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Front Matter 1
Front Matter 2
Back Cover 1
Back Cover 2
Panama: A Tropical Medley 2
Living It the Tropical Way 6
Our Last Days in the Sun 32
Still Bearing the Heat 58
Making It Through the Medley 78
Leading Us in Harmony 98
Heated Minds Want to Know 112
Tropic Tribes 120
Hot Action in the Tropics 142
Tropical Exposure 155
Found in the Medley 188
Cooling the Heat 198
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Hey, we're almost there! The Tropical Bunch of '94 soaks up the sun
while looking ahead brightly to that glorious G-day.
A TROPICAL MEDLEY
seemed to last forever. Dur-
ing summer vacation, track
of time and day were lost.
August seemed far away and school
was a distant, forgotten dream. But,
as class schedules started arriving,
the realization hit. School was start-
ing again. The time to drag out the
rested backpack and new school sup-
plies was here. It was time to pack up
and head back to the Tropical Med-
ley, Balboa High School.
The Tropical Medley has been
dubbed so for various reasons. First,
the obvious one. It is located in a
tropical climate where the dress code
consists mainly of shorts, jeans, and
Now, what makes it a medley? Look
around. BHS is full of diverse ethnic
groups and cultures. There are all
kinds of people here. We all interact.
Some people have travelled to differ-
ent parts of the world. Others simply
hail from them. You never know who
you might meet. It all makes for an in-
teresting school environment.
As school began, there were mixed
emotions. For many, this is their last
year, while others have just begun
their high school journey. There was
the usual feeling of frustration and
dislike towards school. But, generally
there was excitement in the muggy
tropical air as friends filled each other
in on vacation anecdotes.
Thus, the product, the beginning of
the 1993-94 school year. Another
year to start fresh, make more
friends, and create even more memo-
ries. With this introduction, we
present you the Tropical Medley, the
1994 BHS yearbook. We hope to cap-
ture the year, through this pictorial
essay, for you to remember.
Men at work. Gabe Bacot, Ivan Rodriguez, and
Bryan Lugo raffle out one of the various prizes
that could be won at the Senior Reception.
Don't get near me, I'm possessed All excited
about the new school year, Addy Kinghorn is
prepared to tackle the senior year she has
been waiting for since kindergarten.
It's hopeless. Tiffany Severson dreams of
workless vacation days that are long gone.
Happy days are here again. Although school
isn't an event most students look forward to,
you can't help but have fun. Howard Pulsom,
James Lantry, and Bryan Pierce all express
What a haml Looking for attention, our school
mascot gives the camera his best side during a
hoto by D. White
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Vacation gossip. Tera Boozer and Michelle Dob-
son talk about what they did over summer vaca-
tion while waiting for the school bus to pick them
Not another year Sam Scribner sits in class won-
dering where vacation went, and wishing he were
anywhere but school.
Senior Class Officers Show Their School Spirit:
President Ivan Rodriguez, Vice President Nicole
Nassiff, Secretary Nayda Nieves, and Treasurer
^-^ ^ Student Life
Photo by J. Staha
Why do we have to start school on a Thursday?
Students Beth Larrabee, Kathy Lopez and
Michelle Collins wait until the last possible
second before entering the building on the first
day of school.
Photo by D. White
Hallway happenings ... These underclassmen
hope there's no seniors around to catch them
stepping on the plaque!
In the midst of the hustle & bustle ... Mrs.
Monlouis, Band & chorus director, can't be-
lieve the mayhem she sees in the hallway on
the first day of class.
Is it Prday )et? Maru Aleman
asks hersell the same question
asked b) esery student who eter
Living It the Tropical Way
Y B almy breezes, radiant sunshine, palm trees sway-
ing... the Bahamas? Jamaica? Nope. It's, our very
N What is Student Life like in the tropics? It is eating lunch
outside in the sunshine, bumming around the Breezeway
with the warm breeze caressing you, and attending
h dances on clear, starry nights. One day you are enjoying a
Photo bv M Schulz pleasant, relaxing nap, the next day you are getting hyped
at a pep rally. It includes traveling to "the other side" for
the unique annual Jamboree football game. Student Life
: 'also consists of the ever-present cramming for tests and
.. .. .. .procrastinating on assignments.
The tropical climate allows Student Life to extend be-
yond the school boundaries. There is always time for a
trip to the beach to surf, lay out, or Just hang out with
buddies. Take a trip further into Panama, and explore the
"interior". Go out to an island and scuba dive. Student
Life in Panama is about having fun in the sun and taking
advantage of the weather, without actually having to drop
out of school.
And the answer Is Haydee
INune waitls for Ildel Rolon to cal-
culate the answer ano share his
6 Get a Rile closer. Striking up a 7
consersatlon with Jesse Berger.
-John Blanchette checks to see if
Student L Ife her agenda Is full for F nda) night. .. Student LifeMk
FOR A DAY
FOR A I)AY
On the morning of
September 3, five
over to the Atlantic side to
represent the football
teams who chose them.
Dressed in comfortable
traveling garb, Rachel Bot-
tin, Jessica Staha, Sarah
Beattie, Rachel Gomez,
and Mayda Nieves gathered
in the main office at BHS
and were soon off in their
royal van to Cristobal High
Following a speedy lunch
upon their arrival, the
queens were lead to a
locker room where they
prepared for their annual
presentation to the entire
CHS population at their
Jamboree Pep Rally. The
Tiger Queen, Laura
Kramer, was there, already
dressed and waiting.
"I was kind of nervous,"
said Sarah Beattie, "but it
wended up not being so
bad. The students seemed
so anxious to meet us all
that I didn't really have
time to get embarrassed."
After representing their
teams at the Cristobal Pep
Rally, the queens had a
couple hours to spare until
the festivities began. A
quick trip back to the
locker room gave the girls
a chance to shed their
dressy clothing and slip
into something bummy. Af-
terwards, a trek was made
up to the teacher's faculty
lounge to relax their royal
"I didn't really think go-
ing to a rally could be no
nerve wrecking and tiring,"
said Nayda Nieves, "I
guess being a queen is
harder than I thought!"
Show time came quickly
and when the queens real-
ized what time it was, they
knew they had to run down
to the locker room before it
became occupied by a foot-
ball team. Some managed
to squeeze into their gowns
before a few people barged
in, but the rest had to run
around half ready, in
search of somewhere more
private to get dressed. After
rushing into a JROTC room
as a last resort because the
door to get back into the
school was locked, most of
the queens were dressed. 5
Minutes after the head of
the JROTC department
found out that the girls
were dressing in there and
had become enraged, the
doors to the school and
faculty lounge were opened
up and the queens could
"All that running around,
now that I think about it, is
kind of funny, even though
it wasn't at the moment,"
said Jessica Staha. "That
JROTC guy was really mad
The rest of the evening
was a breeze compared to
that scenario. When the
Jamboree Parade began,
the Queens were seated on
top of a truck and taken
around the track. After
their presentation, the
queens were seated in the
stadium to watch the offi-
cial start of the 1993 Jam-
by Rachel Gomez
Pre-Jamboree bingel The girls enjoy a variety of treats such as chips
cookies, sodas, and even a traditional panamanian dish called ceviche.
Bad hair day? If so, it isn't a very appropriate time for queens Jessica
Staha and Rachel Gomez as they get ready for the big event.
Pep-rally previews. The six football queens give the camera a quick
smile before presenting themselves to the gym full of CIS students.
I~- .. ~ ...- -
Cristobal Tiger Queen Laura
Cougar Queen Nayda Nieves, H.
Morgan and K. Reyes
All photos by N. Staha
Kiwanis Queen Rachel Bottin
Red Machine Queen Rachel Go-
mez, B. Archibold and H. Twohy
Green Devils Queen Jessica Staha
J. Williford and Q. Underwood
Bulldogs Queen Sarah Beattie,. L
Underwood and T. Ellis
. *' 3' *
Ahh just chllingl Senior Class President
Ivan Rodriguez relaxes after falling during
IM Dim -
What am I doing here? Tony Usera Is deep in
thought as he walks outside the Amador Offic-
"Hey, look down there." Vanessa Hernandez
points something out to her peers who all react
Photo b) J 5taha
1993 SENIOR RECEPTION
A Great Way To Heat Up For The Upcoming Year
was the place to be for Se-
niors. Amador Officers Club
was where the annual Senior
Reception was held The Class of 94
came together to celebrate their
newly attained Senior Status
Seniors and teachers danced to the
music of DJ s Tyler Quinn and Gabe
Bacot. Other activities included
games of volleyball soccer, and ulti-
mate Izzy Dizzy was the highlight
event as Senior Class President Ivan
Rodriguez-Mesa provided his fellow
peers with something worthy of
laughter by falling fat on his back.
Raffles were held and a memorable
extent was the performance by Mrs.
Sosa. Mrs. Alvarado. and Mr. Waugh
dancing to their music and show-
ing the crowd hidden talent
I had a really good timejust hang-
ing out with everyone, said Senior
Karl Syrdahl. Senior Class Vice-Presi
dent Nicole Nassiff agreed. The Se-
nior Reception was the perfect event
to initiate our senior year.
In the end. the reception party re
suited in a great success. It was siir
pnsingly more fun and enjoyatlE
than most seniors had anticipate a
Gabe Bacot summed it up best )I
saying, I thought it was going tl
suck but it turned out to be rea I-
cool and memorable.
Story by Kar Syrd, hi
and Michelle K ij
/. ,' I
Taking a break James Lantry. Megan Ke
and fello, Seniors enjo) a pause dunni Ihe
SPi"ning something? Ms Manchester Mrs
r.li, Mr Anderson Mrs Alarado and Mr
"r' look quilt)
Student Life ^ ^ ^1
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Students And Teachers Show Spirit
brated at BMS with the an-
nual Halloween Costume
contest and classroom
door competition. Mrs. Company's
Senior English class won the door
decoration contest. Her creative stu-
dents made a cave complete with
haunting music and dry ice going as
students entered her room. The cos-
tume contest was held during lunch
outside the main building. Students
and faculty paraded around the mon-
ument while the judges viewed the
costumes. Each costume was judged
on the basis of creativity, originality,
and special effects. First place was
won by Andrea Alvarado for her out-
standing MIME act. Second place was
earned by Torre McDade for his fe-
male impersonation 'Towanda".
Tony Worthington took third place for
his Dracula costume and make-up.
The students each won CASH
awarded by the Student Association
and the Door contest winner won a
pizza party also paid for by the S.A.
Many faculty members participated
in the fun as well. Mrs. Corbett won
an honorable mention for her excel-:
lent portrayal of her daughter, Gin-
ger. She wore some of Ginger's
clothes, shoes and carried her guitar.
