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November 17, 1995 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Don't be fooled by the youthfulness of Los Angeles Baptist High sophomore quarterback Peter Dirksen. Although he can't legally drive a car without adult supervision, the 6-foot, 180-pound Dirksen, 15, has no problem driving 10 other players down the field and into the end zone. He is the youngest player starting offensively for the Knights and the best sophomore varsity quarterback Coach Mark Bates says he has coached.
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November 17, 1995 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Don't be fooled by the youthfulness of Los Angeles Baptist High sophomore quarterback Peter Dirksen. Although he can't legally drive a car without adult supervision, the 6-foot, 180-pound Dirksen, 15, has no problem driving 10 other players down the field and into the end zone. He is the youngest player starting offensively for the Knights and the best sophomore varsity quarterback Coach Mark Bates says he has coached.
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May 3, 1996
The annual San Fernando Valley prayer breakfast and brunch Thursday attracted 750 clergy and laity to Los Angeles Baptist High School in North Hills for observances on the National Day of Prayer. The services, organized by the evangelical and interracial Valley Pastors Fellowship, had no political figures on the program in contrast to previous observances. Elizabeth Dole, wife of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Sen.
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April 2, 1996
Moving one step closer to a years-old dream to connect the campus to the Internet, administrators at Los Angeles Baptist High School in North Hills broke ground Monday for a state-of-the-art multimedia library. "We've been wishing and planning for this for about 10 years," said Linda Scherr, coordinator of development for the 24-year-old private school. Funded largely by donations, the two-story facility will include 93 computers and printers in six new classrooms and a library.
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April 2, 1996 | DAVID E. BRADY
Moving one step closer to a years-old dream to connect the campus to the information superhighway, administrators at Los Angeles Baptist High School in North Hills broke ground Monday for a state-of-the-art multimedia library. "We've been wishing and planning for this for about 10 years," said Linda Scherr, coordinator of development for the 24-year-old private school.
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March 25, 1996 | JUDY TORRES
Seven San Fernando Valley students will test their world knowledge Friday in the state-level National Geography Bee in Sacramento. Before getting to this point, these geography whiz kids had to know that the Amazon River carries more water than the combined flow of the Mississippi, Nile and Congo rivers. And that Fulani, Hausa and Ibo are among the many languages spoken in Africa.
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May 13, 1996 | DAVID E. BRADY
For years, the student choirs at Los Angeles Baptist High School in North Hills have been uplifting audiences with their spirited concerts. Now, after months of hard work and fund-raising, they hope to reach even more people with their first album. Titled "Called to the Light," the $30,000 production was recorded earlier this year at a North Hollywood studio. It's an 11-song showcase of the school's New Vision Choir and the 16-member vocal group Reflections.
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April 1, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Six students from six Valley high schools will be honored Thursday for finishing on top in a science contest sponsored by the research and education departments of the Sepulveda VA Medical Center. The students were selected by science teachers and school principals for their knowledge of science and for their ability to apply that knowledge to science projects, said program coordinator Dolores Lefevre.
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December 12, 1995 | KATE FOLMAR
Danny Buhler is no Newt Gingrich. Nor does the St. Genevieve High School junior emulate Patricia Schroeder. In fact, during his six-day tenure at the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C., earlier this month, the North Hollywood 16-year-old shunned partisan politics altogether in favor of voting his conscience and working toward compromise.
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