Steph and Lex!). My advice would be to take chances and to not regret any choices you make because mistakes are learning experiences. I would like to thank my family who have all helped make me the person who I am today and for supporting me in everything I do.

LOGAN LENHARD "Those who mind don't matter and those who matter dont mind." - Bernard Baruch

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've been at Holy Trinity since the 3rd grade and had many memories. I would like to thank my parents and all of the people who have made my time here as good as it has been (especially Jack and Adam). I will always remember this school and how it has helped shape me into the man I am today.

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BREANNA LEWIS "When it comes to life's adventures, never pull back on the reins." - Unknown

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hough I’ve only been a Tiger for two years, my experience at Holy Trinity has been great! The students and faculty welcomed me and helped me feel at home right away! My excellent teachers not only made my time hear memorable, but also have thoroughly prepared me for college. I love my soccer team and other classmates! Thanks for making these past two years amazing and good luck!

YUE (LILY) LI "If you do not try, you will never know how far you can go." - Lily Li for caring about me. I especially love art class; Mrs. Rodby is a wonderful art teacher. I have learned a lot of things in art class. Most importantly I have learned to be creative. I plan to continue my art studies in college. I hope to have a great art experience in college. The time has gone so fast; I will really miss my high school life. Thanks to all my friends and teachers. I will

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My Chinese name is Yue Li, but it is better to call me Lily Li. I started my junior year at Holy Trinity. I’m a special girl, because I was born with a hearing disability. When I began at Holy Trinity I was very nervous about every class, but thanks to all the teachers and students who helped me, now I do my best in everything. There are so many wonderful people in Holy Trinity. Thank you to Mrs. Craig

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SHUHAN LI "The great pleasure in life is doing what people say you can not do." - Walter Begehot

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JESSICA LYNCH "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." - Henry David Thoreau

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my experiences. I have also made memories that I will have for a lifetime. I know leaving Holy Trinity will be difficult but I know I am well prepared and I am excited to start a new part of my life! I would like to thank my teachers who helped me along the way. Also my amazing friends, Gabi, Lina, Lauren, Jacinta and Tori, for always being there for me. Without you guys I don’t know how I would have gotten though high school. Lastly, I want to thank my amazing and loving family who have helped me become the person I am today and supporting me in everything I do.

math teacher, Mrs. Rouse, my physics teacher, Mr. Herntier, and my Statistics teacher, Mr. Pishalski, really gave me a lot of help as well as suggestions when I faced difficulties. I sincerely appreciate their help. Mrs. Craig and Mrs. Torkelson also helped our international students a lot, and I really want to say thank you to them as well. It is so exciting to be a senior, and my junior year in HT was just as fantastic as you can imagine. My life in HT is an experience which I will definitely remember forever.


HUIXIN (NINA) MA "All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better." - Ralph Waldo Emerson I was often asked what I wanted to do when I grew up by people around me. However, If I just responded with some superficial words, maybe nothing could be done. My dream changes all the time, but there is one thing that never changes. I want to be the one who can overcome cowardice and timidity, and I want to be the one who can pursue my dream unceasingly. For me, the first year in America was a significant experience. It represented the first step to become independent and realize the value of myself. I will never forget the days before I came to America which were the happiest times for me. I owe the happiness to my family and friends. However, from the moment

I decided to go forward to continue my further study, I had to leave them. There is a voice that always resounds in my heart. I want to be much stronger on the road to chasing my dream, no mater how hard it is. After say goodbye to my family, I know I am already start my another journey. This journey will be a totally new one for me. However, I won’t forget my promise to my mom: to keep my determination and courage even on the road that is full of thorns and obstacles. Life on the road will be beautiful landscape lot, but there will certainly be ups and downs. If we could persist in it, is it not a good fortune?

KARINA MANN "How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?" - Satchel Paige how life would be if I didn't end up at Holy Trinity and experience things like bonding with my cross country family and Coach Butler, passing time with incomparable friends, or learning from incredible coaches and teachers. To Mr. Herntier: thanks for putting up with me for five class periods over the last three years; you're an inspiring teacher who has taught me as much about life as you have about physics. To Mom, Dad, Tata, and Tashers: words cannot describe how lucky I am to have you; your encouragement and love means the world to me. All I can say is I'm blessed to have grown up around such extraordinary, caring people. I wish you all a bright and joyful future!

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emember sitting in Mrs. Pruitt's Pre-K class, making necklaces out of pieces of macaroni? It feels like ages ago, not because my time at Holy Trinity has crawled by, but because so much has changed since then. I will always cherish those memories. Among them were enjoying the golden days when the 100th day of school was still considered a holiday, fighting with Brianna Wahy so much in third grade that we decided to be best friends instead, making gingerbread houses out of empty milk cartons (definitely not sanitary), begging Julie Brown to read chapter books out loud while I barely knew the alphabet, and crying when I had to sit next to Cole Oliver instead of Brandon Goff on Castle Day. Sorry Cole. It's hard to imagine

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MEGAN McCREERY "Feed your dreams and Starve your fears" - Blake Shelton

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t’s hard to believe that after sitting in various Holy Trinity classrooms for 2,340+ days that my time here is ending. My adventure at HT has lasted from kindergarten to senior year. Fourteen of my HT friends have been here since my first day and will be graduating with me in May. Looking back, the time flew by. As hard as it will be for me to say good-bye to this school I’ve attended for thirteen years, I’m excited to enter the next chapter of my life. HT has prepared me for what lies ahead, and I’m thankful that I’ll be able to bring many memories with me. At the lower school, I'll remember I-Care Cat, the big toy, making castles, the lunch hut, science fair projects, helping the three year old to

JACK McGEE "Think outside of the box that the box is inside of." - Cedric Plummer

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class in the morning, playing the recorder, the Presidential Physical fitness test, various sports, and performing in my first musical, Annie. At the upper school, I'll remember various sports, drama, the four year lunch table, powder puff, and many interesting classes and teachers. Kaley, Alyssa, Kyle, and Gage, I love you so much. We’ve had some great times together and I am so proud of all of you. Mom and Dad, thanks for always being there for me. You gave me a great beginning and wonderful memories. It’s crazy to think that after this summer I won’t be returning to these beige halls, but instead I’ll be headed to a big kid school. I’m ready though, so here I go.


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HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE REMEMBERED I want to be remembered as a fun-loving and hardworking person. - Savannah Hicks

I want to be remembered as someone who genuinely cared about the school being right and fair to everyone. Or maybe just as the crazy girl with the glasses and a rurally obnoxious laugh.

I actually do not want to be remembered. Students should not worry to much about how someone else is remembered or how they are going to be remembered. They should think about what kind of person they are going to be from going to Holy Trinity. - Corey Smith

I want to be remembered for just being a nice guy.

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I would like to be remembered for playing the saxophone for seven years and not quitting.

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If I am to be remembered, let me be remembered for exacting some good in the life of another. Let my flaws be acknowledged, for I am no perfect being, but let me be remembered for putting a smile upon the face of a downtrodden friend. - Dolan Bortner

I want to be remembered as someone who can put a smile on anyone's face, someone who always cared for others, and someone that would always help a friend in need. - Marques Burgman

RYAN McKEONE "The important thing is not to stop questioning." - Albert Einstein

junior" and all the great life lessons he taught us. One of the best memories from the upper school was when I was on the 2011 mission trip, as we were walking down Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras. The looks on the chaperones’ faces as we walked by all the exotic establishments was one of the funniest things I have ever seen. Although going to college will be a big change, I am excited and can't wait to go off and start a new leg of my journey in life.

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or the past fifteen years all I have known is life at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. Many great friends have been made and I have had the pleasure of meeting quite a few special people along the way. HTA is all I know and am glad my parents chose to send me here. It's the best choice they could have made. Some of my best memories at Holy Trinity were Mrs. Harper's PE class and playing kickball out in the field every day during recess. Also, I'll never forget Jeffrey Jones aka "Lil

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MICAH MORGAN "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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have attended Holy Trinity for four years, and boy what a four years it has been. Now that my senior year has come I can't believe how fast time actually passes. It seemed just yesterday that I was the new tall kid in class. I am still that tall kid, but now I am filling out college applications and getting ready to face the world. As I look back on my high school journey I realize how blessed I am to have such

RACHEL MOTRO "When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained." - Lee Brice

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ey, I'm Rachel. I've spent the past six years of my life at Holy Trinity. Whoa. It sounds way longer when I say it like that. I've had some good times and learned a lot. My family has been great. They have worked hard to keep me motivated. Well, seeing as this is a bio, I guess I will tell you what you

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need to know about me. I play bass guitar. My favorite color is purple. Yes, I did crochet my backpack. I listen to bands including but not limited to Muse, Franz Ferdinand, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I'm a big fan of penguins. They're just so cute. That's about it. Stay fabulous, HT!

great friends. I don't know how I could have made it through school without them and their support. I am thankful for all of my teachers and coaches I have had over the past four years who have helped prepare me for the challenges that I may face in college and in life. So thank you, Holy Trinity, for all that you have done. It's been real.


SUMAYYA MUJEEB "Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open." - Albus Dumbledore As a seventh grader I ventured down the halls of Holy trinity on the first day feeling baffled at everything new I was to experience. Here I am a blink of an eye later, a senior, feeling baffled again. Where has the time gone? It’s been a wild ride. In the time I’ve been here I’ve had some great times. I’ll always remember the incredible teachers who have pushed me to put in the extra effort and work my hardest. I will never forget my amazing friends. I want to thank my whole lunch group, Abby, Alyssa, Julie, PJ, Jenna and Katy for tolerating my eating habits and horrible story telling. Megan Bernier, thanks for letting me complain to you for countless hours and being the sweetie

pie that you are. You always make me smile. You’re the best. Thank you Christina Darwish for being my moral compass, god knows how much trouble I would of have gotten in without having you. You’ve been a true friend. Thank you Erica Diamond, I have enjoyed all of our shenanigans and the wonderful poetry you write. Write a book, you’re going places kid. Micah Morgan, Thank you for enduring all the torture Erica and I have put you through. You’ve taken it like a champ. Also, thank you to my parents for putting me in such a wonderful school and being so supportive. I’ve had such a memorable high school experience. Thanks Holy Trinity, it’s been real.

ALLY NEUTZE "Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game." - Lee Brice Hale and Coach Golson, thank you for putting up with my sarcasm, stubbornness, and shenanigans over the past four and five years (I also have enjoyed putting up with yours). The lessons you have both taught me, the conversations we’ve had, and the jokes we’ve shared will forever remain with me because you have both helped to shape me into who I am today. Thank you. Younger classmen, don’t rush your time here. Enjoy every sleepless night because of an AP Lit paper and every hour spent studying for Bio. Take a little extra time putting on that game uniform and cherish every moment of scoring a run, shooting a basket, or making a touchdown. Because I promise you, when your graduation day comes, you’re going to miss this place - I know I will.

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It’s crazy to think that six years have gone by since I first arrived at Holy Trinity. My time at this school has been amazing and I can’t imagine being anywhere else. Because honestly, where else can you lead worship every day with 500 people, walk down the halls and know everyone’s name, and be greeted with a smile everywhere you go? This place is amazing and I cannot thank my parents and grandparents enough for allowing me the opportunity to attend HT and receive the education that I have. I love you guys. I also want to thank all of my teachers and coaches for their hard work and influence on my life. However, because my life at HT has been spilt between Room 203 and the softball field, there are two very special people whom I must stop and thank. Mr.

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CASEY NIERENBERG "How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard." - Carol Sobieski and Thomas Meehan

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, Casey James Nierenberg, graced the world with my presence on December 30, 1994. I was born in Miami and lived there almost a year before moving to Melbourne. I started my Holy Trinity experience at age 3 in Pre-K. I then attended elementary school at Suntree Elementary from kindergarten till sixth grade. I started back at Holy Trinity in seventh grade as boy who would become a man, a man who would become a legend. I give all credit of my humorous and social side to my sister Shannon. She has shaped me into the crazy Casey that I am today.

JACK OLINDE "If we all did the things we are really capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves....� - Thomas Edison

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've been attending Holy Trinity for the past twelve years (since first grade), and I'm sure they will become some of the most memorable years of my life. Holy Trinity has challenged me academically as well as challenged me as a person. My experience here has transformed me into the person I am today. From taking Mr. Chiarella's Biology in eighth grade to running tigers (timed suicides) with Coach Henderson and Coach Luhn yelling at me, Holy Trinity has pushed me to go my hardest in everything I do and to always strive to be my best. I first began playing HT basketball in eighth grade when I made the junior high team. I went on to play junior varsity in ninth and tenth grade and varsity in tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade. I learned life lessons and

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made lifelong friends on and off the court, especially with my teammates, Coach Henderson, Coach Luhn, and even my brother Nick. Throughout my high school years, I have participated in a number of Honor Societies such as National Honor Society, National Latin Honor Society, National English Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta. I would never have been able to achieve what I have without the support of Mrs. Rouse, Mrs. Fletcher, Mr. Herntier, And Mr. Pishalski who pushed me academically and helped me to love and appreciate math and science, and Mr. Lindner who kept English alive for me. Above all, NONE of this would have been possible without my wonderful parents.

I would also like to thank my brother Robby for being a man I could go to for advice on the many troubles that high school has to offer. For all those years of nagging and making sure that I'm heading in the right direction, I'd like to thank my mom and pops for all their hard work on raising me, I know it wasn't easy. And finally I'd like to thank all my close friends for being there for me and making these high school years memorable. These past six years at Holy Trinity have gone bye sooooooo fast, and I'm glad I have all of you in my life. Go Tigers!


COLE OLIVER "God had planned something better for us so that only together with us would they be made perfect." - Hebrews 11:40

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ello, I’m Cole Oliver and I have had an incredible journey here at HT over the past twelve years. I can really say that the teachers, coaches, and students have made an impact on the person that I am today. I started my journey at HT in kindergarten as a “sunflower” in Ms. Nicholson’s class. That’s where I met some of my life-long friends that I will never forget. The great memories from the lower school are still in the back of my mind today, like at recess on the Big Toy, playing “girls chase boys”, and in sixth grade when Ryan Mckeone won the basketball game for us by having to make two free throws on a broken ankle. Moving to the upper school and meeting

new friends while having the comfort of old ones made the transition easy. Although the memories from the lower school were awesome, the best times that I’ve had thus far have been from high school. Some of those include cheering with the Ambush, and winning cross country and track state championships. I would like to thank the teachers and coaches that I have had here at HT, especially Mrs. Williams, Coach Biggs, and Coach Butler for all the great advice and discipline that you’ve taught me. I am excited, yet sad to leave, but I know that there will be many more memories and experiences in my life that will shape me into the person that God has meant for me to become.

VERONICA PANICCIA "We have our Arts so we won't die of Truth." - Ray Bradbury

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s a child, I was enrolled in Xavier's Institute for Gifted Youngsters. I fought alongside Xavier's X-Men valiantly until Senator Kelly's Sentinels were unleashed onto the mutant race. I promptly left the X-Men on harsh terms in favor of Magneto's Brotherhood. Realizing that the fight for mutant-human equality was not progressive, I went back into hiding. It was around this time that I discovered I was the Dragonborn. I embarked on a journey to Ivarstead. It was a long and tiresome trek but I climbed the 7,000 steps to the top of the mountain. Once at the top, I discovered that this was not the lifestyle I wanted. I promptly left the Providence of Skyrim in favor of the United States. Once in the United States, I found that the capital was in great ruin. I traveled to Nevada where I took a job as a courier. After suffering a nearly-fatal gunshot wound to the head, I decided to leave, as I was summoned to Hyrule. I fought valiantly to defeat the evil Ganondorf, as it was my duty as the Hero of Time. Unfortunately, I was stuck on the Water Temple and realized that it was not worth the trouble. Tired of my busy life full of travel and adventure, I decided to settle down and enroll in Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. There, I used my drawing skills to guide my way through the years until I was ready to face the final boss, Volvagia…I mean, high school.

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JOSE PAZMINO "The Witch is in!" - Mrs. Baxter

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can still remember Life Science in seventh grade, when I forgot the word for tire in English. Mrs. Irons' face while I was trying to describe a tire is still vivid in my memory. I’ve never seen her so confused in the five years I have attended Holy Trinity. I’ve come a long way since then; to start with, I now speak with a more extensive vocabulary. I am also proud of the fact that I believe I hold the only Saturday school due to “excessive gum chewing.” I cannot complain about my Holy Trinity experience, it was awesome. Holy Trinity is a niche that provided me with

KATY PENTZ "I'll hold on to the world tight some day. I've got one finger on it now; that's a beginning." - Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451

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y name is Harry Potter and this is the story of how I died. Just kidding! My name is actually Kathryn Rose Pentz and I did not get my letter to Hogwarts when I was eleven. Despite supreme devastation, I forced myself to go to The Muggle Academy (HTEA) where I learned so much about myself and gained a passion for subjects I would never have imagined. I discovered my love for languages and cultures through a school trip to Spain and France. I was fourteen. Now I am seventeen and insane; Ray Bradbury said it perfectly: “I'm seventeen and I'm crazy… the two always go together. When people ask your age… always say seventeen and insane”.

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Insane can also mean passionate. We ardently believe in all our dreams and put our hearts into everything we do. Again, Ray Bradbury said: “It doesn't matter what you do…so long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that's like you after you take your hands away. The difference between the man who just cuts lawns and a real gardener is in the touching…The lawn-cutter might just as well not have been there at all; the gardener will be there a lifetime”. So graduating class of 2013, I dare you to change the world, to leave your mark, and to never forget what it is to be seventeen and insane.

the values and principles that allowed me to become the great individual I am today. Therefore, I thank my parents for enrolling me in such a great institution, and I thank the faculty for putting up with me; I apologize for my talkative tendencies in class, and I appreciate how the faculty tolerated my fifteen absences per semester. Upon leaving Holy Trinity, I wish to study at a college in the New England area, eventually becoming a lawyer, and travelling around the world at inconvenient dates throughout the year.


IDANIS PEREZ-ALVAREZ "Living in the moment brings you a sense of reverence for all of life's blessings." - Oprah

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s I flip through my mental scrapbook of the past 4 years, things like Señora Mirda saying “no digas mentiras” everyday stand out. Although my experience at Holy Trinity may sound too good to be true, nunca digo mentiras. Four years ago, I was the shy, new “kid” in Mr. Lovelace’s first period English. That Idanis feared Mr. Chiarella, and couldn’t understand why Mrs. Craig smiled all the time or why students called Mrs. Rodby “Mama Rod.” As time went on, my apprehensions subsided, and “Idi Perez” became my new name around campus. HT has become my second home and family (literally). My best memories at HT range from scoring the first touchdown, and beating the seniors in powderpuff, to feeding the water bottle

locker, the Ambush, stool spinning, BABY G, and eating with Mack D all the time. To all my friends, I love you guys. Please stay in touch. I thank my teachers, especially Señora Mirda and Ms. Duguid for teaching me to be genuine and to pursue whatever my heart desires. At HTA, I have learned that I don’t have to be a stereotypical nerd or jock, but a well-rounded individual that is somewhere in between. I am thankful that God has blessed me with the opportunity of attending this school and I feel prepared for what the future holds. I now know why Mrs. Craig is always smiling…because the people of Holy Trinity have brightened my life in ways that make showing those pearly whites irresistible.

LAUREN PETROSKY "A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous." - Coco Chanel

looking up at the seniors. Now I'm a senior myself, the only thing is, I'm still short, standing at five feet. Being a senior to me is a great responsibility; we become adults and have to start making decisions that will impact our lives forever. Holy Trinity has helped prepare me to make the right decisions and for life beyond the safety net of HT. I'm ready to move on, and take the next step towards my future, but will always remember those at Holy Trinity who impacted my life and shaped the person I am today.

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was born November 30th, 1994 in St. Louis, Missouri, where I lived until I was twelve. I moved to Melbourne in 2007 where I started my journey at Holy Trinity. I've been at HT for six years and could not be more grateful to my parents for giving me the opportunity to attend Holy Trinity. I have grown so much, and created memories that I hope to never forget. I have made lifelong friends that I will miss dearly at college and cannot believe I won’t be seeing them every day! Writing this bio is quite surreal since I was once a short seventh grader,

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BROOKE PRESTON "Always do what you are afraid to do." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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would like to start out by thanking Mrs. Sharpe for the hundreds of late slips she’s wasted on me throughout the years. I would like to say I have never lifted a weight in weight training or attended a full week of team sports class, sorry Coach Philips, but the yearbook had to get done somehow. I will truly miss Mancini’s “famous” "speeches" and laughing with Natalia every single day about absolutely nothing.