Mr. Waugh came to school dressed as
a Genie, but he looked like an old Al-
addin instead! Mrs. Sosa, Ms. Mans,
Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Fendrich, and Mr.
Waugh dressed as STRESS pump-
kins. Other costumes worthy of note,
but not cash winners were the "MARX
SISTERS", the clowns, belly-dancer
and animal acts. As usual, this Friday
before halloween was kicked off by
fun and frolic in the halls at BHS.
It's Lassie, it's Benji, no wait-it's Beethovenl
Mr. Koechlein fools us all with his clever dis-
guise on Halloween.
Jack is back-bigger and better than before
Coming to us from Mr. Koechlein's pumpkin
patch, this huge fruit was one way to express
the Halloween spirit.
Just clowning around Brent Smiley maintains
his balance while showing off his juggling tal-
Peekaboo, guess who? After performing her
mime routine, Andrea Alvarado earned herself
the first place prize in the contest.
HOT IIEALTH TIPS
BHS Students Attend Annual Health Fair
Health Fair was held on Fri-
T he Balboa High School
day, October 28, in the BHS
gym. Demonstrations and
displays were offered at the various
booths showing the many aspects of
health awareness. Guest speakers
were also invited to attend and edu-
cate the students through lectures
and visual displays. These included
members of the Military Police, alco-
hol and drug prevention groups, a
dermatologist, and the Bonlac Dairy
Company. This group offered sam-
ples of their products. Other guests
included the dance team, weightlift-
ers, gymnastic routines, computer
and CPR demonstrations.
PRIDE distributed questionnaires
and gave some students the chance
to throw a pie at their favorite teacher
in exchange for a correct question-
naire. The Ecology club awarded a t-
shirt for those who answered the
questionnaire correctly. Medical and
Dental check-ups were offered. BHS
students in Health, Physical Educa-
tion, Psychology and Science classes
were invited to attend the Health Fair.
Many students commented that this
year's fair was a very successful edu-
Popcorn, anyone? Ms. Wall's class booth of-
fered airpopped popcorn as a healthier altera-
tive toJunk food snacks.
Take that A one and only chance to legally
splatter a big, creamy pie on a teacher's face
goes to Tony Mirandal
5.67,8 ... The Precision Dance Team steps it
up and demonstrates a fun, upbeat way to
keep In shape.
Hey, Couch Potatoesl The Health Fair encour-
aged everyone to get up and exercise Instead
ofwasting away In front of the tube.
^ Student Life
Varsity Football Teams Heat Up The End Of The Season
D own, Set, hut! It was No-
vember 12, 1993. The last
two football games of the
season. The Curundu Cou-
gars went head to head with the PCC
Green Devils in the first game, while
the Balboa Red Machine faced their
Balboa counterparts, the Bulldogs, in
the later game. Both games were
long anticipated and in the end vic-
tory was sweet for two teams, and los-
ing was agony for the other two. In
the Cougars-Devils battle, many peo-
ple were expecting a close match:
"It'll be a close game, because the
Cougars have been practicing hard,
but so have we," Wilburt Reese, Dev-
ils TB commented before the game.
The final outcome was a 27-14 romp
by the Devils. It was the Red-Bull-
dogs game that made the night a
memorable one. A deadlock made
the game go into triple action over-
time where Red prevailed by only
This year, BHS students went all out on deco-
rating for the Homecoming Floats. However
there could only be one winner and first place
went to the Juniors. Clockwise, from top, Soph-
omore float, Junior Float, and the Senior Float.
Reaching for the sky. Bulldog cheerleader
Michelle Tirado piles up the "Frequent Flyer"
miles as she soars in the "basket toss".
Don't let him get awayl Cougar running back
Joe Shaha battles for tough yardage against
swarming Green Devil defenders.
The catch Red Machine wide-out Efrain
Sanchez goes high over the Bulldog double-
coverage to tie the Homecoming Game.
T he Homecoming Court and
coronation of the King and
Queen are one of the high-
lights of the event. This year
Billy Wing and Nayda Nieves were
crowned Homecoming King and
Queen. The coronation took place
during the Homecoming Dance at the
Albrook Officer's Club, the night after
the Homecoming Football Game.
Senior Prince and Princess Robert
Reyes and Miggy Castro.
Junior Prince and Princess Sarr
McGuiness and Katie Wilder.
Homecoming Senior King and
Queen, Billy Wing and Nayda Nieves.
Senior Prince and Princess Drake Junior Prince and Princess Matt
Sprague and Rebecca Heard. Sweeney and Rachel Gomez.
Sophomore Princesses Julie Mat-
thews and Tracy Singleton. Their es-
corts were Herman Wilkinson and
A group of Seniors
nouncement for King
await the an-
and Queen of
Senior Tony Cooksey flashes his
pearly whites for the camera while he
enjoys the dance.
"DON'T BE LATEE"
BHS Parents Go Back To School
ho would ever think of their
parents going "back to
school?" Yet that is exactly
what parents did on September 8,
1993. Teachers prepared to inform
parents about BHS in their 5-10
minute classes. Having no home-
work, parents didn't skip and paid
great attention in class, just like their
kids would-(yeah, right!). For lunch,
parents were overwhelmed with
goodies in the library such as donuts
and coffee. Some even stopped to
buy yearbooks and books on the his-
tory of the Panama Canal School sys-
But, whatever happened to the par-
ents that unfortunately found them-
selves stranded and hopelessly lost?
Thank goodness NHS members were
stationed throughout the halls mak-
ing sure confused parents could find
their way to "higher education".
"Although what we did most of the
night was stand around and talk to
one another, it was nice to go about
helping parents find their way around
our school", NHS Senior Ana Sherry
said. Afterwards some parents, teach-
ers, and students stayed around talk-
ing and predicting the new school
year. Senior Michelle Kuo summed
up the night with her comment:
"Hopefully, my last year will be the
most fun and memorable one of my
high school years."
"Smile, here comes my Moml" exclaims INHS
member and Senior Jennifer Pownall as she
works on the halls with fellow NHS member
Jessica Penkoske on "Back to School night".
Introducing the textbook. French teacher, Mr
Roa, goes over her course curriculum with pal
ents during her short 10 minute period o
"Back to School Night".
Welcome back Class of '941 The huge banner,
nade by the Senior Class officers, welcomed
ack many students as well as their parents on
'Back to School Night."
No cheating As one parent glances at an-
others paper, Mrs. Seitz debates on what else
she should inform her "students."
Getting back to Shakespeare. A.P. English par-
ents try hard not to fall asleep in their "night-
time" 1st period class.
Student Life 5=RS=-=
rrolOsD M 5(hulI
I t's midnight and
favorite television show.
You decide that it's a good
time to start your
homework. Right when you
are almost done, you
remember you have a major
test. You panic and look at
the clock. It is already
1:45 am and you're finally
beginning to get sleepy.
You start cramming for
your test and after an hour
of studying, you decide to
call it quits. You hope to
get around three hours of
sleep before having to get
to school. It feels like
only three minutes ago
that you fell asleep when
your mom rudely awakes
I'm so tired. I don't care where I
sleep. Junior "Pipo" Lopez needs
to recharge his energy and finds
the floor is a good place to rest.
ZZZ .. ZZ Billy Wing doesn't
need to say much more, as his
body takes to the carpeted floor to e
rest his "wondering" mind.
you. You get to school, but
don't quite remember how.
You're in class and can't
make any sense of what the
teacher is saying. You are
fighting to keep your eyes
open, but they're winning
the battle. Everything
starts to sound far away,
and before you know it the
ringing of the bell awakes
you. Test time comes
around and you are too
tired to concentrate on
anything but sleeping. At
last school comes to an
end! You arrive at home,
but amazingly aren't tired
any longer. Does this
sound familiar? Kind of
like deja vous? Of course
This is the life story of
most students at BHS.
By: Jenilee Szymanski
A few minutes of sleep can do
wonders for the mind. "Work" can
sure wear one out. Shannon
Holmes stretches In a comer to
sleep the period away.
Midnight exhaustion After staying
up all hours to work on yearbook,
Monlque Carbonell finally falls
asleep at school in the cozy Year-
F or some people, a locker ce
isn't just a place to dump
your books. It is a reflection
of your personality. As the
year progresses, the collection of par- .
aphemalia grows. There are more
pictures to put up, more books to
store, and tons of paper to put away.
A locker may not be grand in size,
but, miraculously, it holds it all. Not
only does it hold, it seems to swallow
your stuff. Why is it that the day you
need a book or homework, you can't .
find it? You know you put it in your
locker. It should be in there some-
The amount of days until school is
out dwindles down, then the day ar-
rives locker clean-out day. All the
belongings must go. As you take
down each picture, you recall the mo-
ments spent in the past year. Little by
little, the locker is stripped of its life. i
Suddenly, all your lost belongings
turn up. All the homework you ever
needed, but never got a hold of, ma-
terialize in the form of a stack below
everything you didn't need.
Finally, it remains empty. It marks
the closing of another school year- -
survived and the arrival of vaca-
Mixed Emotions. Nayda Nieves displays every- RAIDI If you look closely at the top left of this
thing in her locker from a hot guy to an aware- picture, you will notice a roach that Adam
ness ad of child labor. Boyko courageously captured and displayed
as a trophy for his locker.
Top 10 Things Found I
In A Locker
1. A collection of 7
over-due books. ,
2. Last week's half-
eaten lunch. "
3. Part of your ex's
4. Most of your
belongings. I .
5. Pictures of
everyone and their
6. Books...and more
7. Mirrors of all
shapes and sizes.
8. A shelf thing-a-
9. Cool scribbles made
during boring lectures.
10. Cockroaches...? "Cool-Man" .Jennie Ullrich wins the style
award for "Most Original Locker Design".
(Photo by J. Szymanski)
WE'VE TAKEN IN THE SUN
.. And Overcome The Obstacles In The Tropics
The future of rock n' roll. Jammin' at one of
the BHS trips, Michael Chase is in deep con-
centration as he practices guitar.
Weird science. Sometimes you can make the
world go round and round as Ben Smith dem-
onstrates by turning the globe.
You see, you have to pick your teeth like this
.. Michael Fisher and David Chol exchange a
few words before heading to their next class.
^ ^ f Clubs
. & *
Where's Nayda? The Senior Class officers (mi-
nus one) put their heads "together" through-
out the year to plan Senior events such as the
receptions, homecoming themes, and gradua-
Photo by M. Kuo
Whose hose are those? Must we guess? It's
none other than Missy Davis not wanting to be
noticed ... Just wanting to be ignored .. .
Big bow-bowsi Seniors Juan Acevedo and
Bernie Santana clown around sporting "big
bows" that were used for decorating the halls
A Glimpse At How Students Get Over The Heat
Catching airi William Hinkle per-
forms a move on his skateboard at
Goethals fountain where he and
the rest of the group hang out.
