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International School Manila

HS FRIDAY BULLETIN
May 22, 2009

For ATTENDANCE concerns, please contact the HS Office (Sam Ramos or Laurie Atilano) Tel: 840 8650 / 840 8653 or email HSOffice@ismanila.org.

Dear Parents, I wrote two weeks ago to thank you all for the support the High School receives from the community. This week I would like to publicly acknowledge and thank the great job our teaching faculty does. At about this time last year I mentioned that I had been very impressed with the student – teacher relationship that exists in the HS at ISM. This relationship is based on mutual respect and I believe it is evident in many of our school activities, both inside and outside the classroom. At this time of the year it is always difficult to say farewell to faculty who for various reasons have decided to move on from ISM and or Manila. I would like to pay special tribute to two extraordinary educators whose work will be deeply missed. Dr Caroline Brokvam and Stale Brokvam have held two key roles at ISM. Caroline has done an outstanding job of leading the high school forward on key educational initiatives, while all the time being the chief enforcer of our discipline code. It is a tough assignment and Caroline has completed her tasks with integrity and dignity. Stale has served as our IT Curriculum Director and he has quietly succeeded in pushing the faculty into new technologies, even when they didn’t really know what they were experiencing! In addition to these two fine teachers, it would be remiss of me not to mention the outstanding service Elsie Rodriguez has given ISM. An IB Math teacher from almost before the IB began; Elsie has dedicated her life to teaching Math at ISM. Over 30 years of ISM students have had the benefit of her expertise, math skill and wonderful personality. We wish her all the best in retirement. Other teachers departing this year include; Emily Stanford, Jeremy Trotter, Jane Ellys, Hermie Ranera, and Cameron Perry. I would like to thank all departing faculty for their tremendous contributions to the High School program. The month of May is always very busy as we finish one academic year and plan for the next. I would however like to remind all parents of three important “ceremonies” that will take place this over the next week. On Monday May 25th we have the High School Honors and Awards ceremony, later that week; on Friday May 29th we have High School Graduation. Of more immediate interest for the students is the Junior-Senior Prom to be held tomorrow night at the Intercontinental Hotel Ballroom. I would like to extend a warm invitation to all parents to attend the HS Honors and Awards Assembly. It is an opportunity to honor student excellence in the areas of academics and outstanding service to the school.
Kind regards, For the week of May 25-29 Monday, May 25 HS Honors and Awards Assembly 12:30-2:45 Fine Arts Theater IB 11 Visual Arts Exhibit (FAT Lobby) Tuesday, May 26 IB 11 Visual Arts Exhibit (FAT Lobby) Senior Graduation Rehearsal 1-4pm Wednesday, May 27 Student Late Start IB 11 Visual Arts Exhibit (FAT Lobby) Whole School Assembly—Fashion Show 12:30-1:30pm Senior University Orientation by Alumni (LT) 1-4pm Senior Graduation Rehearsal 3-4pm Helping Thursday, May 28 IB 11 Visual Arts Exhibit (FAT Lobby) Senior Graduation Rehearsal 8-11am Senior Celebration Ceremony 3-7pm Friday, May 29 IB 11 Visual Arts Exhibit (FAT Lobby) HS Graduation 5:30pm FAT

Dates to Remember: June 4: Last Day of School- Early Release for Students June 6: SAT (LT, AMR, ES Gym,1057)

William R.S. Brown High School Principal

Dr. Caroline Brokvam Assistant Principal

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HS Awarrds Assembllly Schedullle:: HS Award s Assemb y Schedu e : HS Awa ds Assemb y Schedu e May 25,,, 2009 May 25 2009 May 25 2009 Tiiime Perriiod///Blllock T me Perio d B o ck T me Pe od B ock 7::30--8::20am Blllock A 7:3 0-8 :2 0am B o ck A 7 30 8 20am B ock A 8::20am--8::35am Brreak 8:2 0am-8 :3 5am Bre ak 8 20am 8 35am B eak 8::35am--9::25am Blllock B 8:3 5am-9 :2 5am B o ck B 8 35am 9 25am B ock B 9::30am--10::20am Blllock C 9:3 0am-1 0:2 0am B o ck C 9 30am 10 20am B ock C 10::25am--11::15am Blllock D 10:2 5am-1 1:1 5am B o ck D 10 25am 11 15am B ock D 11::20am--12::10pm Blllock E 11:2 0am-1 2:1 0pm B o ck E 11 20am 12 10pm B ock E 12::10pm--12::45pm Lunch 12:1 0pm-1 2:4 5pm Lunch 12 10pm 12 45pm Lunch 12::50pm--2::45pm Honorrs and Awarrds Assembllly FAT 12:5 0pm-2 :4 5pm Honors and Award s Assemb y FAT 12 50pm 2 45pm Hono s and Awa ds Assemb y FAT