CALVIN QUIGLEY "When one man... has the opportunity to live an extraordinary life, he has no right to keep it to himself." - Jacques Cousteau

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have attended Holy Trinity since seventh grade and it has been awesome. I love this school. You guys are like family to me. I hear about kids who complain about how lame Holy Trinity is and how much they hate Melboring (Beachside life or no life btw). Guess what: it's as fun as you make it. If you aren't having a good time, it's your fault. I know that Holy Trinity made me who I am, and without it, I'd probably just be a bigger version of the quiet, goofy, 7th grader I was when I came here. So I want to do some thank you's. Teachers: You are all awesome. None of you get the credit you deserve. You invest so much of your time into our lives, trying to make us the

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best we can be. Thank you all so much, especially Mrs. Baxter for teaching me not to just think (split infinitive) in black and white, Mrs. Euziere for actually teaching me how to work, Mr. Lovelace for giving me the courage to do what I care about, Mrs. Rossillon for enlightening me, and Mr. Herntier for blowing my mind everyday with a combination of science, magic, and Canada. Bros: I'm not going to name names, you know who you are. I love you guys so much. Honestly, I don't think I could have survived high school if I didn't get to get pitted and remember pilgrims with you guys every day. RiihhhhhhhhhAAAAUGHHHH!!!!! Party on for me.

To my teachers, thank you for inspiring me and for putting up with my coffee addiction, sorry Mrs. Tricano for never bringing you Starbucks. Most importantly, to my loving parents, thank for every opportunity you have provided me and for putting up with me on a daily basis. P.S. Sorry to the student whose going to get my disastrous tiffany blue parking spot. Stay Classy, Holy Trinity.


VICTOR RAHNER "Live in the moment!" - Mrs. Rossillon

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began my journey at Holy Trinity as a Sunflower in Ms. Nicholson’s kindergarten class. Along the way, I’ve made many great friendships that I’ll treasure for the rest of my life, and I’ll always remember the many great times we've had. I’ve played football and lacrosse since seventh grade, and I’ll never forget the countless hours I’ve spent on the field with some of my closest friends. I want to thank all my teachers and coaches for putting

up with me and helping me grow as a person over the past thirteen years. A special thanks to my parents for giving me the opportunity to attend such a great school, to Coach Leary for turning around the lacrosse program, and Coach Ainsley for being a great coach. I’ve greatly enjoyed my time here at Holy Trinity, but I’m extremely excited to move on to college to see what the future holds.

NEIL ROBINSON "It's hard to get hold of and hard to let go. Something we look for from the day we're born." - Modest Mouse

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ortunate: (adjective) involving good luck or Fortune; Lucky. I can say with my entire heart that I have been blessed with the opportunity to grow and mature at Holy Trinity throughout the past six years to become the person who I am today. From engaging teachers to supportive Friends and Coaches, I have had the pleasure to learn and adequately prepare myself for the world ahead, which I fully believe I am ready for.

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PJ RODRIGUEZ "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'" - Martin Luther King Jr.

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SOPHIE ROUSSEAU "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Lao Tzu After all these years I can’t believe I’m finally graduating. My school experience in Chile and here, at Holy Trinity, has been amazing. Like everything in life it has had its ups and downs, but with the support of my family and my friends every day was and is worth it. Being able to go to school here, meet new people, make new friends and reunite with old ones, set new challenges and accomplish new goals has been incredible. There really is no other way to describe it. It’s an experience that I feel so grateful to have lived and I advise anyone that is willing to try it to take the opportunity, because it truly is a once in a lifetime chance that is rewarding

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in so many ways. I just want to thank all the people at Holy Trinity that have made my days brighter and happier, the people who have supported me and taught me so much. Thank you to my parents, to my brother, sister, and to my grandparents for helping my dreams come true and for being there for me in spirit every day. Thank you to the Torkelson family, to Joe, to Stacey; they make every new day a better day with their cheerful spirit, contagious happiness and generosity. Holy Trinity, all the memories I have lived and the people I have met this year have a place in my heart. Good luck to everyone in the future and God bless.

act like you're serving Jesus directly, because you are. Thanks so much Holy Trinity, from Mr. Gibson to Mrs. Duguid and Mrs. B, and all the office ladies for just getting me ready for life in general. I can't believe that I'm doing a senior Bio right now, it’s kinda bittersweet; But hey, I'm off to bigger and better things, so this is goodbye friend. Love, PJ.


VASHTI SHIWMANGAL " Find something that you're really interested in...pursue it, set goals, and commit yourself to excellence. Do the best you can." - Chris Evert

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y name is Vashti Khavita Shiwmangal, and I was born on October 4, 1995 in New York, New York. After moving to Florida in 2000, I attended a public kindergarten until I transferred to Holy Trinity in October of first Grade by coincidence. I was a shy little girl wearing Mary Jane’s, but when I stepped into Mrs. Campell’s classroom, everyone was welcoming. eleven years later, Holy Trinity is still the same in spirit. I have had the most amazing journey through meeting new friends and faculty every year. It may seem that teachers push us often, but you come to realize how much that experience is worth by the beginning of senior year. Memorable moments include missing our second

grade field trip because we exhibited behavior, going to McDonalds in sixth grade, everyone walking into Mr. Chiarella’s Bio Honors class with petrified looks on their faces, and throwing the best parties for Mrs. Duguid’s birthday. I would like to thank Mrs. Ford for the opportunity to continue attending HT every year, and also for her service to this school for the past 25 years. My family has been supportive throughout the past years, and I owe everything to my mother for guiding me in the right direction. I will miss this school with all of my heart, but I’m very excited to create new memories. Have fun Shaun, and Best of Luck Class of 2013! I hope all your dreams come true!

COREY SMITH "Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." - Confucius behind the fence you could here everyone saying: “How many points do we need?” “We have enough to win, right?” “This will be a first for school history.” Finally we heard the announcement that Holy Trinity took first place. We charged the infield and scurried to the top of the podium. As we stood up there, arm in arm, hearing our family and classmates cheer for us, we all knew that our hard work had finally paid off. We were the first Class 1A Boys Track and Field state champions in school history. And that was the best day of my life. Because of everything I have learned and experienced at Holy Trinity, I know I will have many more “best days” in my life.

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I have been going to Holy Trinity since kindergarten. I am very thankful to have been able to go to such fantastic school. I would not have been able to take Electrical and Magnetism AP Physics courses or MultiVariable Calculus at any public school in the Brevard school district. We all know that Holy Trinity doesn’t seem as exciting as public school, but all the skills we have obtained from Holy Trinity will help keep us out of trouble in college and succeed far greater in life than any public school would have allowed us to. Of all my memories at Holy Trinity, nothing can compare to winning a State Championship. As we waited anxiously

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COLEMAN SPERANDO "Everybody love everybody." - Anonymous

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y first day in 7th grade at Holy Trinity was also the day that I moved houses. I left my old house, went to school, and then came home to my new house. I also only knew a handful of people and I really did not want to go here, most of my old friends went to DeLaura. There is also a stereotype that private school kids are weird, and after a couple years here I realized that everyone actually is really weird. But not in a bad way! In a small school like ours everyone knows and accepts everyone, so we can just be

ourselves. When I first got here I tried to be cool and in charge, but that just ended in multiple chats with coach Biggs and Mr. Mancini. Thankfully I had the cross country team to keep me in line. With them I have formed some of my closest friendships, even including a freshman believe it or not. I am also, ironically, probably one of the weirdest people here, but that’s alright. I have still enjoyed these past six years, and I thank God for every one of those moments.

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WHAT ADVICE CAN YOU GIVE TO THE UNDERCLASSMEN If you need to traverse between buildings and you don't have a class in the 300 building, just walk around. It's a bit faster, and you get a nice breath of fresh air between classes. - Sean Carroll

If you do not try, you will never know how far you can go.

Always be yourself and try your best, no matter where you are or what you are doing in life. Try new things; go and tryout for a sports team! Talk to people you've never talked to before! Travel new places! You might be surprised who you will meet, the friends you will make and the amazing things you will learn. But no matter where you go, never forget where you come from and the people you love you...never forget to be yourself.. - Sophie Rousseau

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Don't be afraid to take classes with a reputation for being challenging because they are usually the most rewarding. - Megan Bernier

Take risks. Try new things and do everything you can to make the best out of your high school career. - Joe Torkelson

Take the biggest variety of classes you can. Open your mind to new things by taking electives and not always flooding your schedule with AP classes. - Dylon Collins


KRISTA STAEFE "That which does not kill us, makes us stronger." - Friedrich Nietzsche

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remember when I first heard I was going to Holy Trinity for middle school and high school. I thought my life was over. All of my friends were going to different schools together and I would be the only loner going to some random school. I thought that my middle and high school experience would just be awful. Now that I look back on it, I am truly grateful that I was sent to this amazing school. Some great memories would have to be Knitting Club meetings at Panera, the Band Geek's dodge ball team, the football games with the pep band,

Hunger Game Themed Officer meeting for Tri-M, and lots more. I would like to thank most importantly my mother for encouraging me and supporting me throughout the years. I would like to thank my grandparents for all their love and support. I would also like to thank all of the faculty and staff for their constant encouragement to be the best that I can be. I am truly grateful for all the friends that I have made and all the good times we have shared. Thank you class of 2013, we did it! To the rest of you, "May the odds be ever in your favor".

STAS STAFFORD "I like to know why you can do something instead of why you can't." - Lt. General Thomas P. Stafford

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GUSTAF STANGEL "Life is not for amateurs!" - A. Strindberg

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hen the Shumans asked me to come and stay with them for a year, I had been up for almost 42 hours straight, working. I was extremely scared but so happy at the same time. “What if they don’t like me?”, “What if I will be alone for the entire year and they all just think I’m a weird Swede?” But I had no reason to worry because everyone has been so welcoming and accepting. You’ve all helped me out when I needed a ride home, or didn’t understand something in school. I can definitely say that I like American school so much more than Swedish school, even though I’m Swedish. In the plane on the way over to America, I was thinking about what I

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was getting myself into, leaving the safe environment at home and going to a country that is so different. In my head I considering doing something stupid in passport control so that I would be sent back to Sweden. I was more scared than I’ve ever been in my life. All my fears disappeared the instant I arrived at school. People showed me around and explained how things worked. As soon as I didn’t understand something, I got help from a teacher or a student. This has and will be the best year of my life, something I can tell already even though its only mid September. I want to thank everyone for making this year so special to me!


CHRIS SUCHOSKI "To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first. And, whatever you hit, call it the target." - Ashleigh Brilliant

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remember my first day at Holy Trinity like it was yesterday. I was dragged into Mrs. Nicholson’s kindergarten classroom by my mom crying and begging her to let me stay home. I can’t believe how much has changed. After thirteen years here, I’ve changed and experienced so much through this school. I’ve made lifelong friends, built relationships with teachers that will last through college, received a remarkable education, and most importantly, been

instilled with a set of great values which will be life-lasting. These past thirteen years, I’ve seen my siblings and friends pass through this school and walk across the stage to receive their diplomas. Now, it’s my turn and I can’t believe it. I hope that I can represent Holy Trinity as it deserves in order to keep up its excellent reputation. I’ll always wear blue and gold with pride and I’ll always be a Tiger.

CHRISTIAN TEATHER "Pull back some and let the moments build and breathe and have life." - Flying Lotus

of commitment that I had for soccer later for future goals. My involvement in the JKB group at our school showed me the core values I need to excel in life, especially patience, as I learned at the Ghostly Gecko. I really believe that an environment as unique as Holy Trinity’s isn’t available anywhere else. Every year I attended here, I felt that I was always learning new things, and continually challenging myself. Without the experiences I have had here at Holy Trinity, I wouldn’t be the same person that I am today. Thank you to all those who supported me; thank you for a great senior year.

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y best friends Reid, Matt, Andrea and Anselm have made my time here incredible. They gave me the confidence needed, and they were always there for me. Taking Latin throughout high school was one of the greatest decisions I ever made. From memorizing the first declension, confusing every “hic,” “haec,” and “hoc,” and to translating Caesar’s Gallic Wars, I believe that I will always remember what I achieved in Latin, as well as the great times I had at State Latin Forum. In addition, memories with the soccer team will never be forgotten. Hopefully I will keep the same amount

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ALEX THEODOTOU "I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, 'Ifthisisn'tnice, Idon'tknowwhatis.'"

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t is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. So a picture equals one thousand words, or, one thousand words equal one whole picture. I will now describe a picture. Unfortunately, there is a word limit on this biography which restricts me to 250 words. 250 is one quarter of 1000. Therefore, I will describe one quarter of a picture. Actually, after I’ve finished this introduction, I will have written 100 words, so I will have 150 words left to describe my picture. 150 is one sixth of 1000. So I will describe one sixth of the picture. This is the very top left sixth of the picture. This sixth of this picture happens to comprise a representation of my entire life thus far. Found within this illustrative sixth are elements, things and people, that have

JOE TORKELSON "Humor is mankind's greatest blessing." - Mark Twain

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much to give me everything they can and for that, I cannot thank them enough. I also want to thank all the unforgettable friends I have made at Holy Trinity for making the past 6 years the best of my life. Last but not least I want to thank my sister Stacey for always being there for me and making my life all the more interesting. Thank you Holy Trinity for the greatest 6 years of my life. I am so blessed to have been a part of such a wonderful school and meet such amazing people. As I move on, I will never forget the people I have met or the great experiences I have had with them. Thank you all and God Bless.

been influential to the development of my character. Not the least of these elements is Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. Because I attended Holy Trinity, I now know countless things and people that I did not know before. Here, I have formed bonds with friends, teachers, and coaches. My experience at Holy Trinity has been invaluable and totally unique. The virtues of Holy Trinity, which impress upon every student, cannot be replicated anywhere else. Some of the other elements found within this fraction of the picture include my family, my friends, and my church. All of these, among numerous other figures in the photo, have shaped my life, and I thank them sincerely.


NEIL VAN ALLEN "Happiness is not something ready made, It comes from your own actions." - Dalai Lama

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've always kind of been in the background of the class of 2013. I've never been a sports star or an ace student. I don't throw parties and I don't keep up on the latest fashions. I've never been Reid Stockett, or Ryan Allison (a man can dream, can't he?). In fact, I'm not even sure I know everyone in my senior class. I'm okay with that. I

love being part of the scenery. I'm like a shrub. Shrubs are small and largely unnoticed. They don’t make much of an impact. But come on, who doesn't like shrubs? Because of that, I have a small group of friends who are, more or less, like me. But also because I am a shrub, I have other friends in all social circles. It's really a great place to be.

MATTHEW VICKERS "You don`t need to save the world to find meaning in life." - Persona 3 of man, and scrambling to do my outlines even though I always knew they were coming. Students of 2012’s AP Lang class, I apologize for the endless ramblings about zombie survival and the unlikely nuclear apocalypse. Throughout my years at Holy Trinity I’ve made lifelong friends, ones that have stuck with me through it all. Red Ball Pockett, you truly are a visionary in your own right. Andy Bomallama, I hope your career as a Pumologist takes off. Anselm and Christian, tell me really. “WHAT DAT IS!?” And K Dawg, thank you for mentoring me in the ways of Athletic Coverage. To all my friends, foes, and teachers at Holy Trinity I only want to say one thing. Good luck and have fun.

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ome of you know me as Vickers (and that’s all you’d need to know), some know me as Matthew, and others as Mattimaeus (Jungle Mundo too stronk). I came to Holy Trinity as a ninth grader and like any freshman I was cocky and just a bit too headstrong. Seniors Dylan Aust and Dylan Holmes whipped me into shape quick and showed me how great a school Holy Trinity is and that despite the rigorous academia you can still have an amazing time. I would like to thank Mr. Lovelace, Mrs. Tricano, and Mrs. Euziere for putting up with me, the experiences I had in your classrooms meant so much to me. I’ll miss the sassy conversations in yearbook, freezing frogs for the benefit

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BRIANNA-ROSE WAHY "Do your best, don't outsmart your common sense, never let your praying knees get lazy and love like crazy." - Lee Brice

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've spent over a decade at Holy Trinity and most that know me understand that the impact HT has had on my life is to big for 250 words to explain. Entering HT in the third grade, I came in as a pale, lanky eight-year-old who couldn't tell time! I think we all can look back and realize what a special place we have here at HT. Yes, it is a super small private prep school in little Melboring where we have to tuck in our shirts, but it has been so much more to me than that. To me it's a place where it's cooler to have goals than to not; where it's okay to be proud of working hard at a class instead of worrying about where to be partying this

RUBY WATTS "All it takes is faith and trust...and just a little bit of pixie dust." - Peter Pan

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t is so hard to sum up what seven years at this school means to me. I’ve come a long way from the sixth grade girl who first came to Holy Trinity with no friends and a bit of an identity crisis. Coming in as a sixth grader was very hard but I learned a lot about myself and about making friends. Junior high at the Upper School was when I really starting loving Holy Trinity. When I look back on my experiences here I realize there are so many things I am grateful for. I love walking down the hallways and rarely seeing a face I don’t recognize. I’ve had wonderful teachers who really care and have helped me succeed. I’ve had a fantastic time running five seasons of cross

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country. I’ve had so many amazing experiences with the people I met here, whether it be spending all my mornings with Karina and Mr. Herntier, enduring endless hours on buses with the cross country team, eating at Doubles with the Almost-Beachsiders, or “raging” in Joebed almost every weekend. I would like to thank Alex, Joe, and Calvin for always having my back; you guys really mean so much to me. A special thanks goes to all of my friends for truly making me love life. I think the most important thing I've learned about friendship is that it’s not about where you are and what you are doing, but who you are with. Thank you for everything, Holy Trinity.

weekend and where students actually love to hang out in the front office. To me it's where I began my sports career, dressed as a famous Floridian, got my first and only detention, was the only one who couldn’t memorize the Preamble, and stayed up all night at Great American, learned how many laps make a mile, was part of a winning State, went New Balance Nationals and NXN with Julie and Mackenzie, started my first job and learned how many places offer cheap food with Karina, and finally in twelfth grade I learned when you begin to appreciate what you have it usually means you’re grown up and ready to move on.


KRISTOF WEISS "Speed never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you." - Jeremy Clarkson

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was born on July 26, 1994. I can remember the first day of sixth grade like it was yesterday. Walking in on the first day to a new school was a unique feeling. Throughout my time at HT I have met many friends that I will never forget. I have had a lot of good memories while I've been at HT. I will treasure these moments forever. I would like to give a special shout-out to Adam Baugher for sharing my passion of cars and giving me motivation and competition. My time at HT has been great, now it's time to move on to the next chapter of my life.

