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Juanita High School Cambridge students earn national honors

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Juanita High School Cambridge students proved successful earning national honors in their performance exams. In June 2011, they challenged themselves academically by competing in performance exams taken by top students in the world.

Juanita High School announced the winners from the inaugural Cambridge class. Top in the USA for Biology is Kaija Stern, earning the highest standard mark in the country for this subject. High Achievement for Global Perspectives is Alison Greenlaw, earning the highest standard mark in the country for this subject.

Earning the Cambridge Scholar Award for scoring a B or higher on three exams were: Alison Greenlaw, Brooke Taylor, Frank Garber, Gabrielle Hsu, Bloria Liu, Haili Adams, Jacquelyn Latousek, Kaija Stern, Lana Redlich, Lindsey Biell, Maia Carlisle, Maxwell, Peterson, Milica Milovanovic, Nicholas Nguyen, Prerna Sitomer, Stella Perlic and Stephanie Burd.

These awards are a reflection not only of the students’ achievement but also of the dedication and hard work of the Cambridge teachers.

 

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