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*Please take note of a slightly later start to the HS Honors and Awards Assembly From the Security Office:
I. IDs for the New School Year Parent IDs • Current parent IDs will continue to be valid for the new school year 2009-2010. • Parents who require replacement school IDs due to loss or damage can acquire these from the Security Office upon payment of Php100.00 to the Cashier. Student IDs All students will be issued with new ID cards at the beginning of the new school year. To facilitate this they should visit the security office before the end of the current school year for the taking of their photograph. School Passes • School passes issued to parent’s employees and representatives need to be replaced for next school year. As of August 31, 2009 the blue bordered passes will be invalid. • The security office is now accepting applications for new school passes, however the cards will not be available for collection before July 1, 2009. • Each family will be given two free school passes. Additional school passes may be obtained after paying a processing fee of Php100.00 each to the Cashier’s Office. 2, Car Stickers for the New School Year The car stickers for school year 2009/2010 will be available from the security office beginning July 1, 2009. For vehicles already displaying an existing sticker, parents should submit a completed renewal form with a copy of a current LTO official receipt. For new vehicles, parents are reminded that a copy of the vehicle’s certificate of registration and a current official receipt need to be submitted with the application. Applications for vehicles registered with companies or other institutions should be supported by a letter of assignment. Each ISM family will be issued one vehicle sticker free of charge. Any additional stickers will be issued following payment of P100 to the cashier’s office. I would like to thank all members of the ISM community for their cooperation across this school year in helping us maintain ISM as a safe and secure environment for our children. M I KE FLYNN Director of Operations and Security
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A MESSAGE FROM THE OPERATIONS AND SECURITY DEPARTMENT

From the Clinic:
It is coming up to the time of year when many of you will pay a return visit to the countries you call home. One of the jobs which is often on the list of things to complete when you are at home is updating your child’s immunizations. For your reference, I have included links to US immunization schedules for 0-6 years and 7-18 years of age. Whilst not everyone has used the US system, it is very similar to most comprehensive immunization schedules in developed countries world wide. In addition, we recommend people living in the Philippines have the typhoid vaccination. The hope is that this will prompt everyone, no matter where they are this summer, to ensure that their children are up-to-date with their immunizations. If in doubt, please check with your doctor. We love our children, let’s keep them safe! Best wishes for a happy, healthy summer, from the Clinic. http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/recs/schedules/downloads/child/2009/09_0-6yrs_schedule_pr.pdf http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/recs/schedules/downloads/child/2009/09_7-18yrs_schedule_pr.pdf

Photo Announcement for Grade 12: IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR GR. 12 PARENTS

TO:

Graduating Class of 2009 and Family

Re : Formal Graduation Photographs Date : May 29, 2009 Location : Room 1124 – Band Room Procedure : First come, first served, At Designated times Sign up sheet provided. No reservations accepted. ***Priority will be given to graduates who arrive on Time for their designated time slots and have all Family members present. Line up of students will be followed by Last Name (Surname)basis: 1:30 – 2:00 pm Abasta - Choi, Jiwon 2:00 – 2:30 pm Choi, Soojin - Go, George 2:30 – 3:00 pm Go, JR - Kumar 3:00 – 3:30 pm Kwon - Min 3:30 - 4:00 pm Mojica - Shih 4:00 - 4:30 pm Sibtain – Zimmerman Promptness at the designated times will be deeply appreciated. We have to process 166 graduates in 180 minutes, so your cooperation will be invaluable.