Don't tell me that Amanda Rob-
bins shows an expression of dis-
belief as she is told some unex-
Oh brother ... they found mel
Having been discovered from her
hiding place, Lisa Rojas doesn't
give more than a secretive smile.
Listen here girlfriend Shevone
Ward and Matasha Banks have a
nice "quiet" discussion in the
hallway as they sort out a prob-
- c~ Student life
'r J tlaha
. So guys, where'd the ball go?
Bruce Chastain, Robert George,
Arnold Ferguson, and Efrain
Sanchez try to slyly play off the
fact that they have lost the volley-
Raise your hand if you're surel
Thamara Caballero gets into the
senior spirit with a shout of joy
while Kenny Smith looks on.
Where Is everyone? Derek Rowley
wonders if the band's Christmas
concert has started without him.
ALL GOOFED UP!
The Tropical Climate Gets To The Students
The horrific twosome Expressing
their "other" faces. Miggy Castro
and Christine Lively show their
Uhhhhhh don't tell me-the ve-
nus fly trap? The stress finally gets
to Tyler Quinn as he tries to es-
cape the SENIORITIS syndrome by
exercising his facial muscles.
Photo by C. McFarlane
Cursedl The senior year has fi-
nally taken its toll on Amanda
Spurlock. With all the schoolwork
and activities that go on. one can't
help but make a face.
"There's something in my eye"
... "there's something in my
mouth" Feeling a bit irritated.
Mike Drennan and James Lantry
don't disguise their discomfort.
S E N 1 RsS
Our Last Days in the Sun
T he last year. The Class of '94, the seniors, the
upperclassmen-all on the last journey. After
working and toiling for years, relief runs through
the veins of the seniors. There is a preconceived
notion that "the last year" is a breeze and will fly by. But
this, as many know, is not always true. During the course
of the 12th grade, many students seem to be struck with a
sudden disease-SENIORITIS. The symptoms include: lack
of interest in classes, absolutely no desire to do any
homework, not caring about grades, and basically saying,
"Forget itl" to anything related with school. Then, there
are those who tend to go the other way and stress about
everything, and bum out. The ones in between these ex-
tremes find this year is no different to any other, take ev-
erything in stride, and move on. Either way, there's one
general goal in common-gettin.i that diploma and getting
The friends made and .qi:vn. experienced will provide
memories to take along \Iith them as they move on to cre-
ate new lives. The Class of '94 will not soon forget their
last days in the sun as they leave the warm climate of the
OUJR LAST DAYS
IN THE SUN
CLASS OF 1994
Photo by D. White
SRoberto A. Abrego Juan P. Acevedo Anthony L. Air
Leah Allen Andrea E. Alvarado Donovan J. Ar
Tanya Arocho Gabriel Bacot Damaris J. Bati
Jessica M. Baumgardner Adam P. Beach Daniel Beitia
d Maria E. Aleman
Karl S. Arnold
sta Jennifer L Baumgardner
Toybe I. Bennett
Gian Carlo Bianchini Dawn E. Bilgray
Carole M. Bourbeau
Marlene Bustamante Thamara Caballero
Monique A. Carbonell
Dannielle E. Bingham
Ross E. Brayton
Ivette Nilda Camacho
Fermin I. Broce
Randy G. Campbell
Migdalia L. Castro
Bruce A. Chastain David Tae-Sung Choi
Martha Clark Chelsea M. Coffey
Martha Clark Chelsea N. Coffey
Choi Collins Lourdes M. Constant
Anthony V. Cooksey
Melanie E. Cooper
Tarina B. Cordoba
Carrie A. Corona
C D Corrigan
Brackett S. Crocker
Itzel N. Chang
Norman D. Charleville 111
Chad A. Crouch Alvaro R. Cruz
Horacio A. Decerega Christina M. Del Hoyo
Carlos E. Deleon Wilfredo Delgado
Susan M. Doughty
Arnold G. Ferguson
Melinda S. Erickson
Jaime L. Evans
Paul Fischbach Jr.
Michael C. Fisher
Laura J. Cuthbert
Luis A. Frias Howard W. Fulsom
Ronald J. Garrido Roberto E. George
Luis Jose Gonzalez
April L. Goodno
Emil S. Griffin Carla V. Guerra
Joshua R. Gale Susan A Ganziano
Diva M. Gittens Shawn C Golembieski
David D. Goodno
Dinorath P Gralales
Anabel Gundin Alvaro E. Gutierrez
Joe Gutierrez Amy S. Hamilton
John J. Henriquez Victor O. Hernandez Jr.
Garth E. Higgins William S. Hinkle Jr.
Trevor B. Huddleston Amir Humo
Chuck K. Hamilton Rebecca
Vanessa E. Hernandez
Brandy M. Holder Shannon
Jessie Husband Shondre
L. Heard 0
Adrienne J. Kinghom Jeanette Y. Knisley
Michelle A. Kuo James T. Lantry
Naomi S. Legate
Christine E. Lively
Lisa Korolyshyn Arthur R. Krapfl Jr
Karen J. Lee Kimberley Y. Lee
Tatiana Llach Rahul D Long
Megan J. Kelly Sharol K. Kelly
Juanita Ann Jordan
Teralee R. Kemp
Joel Lopez Joseph P. Lopez
Bryan N. Lugo William J. Luttrell
Jesse P. Marotta
Ami L. Marribitt
Audra A. Matheney Tiffany D. McAllister
Scott A. Lowry
Christine M. Maduro
Carlos H. Martinelli
Ryan D. McConaughey
Luis R. Lozano
arina E. Manning
Angela M. Marx
Wendy McKelvey Daphne D. McWhorter
Antonio L. Miranda Jahaira Montalvo
Takashi Murata Nicole M. Nassiff
Nayda J. Nieves
Peter J. Norman
Karen D. Meyer Nichelle M Miller
William T. Moore Nishawne I Moran
Gregory S. Nevin
Cedric J. Obert
Wesley A. Nicolls
Joseph J. Olivares
Henry O. Ollendick Tanja M. Ortiz
Juan Palacio Leonardo Paredes
Katherine L. Pierre
Carlos A. Poveda Jr. Jennifer L. Pownall
Ruth Ostrander Midori O0
Jessica R. Penkoske Shanna Ph
Ryan D. Poggenpohl
Jerome O. Price
Nicole L. K.
Heidi M. Ratliff Robert F. Reyes
Latoya T. Rines Peter Rivas
Joniseff M. Robinson Patricio S. D. Roca
Elisa M. Rojas Fidel Rolon
Erika D. Ricketts Christopher J. Riley
Carmen E. Rivera Jeniffer L. Roach
Ivelisse K. Rodriguez Ivan Rodriguez-Mesa
Ingrid L. Romagnoli Helmut F. Roner
Cascade D. Roubik Brian T. Rowley
Derek D. Rowley
Ricardo A. Salterio
Efrain E. Sanchez Bemardo Santana Ill
Vivian M. Santiago Emesto Schnack
Marie A. Schulz
Shawn K. Scott
Joseph W. Shaha
Tanaiya R. Shaw
Ana L. Sherry
Amy C. Shie
Drake H. Sprague Valerye M. Spratling
Crystal Sterf Renee H. Stewart
Jenilee A. Szymanski
Carlos M. Tapanes
Charlotte M. Souffront Evelyn J Spencer
Jessica A. Staha Eddie G. Stanford
Brian M. Swenty Kari M. Syrdahl
Johanna N. Tate
Benjamin D. Smith Kenneth J. Smith
Heather A. Thompson Jesse C. Thompson III
Suzanne Trippany Marcia Tunon
Jennifer L. Ullrich
Shem D. Unger
Lance C. Von Hollen Riuw Watanabe
John E. Thompson Jr. Carla G.
Henry B. Twohy III Vanessa L.
Mildred A. Vasquez
Julie A. Webeck
Marcus J. Worcester Jonathan O. Wright
Chung-Dar Yu Oscar G. Zapata
Luis A. Juliao Tyler Ross Quinn
Jaime Wolf Raquel I. Wolf
Austin Wu Dilcia Y. Yanez
Joseph R. Zomes Stephen J. Dally
Cesar Lou Jennifer Young
Jackeline A. Weeks William P. Wing Jr.
The Backbone Of Student Life At BHS
job of the Student Associa-
tion. The BHS S.A. is re-
sponsible for most of the
fall activities which revolve around
the Varsity Football schedule. From
planning the Jamboree and Home-
coming Pep Rallies for the student
body during the school day, to run-
ning the Homecoming court elec-
tion, parade and dance, the S.A. is
busy right at the beginning of the
school year. Another vital function
of the S.A. is to run the school store
during lunch. The "S.A. store" pro-
vides an income to individual
groups at BHS who need to raise
funds for their activities. At the helm
of all this planning is the S.A. Spon-
sor, Mr. Darren Dean. He holds
weekly early morning meetings with
the S.A. officers to keep things run-
S.A. Officers: L to R: Angle Marx, Heather Th-
ompson, Chelsea Coffey, and Rebecca Heard.
S.A. Sponsor is Mr. Darren Dean.
Abrego, Roberto "Tito"
Football, Track, Baseball, Soccer,
JROTC, Bushmasters, Driliteam
"Best message is "Just do it.""
Aleman, Maria "Maru"
SADD, Spanish Club, French Club
"To be happy, drop the words 'if
only' and substitute instead the
words 'next time'."
Tennis, BHS, JROTC
day at a time."
"Take it one
"The body makes the sand, but the
soul prints the path."
Football, Cayuco, Ultimate, Partying
"Canal Zone Rules Forever"
Arnold, Karl S. "Pepon"
Cougars Football, Soccer, Bulldogs
Baseball "Pepona, I'll never
Arocho, Tanya "Pretty Girl"
Swimming, Walking, Peer Helper,
Helping at Howard Teen Center
"To all those who knew me and know
me, well I'll miss you and don't
forget me. Good-bye Class of 1994.
Susan, Thank you for everything.
It's just the beginning."
Bacot, Gabriel "Gabe"
Football, Tennis I plan to take
over Rock Cafe and conquer the
world. L.B.C. 4-ever C.C., H.T.,
T.D., J.Z., T.Q., G.B., B.S. Que sopa!!
Ra loco, Raa!"
Ballesteros, Ritto "Chango"
"Be all you can't be "
Batista, Damaris "Flaca"
Basketball, Volleyball, Go to Parties,
Movies "Don't use drugs."
Soccer, Tennis, Honor Chorus,
Dance Team Co-Captain, Band,
French Club, Art Club, NHS
"Good Luck to the Class of '94 and
thanks for the memories. Charlie-
Don't forget C.B.S. and J.K.! Thanks
for being there. Love ya'!"
Beach, Adam "Snow"
Bulldogs Football, All-Isthmian
Green Devils Soccer Captain.