ANDREW WIN "In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on." - Robert Frost experiences I've had with my teachers have helped shape what has been an amazing seven years at HT. I would like to also thank all my friends that I've stayed with and gained all these years, for these experiences wouldn't have been the same without all of you. Finally, I would like to thank my parents for being most supportive and caring ever since I was introduced to the world; I couldn't have survived without you both. As I start the next chapter of my life, it saddens me deeply that my time here is coming to an end. It pains me to say this, but it must be done: Good bye Holy Trinity, and thanks for all the memories. seniors

may have been born in South Africa (in case you didn't already know), and I may have traveled around the world and back, but I have never felt more at home than in Florida and at Holy Trinity. I started my journey at HT back in the sixth grade, and what an incredible experience it has been. Many thanks are needed for everything that has enriched my time here. First, a thank you is required to all the wonderful teachers I've had. Whether it was listening to Mrs. Fletcher's craziness, surviving AP Bio with Mr. Chiarella, laboring through BC Calculus with Mrs. Rouse, or riding the vomitron and witnessing Mr. Herntier's infamous can trick (yes, it actually exits), the

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MOST ARTISTIC

BEST SMILE

VERONICA PANNICIA / DOLAN BORTNER

MOST ATHLETIC

IZZY CARMONA / MARQUES BURGMAN

MEGAN MCCREERY / CHRIS SUCHOSKI

MOST LIKELY TO WIN A NOBEL PRIZE GABRIELA AGUILO-SEARA / ANDREW WIN

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NATALIA HERNANDEZ-PRYSZLAK ALEX THEODOTDU

DRAMA KING/QUEEN

MADDIE KISSELL / TANNER CROUCH


MOST LIKELY TO HAVE A TALK SHOW

MCKENZIE DUMMER / TRISTAN KATTENBERG

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MCKENZIE ALTMAN / JOSE PAZMINO

IDANIS PEREZ-ALVAREZ / JOE TORKELSON

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JULIE BROWN / MICHAEL BOYLE

BEST TO BRING HOME TO PARENTS SAVANNAH HICKS / MICAH MORGAN

BEST EXCUSE FOR ABSENCE BRIANNA WAHY ALLEN BRITTEN

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All photos listed from left to right. First Row: Breanna Lewis, Abby Easterday, Adam Baugher, Alex Brown, Alex Theodotou, Alexis Joseph Second Row: McKenzie Altman, Alyssa Chapman, Nick Hamer, Brandon Collins, Patrick Black, Michael Boyle Third Row: Brooke Preston, Calvin Quigley, Casey Nierenberg, Cheng Chang, Chris Suchoski, Conner Frost, Corey Smith, Danielle Hennessy-Wack, Dylon Collins Fourth Row: Corey Smith, Danielle Hennessy-Wack, Dylon Collins, Dolan Bortner, Mackenzie Dummer, Emily Jameson Fifth Row: Erica Diamond, Evelyn Bao, Lauren Ferarra, Bobby Forman, Peter Fuentes, Gabriela Aguilo-Seara Sixth Row: Wil Gibson, Johnny Gomez Seventh Row: Sophie Rousseau, Taylor Crook, Ryan McKeone

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All photos listed from left to right. First Row: Gustaf Stangel, Izzy Carmona, Jack Olinde, James Befanis, Julie Brown, Joe Cronin Second Row: Joe Torkelson, Kaleigh Leeney, Karina Mann, Krista Staefe, Shuhan Li, Lily Li Third Row: Andrew Win, Maddy Kissell, Marques Burgman, Megan Bernier, Micah Morgan, Ruby Watts Fourth Row: Munashe Chinyanganya, Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak, Neil Van Allen, Nina Ma, Kathryn Pentz, Jose Pazmino Fifth Row: PJ Rodriguez, Ryan Collins, Reid Stockett, Ryan Allison, Savannah Hicks, Sean Carroll, Sixth Row: Tristen Kattenberg, Tanner Crouch, Christian Teather, Seventh Row: Ally Neutze, Veronica Paniccia, Vashti Shwimangal

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Tanner, You are our little miracle from God! We are so proud of your many accomplishments not only academically but your strong moral character, compassion for others, and zest for life. We are grateful to the HTEA family, your friends and family members who have mentored you through the years helping you to become the outstanding young man you are. We pray the next step in your journey leads you to making wise choices with the determination and pride you take in everything you do! God's best for you is yet to come. We love you so very much, Mom and Dad

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KRISTASTAEFE Dear Krista, You have been the light of my life from the day you were born. I am so proud of the woman you have become. I know you will succeed in anything you do. Find what you love and do it. I wish you love and happiness. You are always in my heart. “My wish, for you, is that this life becomes all that you want it to, Your dreams stay big, and your worries stay small, You never need to carry more than you can hold, And while you’re out there getting where you’re getting to, I hope you know somebody loves you, and wants the same things too, Yeah, this, is my wish.” LOVE, MOM “Oh the places you’ll go! There is fun to be done! There are points to be scored. There are games to be won. And the magical things you can do with that ball will make you the winning-est winner of all.” Dr. Seuss We are so proud of who you are and where you will go. From Jammie Girl to Graduate. You are an inspiration to our entire family, especially to your adoring cousins! There is certainly lots more fun to be done!! Congratulations Krista~ we love you!! Todd, Jodi, Corey and Kevin Our dearest Krista, Where does the time go...? We’ve watched you grow from an adorable and sweet little girl into a beautiful and mature teen.Because we are separated by miles, our time together is even more precious. Thanks to your adoring Mom and everyone at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, you have had an excellent upbringing and education to prepare you to face the challenges of college life. We are so proud of you and love you very much, Grandpa and GranJan

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JOETORKELSON Dear Joe, You bless our lives with your quiet strength, your calm spirit and your unique sense of humor. We are so proud of you. Enjoy the journey and remember to pray for God’s guidance along the way. We love you, Mom, Dad and Stacey

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PATRICK BLACK Patrick: We are very proud of the young man you have become, your strength of character and most of all your sense of humor. Keep on smiling, trust your instincts. The whole world is ahead of you, enjoy! “Be more concerned with you character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.� Love, Mom, Dad and Victoria


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ANDREWBAEZ Andrew, We are so fortunate to have you as our son! You are a blessing to us always. Know how proud we are of you and all your hard work and accomplishments! These will allow you to achieve great things in life. Thank you for all the laughter and joy you bring to us. Congratulations! You’ll be in our hearts for always! Love, Mom and Dad, Rachel, Thomas, & Jessica

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JESSICALYNCH Dear Jessie, WOW, we can’t believe our once 4lb 9oz cutie is finishing high school already! We wish we could do it all over again. You have brought so much joy to our family with your unending giggles:) We are so proud of you & wish you the very best at college. Dad, Mom, Mikey & Danny love you tons!

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BRIANFIELDSON Brian, We are so proud of all that you have accomplished and how hard you have worked. We know that you have a great future ahead of you! We love you, Mom, Dad, and Patrick

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MICHAELCACCIATORE “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.” - Henry David Thoreau We are so proud of you. You have worked so hard. Be sure to enjoy the journey, give thanks, and may God bless you and always keep you safe. We love you - Mom, Dad, Andrew, and Johnny

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KRISTOFWEISS You’ve been Mr. Piggy Man, the red-headed step-child, and a member of the 5 Musketeers. But through it all, you’ve been YOU, and we couldn’t be more proud! Best of luck & much love from the Richards and the Shaders!

KRISTOFWEISS Congrats. You have finished your first mile on the road of life. May the rest of your journey be filled with fun and exciting twists and turns intermixed with safe and smooth straightaways. Love, Dad, Brad, Mama and Papa

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Veronica, We are so proud of the young woman that you have become. You will be successful in the future because you are talented and intelligent. Remain true to yourself and remember that we will always love you. You are a blessing from God. Thank you for making all of our lives more interesting by being part of this family. Muchos besitos! Mami, Vanessa, Abi and Bebe.

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May the sun shine, all day long, everything go right, and nothing wrong. May those you love bring love back to you, and may all the wishes you wish come true! ~Irish Blessing Courage, character, boundless energy, and zeal... these attributes will carry you far. Keep humble and “no digas mentiras!� We love you and are so proud of your years at Holy Trinity. Love, Mami, Papi, and Gabo

CHENGCHANG This is Cheng. He is the best! We are very happy he became part of our family. Cheryl, Jeff and Nick Hamer

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ALYSSACHAPMAN Alyssa, We are so proud of you for being an EXTREME Cheerleader/Dancer and always standing up for what is right. Always remember the words written on the wall in your bedroom: Integrity, Courage, Judgment, Loyalty, Justice, Knowledge, Initiative, Dependability and Enthusiasm for these are the words you live by. Your incredible determination, strength, and passion for everything you do are not traits learned but rather traits that are deep rooted within a person. We know you will do great things! “The difference between impossible and the possible lies in a person’s determination.” Tommy Lasorda God, we have given her a foundation, may Your presence always be with her! We Love You, Dad,Mom,Andrea and Aaron

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JULIEBROWN Julie, You are a beautiful daughter, inside and out. We are so proud of you and are excited to see what God has planned for you. Congratulations! We love you! Dad, Mom and Jay Jeremiah 29:11

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SEANCARROLL “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” -Dr. Seuss And you’re going places, big brother! I am so proud of you! Love, Tara

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SEANCARROLL Sean; From the moment you could express yourself the world was yours to question. Not only did we encounter "why" but many times it was "why not ?" As you grew, the questions changed but your curiosity never did. These past six years at Holy Trinity we have watched you become an extraordinary young man. You have displayed that same sense of wonder that possessed you as a little boy. You consistently challenged yourself in the classroom, on the fields, and on the stage. May you continue to do so! We are incredibly proud of you! God bless Sean William. Love, Mom, Dad and Tara "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." Ralph Waldo Emerson

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CHRIS SUCHOSKI Chris, We are so proud of you!! You are an amazing young man! We could not ask for a more caring, hardworking and loving son! We wish you all the best as you move on to your college years and beyond! Love, Mom, Rick, Dad and Sherry

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TAYLORCROOK “Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do, than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails...” -H.J. Brown Taylor, We are so proud of who you are, what you have accomplished, and what you believe. We love and adore you. Mom, Dad, Nana, Cassidy and Matt.

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LOGANLENHARD Congratulations Logan! We feel very blessed to have you for a son. Your journey from boyhood to manhood has gone by too quickly. Dreams really do come true if you reach for the stars and allow God to guide you. We love you very much and are so proud of you. Mom, Dad, Paul, Colin, Tiger, Kahlula and Clover

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Maddy, watching you grow up has gone by so quickly it's hard to believe your High School Graduation is here. Throughout the years you've shown us all your passion, determination, character and love of life. Thoughout it all you've done it all with a song and a smile. We all Love you so much and are excited to see your upcoming chapters unfold. Dad, Marci, Spencer

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Emily, We love you so much, and are extremely proud of the beautiful, kind spirited, vivacious young woman you have become. We know that with God you will accomplish all that you set your mind too. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for our hairtwirling baby. We love you Mom, Dad, Meg, Amy

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SAVANNAHHICKS Savannah, We could not be more blessed by and proud of all that you are. Through your strong work ethic and good choices, you have reached big dreams. May you cont inue to be a true champion, and make a positive difference in the lives of those you touch. Always be true to yourself, live generously, and hold on to your faith! Love, Mom, Dad, Jennifer & Lizzy

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Dear Jack, What an amazing journey it has been from that early morning in New Orleans when you came into our lives to the wonderful young man you are today. We are so very proud of who you have become and we can’t wait to see where life takes you. Love, Mom and Dad

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Jack, You are a great big brother and friend. We’ll miss you! Nick, Hunter, and Matthew

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MEGAN BERNIER Dear Megan, We love you so very much and are so proud of you. You are truly a wonderful person and just a great daughter and sister! We know you will be successful in college and in life. May God bless you and keep you safe always. With much love, Mom, Dad, Jenna, Alex and of course Spot, Bella & Benji

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Dear Danielle, You deserve the world. Always believe in yourself as there is nothing you can’t accomplish with the determination, intelligence, and amazing abilities you possess. We have truly been blessed with getting to watch you grow into such a successful young lady. The high standards and upstanding morals you have set for yourself are a recipe for a very bright future. Remember you deserve the very best and settle for nothing less! You will always have the love of your family and we are so proud of the beautiful person you have become. Love, Mom, Dad, Bob, Mamoo, Bee, Jack, Brian and Jeff

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RYANMCKEONE Congratulations Ryan! May your dreams take you to the highest of your hopes, to the windows of your opportunities, and to the most special places your heart has ever known - WE LOVE YOU, mom & dad

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RUbYWATTS ”Donuts: is there anything they can’t do?” - Homer Simpson Apparently not, since they make up about 95% of you! We’re super proud of you, Rhubarb. Can’t wait to see what you’ll do next. Love, Mom, Dad, Nina and Napoleon

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Ryan, You are such a wonderful, amazing and compassionate person. We are extremely proud of the person you have become. You have brought so much happiness to us in our lives. We look forward to watch you grow as you enter into the next chapter of your life! Congratulations on all your academic and athletic achievements while attending Holy Trinity. We love you very much! Love Mom, Dad and Matthew


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CASEYNIERENBERG It went too fast! You are my Blessing and my Joy! So proud and excited to see you growing into the wonderfully Sensitive and Smart Man you are. Most of all I’ll miss the Laughter! xxx Mom

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CHRISTIAN TEATHER You have grown into an amazingly strong, good soul, Christian! We’re so proud of your focus on what is good in life. Carry your beautiful sense of kindness and ethics with you always and happiness will continue to be yours! We love you! Mom, Dad, and Anselm

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Dolan, your first day of kindergarten seems like yesterday’s memory and now you are graduating from highschool and preparing for college! Our greatest prayer is that you wisely use the talents the Lord has given you. Strive to do your best in everything, and never set limits! Be an inspiration to others, and most of all, never forget how much you are loved! Love Dad, Mom, and Brenna

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Enjoy all the new opportunities that come with your future with the same zest that you have always had for life. As you continue to journey through life, never forget your faith, family, and friends. Always have fun! Love, Mom, Dad, Luke, and Darby

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SHUHAN LI Dear Shuhan, We are so glad you are now a senior, and we miss you since you are so far away from us. You are such a wonderful daughter and we are really happy that your life at HT is happy. We only have you and we really don`t want you to leave us to go to such a far away country to continue your high school education. However, we`ll always support your idea, and you are always the best child in our heart. From Dad, Mom

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"Men of genius are admired; men of wealth are envied; men of power are feared; but only men of character are trusted." - Unknown We couldn't be more proud of the person you've become. Best of luck as you enter your next chapter in life. We know you will succeed and can't wait to celebrate your future accomplishments. Love always, Mom, Cristy, and Blitz

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NEILROBINSON So very proud of you Neil! Keep making great choices, and all those steps will lead you to great places.

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KARINAMANN We are fortunate to have you as our daughter. You are a gift that has taught us much. With your thirst for knowledge and dedication you will go far in leading a truthful and honest life. We are very proud of you. God bless you in all your endeavors, Mom and Dad

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KALEIGHLEENEY Kaleigh, We have always known that you would be successful in life. Congratulations on your graduation! We love you, Mom and Dad Kaleigh, Watching you grow over the years has been an amazing thing to see. Love always, Robbie and Kayty Kaleigh, I’m so proud of everything you have accomplished in your life thus far and all the things that you have planned. Love, best friend and bestest sister, Toni

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CALVIN QUIGLEY Calvin we are so proud of you. Thank you for being such a hero for our family: big and strong, kind and sensitive, smart and funny, brave and valiant, so much more. You are absolutely everything grateful parents and adoring siblings could ever hope for Thank you, thank you, thank you! Congratulations young graduate! As you look ahead to a wonderfully bright future know how much we love you. You’ll go on in front once more, and your loving family will follow, cheering you on and beaming! Love Mom and Dad and Laken, Henry, Aidan, Claire, Isabelle and Declan Dear Cal - You are a wonderful #1 grandson. We think you are just about perfect in every way. Keep working hard and doing only the best. You are on your way to accomplish great things and bring joy and love to many. Know you will always be in our daily prayers. We honor and admire you - BeBe and PopPop Calvinovitch, We were so excited to have you as our first grandson....some 48 grandchildren later.... we are now so proud of our first High School Senior! Calvin, you have come from a cute little blondie to a man sized Quigley and we are so looking forward to your future! love, Godad and Grandma Munns

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ERICADIAMOND Erica, Our lives changed forever 18 years ago when we were blessed with you. Every single day since then you have brought love and joy into our lives and into the lives of everyone you meet. You are truly beautiful inside and out. God has blessed you with so many gifts – linguistic, artistic, musical and athletic. We admire your independent spirit, love for travel, zest for knowledge and most of all, your kind heart. You have never failed to make us proud and we know this will still be true as you continue life’s journey to college and beyond. We know the future holds many great things for you! Much love, Mom, Dad & Caitlin

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ALLENBRITTEN Allen-we are all so proud of you. You have only begun to travel down your life’s path. I know you’ll go far! Thanks for being the MVP on “Team Britten” all these years. We couldn’t have done it without you.

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Nick, we are so proud of the fine young man you have become. From the first moment we held you, you captured our hearts. Son, you are truly a gift from God. Your future is bright. We wish you joy, love, great friendships, good health and a long and prosperous life. Love, Mom and Dad “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13

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IZZYCARMONA Izzy, It's been such a big and thrilling ride for us with you all these years. Through it all your strength and spirit have been awesome to behold. We will greatly miss your energy and smile but are excited for you and look with great anticipation for what's in store. Love Mom, Pops, Jo, Sophia & Reuben

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MICAHMORGAN Our Dearest Micah, Only yesterday we were bringing you home from the hospital, our bundle of joy! You have brought endless blessings to all who know you as a true friend, loving brother, and wonderful son. Thank you for being the young man God has made you to be. “In his heart a man makes his plans, but the Lord numbers his steps.� All our Love Mom, Dad, and Caleb

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COLEOLIVER Cole, we are so proud of your hard work, committment to excellence and character. Our prayer is that you will bring glory to God in all that you do. "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight." Proverb 3:5&6. We love you! Mom, Dad, Shea & Chase

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Dear Gabriela, Listening to you ask Santa at three years old if you could go to school five days instead of three, we knew that learning is what you love to do. Watching you seek knowledge, create in every moment, and reach for all you are today, has been one of the greatest gifts of our lives. You face every experience in life with no limits on what you will achieve. You offer each moment with the uniqueness of who you are, and nothing less. This is what has allowed you to become the amazing young lady you are today. We are so proud of you and feel honored and blessed to have been here to watch you and guide you. We will be with you wherever you go, cheering you on, and forever loving you, as you continue on with your journey. We wish you a life filled with peace, health, curiosity, and success. Whatever you do, “do it Gabi’s way!” We love you, Mommy, Daddy, Marisa, and Francisco (as much as a circle.)

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A sweet young boy once wrote “ I am smart, I am athletic, I am brave, I wish to go to a great college, I dream of being tall, I plan to have a great life and that I believe and love God”. That sweet young boy is now a wonderful young man. You have grown up to have a caring heart who thinks of others first. You have a bright brilliant smile that lights up our world. You’ve worked hard for many years to become a great student and athlete. We are so proud of the man that you have become! “A loving heart is the truest wisdom” Charles Dickens. You are a blessing and we love you very much! Mom, Dad and Timmy

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Dear Joe, You've always been our "go-to" guy who we can count on for any task. You're thoughtful, steadfast, smart, loving, and strong. We know you can accomplish whatever you set your mind to. Always strive for the best and settle for no less. You will always have our confidence and love. Love, Mom & Dad

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Munashe my love, Soar like an Eagle on Angels’s wings. We are so proud of you. Love Mom & Tariro

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UPPER SCHOOLclubs ACADEMIC TEAM

BOOK CLUB

1st Row: Star Ao (11), Fiona Guo (11), Jack Olinde (12), Isabela Rovira (11), Charles Yaun (11) Not Pictured: Nick Belsten (10), Katy Pentz (12), Justin Qiu (11), Shuhan Li (12) Advisers: Mrs. Alison Bell & Mrs. Ann Rouse

1st Row: Cassidy NcNair (8), Evan Killion (8), Claire Layton (8), Abi Dandapani (8), Peter Laser (8), Kelly Davis (8) 2nd Row: Adriana Dudley (8) , Emily Gallini (8), Jodie Lookenbill (8) Adviser: Mrs. Kathy Peters

CHAPEL LEADERS BROADCAST 1st Row: Casey Neirenberg (12), James Befanis (12), James Reinman (10), Tanner Crouch (12), Bobby Forman (12), Cole Oliver (12), Jake Bacon (11) 2nd Row: Aliyah Stephans (11), Gabriela Aguila-Siera, McKenzie Altman (12), Ally Neutze (12), Emily Jameson (12), Abby Easterday (12), Morgan Zuchowski (11) Adviser: Mr. Jim Hale

1st Row: Ben Perry (10), Nick Belsten (10), Dolan Bortner (12), Patrick Black (12), Bobby Forman (12), Nick Hamer (12), Allie Knodel (11), Hunter Altman (9) 2nd Row: Jay Brown (10), Katy Pentz (12), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Lauren Ferrara (12), Gabriela Aguilo:Seara (12), Laura Bell (9), PJ Rodriguez (12) Not Pictured: Mackenzie Dummer (12), Alexis Joseph (12), Alyssa Chapman (12), Shuhan Li (12), Ally Neutze (12), Megan McCreery (12), Joe Torkelson (12), Reid Stockett (12), James Befanis (12), McKenzie Altman (12), Marques Burgman (12), Will Gibson (12), Michael Cacciatore (12), Brianna Wahy (12), Matthew Vickers (12), Sean Carroll (12), Jill Zhang (11), Charles Yuan (11), Hojoon Choi (11), Justin Qiu (11), Lydia Kucera (11), Aliyah Stephens (11), Sydney Farrish (11), Katherine Hess (11), Mary Lewis (11), Joya Collins (11), McKenna Ville (10), Faith Valenti (10), Kaley Stirtzinger (10), Andrew Cacciatore (10), Daniel Welch (10), Remy Rudd (10), Ravenel Rudd (10), Julian Gardner (10), Nate Hermann (10), Baylee Whitley (9), Mason Baughan (9) Adviser: Rev. Joy Willard-Williford

CHEMISTRY CLUB 1st Row: Isaac Furtney (11), Kendall Kara (11), Brent Allard (11), Trey Ville (11), Jared Davis (11), Charles Barger (11), Kerry Sweeney (11), Jack Olinde (12), Matt Allison (11), Christina Darwish (12) Adviser: Mrs. Jolene Irvine

