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September 13, 2002 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-13

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BY LYNNE SCHREIBER

PHOTOGRAPItY BY ANGIE BA

Rebecca
Starks

Age: 14
Parents: Neal and Gail
Starks
City: Huntington
Woods
School: Jewish Academy
of Metro Detroit
— starting ninth
grade, after
finishing at
Norup Middle School.
"I decided to come to the
Jewish Academy because I
was looking for a place
where I could get the kind
of individual attention that
a small school provides
with a strong religious com-
ponent. I had heard a lot
about the school from my
friends who go there cur-
rently — a lot of good
things."

What will you be wear-
ing the first day? "It
depends what the weath-
er's like — probably my
normal attire: I'm a big fan
of blue jeans, and I'll prob-
ably wear a novelty T-shirt,
with cute little sayings on
it. My Baby G watch, my
ring with my birthstone in
it, my Tiffany bracelet and
necklace, my Hot Kiss san-
dals. I'll probably wear my
hair down."

What are your feelings
about starting school?
"I'm really excited, and
I'm a little nervous about
how the block scheduling
will work out. I'm looking
forward to starting a new
curriculum, learning new
things. I'm really excited
about having a big locker.
Favorite subject:
"English — I love to read
and I love to write."

What do you like best
about school? "I've
always been really anxious
to learn new things and
just be with people. I've
made lifelong friends being
at school."

STYLE AT THE JN • SEPTEMBER 2002 • 1 1

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