"Licky Boom Boom Down"
Bennet, Toybe "Old Dog"
JROTC "I get around."
Cheerleading, Football Manager,
Volleyball, Basketball "I just want
to thank my family and friends for
all the support and memories. I
wish everybody luck."
Bingham, Dannielle "Danny"
Soccer, Swimming, Softball, Drama,
"Your life is a book and only you can
be the author."
Boozer, Stacey R.
NHS, BHS, Ecology Club, Drama
Club, Secretary of Thespian Honor
Society, Youth for Christ, Yearbook,
"I thank the Lord for blessing me
with a supportive family, wonderful
friends, and for carrying me this
far." Romans 8:38-39.
Softball "I am happy because I am
a Senior and this is my last year."
Skiing, basketball, swimming,
tennis, partying "K.M.A.F. Class of
Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer,
Spanish Club, Christian Groups
"Good luck to all seniors after
graduation of '94."
Basketball "Big up your Chess!!!
and don't stay here more than 3
Camacho, Nilda Ivette "Chola,
Volleyball, Cougars Cheerleader,
water sports, Senior Teen Center,
"To all the young people out there,
enjoy life before doing anything!"
Softball, SADD, Spanish Club, BHS,
Junior Vice-President, Photography
Club, Yearbook, Model U.N., DARE
Castro, Migdalia L. "Miggy"
Red Machine Soccer Manager, Senior
Class Treasurer, Spanish Club
President, Spanish Honor Society,
Business Club. "The moments of the
present are our memories forever.
Don't forget them ever!"
SADD-President, Business Club,
Spanish Club, Spanish Comparsa
"Always enjoy everything you do."
Charleville, Norman III
Baseball "Dream to the stars, live :
to reach your dreams, reach."
All-lsthmian Soccer-captain, All-
Isthmian Track-captain, Green
Devils Football Team.
Choi, David Tae-Sung
Volleyball, NHS BHS, Ecology Club,
Computer Club, Spanish Club,
Photography Club "Thanks for all
your support: Mom, Dad, Ann,
Lillian! Always follow your dreams
and goals. Thanks to everyone for a
Swimming, NHS, SA, Thespians,
Drama Club, Cayuco Captain, BHS,
Ecology Club, Peer Helper,
Newspaper Staff, Photo Club
"Cherish the memories, but live for
the future. Love to my family and
friends. Thanks for everything."
Collins, Choi "Short Thang"
.Basketball, Volleyball, Track,
iPRIDE, French Club, NHS, Parakeet,
Photography Club, Vice-President of
Sophomore Class, Drama Club,
Thespian, Band "Thanks to my
family and best friends, Felicia and
iKhristine for all the inspiration in
:my life. To all the dreamers, believe
in yourself and the possibilities are
Constante, Lourdes "Lula"
:Spanish Club, SADD "I would like
'to thank my mom and dad for all the
!.support they gave me and a special
,hanks to all my friends for always
being there when I needed them."
ikCooksey, Anthony "Tony (Gamboa
Soccer, Football, Basketball, Tennis,
iSpanish Club, Letterman's Club
"You only live once."
Cooper, Melanie "Mel"
Singing, Modeling, Dancing
Swimming. Volleyball, Spanish
Club, SADD "Everyone in this life
is a very special person."
Football, Baseball, Volleyball,
Tennis, Cayuco Race, NHS, BHS,
Lettermen's Club. "LBC Forever!"
Cowling, Samantha E. "Sam"
"Life's too short. Live it up now."
Homecoming Committee "13 years
Cruz, Alvaro "Aguacate"
Computer Club, Soccer
Varsity Soccer, Varsity Volleyball,
SHS, Spanish Club, Lettermen's
Club, Biological Honor Society
"Love to Mom and Betty, the special
people that supported me. Thanks to
Holly and Lauren for keeping me
smiling. Couldn't have made it
Football, French Club, Business Club
"To Mrs. Seitz: Thanks."
Decerega, Horacio A. "Tony"
Football, Cayuco, L.B.C., VH,
"Become what you are."
Delgado, Wilfredo "Willie"
Basketball, Baseball, Tennis,
Swimming, Chorus "I will
Del Hoyo, Cristina "Cristy"
JROTC Rifle Team, Dance Team
manager, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club, A Company 1 st Platoon leader
"Thank you mom for everything you
have done. I finally made it, I'm
Soccer, Football, Baseball,
Swimming, Track & Field, Art Club,
Skateboarding. "We are stereotyped
as hell-raisers because we skate.
Thank you all who accepted us for
what we were the few, the Group."
Erickson, Melinda "Mel"
Soccer, Green Devils Cheerleading,
"The more enthusiastic we are, the
more productive we become." GAD.
Feliu, Alexander "Robocop"
Basketball "Cougar Basketball is
Ferguson, Arnold "Fergi"
Soccer. Ecology Club, SADD, French
Club, Spanish Club "You will last
long if you did what I did in High
Fernandus, Byron "Jr"
Track "Thanks to Mrs. George for
everything she has done for me and
to all the others who helped me too."
Fernandez, Walter "Wally"
Tennis, Volleyball, Cayuco, Ultimate
"C.Z. Rulz! Party Hard."
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis
"Peace. I'm out!"
Concert Band, Honor Band, BHS
"Remember the times we shared, we
will always come back to the
roots of friendship."
Frias, Luis A. "Megatron"
"Stay in school and stay away from
Fulsom, Howard "Chuck"
Baseball, Skateboarding. "The group
is all that. Brian is slamming,
Chowder is dope, James is kicking.
Will is crazy, Mickey is jamming,
and I'm a tough guy."
George, Roberto "Robert"
Football, Baseball, Basketball
Gittens, Diva "D"
Volleyball. "I thank God for helping
Surfing, Tennis, Baseball.
"I'm going to Hawaii, SEE YA "
Gonzalez, Luis Jose "Polo"
Varsity Football, Varsity Swimming,
Martial Arts, Photography.
"Don't follow the path that has been
used- go your own way and do your
own thing Peace."
Goodno, David Duaine "Dave"
Lacrosse, Indoor Track, Mountain
"You only live life once, but if you
do it right, once is enough."
Grajales, Dinorath "Dino"
Green Devils Tennis, Green Devils
Soccer, Red Machine Basketball,
Dance Team. French Club-
President, Football Manager,
Spanish Club, Letterman's Club,
','- ':f ;' SADD, NHS, BHS, S.A.
Griffin, Emil "NIA"
"Live free and have fun the rest of
French Club, Biological Honor
Society, NHS, Art Club, Photography
Club, Yearbook Staff, Dance Team.
Cougars Soccer Captain, All-
Isthmian soccer, Red Machine
Basketball, French Club, Ecology
Club, Letterman's Club. "Live life
like there's no tomorrow." Later.
Gutierrez, Alvaro "EL Toro"
Baseball, Football, "Two thumbs up
to the "Chain Gang.""
Gutierrez, Joe A.
Football, Soccer, Track (Isthmian).
"Que Sopa ?"
Harris, Michael "B.D. B.K &
Soccer, Basketball, SADD, KDL.
"Don't drink and drive cause you
might spill your drink."
BHS, NHS, SA sec., Drama Club,
Thespians- Pres., Ecology Club, YFC,
Peer Helpers. "Oklahoma","Mouse
that Roared", "Makin'lt".
"Every experience God gives us,
every person he puts into our lives
is the perfect preparation for that
future that only He can see."
Tennis, Baseball. Computer Club,
Business Club, French Club, Ecology
Club, Biology Club. "The harder
you work, the luckier you get."-
"Vany", "Nessa", "Tutta"
Red Volleyball, BHS, THS, SHS, S.A.
S.A.O., Drama Club, Ecology Club,
Select Chorus, Christ Alive, PTAC.
"God: thank you for always being
there! Mom, Dad, Ata: I did it Dave,
Mayra: Did you say RUN? Lunch
Bunch: I couldn't have done it w/out
Christ Alive: YBABOH!
Class of '94: Take Care and God
Softball, Soccer, Basketball,
Volleyball. Art Club, BHS, SADD, I
French Club, PRIDE, Photography
Club, NHS, JROTC Usher Guard,
"I would like to say thanks to my
family and friends for all the love
and support they have given me
throughout my high school years."
Holmes, Shannon "longzlle"
Basketball, Girls Basketball Coach.
"Remember the name remember the
face. See you all in the future and
hope it is a bright one. Shot out to
Mr Willy and Mom Love Ya both!!!"
Husband, Jessie E. Jr. "Jay"
"God made me black and by him I
will be strong and of course
Swimming, BHS, NHS, SHS,
Thespians, Ecology Club. "In life, it
doesn't matter where you end up, but
how you choose to get there."
Kelly, Sharol K. "FLACA"
SADD, Spanish Club. "I wish the
class of '94 good luck in the future
and a special thanks to all my good
friends that have made my senior
year the best of all.
Kemp, Teralee "Tera"
Bulldogs Soccer, Red Cheerleader,
Swimming, Cayuco- High Anxiety,
Bulldog's Guys Soccer Manager,
SADD secretary, BHS, NHS, SHS,
Spanish Club. "The fault, dear
Brutus, is not in our stars, but in
ourselves, that we are underlings."
- Julius Caesar
Kinghorn, Adrienne "Addy"
Soccer. Thespians. BHS, NHS,
Ecology Club. I am the Walrus, we
are the eggmen, cu, cu, cachu... See
you in the White House Dudes."
Knisley, Jeanette "Special J";
"Jay"."Pepona" Yearbook, Spanish
Club, Prom Queen '91. "Thanks to
Small my true friends for the best
years of my life. A.H. 2 more years
to go, Good Luck I'll never forget
you K.S.A., take care, love you I May
God be with you Dee. God Bless all!
ISmile, it's finally over. Peace! See
Tennis 11 and 12, Tutoring, Peer
Krapfl, Arthur R. Jr. "Artie"
Red Machine Football, Bulldog
Lee, Karen J.
Socccer, Swimming. JROTC
Bushmaster Co., Drill Team. I
love you Mom, Dad, Casey, and
Christina. And thank you to all my
Lee, Kimberly Y. "Kim"
Soccer, Tennis, Cheerleading,
Cayuco Race. Ecology Club, Spanish
Club, Letterman's Club, Senior Teen
Center Vice President. "Thanks for
the wonderful years in this school.
Guess what Miggy ? We've finally
Lively, Christine E.
Tennis, Red Machine Basketball
manager, Spanish Club, Ecology
Club. "Thanks to M.C., K.P, and
everyone else for making this a
Llach, Tatiana "Taty"
Volleyball, Tennis, Cougars Guys
Tennis Manager, Letterman's Club,
Spanish Club VP, SHS President,
French Club, Camavalito Princess.
