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May 22, 1992 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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TEENS

STACI BLOCH

KEVIN AGREST

JULIE BECKER

BEN BERES

Agrest has medicine as a
career goal. He plans to at-
tend Michigan State Univer-
sity. Kevin has studied
Hebrew at Southfield-Lathrup
for four years. He has main-
tained a 3.8 grade point
average during his high school
career. Kevin has also played
varsity tennis for three years.
He earned the Phil Beta Kap-
pa certificate award. Kevin
will return to Camp Maas this
summer to be a junior
counselor.

Becker has been very active
on the Academic Games team,
serving as captain this year.
She works part time at the
local library and is vice presi-
dent of the Birmingham 'Tem-
ple Youth Group. As the
valedictorian at Renaissance,
she received a Wade McCree
scholarship to the University
of Michigan, and plans to
study political science prior to
a career in law or politics.

Beres is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and the National
Honor Society, and is Hebrew
valedictorian. He was a stu-
dent council officer for two
years and basketball co-
captain. He has been active in
B'nei Akiva, including a
leadership seminar in Israel,
and has been a Torah reader
at Young Israel of Oak Woods
for four years. He will study in
Israel at Yeshivat Sha'alvim
and attend Yeshiva Uni-
versity.

Bloch will attend James
Madison College at Michigan
State University next year
and plans to pursue a career
in law. She has been active at
Temple Shir Shalom and with
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion. This summer, she plans
to continue working at the
46th District Court in
Southfield for the second con-
secutive year. She plans to
continue her Hebrew studies
at MSU.

SARA BORENSTEIN

ROCHELLE BRODER

DEBBY CARP

DEBRA CHOPP

Borenstein is a recipient of
the Phi Beta Kappa award.
She is a leader in Bnos
Agudath Israel youth groups.
She is also active in band,
choir and drama groups in her
school. She plans to go to
Jerusalem next year to attend
Machon Bnos Yehuda
Seminary for Teachers.

Broder, ninth in her class,
has been a Shira BBG ex-
ecutive board member for two
years, on North's yearbook
staff for four years, currently
as editor-in-chief, is a Hillel
graduate, and is a Torah
reader. She has six varsity let-
ters as student trainer for foot-
ball and 'basketball, four
academic letters and is a Na-
tional Honor Society member.
She will attend the Universi-
ty of Evansville, majoring in
magazine journalism.

Carp is flag corps captain for
the marching band, involved
in Interact community service
organization and a member of
the National Honor Society.
She is graduating Phi Beta
Kappa. She will attend In-
diana University to study
business and pre-law. She
hopes to spend her junior year
at Hebrew University in
Israel.

Chopp has been a member of
B'nei Akiva for the past eight
years and now coordinates and
directs all activities for grades
6-8. She served as student
council vice president in her
junior year and for the past
two years has been the editor
of the yearbook. Debra
belongs to the National Honor
Society. Next year she will
study at Midreshet Linden-
baum in Israel, and the follow-
ing year attend the Universi-
ty of Michigan.

Southfield-Lathrup

Renaissance

Akiva

Southfield-Lathrup







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o

These
graduating
seniors have
earned top
marks at
Michigan
high schools.

Beth Jacob

North Farmington

Southfield-Lathrup

Akiva



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