COOKING CLUB

EQUESTRIAN CLUB

1st Row: Ali Knodel (11), Julie Wolrath (10), Catie Sergis (11), Jack Olinde (12), Alex Theodotou (12), Calvin Quigley (12) 2nd Row: Rachel Cantelou (11), Chandler Sutherland (11), Aliyah Stephens (11), Emily Jameson (12), Idi Perez-Alvarez (12), Ruby Watts (12) Not Pictured: MacKenzie Dummer (12), Brianna Wahy (12), Sydney Sergis (9), Daryth Gayles (11), Gabi Gayles (11), Stacy Torkelson (9), Cole Oliver (12), Coleman Sperando (12), McKenzie Altman (12 ) Adviser: Mrs. Jessica Kelce

1st Row: Bre Lewis (12), Kim Fiore (11), Megan Bernier (12), Georgie Tiarks (11) Adviser: Mrs. Cathy Rodby

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FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES

FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1st Row: Lydia Kucera (11), Megan Bernier (11), Erica Diamond (11), Georgie Tiarks (11) Not Pictured: Calvin Quigley (12), Katy Pentz (12) Adviser: Mrs. Gisele Doucet

1st Row: Katy Pentz (12), Idanis Perez (12), Ally Neutze (12), Micah Morgan (12), Nick Hamer (12) PJ Rodriguez (11), Not Pictured: Lydia Kucera (11), Megan McCreery (12), Michael Cacciatore (12), Cole Oliver (12), Joe Torkelson (12), Grafton Page (10) Adviser: Rev. Joy Willard-Williford

FRENCH CLUB 1st Row: Alex Theodotou (12), Megan Bernier (12), Erica Diamond (12), Georgie Tiarks (11), Victoria Clark (11) Not Pictured: Anush Bostanjian (10), Christina Darwish (12), Jessica Schreader (11), Lydia Kucera (11), Lauren Petrosky (12), Brooke Preston (12) Alex Radke (11), Jessica Lynch (12), Calvin Quigley (12), Katy Pentz (12 ), Kiara Barrett (10), Anna Darwish (8), Alexa Szachacs (9), Stuti Mishra (9), Adviser: Madame Doucet

HEIFER INTERNATIONAL 1st Row: Gaby Gayles (11), Daryth Gayles (11), Allie Knodel (11), Rachel Cantelou (11), Morgan Zuchowski (11) 2nd Row: Hannah Shuman (11), Chandler Sutherland (11), Aliyah Stephans (11), Sydney Sutherland (11 Adviser: Mrs. Susan Welch

HELPING HANDS 1st Row: Rachel Motro (12), Megan Bernier(12), Erica Diamond (12), Krista Staefe (12) Adviser: Mrs. Jennifer Sharpe

HONOR COUNCIL 1st Row: McKenzie Kilborne (10), Julie Brown (12), Karina Mann (12) 2nd Row: Ben McManus (11), Kailey Fischer (11), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Katherine Hess (11), Sean Carroll (12) Not Pictured: Kaley Stirtzinger (10) Advisers: Mrs. Cyndi Buist & Mr. James Phillips

INTERACT 1st Row: Gaby Gayles (11), Daryth Gayles (11), Rachel Cantelou (11), Allie Knodel (11), Aliyah Stephans (11), Chandler Sutherland (11) Adviser: Mrs. Meredith Rae

JH HONOR COUNCIL

1st Row: Thomas Guyton (8), Hannah Lee (8), Sara Braddock (8), Gabriel Perez-Alvarez (8), Claire Layton (8), Paris Wiechecki Vergara (8), Abirami Dandapani (8) Not Pictured: Stevye Rose (8), Emma Cleveland (8) Adviser: Mrs. Sharon Biscardi

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1st Row: Noelle Lewis (8), Zoha Irfan (8), John Cacciatore (7), Abi Dandapani (7), Kelly Davis (7) Not Pictured: Alexis Kirby (8), Tristin Kott (8) Advisers: Mrs. Kari Ramos & Mrs. Anne Lahr


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LATIN NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

1st Row: Zach Ullian (11), Allie Knodel (11), Megan McCreery (12), Katherine Hess (11), Kaley Stirtzinger (10) 2nd Row: Nick Beltsen (10), Christian Teather (12), Cameron Osman (11), Karina Mann (12), Jennifer Ryan (10) Advisers: Mrs. Melissa Euziere & Mrs. Lara Duguid

1st Row: Rachel Motro (11), Kim Fiore (10), Katherine Hess (10), Christian Teather (11), Karina Mann (11), Rachel Cantelou (10), Julie Brown (11) 2nd Row: Jack Olinde (11), Savannah Hicks (11), Jenna Hindsley (11), Isaac Furtney (10), Sean Carroll (11), Caroline Hament (12), Tori Glaubitz (11), Brian Fieldson (11) Not Pictured: Jared Davis (10), Ahsan Rashid (10) Adviser: Mrs. Silvana Wilbur

LATIN CLUB 1st Row : Nick Belsten (10), Michael Ferrara (8), Natalie Rolls (10), Emma Rylander (10), Sara Ashley (10), Remy Rudd (10), Bryce Wahy (8), Zach Elmaghraby (8), Sabrina Webb (8), Sarah Braddock (8), Ajay Das (8), Hunter Olinde (8) 2nd Row : Katherine Hess (11), Jay Brown (10), Jennifer Hicks (10), Victoria Zeger (10), Caroline Hicks (10), McKenna Greene (9), Tori Glaubitz (12), Danielle Thomas (10), Kim Fiore (11), Julie Wollrath (10), Lucy Thomas (9), Zoha Irfan (9), Natalie Mercaldo (9), Kenzie Farrish (8), Kelly Cantelou (8), John Moon (8) 3rd Row: Isaac Furtney (11), Lindsey Webb (10), Savannah Hicks (12), Bilal Farooqui (9), Denis Koksal:Rivet (10), Aamir Rashid (10), Jimmy Reinman (10), Nick Olinde (12), Neil Robinson (12), Summer Rydson (10), Noah Benjamin (9), Allen Britten (12), Jack Olinde (12), Brian Fieldson (12), Robert Morgan (11), Christian Teather (12), Sean Carroll (12), Ahsan Rashid (11), Eric Jaffe (8) Adviser: Mrs. Sylvanna Wilbur

MARTIAL ARTS CLUB 1st Row: Cindy Hall (8), Hojoon Choi (11), Christian Castellon (9), Pavlos Pavlakos (9), Eric Oleen (10), Kelly Davis (8), Jarod Smith (9) Adviser: Mr. Russell Deatherage

MU ALPHA THETA 1st Row : Stuti Mishra (9), Joye Oni (9), Megan Moisand (11), Gabriela Aguilo-Seara (12), Abby Easterday (12), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Alexander Theodotou (12), Ruby Watts (12) 2nd Row : Jay Brown (12), Jore Oni (9), Matthew Levy (9), Joanna Jara (10), Megan Bernier (12), Erin Magee (10), Pavlos Pavlakos (9), Eric Oleen (10), James Befanis (12), Christian Teather (12) 3rd Row: Lindsey Webb (10), Alyssa Chapman (12), Jenna Hindsley (12), Rachel Motro (12), Dolan Bortner (12), Isaac Furtney (11), Joon Choi (11), Jack Olinde (12), Sean Carroll (12), Calvin Quigley (12) Not Pictured : Matthew Allison (11), Ryan Allison (12), Star Ao (11), Nicholas Belsten (10), Patrick Black (12), John Bohne (11), Julie Brown (12), Alex Brown (12), Michael Cacciatore (12), Andrew Cacciatore (10), Tanner Crouch (12), Tori Glaubitz (12), Fiona Guo (11), Meredith Haley (10), Nathaniel Herman (10), Katherine Hess (11), Savannah Hicks (12), Jace Hogan (11), Tristan Kattenberg (12), Denis Koksal:Rivet (10), Charles Yuan (11), Lydia Kucera (11), Shuhan Li (12), Karina Mann (12), Alyssa Nelson (10), Phoebe Nimocks (11), Claire Patten (10), Justin Qiu (11), Aamir Rashid (11), Jessica Schreader (11), Coleman Sperando (12), Kaley Stirtzinger (10), Chris Suchoski (12), Jian Tang (10), Trawick Ville (11), Andrew Win (12), Samuel Woods (10), Adela Yang (10), Frank Zou (10) Advisers: Mr. Matthew Dopira & Mr. Aaron Pishalski

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NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY 1st Row : Lily Li (12), Breanna Lewis (12), Vashti Shiwmangal (12), Sumayya Mujeeb (12), Lauren Petrosky (12), Gabrielle Gayles (11), Daryth Gayles (11), Rachel Cantelou (11) 2nd Row: Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Rachel Motro (12), Kim Fiore (11), Katy Pentz (12), Dolan Bortner (12), Veronica Paniccia (12), Gabriela AguiloSeara (12), Jessica Lynch (12), Victoria Glaubitz (12) Adviser: Mrs. Cathy Rodby

NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY 1st Row – Megan Moisand (11), Phoebe Nimocks (11), Ally Neutze (12), Ben McManus (11), Ruby Watts (12), Veronica Paniccia (12), Danielle Hennesy:Wack (12), Evan Enders (11), Andrew Win (12), Lauren Petrosky (12), McKenzie Altman (12), Kendall Kara (11), Rachel Cantelou (11) 2nd Row : Katy Pentz (12), Kaleigh Brammer (11), Alyssa Chapman (12), Megan McCreery (12), Dolan Bortner (12), James Befanis (12), Tanner Crouch (12), Kailey Fischer (11), Isabella Greenspoon (11), Emily Jameson (12), Gabriella Aguillo-Seara (12) 3rd Row – Julie Brown (12), Joey Rain (11), Jack Olinde (12), Ryan Allison (12), Jared Davis (11), Isaac Furtney (11), Bobby Forman (12), Micah Morgan (12), Michael Cacciatore (12), Daniel O’Brien (11), Hannah Shuman (11), Mackenzie Dummer (12), Christina Darwish (12) Not Pictured – Megan Bernier (12), Patrick Black (12), Alex Brown (12), Sean Carroll (12), Erica Diamond (12), Daryth Gayles (11), Gabrielle Gayles (11), Tori Glaubitz (12), Katherine Hess (11), Lydia Kucera (11), Shuhan Li (12), Karina Mann (12), Sumi Mujeeb (12), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Ahsan Rashid (11), Isabela Rovira (11), Vashti Shiwmangal (12), Coleman Sperando (12), Spencer Sperando (11), Christian Teather (12), Matthew Vickers (12) Advisers : Mrs. Judy Baxter & Mrs. Valerie Williams

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY *TOP PHOTO 1st Row: Natalia HernandezPryszlak (12), Lily Li (12), Megan Bernier (12), Kailey Fischer (11), Alexandera Knodel (11), Rachel Cantelou (11), Chelsea Pruitt (11) 2nd Row: Joe Cronin (12), Kristof Weiss (12), Megan Moisand (11), Alyssa Chapman (12), Mackenzie Dummer (12), Danielle Hennessey:Wack (12), Gabriela Aguilo:Seara (12), Erica Diamond (12), Kaleigh Leeney (12) 3rd Row: Jared Davis (11), James Befanis (12), Isaac Furtney (11), Brian Fieldson (12), Veronica Paniccia (12), Rachel Motro (12), Jenna Hindsley (12), Krista Staefe (12), Dolan Bortner (12), Jack Olinde (12)

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Not Pictured : Ryan Allison (12), Evelyn Bao, Kaleigh Brammer (11), Alexander Brown (12), Julie Brown (12), Marques Burgman (12), Michael Cacciatore (12), Tanner Crouch (12), Christina Darwish (12), Sydney Farrish (12), Lauren Ferrara (12), Kimberly Fiore (11), Robert Forman (12), Conner Frost (12), Daryth Gayles (11), Gabrielle Gayles (11), Victoria Glaubitz (12), Savannah Hicks, Lydia Kucera, Shuhan Li, Jessica Lynch, Nina Ma, Karina Mann, Megan McCreery, Ryan McKeone, Sumayya Mujeeb, Allie Neutze, Daniel O’Brien, Cole Oliver, Claire Patten, Jose Pazmino, Brooke Preston (12), Joseph Rain (11), Joshua Rain (11), Ahsan Rashid (11), PJ Rodriguez (12), Isabela Rovira (11), Vashti Shiwmangal (12), Hannah Shuman (11), Coleman Sperando (12), Spencer Sperando (11), Christopher Suchoski (12), Matthew Vickers (12), Trawick Ville (11), Brianna:Rose Wahy (12), Andrew Win (12) Advisers: Mr. Matthew Dopira & Mrs. Arlene Sutherland

honor societies / clubs

*BOTTOM PHOTO 1st Row: Isabella Greenspoon (11), McKenzie Altman (12), Emily Jameson (12), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Calvin Quigley (12), Ruby Watts (12), Dylan Collins (12) 2nd Row: Kendall Kara (11), Katherine Hess (11), Katy Pentz (12), Abigail Easterday (12), Munashe Chinyanganya (12), Madeline Kissell (12), Joseph Torkelson (12), Adam Baugher (12), Andrew Baez (12) 3rd Row: Micah Morgan (12), Patrick Black (12), Nicholas Hamer (12), Sean Carroll (12), Victor Rahner (12), Christian Teather (12), Alexander Theodotou (12), Tyler Espling (12), Brandon Collins (12)


UPPER SCHOOLclubs

NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY 1st Row : Enak Alfonso (8), Sarah Braddock (8), Lauren Stevens (8), Sara Shamlin (8), Darby Dummer (8), Samantha Folio (8), Sabrina Webb (8), Zoe Perkins (8), Emily Gallini (8), Kyle Nelson (8), Ajay Das (8), Izzy Riffe (8) 2nd Row : Stephanie Hendren (Teacher), John Cacciatore (8), Baylee Whitley (9), Claire Layton (8), Stuti Mishra (9), Maggie Funk (9), Abbey McHenry (8), Michael Ferrara (8), Giselle Spicer (8), Stevye Rose (8), Adriana Dudley (8), Kelly Davis (8), Kristian DelRosario (9) 3rd Row : Barrett Hess (9), Brandon Boyd (9), Eric Jaffe (8), Dana Dziadul (9), Mackenzie Wills (8), Gabriel Perez:Alvarez, Laura Bell (9), Jamie Perry (8), Hunter McKee (8), Paris Wiechecki:Vergara (8), Shaun Shiwmangal (8), Emilio Roig (8), Juliana Cally (9), Lucy Thomas (9) Not Pictured : Abi Dandapani (8), Anna Barger (8), Anna Darwish (8), Austin Dunlop (8), Brandon Boyd (9), Charity Selby (8), Cindy Hall (8), Dale McGoohan (9), Egan Kattenberg (8), Emma Cleveland (8), Giana Gayles (8), Hailey Vice (9), Hannah Ferris (9), Hannah Lee (8), Harvey Jenkins (8), Henry Quigley (8), Hunter Olinde (8), Isabella Riffe (8), Jacob Kriner (9), Jodie Lookenbill (8), John Wills (8), Josh Moisand (9), Justin Ganiban (9), Kelly Cantelou (8), Kenzie Farrish (8), Kevin Fee (9), Lela Gunderson (8), Lexy Kirby (9), Luca Campanini (9), Maria VanAllen (9), Mason Baughan (9), Mason Sands (9), Matt Rahmes (9), Matt Starkey (9), Matthew Stein (8), Michael Lynch (9), Mojoreoluwa Oni (9), Mojoyeoluwa Oni (9), Natalie Mercaldo (9), Noel Whitlock (9), Noelle Lewis (9), Phillip Carter (9), Savannah Kutryb (8), Sean Paul Perry (9), Shelby Smith (9), Sophia Ruiz (9), Stacey Torkelson (9), Sydney Smith (9), Thomas Guyton (8), Trevor Kattenberg (8), Tristin Kott (9), Victoria Salmon (9), Vishaun Shiwmangal (8), Zachary Elmaghraby (8), Zoha Irfan (9) Adviser – Mrs. Stephanie Hendren

NEWSPAPER 1st Row: Suzannah Boyle (10), Jennifer Ryan (10), Ally Neutze (12), Alyssa Nelson (10) Megan McCreery (12) 2nd Row: Catie Sergis (11), Paige Golson (10), Patrick Black (12), Andrea Bomalaski (11), Robert Forman (12), Sam Woods (10) Adviser: Mr. Jim Hale

OPERATION SMILE 1st Row: Lauren Petrosky (12), Jessie Lynch (12), Patrick Black (12), Gabriela Aguilo-Seara (12), Megan Moisand (11) Zoha Irfan (9) Not Pictured: Tristan Kattenberg (12), Alex Fuentes (9), Alexa Szachacz (9), Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak (12), Brooke Preston (12), Tori Glaubitz (12) Adviser: Rev. Joy Willard-Williford

PEER MENTORING

PRE:MED CLUB

1st Row: Phoebe Nimocks (11), Gabrielle Gayles (11), Aliyah Stephens (11), Isabella Greenspoon (11), Sophie Rousseau (12) 2nd Row: Brent Allard (11), Rachel Cantelou (11), Allie Knodel (11), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Emily Jameson (12) Advisers: Mrs. Kari Ramos & Mrs. Meredith Rea

1st Row: Kim Fiore (11), Jenna Hindsley (12), Megan Bernier (12), Erica Diamond (12), Christina Darwish (12), Zoha Irfan (9), Phoebe Nimocks (11), Lindsey Webb (10), Sumayya Mujeeb (12), Isabela Rovira (11) Adviser: Mr. Greg Chiarella

ROBOTICS 1st Row: Kim Fiore (11), Jenna Hindsley (12), Megan Bernier (12), Erica Diamond (12), Christina Darwish (12), Zoha Irfan (9), Phoebe Nimocks (11), Lindsey Webb (10), Sumayya Mujeeb (12), Isabela Rovira (11) Adviser: Mr. Russell Deatheridge

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SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1st Row: Joanna Jara (10), Vashti, Shiwmangal (12), Kendall Kara (11), Sumayya Mujeeb (12), Katy Pentz (12) 2nd Row: Gabrielle Gayles (11), Benjamin McManus (11), Kailey Fischer (11), Isabella Greenspoon (11), Gabriella Aguilo:Seara (12) 3rd Row: Daryth Gayles (11), Alexandra Knodel (11), Christian Teather (12), Idanis Perez-Alvarez (12), Dolan Bortner (12), Christina Darwish (12) Not Pictured: Jose Pazmiño (12), Karina Mann (12), Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak (12) Adviser: Mrs. Carmen Mirda


STUDENT GOVERNMENT 1st Row: Remy Rudd (10), Megan Moisand (11), Ruby Watts (12), Gabriela Aguilo-Seara (12), Sydney Sergis (9), Laura Bell (9) 2nd Row: Jared Davis (11), James Befanis (12), Matthew Allison (11), Tanner Crouch (12), Ryan Allison (12), Daniel Cronin (9) Advisers: Mrs. Valerie Williams, Ms. Allison Guttierrez

JH STUDENT GOVERNMENT 1st Row: Peter Laser (8), Adriana Dudley (8), Thomas Guyton (8), Henry Quigley (8), Gabriel Perez-Alvarez (8), Jacquel Perry (8), Talia Douglas (8), Kendall Vaught (8), Cassidy McNair (8) 2nd Row: Kelly Davis (8), Cameron Wicks (7), Ethan Leary (7), Emily Vaught (7), Kelsey Halbert (7), Abirami Dandapani (8),Hannah Lee (8), Claire Layton (8) 3rd Row: Nidhi Chary (7), Renata Sams (7), Bridget Funk (7), Ava Giorgianni (7), Abigail Foster (7), Sarah Braddock (8), Nicole Janders (8) Not Pictured: Mary Rossi (7) Adviser: Mrs. Michell Givens

THESPIANS

TRI M

1st Row: Jessica Lynch (12), Lauren Petrosky (12), Billy Karika (10), Maria Van Allen (9) 2nd Row: Neil VanAllen (12), Dolan Bortner (12), Katy Pentz (12), Katherine Hess (11), Georgie Tiarks (11), Venetia Lush (9) Not Pictured: Krista Staefe (12), Mason Baughan (9) Adviser: Mrs. Kari Ramos

1st Row : Jay Brown (10), Billy Karika (10), Mason Sands (9), Lauren Ferrara (12), Victoria Zeger (10) 2nd Row: Emily Dixon (9), Evan Ristow (10), Jillian Sinclair (11), Julie Brown, (12), Lindsey Webb (11) 3rd Row: Venetia Lush (9), Jenna Hindsley (12), Krista Staefe (12), Kristof Weiss (12), Patrick Black (12), Chass Charroux (10) Not Pictured: Joon Choi (11), Phoebe Nimocks (11), Isabela Rovira (11), Munashe Chinyanganya (12), Taylor Crook (12), Brent Allard (11), Nick Belsten (10) Advisers: Mr. Jim McCarl, Mrs. Lorie Wacaster