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From the Athletics Office: International School Manila SUMMER SPORTS CAMP
Badminton, Basketball and Soccer Camps will start on June 8 to 26, 2008. These camps are open to ALL ES/MS/HS ISM students only. A3 Basketball Camp will be run by PBA coaches and National Team Players Asuncion Badminton Camp training will be conducted by the country’s top shuttlers Kennie and Kennevic Asuncion. ISM Soccer Camp will be made possible by our very own ISM soccer coaches.

Camp details are as follows:
Date: June 8 to 26, 2009 Cost: Php 4,000.00 GRADE ES/MS/HS ES/MS/HS ES/MS SPORT Basketball Badminton Soccer DAYS T-TH FRI M-W-F M-W-F TIME 10:30am – 12:30nn 1:00pm – 3:00pm 10:30am to 12:00nn 8:00am to 10:00am MS Gym HS Field VENUE MS/HS Gym

If you are interested in joining one or more of the camps please fill up form below and return to ATAC on or before May 13, 2009. As soon as we have reached the minimum amount of participants to run the program, a formal permission slip will be sent to you through your child. Limited slots available…… This is of first come first serve basis. Sincerely,

Mark Pekin, Athletic and Activities Director Reservation Slip Date: __________________________ Please reserve a slot for my child for this years 2009 Summer Mini Sports Camp (Please check sport/s below) Basketball (Gr. 1 & Above) Name of student ________________________ Soccer (Gr. 1 & Above) Grade _______ Badminton (Gr. 3 & Above) Parents Name and Signature ____________________________

As soon as we have reached the minimum amount of participants to run the program, a formal permission slip will be sent to you through your child.

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Cross Country 2009-2010
Be ready! Cross country! August 2009! ISM Cross Country team had a very successful year in 2008-2009, winning

ATTENTION HS GOLFERS: If you are interested in joining the ISM Golf Team for 2009-10 with a view to making the HS IASAS Golf Exchange team please send an email to pekinm@ismanila.org to register your interest. The IASAS Golf Exchange will be played in Jakarta in November 2009 and I am keen to get more players join the program and tryout for one of the 6 male and 4 female positions for the team to go to Jakarta. If you are a keen HS golfer who plays golf on a regular basis, are willing to commit to 5 practice rounds to qualify for selection to next years team please get in contact with me before school year ends. Our qualifying rounds will begin early August to decide which players will be able to join the IASAS Golf Exchange Team for 2009-2010 school year. Mark Pekin ATAC Director

two silver medals at IASAS, in Manila.

Next year we plan to train and race as hard and prepare for the big IASAS event in Taipei. Trainings will start first day of school for the 2009-2010 school year. If you would like to be apart of this fantastic team please contact Coach Forgie at anawhata2@gmail.com or see me in the PE department. Runners must register to get the summer training program.

Important information: Trainings will run 4 afternoons a
week. The Pre IASAS team needs to be decided on within 4 weeks of school starting, attendance is compulsory to have a chance for selection for either Pre I or the IASAS team. Pre IASAS will be held in Bangkok and IASAS in Taipei. We would like to take full teams to both of these events.

Want to help students less fortunate than yourselves? By donating school supplies, you will be helping many elementary school students in Antipolo and Sagada for the year ahead.

EARTHDAY NETWORK PHILIPPINES & THE TARP BAG PROJECT Each bag should include:

We will be working in collaboration with

1 pencil case

2 pencils 1 water bottle

1 ruler

Colored pencils

1 pencil sharpener

WHEN? As soon as possible DEADLINE: MAY 15th WHERE? HS OFFICE, ROOMS 2061A, 3071, 4010 3 exercise books

1 eraser
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From the Alumni Office:
Thanks for the Memories!
School year 2008 – 2009 is drawing to a close, and what a year it’s been! Now it’s time to bid a fond farewell to our teachers and friends who will not be returning next year... Even though you are leaving campus, you will always be a part of the ISM family, so keep in touch! Register at http://alumni.ismanila.org to stay connected to your friends and apply for an Alumni ID at the Admissions area, HS Plaza level. E-mail us at alumni@ismanila.org for more information.