"No matter what, have lots of Fun
Lopez, Joseph "Piggy"
Cougars Football, White Track,
White Volleyball, Letterman's Club,
Cayuco Race, CWE, R. "Speak softly
and carry a big stick."
Bulldog Baseball. "Watch your step,
because I'll be one of the good guys on
COPS in a few years."
Lugo, Bryan "Brandon"
Varsity Football Bulldogs, Cayuco,
Luttrell, William J.
""Veni, Vidi, Vici" Came, Saw,
Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball.
Spanish Club, Business Club, Drama
Club. "Now it's my turn".
Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball.
Newspaper Staff, Photography Club,
Yearbook, SADD, Spanish Club. "I
want to thank my Mom and Dad for
supporting my and for putting up
with me. You only live once so enjoy
and do the best you can. Class of '94.
Thanks Amand and all my friends for
Marribitt, Ami "Mema"
Track. "Thanks to L.C., M.C., T.R.
and K.M. Rico, what goes around
comes around, Remember that. I love
you Mom and Dad."
Martinelli, Carlos H.
Football, Soccer. "School is cool...
too many classes get in the way."
Marx, Angela "Angie"
Drama Club plays: OKLAHOMA, The
Mouse that Roared. SA Treasurer,
Ecology Club, French Club. "Thanks
for all the memories BHS. Good Luck
! To all my friends EG, JP, DY, CC,
RH, JN thanx for all the fun I luv U
Matheney, Audra "Anyse"
Utmost Cayuco Queen, Devils Tennis,
Bulldogs Football Manager, Rams
Cheerleading Coach, Red Cheerleader.
Bulldogs Jamboree Princess, Junior
Prom Court. "I want to thank my
Mom, Dad, Tammie, and Alan for all
their love and support, especially
this year. I love you guys. Thanks to
all my friends for all the good times
Thanks Peter for always being
there. Good luck to the Class of 1994
and God Bless you all!"
McAllister, Tiffany "Tiff"
PRIDE, SADD. "Sophomores !
Whassup? Y'all only have 2 years
left! Quin, Lanette, Candie, Cori,
Thanx Guys! You're like,the totally
McFarlane, Clemente "Chowder"
Skateboarding. "The group is full of
Tennis, Golf, Pool, Raquetball, video
games. "Best class ever, Class of
Cross Country, French Club.
Spanish Club. "Live life to the
fullest. Enjoy everything while you
can before it all slips away. To all
my friends I wish you luck and
Murata, Takashi "TAK"
Baseball, Computer Club.
Nassiff, Nicole M.
Tennis, NHS, BHS, SHS secretary,
Senior Class Vice-Pres, Spanish
Club. French Club, Business Club.
"MK, JS, DG, TL, and especially VU
and WP Thanks for all the
memories! CBJRWP&T forever !
Don't fold and stay off the bumpers!
Nevin, Gregory "Greg"
Basketball, Football, Scuba Diving.
Nicholls, Wesley "Wes"
Nieves, Nayda J.
Cheerleading, Soccer, Senior Class
Secretary, PRIDE, Homecoming
Court & Queen, Cougars Jamboree
Queen. "Thanks to my parents and
all my friends for all their support
and making my high school years
memorable. C.Z. and luck to C/O
Olivares, Joseph J."Joe"
Football, Bulldogs Girls Soccer
Manager, Baseball, Track,
Volleyball. SAO, French Club
Treasurer, Letterman's Club.
"Thanks to all my friends in BHS for
an awesome time especially Kool Aid,
BC, HC, CR, LO, DB, IR, SW, and HW.
Thanks to all my true friends for
making these high school years the
best. And to Efrain most of all, I'll
always love you pal, thanks for
Oura, Midori Mimi"
Swimming. "Thank you for a nice
Penkoske, Jessica "Jess"
Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, BHS
Treasurer, NHS, SHS, Drama Club,
Ecology Club, SAO. "Thanks to all
my friends and family for believing
in me and encouraging me to achieve
my goals. May all our dreams some
Phelps, Shanna Maria "Shani"
Yearbook, Photography club, Spanish
Club, SADD. "I love you Mom and
Paco !! Thanks God And Rosie !!
Pierce, Brian "24-7"
Soccer, Basketball, Swimming,
Baseball, Volleyball, Skateboarding.
"I plan to go to college and keep the
group together, and I'm going to look
for my dog Rufus and my daughter
Pierre, Katherine L. "Kathy"
Track, Red Machine Basketball
Manager, Dance Team, JROTC
Batallion S-4, Spanish Club, SADD.
"Thanks to me family and my true
friends (you know who you are) for
making these three years of high
school fun for me. Good Luck Class of
Poggenpohl, Ryan "Pogy"
All-lsthmian Volleyball, Basketball,
Soccer, Yearbook. "In the future,
look for me on ESPN."
Poveda, Carlos A. Jr. "Pubes"
Soccer, BHS, Ecology Club, Spanish
Club, Drama Club, BSA, Explorers.
"Only time will tell what the future
Varsity Soccer (Red Machine),
Varsity Soccer All-Star team., NHS
treasurer, BHS secretary,
Letterman's Club, Ecology Club.
"Thanks to my parents and family
for the support, understand-ing, and
love that they have given me
throughout my life."
Price, Jerome O.
Football, Basketball, Soccer.
"Don't dwell in the past, but try to
improve your future."
Gymnastics, Dancing. Thespian,
Devils Soccer Manager.
"Mango, Ledge til 5, Rem the Dares
and all those guys, CS Nic, GAD,
rGirlie, my 2 buds, forever at the
beach, 2 U's NTM? One for the
girls, Rem- if it's not alternative-
it's not real. . BOOM!"
Quinn, Tyler Ross
Football, Cayuco, Soccer, Volleyball.
:NHS, BHS, Letterman's Club.
"Misconception Rulz L.B.C. Forever
! I LOVE YOU JILL !!"
Reyes, Robert "Red"
All-lsthmian Cougars Football
lCaptain, Green Devils Basketball
:"I'm all that!"
IRobinson, Joniseff "Joni"
IJROTC, Bushmasters, Drill Team,
Rifle Team, Parakeet, Business Club,
Spanish Club. "Enjoy life cause it's
too short! I thank God for having my
sister Dalila who has helped me all
the way love ya sis!"
:Swimming, Cayuco Race, Senior
Class President, Sophomore Class
iTreasurer, Computer Club
Treasurer, BHS, Spanish Club
Rojas, Elisa M. "Lisa"
All-Isthmian Basketball Captain,
All-lsthmian Soccer Captain, All-
Isthmian Tennis Captain, BHS, NHS,
NJHS, SHS, THS, Lettermen's Club
President, BHS Band President,
Honor Thespian, Thespian
Treasurer, Drama Club, Business
Club, PRIDE, Spanish Club, Red
Volleyball Manager "Ahaaa! Oh
Salterio, Ricardo, "Ricky"
Tennis, Baseball, Golf. "Don't
forget to study but party."
Tennis, Fishing "K.M.A.D."
Schulz, Marie A.
Softball, NHS, BHS, Yearbook
Photography, Photo Club, Parakeet,
Model U.N., SADD Treas., Junior
Class Sec., Spanish Club, Zephyrus
Editor "Thanks to my family for all
their support, and thanks to my best
friends, M.C. and J.Y. for helping me
stay sane. Cherish the memories,
and remember: There is a time for
everything, and now is our time to
Slaughter, Jason T.
Basketball, Band, Raquetball.
"Live life to its fullest, because
you're only young once. Live now &
Volleyball, bowling, Spanish club.
"Stay in school, no drinking and no
Thespians, Model U.N.
Souffront, Charlotte "Charlie"
Dance Team Captain, Tennis, Band,
French Club, BHS "Best of luck to
the Class of 94. Thanks for all the
memories. Jenny- never say good-
bye! Thanks for always being there!
Dino- I love ya'! Anyways.... Peace
out dudes! It's been real!"
Soccer, Swimming, Dance, SHS VP,
BHS, Spanish Club Sec., Parakeet
"Life is short. Gozala! Thanks to all
las latinas, you know who you are.
Las quiero much. Pa lante."
Rolon, Fidel "Castro"
Basketball, Track & Field, JROTC,
Talent Show. "Have a great
Football, Volleyball, Cayuco Race.
"Thanks to all my friends for a great
Stewart, Renee "Goober"
NHS, SADD, FHS, French Club
"You only live life once, so make the
most of it." Proverbs 3:5-6
Track, Football, Cayuco Race, BHS,
NHS, Art Club
Spratling, Valerye M. "Val"
Soccer, Basketball, NHS, BHS, SHS,
M.U.N., SADD, Ecology Club, SAO,
Close-Up, S.A., Spanish Club.
"To all my friends, especially
Johanna and Marcia, Good luck in the
future and I'll call you when I need
hired help! Class of '94 rocks!"
Swenty, Brian "Swent"
Football Captain,BHS, SHS,
Volleyball, Tennis, MGD, L.B.C.
"I Swent therefore I am."
Syrdahl, Kari M.
"Magic, Mango, R, GAD, CT, Stress
and everything else. It was CRAZY...
Good luck to my friends- Remember
me and look at the stars. Whoga(s)-
- L,K,&M HIT MY HAND..... MC
Dressed to Drive. BNM Boom. "
Szymanski, Jenilee A. "Jeni"
Tennis, Green Devils Football
Manager. BHS, Ecology Club, SADD,
Business Club, Yearbook, Green
Devils Jamboree Queen. 'Thanks to
my family and true friends,
JROTC "Good luck to the crew of
the JROTC battalion, 1994 and to the
pasieros of Color Guard (best of the
Spanish Club 'To my two best
friends, Valerye and Marcia, never
forget all the fun times we had, love
ya. To my parents and brothers,
thanx for everything. Luv ya."
Tejada, Adrian M. "AMT"
Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball,
JROTC, Senior Teen Council, Drill
Team, CWE, PRIDE. "Peace to all the
Chicanos, my family and friends."
Cheerleader, Varsity Tennis, Varsity
Swimming, Volleyball, FBLA,
Spanish Club, Photo Club, Peer
Helper, BHS, SA Pres., SNAFU
Cayuco Queen, US Swimmer,
Equestrian "To my friends, Thank
you. You've made my years here
Thompson, John E. "Johnny"
Red Machine Football. "I would like
to thank my family and most of all
my girlfriend, Jenilee."
Torrazza, Carla G.
Volleyball, Tennis "Do your own
Co-Captain Volleyball, J.V Tennis,
Basketball, Track, Computer Club,
V.P French Club "Mrs. Campbell,
Mrs. Roa and Ms. Baca, thanks for all
Volleyball. "BYE. To Valerye and
Johanna, I couldn't of made it
without you. !"
Twohy, Henry B. "H.B." "Big
Football, Soccer, Cayuco Race.