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THE MOVEMENT

honor societies / clubs

First Row: Josh Unum (11), Adele Yang (10), Meg Rydson (11), Suzannah Boyle (10), Jillian Sinclair (11), Camille Sims (11), Alex Radke (10), McKenzie Kilborne (10), Katie Merlin (10) Second Row: Daniel O'Brien (11), Hannah Shuman (11), Matthew Thomas (11), Robert Morgan (11), Brad Weiss (11), Jimmy Reinman (11), Chass Charroux (10), Trey Ville (11), Casey Nierenberg (12), James Befanis (12) Not Pictured: Sean Carroll (12), Josh Harden (9), Milan Lanier (10), Kelly O'Neil (11) Adviser: Ms. Emily Killian


UPPER SCHOOLclubs YEARBOOK 1st Row: Remy Rudd (10), Baylee Whitley (9), Ravanel Rudd (10), Natalia Hernandez:Pryszlak (12), Brooke Preston (12), Lydia Kucera (11) 2nd Row: Matt Vickers (12), McKenna Ville (10), Anna Fusco (10), Gaby Dixon (11), Victoria Zeger (10), Katherine Hess (11), Sydney Sutherland (11), Allen Britten (12) Adviser: Mrs. Sarah Tricano

LOWER SCHOOLclubs ABC CLUB 1st Row: Gabe Taylor (6), Nicholas Greene (6), Austin Fisher (6), Luca Valdivia (6), Cameron Reyna (6), Kelly Laser (6) 2nd Row: Ethan Potter (6), Riley Draper (6), Derek Dyer (6), Shaw Frederick (6) 3rd Row: Hari Dandapani (6), Cameron Walcott (6), Neal Luthra (6), Max Pagan (6), Nikhil Patel (6), Michael Tomadakis (6)

ACT CLUB 1st Row: Austin Frost (3), Connor Whitlow (3), Roy Thomas Swiger (3), Dylan Johnson (3), Thomas Panagiotopoulos (3), Cody Royston (3), Krishan Patel (3) 2nd Row: Hana Hunter (3), Mary Stallard (3), Brianna Ramnath (3), Karis Assam (3), Bella Johnson (3), Morgan McCarthy (3), Amanda Kelce (3), Ava Middlebrooks (3), Grace Price (3), Surina Venkat (3) 3rd Row: Wil Bell (3), Ryan Miles (3), Thomas Wadsworth (3), Angela Durso (3), Joey Garcia (3), Brian Mazo (3), Sofia Saladino (3), Anna Katherine Harman (3), Kendall Harrison (3), Sean Subasi (3)

BASKETBALL INTRAMURALS - 3RD/4TH 1st Row: Ryan Miles (3), Isabel Bush (3), Danielle Koos (4), Roy Thomas Swiger (3) 2nd Row: Victor Wacaster (4), Laith Rukab (4), Levi Hotusing (4), Cris Saladino (4), Ian Oakley (4), Ryan Mauzy (4)

BASKETBALL INTRAMURALS - 1ST/2ND 1st Row: Camden rethwisch (1), Logan Couture (1), Matthew Zorovich (2), Josh Taylor (1), Seth Mainwold (2), Mark Defrancisci (2), Trevor Wakefield (2)

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BASKETBALL INTRAMURALS - 5TH/6TH 1st Row: Derek Dyer (6), Nikhil Patel (6), Nicholas Greene (5), Braden Collins(6), Christian Greene (5), Austin Fisher (5), Marissa Catalano (6), Siara Tirado (6), Erika Magin (5), Emma Fisher (5) 2nd Row: Hari Dandapani (6), Neal Luthra (6), Max Pagan (6), Spencer Radke (6), Gabe Taylor (5), Kathryn Welch (5), Alyssa Magin (6), Megan Mikuen (6) 3rd Row: Riley Draper (6), Robert Layman (6), Preston Milo (6), Jonathon Rahmes (6)

BASKETBALL - BOYS A TEAM

BASKETBALL - GIRLS A TEAM

1st Row: Preston Milo (6), Matthew Olinde (6), Braden Collins (6), Robert Layman (6), Jonathon Rahmes (6) 2nd Row: Jaden Bonar (6), Kai Fricke (6), Hari Dandapani (6), Cameron Walcott (6), Spencer Radke (6) Coaches: Mr. Olinde & Mr. Draper

1st Row: Olivia Mchenry (6), Lana Rukab (6), Marissa Catalano (6), Alyssa Magin (6) 2nd Row: Megan Mikuen (6), Carolyn Koos (6), Ashley Stevens (6), Ashley Mauzy (6), Riley Draper (6) Coaches: Mrs. JoEllen Williams & Mrs. Stephanie Boates

BASKETBALL - BOYS B TEAM

BASKETBALL - GIRLS B TEAM

1st Row: Christian Greene (5), Gabe Taylor (5), Nolan Tracy (5), Matthew Williams (5), Jacob Coggshall (5), Nicholas Greene (5), Timmy Nunno (5), Austin Fisher (5), Rahul Prasanna (5), Michael Tomadakis (5), Alex Miles (5), Christopher Selby (5) Coach: Coach Keith Coggshall

1st Row: Sammi Reed (5), Danielle Koos (4), Kathryn Welch (5), Abby Taylor (4), Kelly Orbell (5), Erika Magin (5), Alexandra Swiger (5), Ryan Bain-Darby (4) Coach: Mrs. Stephanie Boates

BASKETBALL - BOYS C TEAM 1st Row: Devaughn Dames (5), Briggs Kilborne (6), Davis Bell (6), Mason McHenry (6), Brandon Assam (5), Billy Lima (6), David Benjamin (6), Max Pagan (6), Kevin Barrow (5), Neal Luthra (6), Nikhil Patel (6) Coaches: Mr. Andrew Smith & Mr. Dereck Parker

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1st Row: Adrianna Shanta (1), Sophia Chiuchiolo (2), Abbey Eason, Kiara Norris (2), Amrah DeSimone (1), Emerson Euziere (2), Chloe NowakVanSant (2), Brianna Wakefield (1), Briegan Novak (2), Savannah McGrew (1), Ashlynn Borboroglu (1), Avery Lush (2), Grace Price (3) 2nd Row: Kate Ippolito (2), Danielle Koos (4), Bella Johnson (3), Ryan Bain-Darby (4), Sofia Saladino (3), Ava Middlebrooks (3), Angela Durso (3), Morgan McCarthy (3), Kalee Taylor (4), Karis Assam (3), Kendall Harrison (3), Isabel Chiuchiolo (5), Madelyn Eason (3), Caroline Layman (5)

honor societies / clubs

PEP CLUB


LOWER SCHOOLclubs CHESS 1st Row: Dante Valdivia (4), Sean Subasi (3), Giancarlo Valdivia (2), Brianna Ramnath (3), Rohan Prasanna (1), Christian Garcia (2), Austin Olivas (2), Jack Byrd (2) 2nd Row: Kevin Zhao (2), Sakthivel Sabapathy (4), Abbie Shepard (2), Henry Byrd (K), Fischer Jehs (1) 3rd Row: Austin Frost (3), Malvika Deka (2), Christian Greene (5), Gabe Taylor (5), Nicholas Greene (5), Andy Kelce (4), Joey Garcia, (3), Surina Venkat (3) 4th Row: Savannah Olivas (7), Nikhil Patel (6), Rahul Prasanna (5), Thomas Stallard (7), Megan Mikuen (6), Luca Valdivia (6), Max Pagan (6)

FLAG FOOTBALL - 5TH

FLAG FOOTBALL - 6TH

1st Row: Kevin Barrow (5), Alex Miles (5), Torin O'Brien (5), Matthew Williams (5), Jacob Coggshall (5), Austin Fisher (5), Nicholas Greene (5), Ben Cleveland (5), Christian Greene (5) Not Pictured: Brett Braddock (5), Nolan Tracy (5), Gabe Taylor (5), Isaac Oakley (5), Rahul Prasanna (5) Coaches: Mr. Coggshall & Mr. Williams

1st Row: David Benjamin (6), Kai Fricke (6), Robert Layman (6), Siara Tirado (6) 2nd Row: Jason Elamghraby (6), Shane Gaughan (6), Mason McHenry (6), Matt Olinde (6), Olivia McHenry (6), Camryn Ryland (6), Lana Rukab (6), Ashley Stevens (6) Coaches: Mr. Andrew Smith & Mr. Dereck Parker

GLEE 1st Row: Briegan Novak (2), Sarah Zeger (6), Danielle Koos (4), Kate Crawley (4), Zach Ingram (5), Max Cobb (4), Erika Magin (5), Carmen Zipf (5) 2nd Row: Brooke Bierman (4), Grace Kirschner (4), Haley Claycomb (4), Olivia Yochim (4), Abby Taylor (4), Alexandra Swiger (5), Ryan Bain-Darby (4), Kayla Burge (5) 3rd Row: Delaney Boyle (5), Brooke Boddy (5), Caroline Layman (5), Siara Tirado (6), Anique Kattenberg (5), Brenna Bortner (6), Isabel Chiuchiolo (5), Julia Zorovich (5), Jackson Riley (5) 4th Row: Charlotte Varnes (5), Kathryn Welch (5), Sarah Kimmerling (5), Spencer Blackwood (5), Shaw Frederick (6), Riley Draper (6), Emily Cleveland (6), Lana Rukab (6), Laith Rukab (4), Kalee Taylor (4), Cameron Reyna (6) Adviser: Mrs. Lucia Ernewein

I-TEAM 1st Row: Megan Mikuen (6), Lana Rukab (6), Alyssa Magin (6) 2nd Row: Marissa Catalano (6), Brenna Bortner (6), Sarah Zeger (6), Grace Dance (6), Olivia McHenry (6), Davis Bell (6) 3rd Row: Emily Shoemaker (6), Hari Dandapani (6), Luca Valdivia (6), Max Pagan (6), Nikhil Patel (6), Briggs Kilborne (6), Emily Cleveland (6), Cameron Walcott (6), Siara Tirado (6), Elizabeth Badolato (6), Kelly Laser (6) 4th Row: Matthew Olinde (6), Maddie Kenney (6), Robert Layman (6), Riley Draper (6), Camryn Ryland (6), Preston Milo (6), Connor Rowlings (6), Ashley Stevens (6), Selena Nishihata (6), Ashley Mauzy (6), Carolyn Koos (6) Not Pictured: Jason Elmaghraby (6), Neal Luthra (6)

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SOCCER - KINDERGARTEN 1st Row: Jake Middlebrooks (K), Kyle Brady (K), Emily Eason (K), Sasha Garcia (K), Kate Schwinn (K)

SOCCER - 1ST/2ND

SOCCER - 3RD/4TH

1st Row: Chloe Nowak-VanSant (2), Sophia Bittar (2), Emerson Euziere (2), Brooke Ramnath (1), Savannah McGew (1), Brianna Wakefield (1) 2nd Row: Trevor Wakefield (2), Austin Olivas (2), Christian Garcia (2), Jackson Bean (2), Josh Taylor (1), Brendan Boddy (1), Gordon Whitlow (1), Wesley Restrepo (1)

1st Row: Elia Kalin (3), Ava Middlebrooks (3), Brianna Ramnath (3), Isabel Bush (3), Grace Price (3) 2nd Row: Brock Moser (4), Connor Whitlow (3), Hayden Nowak-VanSant (3), Krishan Patel (3), Noah Kalin (4), Joey Garcia (3), Kendall Harrison (3)

SWIMMING 1st Row: Sean Wilson (3), Nasserie Kamara (2), Malvika Deka (2), Miya Tanner (2), Anisha Gandhi (2), Gordon Whitlow (1), Brendan Boddy (1), Zach Ippolito (4) 2nd Row: Avery Kenney (4), Karis Assam (3), Lauren Mohler (3), Wesley Restrepo (1), Anthony Zyren (2), Matthew Zorovich (2), Connor Whitlow (3), Robert Varnes (3), Charlotte Varnes (5) 3rd Row: Ashley Mauzy (6), Selena Nishihata (6), Olivia McHenry (6), Ryan Mauzy (4), Aryan Gandhi (4), Jonathon Rahmes (6), Julia Zorovich (5), Alexandra Swiger (5), Samantha Reed (5), Kelly Orbell (5), Brooke Boddy (5), Michael Tomadakis (5), Brandon Assam (5) Not Pictured: Kevin Barrow (5), Braden Collins (6), Amanda Kelce (3), Andy Kelce (4), Megan Mikuen (6), Max Pagan (6), Nikhil Patel (6), Adrianna Shanta (1), Brett Shelby (2) Coach: Mrs. Patti Hamilton

VOLLEYBALL A

VOLLEYBALL B

1st Row: Siara Tirado (6), Grace Dance (6), Emily Shoemaker (6), Sarah Zeger (6) 2nd Row: Alyssa Magin (6), Carolyn Koos (6), Madison Kenney (6), Emily Cleveland (6), Cameron Reyna (6) Coaches: Mrs. Stephanie Boates & Mrs. Chris Arter

1st Row: Emma Fisher (5), Kayla Burge (5), Erika Magin (5) 2nd Row: Madison Ainbinder (4th), Gabby Salyer (5), Kathryn Welch (5), Sarah Kimmerling (5), Moriah Ross (5) Coaches: Mrs. Stephanie Boates, Mrs. Chris Archer, Mrs. Lisa Magin

VOLLEYBALL C

REFERENCE

honor societies / clubs

1st Row: Sarah Williams (4), Holly Rugar (4), Danielle Koos (4), Brooke Bierman (4) 2nd Row: Mackenzie Sands (4), Grace Kirschner (4), Abby Taylor (4), Ryan Bain-Darby (4) Coaches: Mrs. Stephanie Boates & Mrs. Chris Arter

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INDEXA-G

A ABC CLUB............................................................................... 328 Abu Al-Maati, Sami................................................................194 ACADEMIC TEAM..................................................................322 ACT CLUB................................................................................ 328 Aguilo-Seara, Gabriela........................ 202, 206, 207, 230, 234, 256, 258, 309, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327 Ainbinder, Courtney.............................................................. 172 Ainbinder, Madison........................................................175, 331 Ainsley, Mark...........................................................................182 Alfonso, Enak............................................................... 188, 326 Allard, Brent............................................... 198, 322, 326, 327 Allen, Mackenzy..................................................................... 172 Allison, Matthew..........................22, 84, 160, 198, 324, 327 Allison, Ryan................................... 19, 24, 26, 50, 202, 205, 206, 253, 259, 290, 324, 325, 327 Altman, Hunter.............................................................190, 322 Altman, Marissa.......................................................................171 Altman, McKenzie..................................... 27, 202, 205, 207, 227, 257, 258, 268, 322, 325 Ao, Shunxin (Star)......................................... 41, 198, 322, 324 Araj, Alycia............................................................................... 190 Araj, Victoria........................................................................... 186 ARCHEOLOGY OF THE BIBLE.............................................. 47 Armstrong, Ellen...............................................................13, 186 ART AND DRAWING, AP.......................................................48 Arter, Christine................................................................. 77, 182 Ashley, Sara.....................................................23, 75, 194, 324 Assam, Brandon...................................................176, 329, 331 Assam, Karis.................................... 37, 71, 174, 328, 329, 331

B

Bacon, Elizabeth.................................................................... 188 Bacon, John...................................................................198, 322 Badgett, Cheyenne...............................................................194 Badolato, Elizabeth.....................................................178, 330 Badolato, Lensa..................................................................... 172 Baez, Andrew..............................98, 99, 202, 207, 267, 325 Bailey, Jonathan............................................................... 17, 174 Bain-Darby, Ryan......................................175, 329, 330, 331 Baker, Joshua.................................................................126, 186 Balaji, Nikitha......................................................................... 186 Balatsky, Anastasia.............................................................. 173 Balavender, Reagan..............................................................170 BAND.........................................................................................139 BAND, LOWER SCHOOL......................................................143 Bao, Evelyn...................................................................258, 325 Bao, Yuyan....................................................................258, 325 Barger, Anna.......................................................... 45, 188, 326 Barger, Charles........................................41, 79, 179, 198, 322 Barham, Marcus............................................................. 93, 198 Barker, Sara............................................................................ 186 Barnes, Zoya........................................................................... 172 Barrett, Kiara.................................................................194, 323 Barrow, Kevin..............................................176, 329, 330, 331 BASEBALL............................................................................... 150 BASKETBALL, JH/JV BOYS..................................................96 BASKETBALL, JH/JV GIRLS.................................................96 BASKETBALL, LOWER SCHOOL........................................148 BASKETBALL, VARSITY BOYS............................................92 BASKETBALL, VARSITY GIRLS...........................................94 Bastien, Ryan......................................................................... 190 Baughan, Mason........................ 78, 79, 190, 322, 326, 327 Baugher, Adam.......45, 130, 202, 205, 208, 255, 258, 325 Baumann, Brian..................................................................... 186 Baxter, Judith................................................................182, 325 Beach, Grace...........................................................................176 Bean, Brandy...........................................................................182 Bean, Jackson.................................................................173, 331 Bean, Tanner..............................................................................171 Bearden, Susan.......................................................................182 Befanis, James..................... 1, 19, 28, 55, 79, 108, 129, 202, 204, 209, 257, 259, 295, 316, 322, 324, 325, 327

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Bell, Alison...................................................................... 182, 322 Bell, Davis.............................................................178, 329, 330 Bell, Laura................................................... 190, 322, 326, 327 Bell, Wil............................................................................ 174, 328 Belsten, Nicholas....................... 108, 111, 194, 322, 324, 327 Benhase, Aaron...................................................................... 175 Benhase, Jared...................................................................... 186 Benhase, Shara.......................................................................182 Benjamin, David.........................................142, 178, 329, 330 Benjamin, Noah.........................11, 98, 99, 113, 155, 190, 324 Bentz, Dolores.........................................................................182 Bergstrom, Cody...........................................................136, 188 Bernier, Megan.........................21, 162, 202, 204, 209, 224, 239, 248, 259, 284, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326 Berthiaume, Richard............................................................ 190 Bierman, Brooke............................................76, 175, 330, 331 Biggs, Tracy..............................................................................182 BIOLOGY, AP............................................................................42 Biscardi, Sharon............................................................182, 323 Bittar, Sophia...................................................................173, 331 Black, Patrick........................202, 205, 210, 258, 266, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327 Black, Victoria....................................................... 108, 139, 194 Blackwood, Spencer...................................................176, 330 Boates, Stephanie...................................... 142, 182, 329, 331 Boddy, Brendan..............................................................172, 331 Boddy, Brooke.......................................82, 83, 176, 330, 331 Boesch, Donovan...............................................................16, 171 Bohbot, Avery......................................................................... 186 Bohbot, Nathaniel.................................................................194 Bohne, John............................................................72, 198, 324 Bomalaski, Andrea..........................................22, 29, 30, 49, 118, 119, 127, 130, 131, 135, 137, 190, 191, 195, 196, 198, 199, 213, 224, 326, 339 Bonanza, Colleen...................................................................182 Bonar, Jaden......................................................... 148, 178, 329 Bonar, Michelle.......................................................................182 BOOK CLUB.................................................................... 32, 322 Boos, Tea....................................................................45, 118, 188 Borboroglu, Ashlyn.........................................................59, 172 Borboroglu, Sydney.............................................................. 172 Bortner, Brenna.....................................................115, 178, 330 Bortner, Dolan................. 26, 27, 79, 116, 117, 202, 205, 210, 224, 237, 256, 258, 293, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327 Bostanjian, Anush......................................... 81, 162, 194, 323 Boyd, Brandon...................................................... 110, 190, 326 Boydstun, William.........................................................133, 190 Boyle, Delaney...................................................... 57, 176, 330 Boyle, Michael............................... 50, 72, 202, 211, 257, 258 Boyle, Suzannah................................................ 194, 326, 327 Boysen, Maya...........................................................................171 Braddock, Brett............................................................176, 330 Braddock, Devin.................................................................... 186 Braddock, Sarah....................................... 188, 324, 326, 327 Brady, Kyle........................................................................ 171, 331 Brammer, Kaleigh......................................... 28, 29, 198, 325 Bransford, Vicki............................................................... 45, 182 BRITISH LITERATURE............................................................50 Britten, Allen......................... 53, 66, 74, 79, 81, 92, 94, 139, 166, 201, 202, 211, 257, 303, 324, 328, 339 Britten, Taya....................................................30, 96, 190, 193 BROADCAST.................................................................. 129, 322 Brockell, Sharon.....................................................................182 Brown, Alexander...............................88, 89, 202, 212, 258, 324, 325 Brown, Jay...................................................194, 322, 324, 327 Brown, Julie....................................... 3, 15, 22, 24, 25, 27, 53, 56, .108, 127, 134, 135, 136, 139, 202, 212, 235, 257, 259, 274, 323, 324, 325, 327, 339, 341 Brown, Ricky............................................................................170 Bruner, Gail..............................................................................182 Buist, Cyndi....................................................................182, 323 Burge, Kayla......................................................... 176, 330, 331 Burgman, Marques..................................164, 165, 202, 205, 213, 237, 256, 259, 322, 325 Burke, James.......................................................................... 186 Burns, Jacob................................................... 150, 151, 198, 199 Bush, Isabel............................................................174, 328, 331 Butler, Alex.................................................................................171 Butler, Doug.................................................................... 129, 182 Butler, J'V'On...........................................................................194 Byrd, Henry............................................................... 16, 171, 330 Byrd, Jack.......................................................................173, 330