For Grade 12 Parents:
Dear parents and members of the Class of 2009: As the school year comes to a close, the time has come when the Senior Class traditionally engages in a number of special events. These activities are basically meant to allow the departing students time to both reflect on their high school days and to gain some invaluable information that will surely benefit them in the future. Above all, however, these activities are meant for the sheer enjoyment of the senior class. The Senior Class Council and graduation committee will be coordinating these activities, and have asked us to advise you regarding such activities at this time. The High School Awards Ceremony will be held on Monday, May 25, at 12:30pm in the Fine Arts Theatre. The student body, grades 9-11 are in attendance and we would love to see as many seniors in attendance as possible. Graduation practices are on Tuesday, 26 May, Wednesday, 27 May. The practices will begin at 1:00pm in the FAT and should end before 4:00pm. Only those students who attend graduation practice sessions will be allowed to participate in our graduation ceremony. Seniors should also return textbooks, clean out lockers, settle any other outstanding accounts and complete their clearance form, in order to get their diplomas. The Senior Lunch, courtesy of the graduation committee and senior parents, will be at 11.30am on Thursday, 28 May. On the same day there will be a Senior Celebration Ceremony commencing at 3:00pm in the Fine Arts Theater. This ceremony will feature students from the senior class speaking and performing various acts. It is a fun event designed to show case senior pride and talent! All parents are invited to attend. Our Commencement Exercises will be held on Friday, 29 May, starting at 5:30pm in the Fine Arts Theater on ISM’s campus. Candidates for graduation, properly attired in caps and gowns, must assemble in the AMR no later than 4:30pm. We actually advise that seniors plan to be on the ISM campus by 4:00pm. Women are expected to wear black dress shoes as well as semi-formal dress/slacks underneath their robes. Men should wear white shirts with collars, dark ties, dark dress pants, black shoes and socks. Each graduating student will be given four tickets for the ceremony – two tickets for the senior’s parents will have reserved seating while the other two will be on a general admission (open seating) basis. Please return extra tickets to the High School Office, so that they can be reissued on a first come, first served basis to accommodate those with more guests. If more than 4 tickets are needed, requests may be submitted to the High School Office. Only those with tickets will be allowed entry. Please note that pictures may only be taken from your seats; you will not be allowed near the stage or in the aisles during the ceremony. The official photographer, Tino Ley, will be on hand during the ceremony to take photos of the graduates and will also have a booth set-up in the High School Band room before the graduation ceremony. Please see the attached announcement with regards to the schedule to be followed for graduation photographs. Already included in the ISM graduation package are the following items: One (1) 5x7 photo of graduate receiving the certificate One (1) 5x7 photo of graduate holding the certificate One (1) 5x7 photo of graduate with family or group One (1) Senior Photo CD (a momento of the Senior Celebration)
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Additional copies of photographs can be ordered along with a DVD copy of the graduation rites. Please see the second attachment for the prices of these services. Orders may be placed directly with the photographer on the day of graduation. International School Manila is not involved in the payment and distribution of orders made with the photographer. Please remember to pay the P2500 to the cashier for the graduation package as soon as possible, to cover the costs for the official graduation pictures and the senior lunch. This year, the Junior-Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, 23 May, starting at 7:00pm and lasting until 11:30pm at the Intercontinental Hotel, Makati City. We are requiring that all students stay at the prom from 8:00pm until at least 11:00pm. We will close the doors and no students will be permitted to enter or leave the ballroom between these times. We advise parents to have their children picked up by 11.30pm at the latest when the event will officially end. Parents should also be knowledgeable about their children’s whereabouts if they have plans after the Prom, as the School will not be responsible after the official Prom event is over. It is also important that we mention the post-graduation trip to Boracay that many senior students seem to be planning. To clarify, this trip is not a school-sponsored trip and there will be no chaperones from the school. The school does not endorse participation in this event. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. Thank you for your involvement during this momentous time in the lives of our graduates. William R.S. Brown High School Principal