"L.B.C.-- B.B.C. Forever.!"
Uhorchak, Vanessa "Vane"
Tennis, Aerobics. SHS, BHS, Spanish
Club -Tres., French CLub, SA Rep.,
Letterman's Club, Jr. Class
President. "Thanks to JS, TL, MK,
DG, HR, and my sis Nic for all of the
great times. We made it! I'll miss
you! Mami, Dad, and Tanya, I
couldn't of made it without you! I
love you! Ricky TE AMO !
Ullrich, Jennie "Grunge"
Tennis, Volleyball, Swimming, BHS,
NHS, Drama Club, Ecology Club"l
thank all my friends for being there
for me, especially Megan. Love ya
all and God Bless! GAD!"
Unger, Shem D. "Soho"
Moutain Biking, Scuba Diving,
Drama, BHS, NHS, SHS, Ecology
Club, Thespian, Spanish Club "I
hope to become a Marine Biologist or
study medicine and enjoy life."
Usera, Anthony C. "Conan"
Football, Soccer, Track,
Powerlifting, BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club, Peer Helper, JROTC "Kill
them all. Let God sort them out."
Von Hollen, Lance Clinton "Sir
Football, Basketball, Baseball. "To
all my good buddies out there! "
Red Machine Football, White
Baseball, Green Track, Cougars
Volleyball "Thanks Balboa High
Webeck, Julie "Sera"
Track, Cross Country, Softball, Ice
Hockey, Baseball, Soccer.
"Let's hear it for the youngest and
most conceited graduate."
Baseball, Soccer, Football, Tennis
Weeks, Jackeline, "Jackie"
NHS, SHS, BHS, Thespian, Spanish
Club, Peer Helper, Parakeet Editor
"Thanks to all my friends (you know
who you are) for being there for me
through all these years."
Wing, William P. Jr. "Billy"
Football, 1st Place Cayuco Race, RM
All-lsthmian Soccer MVP and Co-
captain, French Club, Spanish Club,
Prom Prince 1991, Homecoming
Prince 1991, 1992 and King 1993
"I would like to thank all BHS's
support in my last two years."
Wolf, Jaime, "Chilie"
French Club "C3M"
Cheerleading, Track & Field, Busi-
ness Club, French Club, Spanish
Club, BHS "To all my friends that
made it special to me all these years:
LS, VU, NN, RO, ME, RS, EL, NP, CG,
& last but not least, J.P.V. Party
Hard! Love you guys always! Rumb
Tennis, Track & Field, Drama Club,
Thespian VP, NHS, BHS, Ecology
Club, Yearbook, Youth For Christ.
"To quote a great song, "People who
need people are the luckiest people
in the world I'd like to thank all the
special people in my life and all my
great friends who have made Balboa a
memorable experience. God bless
you all! 1Timothy 4:12"
Yu, Chung-Dar, "Louis"
Tennis, Golf, Soccer, Basketball,
French Club, Modelling Club
Zornes, Joseph, "Joey"
Football, Cayuco, Volleyball,
Lettermens Club, SAO Rep.
Kuo, Michelle- Yearbook
Red Machine Tennis, Green Devils
Football Manager, Select Chorus,
French Honor Society, Student
Association 9-10, BHS, French
Club, Christ Alive, Yearbook Staff.
"Thanks to all my family and
friends, JS, NN, VU, JS, WP, SU,
DG, TL, MA, who have supported me
throughout my life. I love you all.
Remember my motto: S.SX., but Hey
I'm outta here!"
Staha, Jessica- Yearbook
Co-Editor "Jess" "Jessie"
Green Devils Football Manager,
Green Devils Tennis, National Honor
Society President, BHS, Christ
Alive, Ecology Club, SADD, Spanish
Club, French Club, Select Chorus,
Yearbook Staff. "My family &
friends have always been there for
me and it's going to be hard to leave
without them. Thanks "y'all" for
all the wonderful moments that will
forever remain in my heart. When
all else fails, HIT THE BEACH!"
Junior class officers Sarah Beat-
tie. (Pres 1. Danny Norman.
ITreas I Jill Hauser S1ec ., and
Audrey Earnest. IVice Pres.).
Still Bearing the Heat
mmm ... the 11th grader ... the one who can
not yet use the excuse of SENIORITIS and get
away with it. The one who still has to put up
with stress and look forward to more. They are
bordering upperclassmanship, yet, they are still under-
classmen. Juniors can't act naive and get away with it any-
more like sophomores can, they've already been here a
year; yet, unlike a senior they cannot step on the plaque
and roam the school with a ruling air about them. De-
pressing? Not quite. Juniors are almost there. Right now
is when memories are being gathered and serious
thoughts about college are being focused. For many Jun-
iors, this is one of the best years of high school. Who
knows where they'll be headed In the future. Only they
can decide and it is something they'll have to contem-
plate sooner or later. But hey, they've still got one more
Ivan G. Acosta Frederick A. Adams
Michael T. Banks
Sarah E. Beattie
Tanya M. Bacot
Natasha N. Banks
Cameron G. Benson
Brandon M. Barrett
Cesar A. Banda
Mylissa L. Bateman
Jessie R. Berger Joseph P. Bibbo
Solimar T. Antadillas
Nadia A. Aird
Noel P. Blades
Samaris K. Blades
Walter A. Bottin Walter C. Bottin
Thomas P. Briceland
Robert L. Brown
Ricardo A. Campagnani
Jan M. Blanchette
Jan M. Blanchette
Joaquin A. Boyd Adam R. Boyko
Victor E. Brown, Jr.
Magdaline C. Cantu
Holly K. Brunner
Jason R. Carrola Lenin Castillo
Raul Chang Michael J. Chase
Herbert E. Cleveland
SrAlexander J. Cooper
Margaret M. Clouston
Lesley D. Cooper
Jesse Christopherson David M. Church
Michelle L. Collins
Virginia E. Corbett
Guarionex R. Colon
Julio C. Coronado
Walter S. Carr
Giana M. Daniel Henry B. Davis
Paul De Janon
Melissa A. Davis
Sarah E. Davis
Ian Dillon Jason Domenech Paul Edwards Jerry Ellingsen
James D. Crespo
Olin J. Crouch
Javelle N. Crowder
Amanda R. Erder Audrey E. Ernest
Yxel A. Espina
David E. Foster
4 I4 Amy Marie Fry
James R. Fairchild
Jorge E. Galvez
Kristin M. Faye Myrna Flores
Eric O. Fowler
Daniel E. Garcia
Nicole A. Frank
Michele R. Gaslin
Raylene J. Ellingsen Joy L. Engelke
Sukino D. Gillespie
Rachel E. Gomez
Rachel E. Gomez
Benjamin Goode Christopher G. Goodno
Jennifer R. Hannah
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Jennifer A. Harvey
Evaristo Hernandez Jr. Juan F. Herrera
Francisco J. Gonzalez
Jose R. Gonzalez
Rebecca M. Gorman Angie L. Greene
Dustin G. Heumphreus
Jill M. Hauser
James L. Higley Jr.
Yaiseth A. Hudson William B. Huff III
Angel N. Jackson Hector A. Jeffrey
Lorena M. Jurado
Robert P. Kinard
M- ; Juniors
Bonnie M. Kemp
Dong-Oun Jeong Fernando J. Johnson
Karen L. Kemp
Christopher A. Krapfl
Paul F. Hignett
Kimberly J. Holihan
Dilia Lantry Beth A. Larabee
Sergio Latorre Shannon Y. Leggett
Michylle L. Littrell
Edilia Luck Archbold
Aaron R. Levier
Michelle M. Lloyd Etelvino Lopez
Juan R. Martinez
Carlos Lampas Jr.
Franz G. Kuo
Raul M. Martinez Brandyn D. Marx
Erika A. McComsey
cott G. McKee
Katharine R. McArty
Janelle E. McGuinness
Kelvin M. Medina
Renee A. McArty Stephen S. McAuliffe
Samuel A. McGuiness Jr.
April M. Mendez
Roberto McKay Jr.
Stacey A. Merkel
Chanda I. Mason Rashida N. Mayers
Vandana Mishra Paula M. Monaghan
Matt I. Mongeon Karin A. Montagne
Ricardo A. Morgan Jr.
Rajesh U. Nandwani
Kenneth H. Morris Jr.
Nakisha M. Nathan
Jilmar J. Morales Aneris Moreno
Kimberlyn L. Myers Brent A. Myrick
Jonathan T. Neal
Richard T. Nolan
John M. Miller Jr. Ryan B. Min
Khristine D. Nolte Daniel A. Norman
Alberto E. Orillac Agustin J. Ortiz
70f Nina Paulsrud
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Raymond M. Owens
Christopher L. Payne
Daniel A. Ortiz Jose A. Ortiz
David M. Pace
Andrew H. Page
Jean P. Pedersen Nicholas A. Petrosky
Haydee T. Nunez Eliecer L. Olivares
Jessica D. Quinlan Jimmy L. Ragsdale
Juan A. Ramos Wilbert Reese
Todd R. Roberts
Lucas C. Robertson
Raul Rodarte D. Rojo Tirzo
Mark D. Roscoe
Carlos E. Royo 71
Jane M. Posey Jill E. Pownall
Laura Santiago Hugh F. Scruggs III
C.E. Shaffer Jr.
Harnan K. Singh
S Hemda M. Sokol
William D. Shorter
Isbel A. Sirias
Christina M. Sordini
Marioly M. Silvera Mathew D. Simmons
Jamal S. Skinner
Alejandro A. Sosa Jr.
Leovihilda A. Smith
Robinn R. Starks
Shane P. Ryley
Eileen J. Santa
Richelle H. Stewart Mathew A. Sweeney
Martha S. Tola Gregory Tulk
Brian W. Vanairsdale Gloria Velez
Andrew H. Vidinha
Luis F. Vergara
Katherine L. Wilder
Carlos J. Valdes
Alexis S. Vidaurri
Donald T. Williams
Brandon J. Swistak Alyson M. Sylvester
Michelle T. Womble Li Chuan Wu
Oskar Zayas Tabitha Valdilles Al
o Not Pictured
S EJason Barton
aIvan De La Guardia
W.R. McKelphin Jr.
Meowl Angel Jackson gives her
best appearance for the Hal-
loween contest, which took
place on the front lawn during
Mami Yamashita Naomi Yano
IN QUEST TO
Junior Class Makes
An Effort To
SClairol Curl ...Junior Khristine lolte fixes her
hair after gym class. The girls lockerroom is al-
, ways a hubbub of activity after working out.