C Cacciatore, Andrew....................................89, 194, 322, 324 Cacciatore, John.................................................188, 323, 326 Cacciatore, Michael......................202, 204, 214, 269, 322, 323, 324, 325 Cacciatore, Rebecca......................................................22, 182 Cally, Anthony..............................................99, 202, 214, 291 Cally, Julianna........................................................................ 190 Campanini, Carlo.............................................................12, 186 Campanini, Gianluca.................................................. 190, 326 Cantelou, Kelly....................................................188, 324, 326 Cantelou, Rachel1.......... 66, 198, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326 Cardew, Jackson......................................................................171 Carlson, Aileen..............................................................182, 339 Carmona, Isabel.................. 23, 72, 73, 129, 133, 202, 205, 215, 256, 259, 304 Carmona, Reuben................................................................. 190 Carroll, Sean........................24, 26, 27, 202, 205, 215, 248, 259, 274, 275, 322, 323, 324, 325, 327 Carter, Phillip................................................................ 190, 326 Castellon, Christian.....................................................190, 324 Catalano, Marissa..................................16, 17, 178, 329, 330 Chadwick, Christina............................................................. 186 Chaffiot, Luc............................................................................ 175 Chaffiot, Sammy.................................................................... 173 Chamoun, Alexis............................................................. 23, 194 Chandler-Rogero, Zane................................................112, 188 Chang, Cheng............................. 120, 121, 202, 216, 258, 272 CHAPEL LEADERS.................................................................322 Chapman, Alyssa........ 202, 216, 258, 273, 322, 324, 325 Charroux, Chass...................................................134, 194, 327 Chary, Nidhi...................................................................186, 327 CHEERLEADING, LOWER SCHOOL...................................70 CHEERLEADING, VARSITY...................................................64 CHEMISTRY CLUB................................................................322 CHEMISTRY.............................................................................139 Chen, Li (Lily)........................................................................... 198 Chenard-McKercher, Tia......................................... 32, 33, 171 Chenet, Nikolai....................................................................... 190 CHESS...................................................................................... 330 Chesser, Dana.........................................................................182 Chiarella, Greg...................................................... 20, 182, 326 CHINESE.............................................................................. 52, 57 Chinyanganya, Munashe.................22, 95, 202, 204, 217, 257, 259, 317, 325, 327 Chiuchiolo, Isabel...............................................176, 329, 330 Chiuchiolo, Sophia....................................................... 173, 329 Choi, Hojoon (Joon)................... 24, 25, 198, 322, 324, 327 Cibulsky, Mary........................................................................182 Clark-Holmes, Emily............................................................ 188 Clark, Victoria..........................................24, 25, 137, 198, 323 Claycomb, Haley..........................................................175, 330 Cleveland, Benjamin.......................................... 143, 176, 330 Cleveland, Emily..............................34, 76, 77, 178, 330, 331 Cleveland, Emma...............................................188, 323, 326 Cobb, Maxwell.......................................................122, 175, 330 Cobb, Tj...............................................................................141, 170 Coggshall, Jacob....................................... 149, 176, 329, 330 Cohen, Bodie...........................................................................176 Cohen, Casey................................................................. 152, 188 COLE, HENRY...........................................................................32 Collins, Braden.............................................. 68, 178, 329, 331 Collins, Brandon.................. 23, 41, 105, 202, 217, 258, 325 Collins, Dylon..................... 44, 98, 99, 202, 218, 248, 258 Collins, Jamara...................................................................... 188 Collins, Jana.............................................................................194 Collins, Joya...................................................................198, 322 Collins, Logan....................................................................12, 186 Collins, Ryan......................................... 23, 62, 202, 218, 259 Coman, Zoe.......................................................................75, 194 COMMUNICATION.................................................................. 41 COMMUNITY SERVICE.......................................................... 112 COMPUTER GRAPHICS.........................................................43 COMPUTER PROGRAMING................................................ 137 CONCERT CHOIR ..................................................................134 COOKING CLUB.....................................................................322 Coscarella, Ryan.............................................................67, 186 Cotton, Evelyn..................................................................141, 182


Dames, Devaughn................................................ 57, 176, 329 Dance, Grace............................................15, 76, 178, 330, 331 Dandapani, Abirami.......................188, 322, 323, 326, 327 Dandapani, Hari....................................... 178, 328, 329, 330 Dandridge, Jamie...................................................................176 Darwish, Anna.....................................................188, 323, 326 Darwish, Christina..........................................20, 21, 34, 202, 220, 239, 322, 323, 325, 326 Das, Ajay...............................................................188, 324, 326 Dashi, Jon................................................................................ 186 Davis, Isabel............................................................................ 175 Davis, Jared......................................198, 322, 324, 325, 327 Davis, Kelly.......................33, 188, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327 Davis, Louis............................................................................. 186 DC TRIP...................................................................................... 118 Deatherage, Russell....................................................182, 324 DEDICATION........................................................................... 180 Defrancisci, Mark......................................................... 173, 328 Degtyar, Matthew................................................................. 186 Deka, Malvika........................................................173, 330, 331 Del Buono, David............................................................181, 182 Del Rosario, Kristian..................................................... 190, 191 Delboccio, Brody................................................................16, 171 Derrick, Natalie.......................................................................182 Desalvo, Drew........................................................................ 190 Desimone, Amrah................................................. 70, 172, 329 Diamond, Erica........................100, 101, 202, 205, 221, 239, 258, 302, 323, 325, 326 Dixon, Emily............................................................ 87, 190, 327 Dixon, Gabrielle.................. 14, 32, 36, 70, 82, 114, 122, 146, 174, 175, 198, 338, 339 DOCK..........................................................................................34 Dodd, Kirk.................................................................................182 Donahue, Jas........................................................................... 172 Dopira, Matt..................................................................... 46, 182 Dorics, Bentley........................................................................ 177 Doucet, Gisele...............................................................182, 323 Douglas, Talia..................................74, 75, 152, 153, 188, 327 Dowling, Larry................................................................ 135, 182 Draper, Chandler......................................................................171 Draper, Riley.......................34, 35, 105, 178, 328, 329, 330 Dudley, Adriana........................................ 188, 322, 326, 327 Duguid, Lara..................................................................182, 324 Dummer, Darby........................................................... 188, 326 Dummer, Mackenzie...................... 202, 205, 207, 213, 221, 223, 258, 293, 322, 325 Dunlop, Austin......................................................108, 188, 326 Dunne, Connor....................................................................... 188 Durgin, Olivia............................................................... 57, 115, 171 Durso, Angela................................................37, 174, 328, 329 Durso, Matthew......................................................................194 Dyer, Derek.......................................................... 178, 328, 329 Dykema, Lea............................................................................182 Dziadul, Colette............................................................182, 339 Dziadul, Dana.......................................... 52, 81, 123, 190, 326

EARLY CHILDHOOD..............................................................170 Eason, Abbey................................................................. 172, 329 Eason, Emily............................................................. 147, 171, 331 Eason, Madelyn............................................................ 174, 329 Easterday, Abigail.................................... 53, 202, 204, 222, 223, 258, 322, 324, 325 ECONOMICS.............................................................................45 EIGHTH GRADE..................................................................... 188 Elmaghraby, Jason............................................. 69, 178, 330 Elmaghraby, Joseph....................................................... 15, 175 Elmaghraby, Julia.................................................................. 172 Elmaghraby, Zachary.......................................188, 324, 326 Elstun, Kathryn.......................................................101, 129, 194 Enders, Evan...................................................98, 99, 198, 325 ENGLISH....................................................................................128 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, AP........................................ 41 EQUESTRIAN CLUB..............................................................322 Ernewein, Lucia...................................... 36, 37, 123, 182, 330 Espling, Tyler.............................................202, 205, 222, 325 ETHICS......................................................................................... 51 Euziere, Emerson..................................................173, 329, 331 Euziere, Melissa............................................................182, 324 Evans, Jeanette......................................................................182 Evans, Nan...............................................................................182 Evans, Nicholas...................................................................... 173 EXPERIENCING ART.............................................................. 40

F

FACULTY/STAFF............................................................ 182-185 Farid, Christopher................................................................. 186 Farooqui, Bilal...............................................................190, 324 Farooqui, Kiren..........................................................................171 Farrish, Kenzie..............................................72, 188, 324, 326 Farrish, Sydney................................................... 198, 322, 325 Fee, Kevin....................................................................... 190, 326 FELLESMERE............................................................................34 FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES..................... 323 Ferrara, Lauren.65, 120, 121, 202, 223, 297, 322, 325, 327 Ferrara, Michael.............................79, 110, 111, 188, 324, 326 FIELD ECOLOGY......................................................................53 Fieldson, Brian........................79, 202, 223, 268, 324, 325 FIFTH GRADE...................................................................141, 176 Filliger, Robert........................................................................ 190 FILM STUDY..............................................................................44 Fink, Lynn..................................................................................182 Finnegan, Laurie.............................................................173, 182 Fiore, Kimberly................... 20, 21, 198, 322, 324, 325, 326 FIRST DAY .................................................................................10 FIRST GRADE....................................................................59, 172 Fischer, Kailey......................15, 22, 198, 199, 323, 325, 326 Fischer, Landon.......................................................................170 Fischer, Ryan.................................................................. 186, 187 Fisher, Amber....................................................................74, 186 Fisher, Austin..............................................177, 328, 329, 330 Fisher, Emma..........................................................177, 329, 331 FLAG FOOTBALL.......................................................... 68, 330 Fletcher, Susan.......................................................................182 FOCUS........................................................................................43 Folio, Lauren............................................................................194 Folio, Samantha...................................................90, 188, 326 FOOTBALL, JH.........................................................................66 FOOTBALL, VARSITY.............................................................62 Ford, Catherine.............................................22, 180, 182, 339 Forman, Rachel......................................................................194 Forman, Robert............49, 202, 224, 258, 322, 325, 326 Fornes-Neuharth, Andre...................................................... 191 Fornes-Neuharth, Ariana..................................................... 191 Foster, Abigail........................................................ 97, 186, 327 Foster, Liana............................................................................182 Foster, Sidney....................................................................65, 191 FOURTH GRADE..............................................................56, 175 Frederick, Shaw.....................................4, 122, 178, 328, 330

G

GALAPAGOS............................................................................. 118 Galliani, Amber............................................................... 190, 191 Gallini, Emily.......................................... 80, 81, 188, 322, 326 Gandhi, Anisha................................................................173, 331 Gandhi, Aryan.................................................................175, 331 Ganiban, John........................................................................ 186 Ganiban, Justin........................... 9, 22, 96, 97, 156, 191, 326 Garcia, Caelen.........................................................................170 Garcia, Christian...................................................173, 330, 331 Garcia, Joey.........................................................328, 330, 331 Garcia, Sasha................................................................... 171, 331 Gardner, Julian.......................................................92, 194, 322 Gaskin, Kalee...........................................................................195 Gaughan, Shane.....................................................16, 178, 330 Gavrish, Nancy.......................................................... 17, 59, 182 Gayles, Daryth................................ 198, 322, 323, 325, 326 Gayles, Gabrielle............................... 131, 199, 323, 325, 326 Gayles, Giana............................................................... 188, 326 Gerhart, Bryce..........................................................25, 29, 188 Ghosal, Saurav....................................................................... 186 Ghosal, Sunil............................................................................. 191 Giangrisostomi, Nancy.......................................22, 183, 339 Gibbs, Kyle................................................................................195 Gibson, William.......................................... 92, 202, 226, 258 Gibson, Willie...........................................................................183 Giorgianni, Ava..............................................................186, 327 Girard, Mercedes.....................................................96, 118, 188 Givens, Michell.............................................................. 183, 327 Glasner, Krystina.................................................... 81, 139, 195 Glaubitz, Victoria........................101, 118, 119, 202, 204, 226, 289, 324, 325, 326 GLEE..................................................................................122,330 GOLF, BOYS..............................................................................84 GOLF, GIRLS.............................................................................86 Golson, Paige................................................................195, 326 Gomez, John.....................................183, 202, 205, 227, 258 Gong, Chuanpu (Jason)..................................................41, 195 Good, Tommy..........................................................................170 Goodlive, Lily.......................................................................... 199 Goodlive, Sophia................................................................... 199 GOVERNMENT....................................................................... 130 Grecul, Elianna....................................................................... 186 Green, Joe.................................................................................183 Greene, Chloe......................................................................... 186 Greene, Christian................................................177, 329, 330 Greene, McKenna.......................................................... 191, 324 Greene, Nicholas.......................................177, 328, 329, 330 Greenspoon, Isabella..................22, 94, 95, 199, 325, 326 Gunderson, Lela...........................................................189, 326 Guo, Siyi (Fiona).................................................. 199, 322, 324 Gutowski, Dawson.................................................................170 Gutowski, Dillon.......................................................................171 Gutta, Sajan.................................................................... 135, 186 Guyton, Gabriella...................................................................195 Guyton, Thomas....................................... 189, 323, 326, 327

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D

E

FRENCH CLUB....................................................................... 323 FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY......................... 323 FRESHMAN.....................................................................190-193 Fricke, Kai...................................................... 68, 178, 329, 330 Frost, Austin......................................................... 174, 328, 330 Frost, Chloe................................................................................171 Frost, Conner............................................202, 225, 258, 325 Frost, Payton...........................................................................194 Fuentes, Alexandra...................................................... 191, 326 Fullerton, Shaina.................................................................... 175 Funk, Bridget........................................................ 158, 186, 327 Funk, Margaret......................................................159, 191, 326 Funk, Zachary................................................................ 155, 194 Furtney, Isaac........................................... 198, 322, 324, 325 Fusco, Anna............................18, 20, 21, 22, 54, 112, 120, 132, 194, 197, 328, 339

REFERENCE

Couture, Beau.....................................................................16, 171 Couture, Logan............................................................. 172, 328 Craig, Pat...........................................................................22, 182 Crawley, Kate........................................................................ 330 Crawley, Tripp......................................................................... 173 Cronin, Daniel........................................................133, 190, 327 Cronin, Joseph..................................202, 219, 259, 315, 325 Crook, Taylor...................................... 87, 139, 202, 205, 219, 237, 258, 277, 327 CROSS COUNTRY, GIRLS.................................................... 90 CROSS COUNTRY. BOYS......................................................88 Crossley, Carrie...................................................................... 173 Crouch, Tanner........................................ 19, 26, 85, 129, 202, 205, 220, 256, 259, 263, 322, 324, 325, 327 Currin, Raleigh.........................................................................170


INDEXH-R

H

IJ

Hackett, Alicia...................................................................101, 191 Halbert, Kelsey............................................................. 186, 327 Hale, Jim.................................................44, 127, 183, 322, 326 Haley, Mason..........................................................................195 Haley, Meredith............................................................195, 324 Hall, Cindy............................................................189, 324, 326 Hamer, Nicholas.................... 62, 202, 227, 258, 303, 322, 323, 325 Hammond, Connor................................................. 12, 186, 187 Hampson, Anthony.............................................................. 186 Hannon, Kathy........................................................................183 Harden, Joshua....................................................... 63, 191, 327 Harman, Anna-Katherine.................................................... 174 Harper, Debbie................................................................127, 183 Harrell, Caroline.................................................................... 186 Harris, Brendan......................................................................170 Harrison, Keegan................................................................... 172 Harrison, Kendall..................................17, 174, 328, 329, 331 Hassey, Madelyn..............................................................115, 171 Haughie, Thomas...................................................................170 Hausman, Brett......................................................................195 He, Yu (Heather)...............................................................44, 191 HEIFER INTERNATIONAL..................................................... 323 Heinlen, Garrett.............................................................. 62, 199 HELPING HANDS................................................................. 323 Heminger, Stephen........................................................ 92, 183 Henderson, Steve........................................................... 92, 183 Hendren, Stephanie.............................................118, 183, 326 Hendrix, Alyse......................................................................... 173 Hennessy-Wack, Danielle............64, 202, 205, 228, 258 Henninger, Stone.....................................................................171 Hennis, Mackenzie......................................................... 25, 199 Hermann, Beth........................................................................183 Hermann, Nathaniel................................................... 195, 322 Hernandez-Pryszlak, Alex................................................... 191 Hernandez-Pryszlak, Natalia.................. 10, 15, 22, 34, 112, 129, 184, 202, 204, 256, 259, 300, 325, 326, 338 Herntier, Trevor.......................................................................183 Hess, Barrett.......................................................... 190, 191, 326 Hess, Brooke......................................................................31, 170 Hess, Katherine.................. 8, 9, 18, 22, 81, 83, 117, 132, 172, 173, 199, 322, 323, 324, 325, 327, 328, 338 Hicks, Caroline....................................................... 112, 195, 324 Hicks, Jennifer...............................................................195, 324 Hicks, Savannah...............27, 73, 202, 205, 229, 237, 257, 259, 282, 324, 325 Hill, Pace...................................................................................183 Hindsley, Jenna.........................21, 29, 202, 229, 324, 325, 326, 327 Hirsch, Anastasia....................................................64, 65, 199 Hirsch, Chase.......................................................................... 177 Hirsch, Walker........................................................................ 186 Hobbs, Shaden....................................................................... 186 Hogan, Jace........................................................... 92, 199, 324 Holland, Kailee.................................................................47, 186 Holshey, Zach....................................................................37, 171 HOMECOMING COURT.........................................................24 HOMECOMING QUEEN......................................................... 27 HONOR CODE SIGNING......................................................... 14 HONOR COUNCIL...........................................................15, 323 HONOR COUNCIL, JH......................................................... 323 Hotusing, Levi................................................................ 175, 328 Houser, Judy...................................................................... 17, 183 Hulse, Gina...............................................................................183 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY, AP..................................................133 Hunter, Hana...........................................................37, 174, 328 Hurlbut, Colton....................................................................... 173 Hurlbut, Hunter....................................................................... 175 Hurlbut, Tristen....................................................................... 172 Hurley, John.............................................................................195

I-TEAM..................................................................................... 330 Ingram, Zachary.............................................................. 141, 177 INTERACT............................................................................... 323 Ippolito, Kate..........................................................70, 173, 329 Ippolito, Zach...........................................................................331 Irfan, Zoha.............................. 21, 43, 135, 191, 323, 324, 326 Irons, Jahanara.......................................................................183 Irons, Russell...........................................................................178 Irons, Tess.................................................................................. 191 Irvine, Joline.............................................................................183 J. KYLE BRAID.................................................................13, 324 Jaffe, Eric.......................................................79, 189, 324, 326 Jameson, Amy.......................................................169, 195, 197 Jameson, Emily...........................22, 91, 129, 202, 205, 230, 258, 281, 322, 325, 326 Janders, Nicole..................................................... 40, 189, 327 Jara, Joanna........................................................195, 324, 326 Jara, Katherine......................................................................... 191 Jehs, Fischer.................................................................. 172, 330 Jenkins, Harvey............................................. 30, 67, 189, 326 Jenkins, Matey.................................................97, 118, 150, 189 Jens, Sebbar............................................................................. 191 Jensen, Skyler................................................................... 32, 171 Ji, Jin...........................................................................................183 Johnson, Bella..................................................... 174, 328, 329 Johnson, Dylan............................................................. 174, 328 Johnson, Kendall.................................................................... 172 Johnson, Tyson....................................................................... 175 Jones, Cheryl...........................................................................183 Jones, Gabrielle......................................................................195 Joseph, Alexis...................53, 152, 153, 202, 230, 258, 322 Joseph, Angela.......................................................................183 JOURNALISM, INTRO........................................................... 127 JUNIORS.......................................................................... 198-201