CONGRATULATIONS:
Last Name
Abasta Abundo Ahmad Ahmed Allingam An

First Name
Richard Arianna Racquel Kamran Heinrich Sara Jane Natalie Joong_Kap

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University of British Columbia (Arts, Faculty of) with $3,000 scholarship,Brock University,McMaster University,Simon Fraser University,Trent University,University of Victoria,York University Barnard College,University of California at Berkeley,University of California at Davis,University of California at Irvine University of Bristol,University of Durham,University of Edinburgh,Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine,University College London Concordia University,DePaul University (College of Liberal Arts & Sciences),Knox College with $14,000 scholarship,Loyola University Chicago University of Oregon (School of Architecture & Allied Arts),Savannah College of Art and Design University of Illinois at Chicago,Michigan State University,Stony Brook University Ateneo de Manila University,Boston University,University of British Columbia Okanagan,De La Salle University Manila,Lewis & Clark College,Loyola Marymount University,University of the Philippines,Loyola Marymount University,University of the Philippines,University of San Diego,Seattle University,Simon Fraser University University of British Columbia (Arts, Faculty of),St. Lawrence University Ateneo de Manila University,De La Salle University Manila,University of Dundee,University of Leeds,Loughborough University,University of the Philippines,School of Oriental and African Studies,University of the Philippines,School of Oriental and African Studies,University of Stirling,University College Utrecht Boston University (College of Communication),Chapman University w/ a 4-year Dean's Scholarship of $12,000/yr,,New York University (Tisch School of the Arts) Curry College,University of Maine,Manhattanville College,Salve Regina University,Suffolk University,Wheaton College Syracuse University (Accelerated Liberal Arts) Indiana State University,Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis,Purdue University Saint Mary's College of California University of Dundee,University of Glasgow,University of Leeds,Nottingham Trent University,University of Nottingham Enderun Colleges Inc. with $ 4,113 Dean's scholarship Boston College,Boston University,Fordham University New York University University of California at Davis,University of California at Irvine,University of California at Santa Barbara,University of California at Santa Cruz,Mills College $ 17,000 Provost scholarship,Saint Mary's Page 7 of 11

