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THE CLASS OF 98: AN ORANGE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK

La Habra High

June 03, 1998

La Habra High

801 Highlander Ave.

La Habra 90631

(562) 905-0906

* Enrollment: 1,700

* Established: 1954

* Team name: The Highlanders

* Newspaper: Scotch Tape

* Principal: Jim Robinson

* Student president: Eilene Cruz

* Valedictorian: Chris Oronico

* Famous alumni: "Mad About You" actress Ann Ramsay; opera singer Jeannine Altmeyer

* Winning moments: Heritage of the Americas Program received California Golden Bell award from California School Board Assn.; school received six-year accreditation from Western Assn. of Schools and Colleges Assn.; the water polo, volleyball, softball and baseball teams were Freeway League Champions

* Traditions: Senior reflections about their school experience; hallways labeled with Scottish names; a plaque for each class is embedded in the cement argyle

* Graduation: June 12, 4 p.m, at the stadium

SENIOR STANDOUT

Kirsten Berg of La Habra Heights

* Achievements: Earned a 4.09 weighted grade-point average; a full volleyball scholarship to Baylor University; the Baylor provost's scholarship for academic excellence; gold medalist in Junior Olympic volleyball championships; top 100 students; Honor Roll; academic letter for seven semesters

* Connections: California Scholarship Federation; dance club; volunteers at elementary schools; Cal State Fullerton's Special Olympics

* Ambitions: Attend Baylor University; become either an occupational therapist or a child psychologist; play volleyball internationally

* Family: Parents are John and Christine Berg; one brother; one sister

* Claims to fame: "I can stick my fist in my mouth, and I am the champion of 'Chubby Bunny' at my school"

THE SENIOR CLASS: 331

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