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May 19, 1995 - Image 112

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-19

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BRIAN ABLITZ

Harrison



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

OWEN ALTERMAN

Andover

AMY ARONSON

Akiva

MARAH BERRIS

West Bloomfield

Ablitz, graduating with high
honors, will pursue a premedical
program at Michigan State Uni-
versity. He has been active in
many youth groups during his
high school years. He has also
acted as a volunteer for the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign. Since
1991, he has been employed with
Mitchell's Catering in Farming-
ton Hills. He recently completed
the Dale Carnegie Course in ef-
fective speaking and human re-
lations.

Alterman is president of Michi-
gan Region AZA, received a Na-
tional Merit Scholarship, won the
League of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations Youth Award, com-
peted in the cross country state
finals, earned varsity track and
cross country letters, and fin-
ished seven times in the top five
at forensics tournaments. He
earned the National Council of
Teachers of English, Free Press,
and other writing awards. He
will attend Princeton Universi-
ty.

Aronson is a valedictorian. She
is former student council presi-
dent and class representative,
yearbook production editor, a
participant in varsity volleyball,
martial arts, basketball, Phi Beta
Kappa, National Honor Society,
Bnei Akiva counselor for chil-
dren, winner of the National
Mathematics award two years in
a row, recipient of the U-M Re-
gents-Alumni Scholarship and
the Wayne Presidential Schol-
arship. Her college plans are un-
decided.

Berris was a member of B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization and
held a regional executive posi-
tion. She was Phi Beta Kappa
and a participant in Project Dis-
covery. She plans to attend the
University of Michigan.

JONATHAN BLAVIN

ILYSE BRODER

ALIZA BURSTYN

HILARY BUXTON

Burstyn is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and a recipient of
the Wayne State Presidential
Scholarship. She served as sec-
retary for the Student Council.
She was active in Bais Yakov
Convention. She plans to attend
Bnos Chava Seminary in Israel.
Following Israel, she will attend
Wayne State University.

Buxton is vice president of her
school's National Honor Society,
and first vice president of
Shoshanna BBG. She has played
the violin since the fourth grade
and has been a figure skater for
12 years. She has been a mem-
ber of the Metropolitan Youth
Symphony for two years.

Groves

North Farmington

Beth Jacob

Oak Park



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Compiled by
ALAN HITSKY

(c=c' Associate Editor
c
w , Students in this section were

nominated by their high schools.
}_
= They are among the top six Jew-
ish students in their graduating
class and maintain a 3.6 or high-
er grade-point average.

112

Blavin is vice president of Na-
tional Honor Society, member of
Groves' debate and forensics
teams, Phi Beta Kappa, Future
Problem Solving Team, Groves
band, and past president of
L'Chaim AZA. He plans to attend
the honors college at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.

Broder has been involved in
SADD, Environmental Club and
International Club, was vice
president of her Junior Achieve-
ment company, is currently a
member of math league, presi-
dent of Shira B'nai B'rith Girls,
and is a graduate of Hillel Day
School. She plans to attend the
University of Michigan and
study pre-law or business.

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