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Columbia,De La Salle University Manila,McGill University,University of the Philippines,University of San Diego,University of Toronto,University of Waterloo Ateneo de Manila University,University of the Philippines,University of Virginia (School of Engineering) Academy of Art University,Parsons School of Design, New School University,Pratt Institute,Rhode Island School of Design De La Salle University Manila Lesley University,Loyola Marymount University,Pace University with $ 11,000 scholarship, New York City Bangor University,University of Exeter,Lancaster University,University of Stirling,University of Sussex University of California at Santa Barbara,Chapman University,Occidental College,Santa Clara University,Syracuse University University of California at Santa Barbara (College of Letters & Science),Concordia University,University of Toronto (Arts and Science, Faculty of) University of British Columbia (Arts, Faculty of),Brock University,Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology Babson College,Bentley University,Boston College,Boston University (School of Management),Fordham University,Loyola Marymount University,New York University,Santa Clara University University of British Columbia,Trent University University of California at Irvine,Occidental College,Santa Clara University,University of Washington Barnard College University of British Columbia Ateneo de Manila University,De La Salle University Manila Dominican University,Saint Mary's College of California Boston University,Colby College Ateneo de Manila University,University of British Columbia Okanagan with $1,500 scholarship Menlo College University of British Columbia (Arts, Faculty of),Concordia University Bentley University,Occidental College,Whittier College Barnard College,Bryn Mawr College,University of Chicago,Swarthmore College,Vassar College University of British Columbia (School of Journalism),Chapman University $ 18,000 Chancellor scholarship,McGill University (Faculty of Arts ) College of the Holy Cross,Mount Holyoke College,Wheaton College Ateneo de Manila University,Babson College,Bond University,Chapman University Carnegie Mellon University,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,University of Michigan,University of Southern California,University of Wisconsin, Madison Blue Mountains Hotel School American University,Boston University,University of Massachusetts, Amherst,Pennsylvania State University, University Park,Stony Brook University The University of Arizona,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Liberal Arts & Sciences),New York University (Tisch School of the Arts),Northeastern University,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick (School of Business),University at Buffalo The State University of New York Amherst College,Boston College,Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,New York University (College of Arts and Science),Princeton University University of British Columbia (Sauder School of Business) w/ a $ 3,000 scholarship,University of Massachusetts, Amherst (College of Engineering),Queen's University (Faculty of Arts and Sciences),University of Toronto (University of Toronto at Scarborough) Portland State University Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology University of California at Davis,University of California at Irvine,University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign,New York University,University of Rochester Boston University Boston College,Brown University,Cornell University,Duke University,Georgetown University,New York University,Wellesley College Northeastern University,Rochester Institute of Technology,University of Rochester,University at Buffalo The State University of New York,Worcester Polytechnic Institute Indiana University at Bloomington,Pennsylvania State University, University Park,University of Washington Michigan State University,Pennsylvania State University, University Park,Purdue University,Syracuse University,Wentworth Institute of Technology University of Colorado at Boulder 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Boston University,Florida Atlantic University,Florida International University,Florida State University,University of Florida (College of Business Administration),The University of Tampa with $ 8,000 scholarship Ateneo de Manila University,University of Brighton,University of British Columbia,University of California at Los Angeles,University of Edinburgh,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,Loughborough University,University of the Philippines Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design University of British Columbia (Science, Faculty of),Concordia University,McGill University (Faculty of Science ),McMaster University (Faculty of Science),University of New South Wales,Queen's University (Faculty of Arts and Sciences),University of Sydney,University of Toronto (Arts and Science, Faculty of),University of Waterloo (Faculty of Science),University of Western Ontario Northeastern University,Saint Mary's College of California Arcadia University,Ateneo de Manila University,Babson College,George Mason University,Northeastern University,Randolph College with $ 15,500 scholarship,Randolph-Macon College,University of Richmond Ateneo de Manila University,Boston University,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Engineering),University of Michigan (Engineering),New York University (College of Arts and Science),Purdue University (School of Engineering),Smith College,Wentworth Institute of Technology Babson College,Boston University,University of British Columbia,University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign,New York University,University of Toronto Michigan State University,Pennsylvania State University, Greater Allegheny,University at Buffalo The State University of New York Clark University,Manhattanville College with $ 21,000 scholarship,University of Massachusetts, Amherst,Randolph College with $ 20,000 scholarship University of British Columbia (Arts, Faculty of),Fordham University (Fordham College at Lincoln Center),Pitzer College,Sarah Lawrence College University of Asia and the Pacific,Ateneo de Manila University,University of British Columbia,University of Victoria McGill University with $ 3,000 scholarship,Queen's University with $ 10,000 scholarship,University of Toronto with $ 5,000 scholarship,University of Western Ontario University of California at Berkeley,Carleton College,University of Chicago,Reed College University of Dundee,University of Essex,University of Stirling,University of Sussex,University of Toronto Glion Institute of Higher Education De La Salle University Manila,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick (School of Engineering) Boston University,Fordham University,Santa Clara University Ateneo de Manila University,Bentley University,Fordham University,New York University,Northeastern University,University of San Diego,University of Toronto Glion Institute of Higher Education Universiteit Utrecht Concordia University,Savannah College of Art and Design Grove City College,Liberty University,Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Lincoln University,University of Maine,Northwest College,University of Nottingham in Malaysia,South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Brandeis University,Columbus College of Art and Design,Hampshire College,Maryland Institute College of Art,Minneapolis College of Art and Design,Pace University, New York City University of British Columbia,University of Massachusetts, Amherst,Mills College with $ 12,500 scholarship,University of Toronto University of California at Berkeley (College of Letters & Science),University of California at San Diego (Revelle College),Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,Lehigh University (Engineering, Science & Mathematics),University of Michigan (Engineering),University of Rochester with $ 12,000 scholarship Carnegie Mellon University,Haverford College,Kenyon College with $ 8,000 scholarship,University of Virginia,College of William and Mary University of British Columbia,Concordia University,McGill University,Queen's University,University of Toronto Binghamton University (Harpur College of Arts & Sciences),Indiana University at Bloomington (College of Arts & Sciences),Pace University with $ 17,000 scholarship, New York City,Pennsylvania State University, University Park (College of Science),Purdue University (School of Science),Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick (School of Arts and Sciences),Stony Brook University,Syracuse University (College of Arts & Sciences) Duke University Cornell University (College of Art, Arch., & Plan.) Curry College,Manhattanville College Johns Hopkins University University of South Dakota

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