S(Photo by M. Schulz)
During the five minute passing period .. Jun- Are we having fun yet? Jill Hauser tries to tie-
ior Brandy Marx stops at her locker between dye several dozen shorts for the Junior Class
classes on a game day. Brandy cheered for the to raise funds at the football games. L to R
Green Devils football team. (Photo by M. Class officers; S. Beattle, D. Norman. A. Ernest
Schulz) and J. Hauser. (Photo by Susan Beattie)
Sophomore class officers: R)an
Sueeney iPres i, Enjoli Anderson
(Treas I Julie Marthews 15ec I
and Yenefer Henera IVlce Pres I
Photo by J. Slaha
That's a good point. Sophomore
Ryle Husted is "hooked on his- -.' '
tory" and discusses an idea with a ,. '
Strolling along. Carlos Garcia
takes a break in between classes
and admires the view on Balboa
Making It Through the Medley
W here am I? Where am I supposed to be? I wish
I was somewhere elsel Well, I might as well
Face it. I am now a high school student. Do I
look like a little kid? Can the seniors and jun-
iors tell I'm only a sophomore? The seniors and juniors, a
new group of people to get used to. It does have its pros
and cons. At least there are lots of potential new friends.
Then again, "Hey, watch itl"
"Clean the plaque"
I look up to find myself face to face with a group of
seemingly older kids. I look down and, much to my dis-
may, I'm stepping on the plaque. Unfortunately, for soph-
omores and juniors, it is a tradition that if a senior spots
an underclassmen on the plaque, they can make the un-
derclassmen polish it. Yes, this is a major ploy.
Well, at least I can look forward to all the new clubs and
sports to join. It's almost like starting from scratch. That
My first class, here goes nothing. All I can hope for is a
successful year making it through the medley.
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Boyl Am I glad I'm not in the game. Sopho-
more Green Devil player Danny Manna looks
on from the sidelines as his teammates battle
the Red Machine during a varsity football
game. Photo by Ryan McConaughey.
Go Devils Sophomore Green Devil Cheer-
leader Melissa Hart strikes a pose during a Red
vs. Green varsity football game. Cheerleading
is a popular sport at BHS. Many sophomores
are members of the five varsity squads. Photo
by Jill Hauser.
Tanya Y. Acosta
Enjoli T. Anderson
Kenia G. Anderson
Juan C. Arana
Walford L. Archer III
Liza E. Arnold
Janelle M. Atherley
Oscar R. Aujero
Andrea N. Barnett
Johnny Eri Bates
Myriam E. Bonilla
Anasha K. Bonnick
Tara A. Boozer
Michael E. Boyle
Bethany R. Britton
David A. Burger Jr.
Carolina E. Bustamante
Juan M. Cajar-Brutsch
Rafael H. Carrau Jr.
Meghan A. Carroll
Marjorie M. Castaneda
Michael R. Castro
Andrea L. Cedeno
Melissa L. Chapman
Hunter G. Chastain
Marc L. Church
Joshua J. Ciceraro
Dounia P. Clarke
Stacy J. Clinton
Kelly J. Conguergood
Glenda A. Cooper
La'Keisha N. Cooper
Ethan R. Corsbie
Monique E. Cover
Matthew J. Cowger
Lola L. Cowling
Susanna P. Davis
Felipe A. De La Guardia
Dino Del Cid Jr.
Michelle A. Dobson
Laura A. Edwards
Mark R. Elliot
Jason P. Ely
Wilma E. Engelke
Timothy L. Epperson
Miguel A. Erroz
IB Vincent A. Espina
Christine E. Estill
SNoelle S. Farnsworth
Tara A. Farris
Kendall D. Flagg
Kevin R. Fournier
Carlos A. Garcia
.. Daniela Garcia
S Edwin H. Garcia
Frank J. Geary
SErica L. Gifford
Juan K. Giles
Joel A. Gills
Elsie Y. Gilmore
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Down, Set, Huti Bulldog players (L to R)-Cor-
dova, Adam, and Taiwan get ready for the
Green Devil kick-off at one of the many varsity
football games held in Balboa stadium. The
Bulldogs ended the season beating the Devils
both games. Photo by Jill Hauser.
This isn't as painful as it looks. Sophomore
Bulldog cheerleader Devon Sprague displays
her emotions for the crowd. This is Devon's
second year cheering for the Bulldogs. Her
squad attended cheerleading camp in Florida
last summer. Photo by Jill Hauser.
Vielka M. Gittens
Louis D. Glotzer
Carlos Daniel Gomez
Eduardo R. Gonzalez
Jose L. Gonzalez
Darryl O. Gordon
John M. Gorman Jr.
Amanda L. Graber
Zovek I. Grant
Amanda S. Grass
Colleen L. Green
R ZSz^^ Sophomores
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Carol V. Guerra
Ana Maria Guerrero
Rosa E. Gutierrez
Michele M. Hall
Aaron P. Hamilton
Daniel D. Hanna
Melissa G. Hart
Tommy N. Hay
Erica R. Henderson
Michael W. Henning
Ana R. Hernandez
Conan M. Herring
Deontra L. Hicks
Abby F. Higley
Marco A. Hinds
Jacob E. Holbrook
Jared L. Holzwarth
Robert Huntington IV
Kyle B. Husted
Heather M. Jenkins
Coralia D. Jimenez
Gresmari J. Jimenez
Shannon M. Johnson
Katharine C. Johnston
Gina Marie Julia
Paul S. Karst
Kelvin M. Keith
Rachel J. Kinghorn
Erik M. Knudson
Bradley J. Kostelny
Amy L. Krynicki
Daniel G. La Placa
Checking out the scene ... Sophomore Dy-
maris Camps is accompanied by Senior Jer-
ome Price as they wait for the Homecoming
Pep Rally to begin. With all the cheerleading
routines ahead, many times it was worth the
wait. Photo by P. Cowles
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Smiling Sophomoresl Enthusiastic students,
Ben Carpenter and Amanda Robbins, share a
laugh at the Health Fair. Many Sophomores en-
joyed the pie throwing contest. Photo by M.
Daniel B. Lightell
Mary Ann Lim
Lucia A. Lincoln
Heather R. Mackey
Nils D. Madsen
Vernon P. Martens
Mia M. Martinez
Julia M. Matthews
George F. Mattocks
Hillary A. Maxwell
Doctorre J. McDade
Just Reading ... Sophomore Noelle Farn-
sworth takes her book seriously during English
class. BHS students are attempting to read
more during English, Drama, and Journalism
classes. Photo by K. Syrdahl
Just Looking ... Sophomore Meghan Carroll
watches the computer screen in the 800's lab.
Computer Writing Projects keep students busy
each quarter in the computer lab. Photo by K.
Stephen D. McFarlane
Robert McGuinness III
Lauren S. McGuinness
Patricia E. McKeon
Matthew I. Michie
Brian A. Mills
Brandon A. Minske
iara M. Monaghan
Murphy G. Mongeon
Melissa R. Montgomery
Marissa S. Morris
Joseph T. Novotny
John R. O'Keefe
Jason E. Ohman
Jairo L. Olton
Steven T. Ortez
Lori A. Park
Maria E. Parker
Yaixa L. Pena
Cristobal S. Perez
Sarah L. Petersen
Dwight A. Pettiford II
Jeanelly R. Phillips
Thaddeus B. Pierce
Sergio Pinto Jr.
Michael F. Plahovinsak
Lisa M. Plasencia
Alexander I. Renfro
Bill A. Rivas
Frank A. Rivas
Carlos J. Rivera
Maria I. Rivera
Karina Y. Rizzo
Amanda N. Robbins
Felix H. Rodriguez
Maria J. Rodriguez
Rosalyn I. Rodriguez
Melanie A. Rowley
Vanessa I. Sanchez
Yamilet A. Santamaria
Dennis E. Santiago
4W W M
The Final Countdown ... Sophomore Lauren
McGuinness anxiously awaits the last 10 sec-
onds of the game. The Varsity Cheerleaders
take their jobs seriously every Friday night dur-
ing football season. Photo by J. Hauser
Catch that balll In the heat of the game,
Janelle Hauser chases the ball down the court,
in hopes to score successfully. The Girls bas-
ketball games were filled with many exciting
moments throughout the season. Photo by J.
Karen M. Santos
Samuel H. Scribner
Shauna J. Sears
Tiffany R. Severson
Rachelle N. Seybold
Stephen L. Sharp Jr.
Tabitha R. Showers
Teodulo Silvera III
Stacey M. Skoog
Brent A. Smiley
Abdiel E. Solis R.
Snack Chat. Sophomores Brad Kostelny and
Ethan Crosbie compare stories during lunch
on the bench in front of the main office. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
It's a great life Sophomore Susie Davis stops
for a moment to take in the beautiful sunny dry
season during lunch on the front steps. (Photo
by M. Schulz)
Marie A. Souffront
Eric J. Speir
Devon V. Sprague
Charles P. Stokes III
Ryan A. Sweeney
Damian P. Taylor
Tasha T. Tenturier
Michelle D. Tirado
La Quinta S. Traylor
John D. Trim
Rory S. Truesdale
Joyce M. Trusty
Manuel A. Tunon
Josephine L. Ullrich
Juan G. Valdes
Roy E. Vega
Yamileth E. Vega
Louis M. Vogel
Indira M. Wagner
Franco E. Wagstaff
John D. Wahl
Frank Walrond Jr.
Jemail D. Ward
Emil A. Watson
Jacqueline M. Weedin
Kristina L. Wells
Matthew T. Wetherell
Leo W. Wheeler
Kelly L. White
Herman B. Wilkinson
Sean P. Williams
Patricia M. Williford
Daisy W. Winkler
Brenda Lee Wintters
Ricardo A. Woodman
Ryan D. Yamaki-Taylor
Carlos A. Yanes
Pep Rally Feverl Sophomores Lucia Lincoln and Patsy Wil-
liford join the crowd at the Homecoming Pep Rally. Photo
by P. Cowles.
SThere she goes again. Edwin Garcia predicts
that Dymarie Camps has yet another question
to interrupt his studies with. Guess you won't
be finishing that vocabulary assignment today.
Photo by J. Severson
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Finally lunch time Jason Ely is packed up and
ready for a break as he heads out the door to-
wards the Golden Arches. He prepares himself
for the long lines and frustrated waiting before
he can feed his hunger.
Hard to digest. Amanda Graber concentrates
on Danielle Bingham's latest gossip while Hill-
ary Maxwell seems to know something more
on the subject.
Think, pair, share. Danny Glotzer and Melissa
Hart put co-operative learning to use as they
try to stay awake. Meanwhile, Emil Watson and
Brenda Winters use a more social version of
Put to work. Johnny Bates has no choice but
to do the labor he's been assigned to. How-
ever, his mind was on other things, far, far
Studious Sophomores ... ? At first glance, the
idea is one of a normal class environment. But
a second look reveals extra-curricular activities
which don't include studying.