334

K

Kamara, Nasserie.................................................. 58, 173, 331 Kamp, Chelsea........................................................................ 172 Kara, Kendall........................ 22, 34, 47, 64, 72, 84, 85, 86, 88, 90, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, 100, 102, 150, 152, 160, 162, 163, 164, 193, 199, 322, 325, 326, 338 Kara, Mitchell.....................................................22, 84, 105, 191 Karika, William.............................................................. 195, 327 Kattenberg, Anique......................................................177, 330 Kattenberg, Egan.........................................................189, 326 Kattenberg, Trevor............................................... 89, 189, 326 Kattenberg, Tristan..................... 18, 88, 89, 202, 204, 231, 257, 306, 324, 326 Keel, Alexander........................................................................ 191 Kelce, Amanda.................................................17, 174, 328, 331 Kelce, Andy.............................................................175, 330, 331 Kelce, Jessica.................................................................183, 322 Kennedy, Brooke......................................................................171 Kenney, Avery.................................................................175, 331 Kenney, Luke........................................................................... 172 Kenney, Madison............................................................178, 331 Kerr, Jason..................................................................................171 Kilborne, Briggs.................................143, 149, 178, 329, 330 Kilborne, McKenzie............ 28, 95, 108, 166, 195, 323, 327 Killian, Emily.............................................................47, 183, 327 Killian, Louisa....................................................................141, 183 Killion, Erin............................................................................... 186 Killion, Evan....................................................................189, 322 Kimmerling, Sarah...............................122, 176, 177, 330, 331 KINDERGARTEN................................................................57, 171 Kirschner, Grace............................................ 77, 175, 330, 331 Kirschner, Noah...................................................................... 172 Kissell, Madeline....................202, 205, 231, 259, 279, 325 Knight, Ava...........................................................................16, 171 Knight, Conor........................................................................... 173 Knight, Ivy.................................................................... 70, 71, 172 Knight, Joshua.................................................. 51, 79, 126, 186

Knodel, Alexandra.......................................................199, 326 Knodel, Dori......................................................................22, 183 Koenig, Hunter........................................................................ 173 Koksal-Rivet, Denis...............................................................195 Komolboon-Green, Richy....................................................170 Konold, Preston..................................................................... 186 Koos, Carolyn..............................................178, 329, 330, 331 Koos, Catherine............................................................184, 339 Koos, Danielle...................................175, 328, 329, 330, 331 Kott, Lukas.............................................................................. 186 Kott, Tristin......................................................73, 191, 323, 326 Kronick, Jackson.................................................................... 173 Kucera, Lydia...............................12, 88, 90, 91, 118, 184, 199, 322, 323, 324, 325, 328, 338 Kumar-Agarwal, Nadia..................................................13, 186 Kutryb, Savannah............................................... 162, 189, 326

L

LACROSSE, BOYS JV/JH......................................................156 LACROSSE, GIRLS..................................................................158 LACROSSE, VARSITY BOYS................................................154 Lahr, Anne.......................................................................184, 323 Lajeunesse, Brenda...............................................................184 Lanier, Milan......................13, 28, 54, 55, 108, 166, 195, 327 Laser, Kelly...........................................................178, 328, 330 Laser, Peter.......................................................... 189, 322, 327 Lasure, Gabby......................................................................... 177 LATIN..........................................................................................133 LATIN CLUB............................................................................ 324 LATIN NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY.............................. 324 Layman, Caroline................................................177, 329, 330 Layman, Robert..................................................178, 329, 330 Layton, Claire........................... 90, 189, 322, 323, 326, 327 Leary, Edward................................................................. 62, 199 Leary, Ethan........................................................... 66, 186, 327 Lee, Hannah.......................................136, 189, 323, 326, 327 Lee, Jocelyn.............................................................................195 Leeney, Kaleigh.............................. 101, 202, 205, 232, 259, 298, 325 Lenhard, Colin.......................................................................... 191 Lenhard, Logan..................................45, 130, 202, 232, 278 Levitt, John.............................................................................. 186 Levy, Matthew.........................................................157, 191, 324 Levy, Sydney.......................................................................... 186 Lewis, Breanna........................101, 202, 233, 258, 322, 325 Lewis, Mary...............................................22, 24, 87, 199, 322 Li, Lily.23, 108, 109, 116, 117, 138, 204, 233, 248, 259, 325 Li, Shuhan....................... 23, 234, 259, 294, 322, 324, 325 Li, Shuhan (Beryl)........................... 23, 202, 234, 259, 294, 322, 324, 325 Li, Yue (Lily)............................. 23, 108, 109, 116, 117, 138, 204, 233, 248, 259, 325 Liberman, Jacob...................................................................... 191 LIFE SCIENCE................................................................................ 126 Lima, Billy............................................................16, 17, 178, 329 Lindner, Bill....................................................................... 50, 184 LITERARY MAGAZINE......................................................... 323 Lockwood, Lori...............................................................103, 186 Long, Tyler............................................................................... 199 Lookenbill, Jodie.................................................189, 322, 326 Lorme, Rhonda............................................................... 58, 184 Lovelace, Wes....................................................................53, 118 Lovett, James.................................................63, 165, 198, 199 Lu, Xiqing (Sunny)........................................................... 23, 199 Lupo, Victor..............................................................................170 Lush, Avery..................................................................... 173, 329 Lush, Jonah..........................................................................16, 171 Lush, Venetia...................................................29, 52, 192, 327 Luthra, Ashvi.....................................................................74, 186 Luthra, Neal............................................... 178, 328, 329, 330 Lynch, Jessica.................................. 101, 202, 234, 268, 323, 325, 326, 327 Lynch, Michael...............................................53, 98, 192, 326


NO

Narushinsky, Andrea........................................................... 196 NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY..................................... 116 NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY.................................. 325 NATIONAL ENGLISH........................................................... 325 NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY........................ 325 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY....................................30, 325 NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY.......................... 326 Ndomb, Jourdain......................................................................171 Nelson, Alyssa.....................................................196, 324, 326 Nelson, Kyle...................................................................189, 326 Neutze, Julia.49, 152, 203, 204, 239, 259, 322, 323, 325, 326 NEWSPAPER...................................................................49, 326 Nierenberg, Casey.....23, 24, 26, 55, 129, 203, 240, 258, 292, 327 Nimocks, Lorna-Lynne.........................................................184 Nimocks, Phoebe..........................200, 324, 325, 326, 327 Nishihata, Selena......................................... 82, 178, 330, 331 Norris, Kiara................................................................... 173, 329 Novak, Briegan................................................... 173, 329, 330 Novak, Marna..........................................................................184 Novak, Sydney....................................................................... 186 Nowak-Vansant, Chloe................................ 71, 173, 329, 331 Nowak-Vansant, Hayden.................................. 146, 174, 331 Nunno, Timothy............................................................... 141, 177 O'Brien, Daniel........................................... 28, 200, 325, 327 O'Brien, Torin..................................................................177, 330 O'Neil, Kelly................................13, 24, 54, 55, 108, 196, 327 Oakley, Ian..................................................................... 175, 328 Oakley, Isaac..................................................................177, 330 Obermaier, Alexandra.................................................136, 189 Ojha, Vishaan......................................................................... 186 Oleen, Eric...............................................................131, 196, 324 Olinde, Elaine..........................................................................184 Olinde, Hunter.....................................................189, 324, 326 Olinde, Jack......................... 203, 204, 240, 259, 283, 322, 324, 325 Olinde, Matthew......................................... 69, 178, 329, 330 Olinde, Nicholas..............................................................97, 196 Olivas, Austin.........................................................173, 330, 331 Olivas, Savannah........................................................ 186, 330 Oliver, Cole.............................23, 24, 26, 88, 203, 235, 241, 308, 322, 323, 325 Oni, Mojoreoluwa............................................... 192, 324, 326 Oni, Mojoyeoluwa.............................................. 192, 324, 326 OPERATION SMILE.............................................................. 326 Orbell, Kelly.............................................................177, 329, 331 Osman, Cameron........................23, 63, 133, 154, 200, 324

P

Pagan, Jo..................................................................................184 Pagan, Max............................... 143, 178, 328, 329, 330, 331 Page, Grafton........................................53, 156, 195, 196, 323 Palmer, Anthony.................................................................... 196 Panagiotopoulos, Thomas........................................ 174, 328 Paniccia, Vanessa..........................................................48, 196 Paniccia, Veronica..............48, 116, 117, 203, 205, 241, 259, 271, 325 Parker, Dereck....................................... 15, 68, 184, 329, 330 Patel, Krishan.......................................140, 146, 174, 328, 331 Patel, Nikhil........................................178, 328, 329, 330, 331 Patel, Shweta.......................................................................... 173 Patton, Claire.........................................................................200 Pavlakos, Pavlos..........................................................192, 324

QR

Qablawi, Ramzey........................................................... 42, 196 Qiu, Weijie (Justin)............................................ 200, 322, 324 Quigley, Calvin................... 22, 98, 108, 118, 203, 227, 244, 258, 299, 322, 323, 324, 325, 341 Quigley, Henry.................................................... 189, 326, 327 Radke, Alexandra...................................... 46, 200, 323, 327 Radke, Spencer............................................................. 178, 329 Rahmes, Jonathon..............................................178, 329, 331 Rahmes, Matthew..................................................................192 Rahner, Victor.....................................................203, 245, 325 Rahner, Zachary.................................................................... 196 Rain, Joseph................................................................. 200, 325 Rain, Joshua....................................46, 79, 110, 137, 200, 325 Ramnath, Brianna............................ 146, 174, 328, 330, 331 Ramnath, Brooke................................................... 147, 172, 331 Ramos, Adlee.............................................................................171 Ramos, Kari................................................ 184, 323, 326, 327 Ramos, Olivia..........................................................................170 Rashid, Aamir................................................................196, 324 Rashid, Ahsan.................................................... 200, 324, 325 Rauhofer, James Hunter.............................................. 157, 192 Rector, Luke.............................................................................170 Reed, Nancy.............................................................................185 Reed, Sammi...................................................................177, 329 Rehill, Katherine.....................................................................185 Reinman, James................ 22, 54, 108, 196, 322, 324, 327 Reiter, Aubrey............................................................................171 Restrepo, Wesley................................................... 83, 172, 331 Rethwisch, Camden.................................................... 172, 328 Rethwisch, Carl....................................................................... 175

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Ma, Huixin (Nina)..................................... 202, 235, 259, 325 Ma, Nina.........................................................................259, 325 Magee, Erin........................................................... 139, 195, 324 Magin, Alyssa...................... 77, 148, 149, 178, 329, 330, 331 Magin, Erika................................. 122, 123, 177, 329, 330, 331 Magin, Lisa............................................................ 184, 331, 339 Mainwold, Seth............................................................. 173, 328 Mancini, Joe.................................................... 28, 183, 184, 218 Mann, Karina.................. 27, 90, 203, 205, 235, 259, 296, 323, 324, 325, 326 MARTIAL ARTS CLUB......................................................... 324 Martinez, Gisela.............................................................. 25, 189 Mauzy, Ashley.............................................178, 329, 330, 331 Mauzy, Ryan..........................................................175, 328, 331 Maxwell, Lynn..........................................................................184 Mazo, Brian.................................................................... 174, 328 McCarl, Jim.................................. 14, 15, 28, 29, 143, 184, 327 McCarthy, Morgan............................................. 174, 328, 329 McCreery, Megan................... 5, 22, 27, 203, 236, 256, 311, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326 McGrew, Connor.....................................................................170 McGrew, Savannah...................................................... 172, 329 McHenry, Abigail................................................................... 189 McHenry, Mason..........................................16, 178, 329, 330 McHenry, Olivia..................68, 69, 148, 178, 329, 330, 331 McHenry, Piper............................................................ 14, 15, 175 McHollan, Taylor............................................................. 24, 192 McKee, Bailey......................................................................... 186 McKee, Hudson....................................................................... 175 McKee, Hunter...............................................................189, 326 McKeone, Ryan......................203, 237, 241, 258, 288, 325 McLaren, Brett........................................................................ 186 McLaren, Jake......................................................................... 172 McManus, Benjamin....................................................199, 326 McManus, Chelsea................................................. 73, 159, 196 McManus, Zachary............................................................... 186 McNair, Cassidy............................................ 29, 159, 189, 327 Melendez, Adriana................................................................ 186 Melendez, Juan Andres....................................................... 196 Melito, David...................................................................160, 199 Menyhart, Blake.................................................................... 186 Mercado, Maegan.................................................................. 172 Mercado, Raevin.....................................................................170 Mercaldo, Natalie.......................................159, 192, 324, 326 Merlin, Katherine................................................................... 196 Mickevicius, Jacob........................................................ 134, 192 Middlebrooks, Ava............................ 169, 174, 328, 329, 331 Middlebrooks, Jake........................................................ 171, 331 Middleton, Cara......................................................................184 Mikuen, Megan...........................................178, 329, 330, 331 Mikuen, Sean.......................................................................... 189 Miles, Alex.............................................. 34, 143, 177, 329, 330 Miles, Ryan.............................................................. 115, 174, 328 Miller, Alexander.................................................................... 199 Miller, Mackenzie................................................................... 186 Miller, Matthew.......................................................................192 Milo, Leena.............................................................................. 189 Milo, Preston............................................... 148, 178, 329, 330 Mirda, Carmen...................................................... 35, 184, 326 Mireles, Michael..................................................................... 189 Mishra, Stuti................................42, 122, 192, 323, 324, 326 MISSION TRIP.........................................................................120 Mohler, Lauren................................................. 82, 83, 174, 331 Moisand, Joshua....................................................................192 Moisand, Megan.......................73, 199, 324, 325, 326, 327 Moon, John.....................................................................189, 324 Morelli, Anthony.................................................................... 196 Morgan, Emily.................................................. 81, 100, 101, 192 Morgan, Micah.85, 155, 203, 238, 239, 257, 259, 307, 323, 325 Morgan, Robert.............................. 5, 79, 99, 200, 324, 327 Morris, Hunter..................................................................191, 192 Morris, Joshua........................................................................ 189 Morrison, Alyssa.....................................................................192 Mosby, Dolores.......................................................................184 Moser, Brock............................................................ 147, 175, 331 Motro, Rachel...........................117, 203, 238, 323, 324, 325

Pazmino, Jose................121, 203, 204, 242, 257, 259, 325 PEACE DAY................................................................................. 16 PEER MENTORING.............................................................. 326 Pena, Marco.............................................................................192 Pentz, Kathryn............................................................ 203, 259 PEP CLUB................................................................................ 329 PEP RALLY.................................................................................24 Perez-Alvarez, Gabriel...............30, 45, 102, 189, 323, 327 Perez-Alvarez, Idanis..................15, 27, 42, 203, 205, 243, 257, 272, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326 PERFORMING ARTS........................................................ 47, 54 Perkins, Zoe....................................................................189, 326 Perry, Bennett........................................................................ 196 Perry, Jacquel.........................................66, 118, 150, 189, 327 Perry, Jamie...........................................................40, 189, 326 Perry, Lauren...........................................................................187 Perry, Seanpaul...............................................................151, 192 Peters, Kathy........................................................... 12, 184, 322 Petrosky, Lauren.................. 64, 203, 204, 243, 323, 325, 326, 327 Phillips, James....................................................... 98, 184, 323 PHOTOGRAPHY.....................................................................138 PHYSICAL EDUCATION................................... 45, 53, 127, 141 PHYSICAL SCIENCE HONORS............................................49 Pierce, Larry.............................................................................184 Pishalski, Aaron.....................................................131, 184, 324 Pishalski, Devon............................................................151, 200 Pishalski, Ryan.................................................................43, 187 Pitten, Olivia...................................................................190, 192 Pitten, William.........................................................................187 Plasencia, Briana..........................................................103, 196 Poole, Wyatt.....................................................................97, 189 Potter, Ethan..........................................................122, 178, 328 Pound, Alisha................................................................... 95, 192 Prasanna, Rahul..................................................177, 329, 330 Prasanna, Rohan.......................................................... 172, 330 PRE-ALGEBRA.......................................................................... 51 PRE-MED CLUB.............................................................20, 326 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION..................................................... 18 Preston, Alexander................................................................187 Preston, Brooke................................................................. 13, 16, 34, 40, 45, 68, 130, 176, 179, .203, 204, 244, 248, 258, 286, 323, 325, 326, 328, 338 Price, Grace.................................... 36, 37, 174, 328, 329, 331 Pruitt, Chelsea....................... 22, 27, 73, 138, 198, 200, 325 PSYCHOLOGY, INTRO..........................................................129 Putnam, Brian.........................................................................192

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Mottarella, Anthony............................................................. 186 Mottarella, John.....................................................................170 Mozer, Ryan...................................................................... 34, 177 MR. TIGER.................................................................................26 MU ALPHA THETA............................................................... 324 Mujeeb, Sumayya........... 18, 34, 203, 205, 239, 325, 326 Mujeeb, Zaid...........................................................................200 Murphy, Megan..................................................................... 196


INDEXR-Z Reyna, Cameron........................ 122, 178, 179, 328, 330, 331 Rich, Ian............................................................................. 45, 189 Riffe, Austin...................................22, 100, 121, 198, 200, 227 Riffe, Isabella.................................................................189, 326 Riley, Jackson........................................................... 17, 177, 330 Ristow, Evan............................................................45, 196, 327 Roach, Adam..................................................................150, 189 Roach, Allison......................................................... 152, 153, 187 Robertson, Krista.................................................................200 Robertson, Marissa....................................................... 43, 192 Robinson, Neil......................................... 203, 245, 296, 324 ROBOTICS....................................................................... 110, 326 Rodby, Cathy...............................................138, 185, 322, 325 Rodriguez, Priscilla......................203, 205, 246, 259, 322, 323, 325 Roig, Emilio.....................................................................189, 326 Rolls, Natalie......................................................... 64, 196, 324 Romero, Jordan...............................................................151, 189 Rose, Stevye................................................152, 189, 323, 326 Rosebush, Sammy................................................................. 175 Ross, Moriah.............................................................. 77, 177, 331 Ross, Tai..................................................................................... 177 Rossi, Mary......................................................................187, 327 Rossi, Maxwell................................................................. 43, 192 Rothery, Bryce........................................................................187 Rothery, Taylor....................................................................... 177 Rotolante, Stephan.............................................................. 196 Rouse, Ann.....................................................................185, 322 Rousseau, Sophie........ 25, 203, 204, 246, 248, 258, 326 Rovira, Isabela..................... 8, 9, 200, 322, 325, 326, 327 Rowlings, Connor..................................................115, 179, 330 Royston, Cody.............................................................. 174, 328 Rubin, Stephanie....................................................................185 Rudd, Ravenel.................. 10, 28, 42, 43, 146, 162, 187, 196, 322, 339 Rudd, Remy.....................8, 12, 23, 24, 30, 108, 110, 116, 162, 188, 196, 322, 324, 327, 328, 339 Rugar, Holly..............................................................76, 175, 331 Rugar, Lillian............................................................................187 Rukab, Laith................................................... 15, 175, 328, 330 Rukab, Lana................................. 68, 69, 148, 179, 329, 330 Rush, Sommer................................................................. 65, 196 Russell, Helen..........................................................................185 Russell, Jeannette.................................................................185 Ryalls, Hailey...........................................................................187 Ryan, Jennifer.....................................................196, 324, 326 Ryan, Matthew........................................................................187 Rydson, Megan....................................................28, 200, 327 Rydson, Summer.................................................100, 196, 324 Ryland, Camryn............................................................179, 330 Ryland, Chase.........................................................................192 Ryland, Dylan........................................................................200 Rylander, Emma.................................................. 159, 196, 324

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Sabapathy, Sakthi................................................................. 175 Sabapathy, Vikram.................................................................171 Saladino, Cris................................................................. 175, 328 Saladino, Sofia.................................................... 174, 328, 329 Salazar, Alejandro..................................................................187 Salmon, Victoria...........................................................192, 326 Salyer, Gabby........................................................... 77, 175, 331 Sams, Tyler...............................................................................187 Sands, Mackenzie..........................................................175, 331 Sands, Mason.......................................79, 134, 192, 326, 327 Sapourn, Paul.................................................................. 63, 196 Schreader, Jessica...................................198, 200, 323, 324 Schultz, Austin............................................................31, 141, 170 Schultz, Savannah...................................................................171 Schultz, Teresa........................................................................185 Schwind, Betty................................................................174, 185 Schwinn, Kate............................................................ 115, 171, 331 Schwinn, Lucas.......................................................................170 SCIENCE RESEARCH ............................................................135 Scott, Matthew...................................................................... 196 SCULPTURE...................................................................... 131, 137 SECOND GRADE..............................................................58, 173 Selby, Charity................................................................189, 326 Selby, Christopher........................................................177, 329