You found something interesting? Vanessa
Sanchez and Jeanelly Phillips actually found
something entertaining in one of their text
books. The rest of us, however, still haven't ex-
perienced this educational phenomenon.
You sure you didn I copy this? Mr.
Waugh checks oer Ryan McCon-
aughey s ork in Ps)cholog5
Poto byA. Alarado
Leading Us in Harmony
here's much more to the BHS faculty than just
teaching Our faculty prides themselves in their ex-
tra-curricular and community involvement. Many
teachers have hobbies after school which include golfing,
diving, and lots of other sports, as well as theatre, travel-
ling, ethnic dancing, educational fraternities, and music.
Because of this, BHS teachers make leading in the
classroom more fun. Our faculty supports the student ac-
tivities by sponsoring clubs, tutoring, chaperoning
dances, coaching, and taking students on wild field trips-
sometimes deep into the tropical jungle and waters of
This year, teachers embarked on a new field-"action re-
search". This most commonly known as "SIP". They
spend one period a day working on school improvement
and studying about how to be less stressed-out at the end
of the day even though some students are tardy and ab-
sent a lot!
Our teachers are the best and they deserve a lot more
credit than most of the students give them ... After all,
we.want to GRADUATE, right?
What do you mean you exposed
the film? Mrs. White, Photo Club
sponsor, gazes unbelievably at
her student after hearing the un-
Imagine that Mrs. Duncan, per-
manent teacher sub, helps deco-
rate for the Health Fair.
Mrs. Patricia Alvarado Mrs. Melanie Bales
AP English, U.S. History SWEP, Drama
University of Southem Louisiana, University ofCentral Arkansas
Oklahoma University-B.A., M.A. B.S., M.S.E.
Close-Up Sponsor Yearbook Sponsor
8 years at BHS, 10 years with 4 years at BHS, 10 years with
Mrs Susan Bemasconi
E I Research Projecl
Florida Stale Universi)t
B S M 5 In Special Education
3 )ears at BHS 4 years wilh
Mrs Jenenre Brewer Mrs sonia Cigarrulsla Mrs. Sydney Corbett
English 11 12 ,ipanish English II, Speech
Uneril of he Colora L Angeles C it1 College Lawrence University, B.A.
B A Callomia Sie College at L A University of Wisconsin. M.S.
Bulldogs Cheerleading Sponsnr A A B.A M A English Tutoring
Is ear at BHS and with DoDD 4 years at BHS 21 years with 25 years at BHS
Mr. David Cotton
University of Tennessee
B.S., M.S. Ed.
First year at BHS
Ms. Patty Cowles
Florida State University, B.S.
Red Machine Cheerieading, Para-
keet, Devils Girls' Volleyball
2 years at BHS
Mr. Joe 0. Brown
Algebra with Geometry III
North Texas State University, B.S.
East Texas State University. M.Ed.
3 years at BHS and with DoDDS
Ms. Relle Campbell
Texas Tech University
Junior Class Sponsor, Lettermen's
2 years at BHS and with DoDDS
Ms. Lynda Callender
English as a Second Language
Simmons College, B.A.
Boston University, M.Ed.
1st year at BHS
Your wish Is my command. Mr. Waugh dresses up
lor Halloween, this year as Aladdin's old genie.
Like mother like daughter. Mrs. Corbett relives
the sliues by dressing like her daughter Ginger.
She won an honorable mention in the costume
Mr. Rafael Chen
Boys Basketball Coach
Mr. Luis Cuevas
Mrs. Paula Fabrega
Ms. Geri Dee
Illinois State University, B.S.
4 years at BHS
Mr. Gene Fendrick
U.S. History, World History
University of Oklahoma at Nor-
8 years at BHS
"Hey, hey, It's the monkeyl" Mrs.
Sosa struts her dancing style at
the Senior Reception. At the re-
ception, even some teachers
joined in with the rhythm.
Peanut cartoon strip? No, this is
Mrs. Alvarado dancing to the six-
ties' beat at the Senior Reception.
Mrs. Amy Fisher
Keene State of the University of
New Hampshire, B.S.E.
3 years at BHS, 19 years with
Ms. Julianne Gardill
University of San Francisco, B.S.,
Social Committee for Awesome
20 years at BHS
Mr. John Forester
ISS and occasional substitute
Wesley College, University of Cen-
tral Florida, Rollins College
A.A., B.A., M.S.
2nd year at BHS
Mrs. Cecelia A. Reed-George
Algebra/Geometry Course I
Central State University, B.S.
Cleveland State University, M.S.
Case Wester-Reserve, Ph.D.
Mathematics Coach, Precision
Dance Team, Mathematics Club,
Black History Month
7 years at BHS, 12 years with
Ms. Jo Ann Gettys
Isothermal Community Collcqe
Western Carolina University,
B.S.E., M.A. Ed.
6 years at BHS, 14 years with
Ms. Camille Gibson
Algebra/Geometry Course II
Memphis State University, B.S.,
4 years at BHS and DoDDS
Mr. John Hager
Southeast Missouri State Univer-
Florida State University
B.S.E., M.A.T., M.S.
PCC Varsity Baseball Head Coach
4 years at BHS, 9 years with
Mrs. Penny Halvorsen
English and Science
Fitchburg State College
3rd year at BHS
Mrs. Joyce Hanson
Chowan College A.A.,
Atlantic Christian College A.B.
6 years BHS and with DoDDS
Mr. Richard Koechlein
Geometry, Study Skills
Girls Soccer, Volleyball
Mr. James Higley
Western Michigan University
Florida Atlantic University
B.B.A., M. Ed.
Green Tennis, Business Club
2 yrs. at BHS, 22 with DoDDS
Ms. Veronica Longo
Fundamentals of Art
Eastern Montana College
Art Club Sponsor
1st year at BHS, 5 years with
Ms. Nancy M. Manchester
Cooperative Work Experience
Bryant College, B.S.
Salem State College, M. Ed.
Student Association Accountant
10 years at BHS
Ms. Johnnie McGregor
Introduction to Business
Sul Ross University
The University of Texas
2nd year at BHS, 6 years with
Mrs. Wilma Monlouis
Band, Chorus. Strings, Music Ap-
New England Conservatory of Mu-
Teachers' College, Columbia Uni-
B. Mus. Ed.
Combined Orchestra, Stage Band
7 years at BHS
Ms. Susan Nordell
Fundamentals of Art
Mora University, Sweden
1st year at BuS, 10 years with
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Mrs. Patricia Morales
Administrative Officer-Main Office
Florida State University
2nd year at BHS, 6 years with
Mrs. Vicki O'Brien
University of Oklahoma
1 year at BHS
Mrs. Deanna D. Petersen
Grinnel College, b.A.
Teacher's College of Columbia
15 years at BHS, 14 years with
Mr. Jose A. Ramirez
University of Southern California
Long Beach State University
21 years with DoDDS
Mr. Ezra Rice
Jackson State University, B.A.
Ball State University, M.A.
20+ years with DoDDS, 1st year at
Mr. David Seitz
Biology II, Physiology
Canal Zone College
Montana State University, B.S.
University of Southern Mississippi,
Biological Honor Society
5 years at BHS
Mrs. Laura Roa
French I, II, III
Louisiana State University
French Club Sponsor
8 years at BMS
Mrs. Mayra Seitz
Chemistry, Biology II
Panama Canal College, A.A.
University of Southern Mississippi,
Biological Honor Society
5 years at BHS, 6 years with
- I a, ult
Mrs. Judy Severson
4 years at BHS
Mrs. Rita Sosa
US Government, Psychology
Wheelock College, B.S. in Ed.
University of Oklahoma, M.A.
80 + post graduate hours
10 yrs. at BHS, 23 in Panama
Mrs. Carol Sponberg
Louisiana State University, B.S.
Louisiana Tech. University, M.A.
English Department Chair
4 years at BHS, 19 total DODDS
Mrs. Maria Tejada
School Social Worker
University of Washington, M.S.W.
2 years at BHS
Mrs. Anne Verville
Mr. Carlos Vaz
Spanish, AP Spanish
Spanish Club 20+ years with
It must be Fridayl Mrs. Halvorsen anticipates the end of the day at a fac-
ulty meeting in the library. Photo by G. Dee
rhis can't be a witch? Ms. Wall helps celebrate Halloween with her
"kitchen witch" costume. Her creativity was appreciated by the S.A. who
sponsored the Halloween costume contest. Photo by D. White
Mr. J. Michael Vice
Golden Gate University
Sonoma State University
B.A.-Hist. TCH. Cred.
First year at BHS, 2 years in
Ms. Cheryl Wall
Math, Science, Social Studies
Florida State University, B.S.-Ed.
Virginia Tech., M.A.-Ed.
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Mr. Kenneth Waugh
Indiana University-B.S., M.S.
San Francisco State Univ.-M.A.
Senior Class Sponsor, Red Track
9 yrs. at BuS, 20 with DoDDS
Mrs. Dorothy E. White
University of Oklahoma-B.S.
Oklahoma State-M.A., M.S.
10 years at BHS, 14 with DoDDS
Mr. Cecil Williams
Savannah State College-B.S.
Notre Dame University-M.S.
Girls Red Basketball
Girls Bulldogs Soccer
6 yrs. at BHS
Dr. W. Edward Tyner
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee
3 yrs. at BHS, 7 with DoDDS
Mrs. Sylvia Baptiste Mr. Ricardo Booth
Attendance Officer Assistant in Main Office
Mrs. Mariette Staha
Ms. Rosanna McClaren Ms. Nadine Oakley
Computer Technician Assistant in Main Office
Ms. Sonia Webly
"nro eating In the classroom" ... Ms. Gibson gets caught in the act of
her snack on a teacher work day. Luckily, no students were around.
(Photo G. Dee)
AT THE TOP OF TIIE MI)DLEY
Controlling The Heat At Balboa High School
Mr. Kenneth Anderson
Florida State University
Appalachian State University
11 years at BHS, 14 years with DoDDS
it all? Who keeps the school
running? Many of us do not
know and some of us don't
seem to even care. However, we
should give credit where credit is
due. The "Head Honchos" at BHS
aka Mr. Holland, Mr. Anderson, and
Mrs. Hunt, continue to smooth out all
the "rough" problems that occur at
the high school. Besides having to
handle all the paperwork and make
appropriate decisions affecting the
school, they also have to deal with
us, the student body. Maintaining a
stable environment for the students
isn't easy. As we all know, there are
many different kinds of people with
different opinions and cultures and
it's hard to please everyone. They've
accomplished a lot this year and BHS
is going strong. That's why our ad-
ministrators are at the top of the
Mr. Emest W. Holland
Sam Houston State University
18 years at BHS
Mrs. Doris Hunt
Bemidgi State University, B.S.
University of Minnesota, M.S.
1 year at BHS