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SENIORS........................................................................202-259 SENIORS, BABY PICTURES............................................... 258 SENIORS, FORMAL.............................................................. 202 SENIORS, SUPERLATIVES................................................. 256 Seraballs, Joshua.................................................................. 196 Sergis, Catherine.......................................94, 200, 322, 326 Sergis, Sydney.....................................................192, 322, 327 Sergis, Tiffany..........................................................................185 SEVENTH GRADE.................................................................. 186 Severance, Crystal........................................................52, 200 Shah, Kayden.......................................................................... 172 Shamlin, Sara........................................................ 118, 189, 326 Shanta, Adrianna..........................................83, 172, 329, 331 Shanta, Giovanni....................................................................170 Sharpe, Jennifer............................................................185, 323 Shaw, Demetrius............................................................ 63, 196 Shay, Kiran............................................................................... 173 Sheedy, Linda..........................................................................185 Shelby, Brett....................................................................173, 331 Shepard, Abbie..............................................................173, 330 Shepherd, Ella.........................................................................170 Shipley, Ross.......................................................................... 196 Shiwmangal, Vashti.......................21, 34, 117, 203, 247, 325 Shiwmangal, Vishaun.................................................189, 326 Shoemaker, Emily........................................ 76, 179, 330, 331 Shoultz, Brock......................................................................... 174 Shoultz, Grant......................................................................... 172 Shuman, Hannah............54, 162, 163, 200, 323, 325, 327 Sierota, Calvin..........................................................84, 85, 187 Simmons, Debby....................................................................185 Sims, Camille.......................................................199, 200, 327 Sims, Isabel...................................................................... 43, 192 Sinclair, Jillian.......................................................28, 200, 327 Sirois, Katy................................................................................185 SIXTH GRADE..................................................................142, 178 Slattery, Elysia........................................................................187 Slattery, Tammy.....................................................................185 Smith, Andrew........................................17, 68, 185, 329, 330 Smith, Corey................... 165, 203, 205, 237, 247, 258, 313 Smith, Jarod............................................................85, 192, 324 Smith, Kaidelynn....................................................................170 Smith, Renee............................................................................185 Smith, Sydney............................................................... 173, 326 SOCCER, JH/JV BOYS...........................................................102 SOCCER, VARSITY BOYS......................................................98 SOCCER, VARSITY GIRLS................................................... 100 SOCCER. LOWER SCHOOL ....................................... 146, 331 SOFTBALL.................................................................................152 Solazzo, Hallie.........................................................................187 SOPHOMORES............................................................... 194-197 Sottile, Jack.............................................................................. 175 Sottile, Michael....................................................................... 173 SOUPER BOWL........................................................................ 114 SPANISH NATIONAL........................................................... 326 SPELLING BEE.........................................................................122 Sperando, Coleman....27, 88, 113, 137, 203, 213, 248, 314, 322, 324, 325 Sperando, Spencer.....22, 27, 108, 109, 118, 199, 200, 325 Spicer, Giselle........................................................ 49, 189, 326 Spicer, Julie...............................................................................187 SPIRIT WEEK............................................................................ 22 Staefe, Krista.......................203, 205, 249, 259, 264, 323, 325, 327 Stafford, Stanislav..................................................... 203, 249 Stallard, Mary........................................................169, 174, 328 Stallard, Thomas.......................................................... 187, 330 Stangel, Gustaf....................................... 203, 204, 250, 259 Stanley, Nickolas.................................................................200 Starkey, Katherine.......................................................... 74, 187 Starkey, Matthew.......................................................... 157, 192 STATISTICS, AP........................................................................ 131 Stein, Matthew................................66, 67, 97, 128, 189, 326 Stephens, Aliyah............................... 26, 138, 200, 322, 326 Stephens, Allen.......................................................................187 Stephens, Maria......................................................................192 Stephenson, Chas..................................................................187 Stephenson, Teresa...............................................................185 Stevens, Ashley........................................... 68, 179, 329, 330 Stevens, Lauren............................................45, 128, 189, 326 Stirtzinger, Kaley...............................86, 196, 322, 323, 324 Stockett, Reid.......................... 121, 203, 250, 253, 259, 322 Stockton, Bebe.................................................................. 33, 171 Stockton, Rydyr...................................................................... 173 Street, Heath...........................................................................185

STUDENT GOVERNMENT...................................................327 STUDENT GOVERNMENT, JH...........................................327 Subasi, Sean....................................................... 174, 328, 330 Suchoski, Christopher..................160, 203, 204, 251, 256, 258, 276, 324, 325 Suchoski, Paul.........................................................................185 SUMMER...................................................................................... 8 Sutherland, Arlene.......................................................185, 325 Sutherland, Chandler.....................138, 200, 215, 322, 323 Sutherland, Sydney.24, 40, 41, 46, 47, 52, 132, 138, 200, 323, 328, 338 Sweeney, Kerry............................................ 26, 84, 200, 322 Swiger, Alexandra...................................... 177, 329, 330, 331 Swiger, Roy............................................................................... 174 SWIM AND DIVE, VARSITY BOYS...................................... 78 SWIM AND DIVE, VARSITY GIRLS.................................... 80 SWIM, LOWER SCHOOL.............................................. 82, 331 Szachacz, Alexa............................................................192, 326 Szmidt, Jocey..........................................................................185

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Talbert, Lucas.......................................................................... 173 TALENT SHOW....................................................................... 108 Tang, Jian (julian)..................................................108, 120, 196 Tanner, Miya....................................................................173, 331 Taylor, Abigail..............................................175, 329, 330, 331 Taylor, Gabe................................................177, 328, 329, 330 Taylor, Joshua......................................................................... 172 Taylor, Kalee........................................................ 175, 329, 330 Taylor, Sean.....................................................................157, 193 Teather, Anselm..................................................................... 196 Teather, Christian...........112, 203, 251, 259, 324, 325, 326 TENNIS, BOYS........................................................................ 160 TENNIS, GIRLS .......................................................................162 Teply, Ava............................................................................. 3, 170 Teply, Cole................................................................................ 175 THANKSGIVING BASKETS...................................................30 THE MOVEMENT...................................................................327 Theodotou, Alexander...................... 26, 99, 108, 203, 227, 252, 258, 281, 322, 323, 324, 325, 341 THESPIANS.............................................................................327 Thessen, Julia............................................................................171 THIRD GRADE......................................................... 59, 140, 174 Thomas, Carter.......................................................................187 Thomas, Danielle................................................. 95, 196, 324 Thomas, Lucinda.........................................43, 193, 324, 326 Thomas, Matthew..............................................165, 200, 327 Thorpe, Grant.......................................................................... 177 Tiarks, Georgina.....................138, 198, 200, 322, 323, 327 TIES THAT BIND........................................................................ 12 Tirado, Reinaldo......................................................................187 Tirado, Siara.......................................... 77, 179, 329, 330, 331 Tobkes, Emily...........................................................................187 Tolle, Taelyn............................................................................. 173 Tomadakis, Michael..........................104, 177, 328, 329, 331 Torkelson, Joseph..................26, 108, 203, 204, 227, 248, 252, 257, 259, 265, 322, 323, 325 Torkelson, Sharon..................................................................185 Torkelson, Stacey.................................. 90, 91, 190, 193, 326 Torsney, Enya...................................................................97, 189 TRACK AND FIELD, BOYS ..................................................164 TRACK AND FIELD, GIRLS......................................................... 166 Tracy, Nolan..........................................................177, 329, 330 TRI M.........................................................................................327 Tricano, Sarah.................................. 138, 185, 328, 338, 339 Trubiroha, Andrew.................................................................185 Trythall, Dennis.......................................................................185

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Ullian, Zachary..................................................5, 93, 201, 324 Underhill, Nicolas............................................................79, 193 Unum, Joshua.........................................................................201 US HISTORY.............................................................................136


Valdivia, Dante.............................................................175, 330 Valdivia, Giancarlo............................................... 115, 173, 330 Valdivia, Luca......................................................179, 328, 330 Valenti, Faith......................................................... 194, 196, 322 Van Allen, Maria.................................................... 52, 193, 327 Van Allen, Neil..........117, 121, 203, 205, 224, 237, 253, 259 Varnes, Charlotte.........................................168, 177, 330, 331 Varnes, Robert.............................................17, 36, 37, 174, 331 Vaught, Emily..........................................................75, 187, 327 Vaught, Kendall..................................................... 75, 189, 327 Vaught, Lindsay............................................................... 72, 197 Vazquez, Hector......................................................30, 92, 201 Venkat, Surina..............................................59, 174, 328, 330 VETERANS DAY.......................................................................28 Vice, Hailey....................................................................193, 326 Vickers, Matthew................ 26, 41, 44, 45, 50, 118, 120, 121, 126, 130, 131, 132, 136, 203, 253, 322, 325, 338 Ville, McKenna...............22, 54, 55, 62, 75, 78, 79, 80, 98, 118, 126, 128, 133, 154, 156, 158, 197, 322, 328, 338 Ville, Trawick........................... 23, 54, 84, 93, 155, 201, 322, 324, 325, 327 Villmow, Alyssa........................................................... 2, 115, 170 Vines, Jordan...........................................................................187 VISUAL ARTS, LOWER SCHOOL........................................143 Voepel, Brandon.....................................................................187 Voepel, Katie............................................................................193 VOLLEYBALL, JH/JV/FRESHMAN..................................... 74 VOLLEYBALL, LOWER SCHOOL.................................76, 331 VOLLEYBALL, VARSITY......................................................... 72

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Wills, John.......................................................................189, 326 Wills, Mackenzie....................................................97, 189, 326 Wilson, Audrey......................................................... 23, 65, 193 Wilson, Michael...................................................................... 189 Wilson, Sean....................................................................174, 331 Wilson, Taylor............................................................81, 86, 201 Win, Andrew................ 203, 204, 255, 256, 259, 324, 325 Winkler, Reece.........................................................................197 Winslow, John.........................................................................193 Winsten, George............................................... 53, 119, 161, 201 Wollrath, Julie................................... 28, 29, 91, 138, 197, 324 Woods, Annabelle.................................................................. 175 Woods, Charlie........................................................................179 Woods, Samuel....................................................197, 324, 326 WORLD GEOGRAPHY..........................................................135

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Yang, Jingyi (Adele)......................................................197, 327 YEARBOOK..................................................................... 132,328 YES, VIRGINIA..........................................................................36 Yochim, Olivia.........................................................56, 175, 330 Yuan, Zhenqin (Charles).......................4, 127, 201, 322, 324 Zeger, Sarah.................................................... 77, 179, 330, 331 Zeger, Victoria......16, 23, 49, 56, 68, 76, 77, 122, 140, 142, 146, 147, 148, 149, 170, 171, 197, 324, 327, 328, 338, 339 Zeng, Jingfeng.........................................................................201 Zhang, Qinyu (Jill)........................................................201, 322 Zhang, Zechuan (Kent).........................................................201 Zhao, Kevin.....................................................................173, 330 Zipf, Carmen...................................................................177, 330 Zipf, Emilio................................................................................187 Zisman, Ava..............................................................................197 Zorovich, Julia.......................................122, 176, 177, 330, 331 Zorovich, Matthew...............................................173, 328, 331 Zou, Mengfu (Frank)............................................108, 197, 324 Zuchowski, Morgan.................... 23, 28, 201, 215, 322, 323 Zyren, Anthony...............................................................173, 331

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Wacaster, Kathryn.................................................................187 Wacaster, Lorie............................................................. 185, 327 Wacaster, Victor........................................................... 175, 328 Wadsworth, Jack.................................................................... 177 Wahy, Brianna-Rose.......27, 90, 203, 235, 254, 257, 322 Wahy, Bryce-Austin........................................... 102, 189, 324 Wakefield, Brianna.......................................70, 172, 329, 331

Wakefield, Trevor..................................................173, 328, 331 Walcott, Cameron................... 143, 148, 179, 328, 329, 330 Walcott, Natalia......................................................94, 95, 189 Waldrop, Maria.......................................................................185 Walker, Asha............................................................................193 Walker, Emma..................................................... 51, 90, 91, 193 Walker, Morgan......................................................................197 Wall, Lilly.................................................................................. 189 Wallingford, Peyton......................................................66, 189 Wallington, Keoni O'Che...............................................92, 197 Wallis, Mary.............................................................................185 Watt, Lani.................................................................................. 172 Watts, Ruby.................22, 50, 90, 91, 203, 204, 237, 254, 259, 288, 322, 324, 325, 327 Webb, Lindsey............................................ 197, 324, 326, 327 Webb, Sabrina..............................................118, 189, 324, 326 Weiss, Bradley.........................................................................201 Weiss, Kristof.............................29, 134, 203, 255, 325, 327 Weiss, Linda.............................................................................185 Welch, Daniel..............................................13, 63, 97, 197, 322 Welch, Kathryn........................... 122, 123, 177, 329, 330, 331 Welch, Susan........................................................... 51, 185, 323 Whipple, William..................................................................... 172 White, Bailey.....................................................................59, 174 Whitfield, Timothy.................................................................187 Whitley, Baylee.................. 23, 42, 48, 51, 52, 122, 128, 134, 183, 193, 322, 326, 328, 339 Whitlock, Kayla.................................................44, 80, 119, 197 Whitlock, Noel...............................................................193, 326 Whitlow, Connor...................................................174, 328, 331 Whitlow, Gordon............................................................172, 331 Whitlow, Michaela.................................................................170 Whittaker, Laurie....................................................................185 Wicks, Cameron..................................................... 66, 187, 327 Wiechecki Vergara, Paris....................96, 118, 136, 189, 323 Wigelsworth, Ethan............................................................... 177 Wilbur, Silvana..............................................................185, 324 Willard-Williford, Joy........................47, 185, 322, 323, 326 Williams, Jo Ellen............................................................ 35, 185 Williams, Mary Ellen..............................................................185 Williams, Matthew..............................................177, 329, 330 Williams, Sarah........................................................ 77, 175, 331 Williams, Valerie..................................................185, 325, 327

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TIGRIUM

2013 VOL 56

Editor-in-Chief – Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak Managing Editor – Brooke Preston Design Editor – Katherine Hess Copy Editor – McKenna Ville Athletics Editor – Kendall Kara Student Life / Clubs Editor – Lydia Kucera Academics Editor – Sydney Sutherland Photography Editor – Matthew Vickers People Editor – Gabby Dixon Lower School Editor – Victoria Zeger Business Manager – Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak Adviser – Mrs. Sarah Tricano

COLOPHON Natalia Hernandez-Pryszlak Brooke Preston

Katherine Hess

Production and Design – The fourth-period, 15-person yearbook class produced and distributed Vol. 56 of the Tigrium. All pages were created and edited using Adobe InDesign CS5 in conjunction with Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Adobe Bridge on 18 20" iMacs and 2 Macbook Pros. The staff was given templates created by the editors created and modified over summer and the first months of school. Editors drew design inspiration from the magazine Arts and Illustration which provided the foundation for the design and the key elements seen throughout the book. Each page used a nine point grid with three degrees of separation to customize each layout, providing a complex yet uniform style throughout the book. Variations of the font Tikal were used throughout the book for body copy, captions, headlines, subheadlines and photo credits. Dean Stewart Photography provided all professional photographs.

Specs - 535 copies of the full color, size 8, 352-page book were ordered for students, faculty and staff. An additional 150 copies were printed to be used as national samples by the Balfour Publishing marketing department. The front and back end-sheets were custom designed by the staff. The book was printed on 100 lb matte stock, smyth sewn, rounded and backed on 150 lb Binder's Board by Balfour Publishing in Dallas Texas.

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Lydia Kucera

Matthew Vickers Kendall Kara

Sydney Sutherland

Cover - The cover, designed during summer meetings by the editors, is a lithocote printed in full color with a UV Varnish overlay and is embossed with the Holy Trinity Seal on the back. The grid as well as the colors are seen throughout the book each one representing a specific section in the book. The feel of the word "visible" creates the connection between the theme and design which embodies the very feel of our school; it is always visible. In addition to the grid, the boxes are seen in key places throughout the book particularly in captions, folios and transitional pages between sections. Theme – The theme "Visible" was developed after returning from a yearbook convention at Columbia University last spring and further developed at Camp Wannamaka North at Holy Trinity. The theme reflects the most positive characteristic of our school which is that everyone is visible. From there, the evolution of "The way I...", "Second Look" and "Picture This" allowed us to incorporate more secondary coverage and the opinions and thoughts of students to prove that everyone is truly visible. Our theme gave us the opportunity to include as many students as possible and really get their point of views on what was being covered. Likewise the Lower School is visible by the amount of student involvement as well as with the interaction of students and community service projects done at both the Upper and Lower campuses.


Letter from the Editor – I can’t believe that the creation of this yearbook has come to an end. It seems that not too long ago were coming back from New York on a “yearbook high” ready to share what we had learned with the rest of the class. This of course led to the work that we did throughout the summer attempting to pound out ideas with Ray Westbrook and Randy Stano in Miami. At this point I was feeling like the biggest yerd ever. I really wanted this book to be different from the rest, and I wanted us to use every bit of information that we learned in New York to make this book the best yet, and I think we accomplished that. The design of the book is something that I feel l would never get tired of looking at, but at the same time I know that when I look at every page I will be reminded of every headache, and every hour of stress that went in making this book, but it was well worth it. The first three months without Mrs. Tricano were difficult but I would like to thank the staff (especially the first years’) for hanging in there. I know it was confusing and stressful, but the amount of hard work and effort you put into the book really paid off – and it shows. I couldn't be more happy to have worked with a group of individuals who were eager to learn and become active members of the staff. As for the student body and administration, my only hope is that you enjoy this book and I thank you so much for being incredibly patient with us during the year. Lastly, I would like to thank Mrs. Tricano for giving me the opportunity to be the EIC and learn life skills that will be useful for the rest of my life as well as in my career. I can't say that I will miss staying up until the early hours of the morning doing work, but I will say that not walking into room 204 everyday will be difficult to get used to. Good luck on next years’ book. I know it will be amazing. P.S. Just remember, TAKE A BREATH! -Natalia

Victoria Zeger

McKenna Ville

Gabby Dixon

Ravenel Rudd

Remy Rudd

Baylee Whitley

Anna Fusco

Allen Britten

2012-13 Budget– Advertisements were sold to the public, by our staff members, to cover production costs not met by book sales alone. Students were able to pre-order the books for $70 through 10/12, and $80 through 1/11. Books were available for purchase once delivered for $90. Brass nameplates were offered for $7 and included optional custom icons at an additional cost. Special Thanks – The 2013 Tigrum staff would like to thank Mrs. Catherine Ford and Mrs. Nancy Giangrisostomi for supporting the creation of the book and the publication in general. Thank you to Mrs. Catherine Koos, Mrs. JoEllen Williams, Mrs. Beth Herman, Mrs. Colette Dziadul and Mrs. Lisa Magin for being extremely helpful in providing lower school content for our book. We would like to thank Mrs. Marcia Meskiel Macy for pushing our design and providing us with the resources and constructive criticisms, but especially for seeing that we have the potential to improve our theme and design each year. Thank you to the photography class (especially Julie Brown and Andrea Bomalaski) , all of the photographers from DSP as well as Jill Bazeley that provided us with incredible images for our content pages. Thank you to Mrs. Aileen Carlson for filling in during the first three months of school while our adviser was on maternity leave. We appreciate patience of the faculty and staff from both campuses and for allowing us to come in and take pictures of their classes. As for Mrs. Sarah Tricano, we thank you for pushing us, for expecting the most of us, and for not accepting anything less. Without any of these individuals we would not have been able to accomplish our goals.

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2012 Awards – The 2012 Tigrium, Volume 55, received a Gold Medalist Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA), a First Class honor rating with two marks of distinction in Concept and Coverage from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) and an "All Florida" rating from the Florida Scholastic Press Association. Two spreads recieved Gold Circle awards from the CSPA; pages 18-19 by Katherine Hess and Sydney Sutherland & pages 214-217 by Nikki Kilborne and Katherine Hess. The book was selected to be featured in the Yearbook Yearbook, a publication produced by Balfour publishing which showcases the best representations of yearbooks that are Balfour-made.

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NOW as we leave, THE REASONS behind OUR SUCCESS ARE IN PLAIN SIGHT:

FAMILIES WHO BACKED US EVERY STEP OF THE WAY AND KEPT US TRUE,


TEACHERS WHO ENCOURAGED US TO SEE THE AUTHENTIC VERSIONS OF OURSELVES, and US STUDENTS WHO STRETCHED TO OUR LIMITS AND LET OUR TALENTS BE REVEALED

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VISIBLE tigrium vol 56


STUDENT LIFE NATALIA HERNANDEZ-PRYSZLAK BROOKE PRESTON KATHERINE HESS

EDITORS

LYDIA KUCERA ANNA FUSCO RAVENEL RUDD REMY RUDD


ACADEMICS

ATHLETICS KENDALL KARA ALLEN BRITTEN MCKENNA VILLE

SYDNEY SUTHERLAND MATTHEW VICKERS BAYLEE WHITLEY

VICTORIA ZEGER GABBY DIXON

LOWER SCHOOL

2013 TIGRIUM  

The 2013 Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy yearbook.

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