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    Title Page
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    Opening
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    Student life
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    Classes
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    Organizations
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    Sports
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    Advertising
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R FLEGCT JON S
The gentle moonlit face of water;
Like a mirror it reflects
The complexity of life,
What is now and what is next.
As we glance into the past,
A sentimental vision;
The arms of life forced us to grow
Nsatu-4re's continMous decision.
Time passed like the weary winds
That cradle the leaves and shift
the sands.
Ourr minds disclose memories
Of forgotten faces, forgotten hands.
Onto this glistening pool we can see
All the things we learned and did.
The swaying ripples represent
Our thoughts and dreams the
darkness kid.
Who can know, who can be sure
What the indecisive future holds.
But4 by looking at reflections,
We see how life unfolds.
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IN MEMORIAL










On January 6, 1995, a part of Balboa
High School was taken away from us.
Mr. Jose A. Jaen- Spanish teacher, J
National Honor Society sponsor, and II
friend- was killed in a car accident on
his way to the interior. Although he
can never be with us again physically,
his spirit will always live in our school
an d in our hearts. l

Aside from being thought of as an
excellent teacher, Mr. Jaen will be IM B
remembered best as being a wonderful |a
friend to both his students and to his
fellow faculty members. His youthful
spirit and great sense of humor were
irresistable to almost everyone that
knew him. He always found time to joke
around or just talk, and this showed just
how much he cared for his students.
Another way Mr. Jaen demonstrated his
devotion to BHS was through his active
role as National Honor Society sponsor.
He encouraged participation in the -
organization and did everything
possible to ensure its success.

Throughout his many years of teaching
at both CJHS and BHS, Mr. Jaen made
countless friends. These people were
fortunate enough to get to know the
unique person that he was. The
friendships and contributions made by
Mr. Jaen over the years continue to be
cherished and will certainly never be
forgotten.
Alexis Vidaurri
NHS President





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BHS STUDENT LIFE


In order to describe BHS student
life you must understand all the dif-
ferent activities available to BHS stu-
dents. Besides studying for tests, pre-
paring reports, and taking achieve-
ment tests, BHS students like to have
fun! There are many after school
clubs to join. As each sport begins,
new friends are made and there's
daily practices to attend. The honor
societies offer exciting trips to explore
Panama's outdoors, as well as visit a
museum, school or French restaurant.
The Ecology Club takes care of the
greenhouses and collects paper to be
recycled. The Thespians perform two
plays each year. The S.A. plans the
Jamboree Pep rally, Homecoming Pa-


rade, Class Competitions, runs the
school store, and organizes the
Awards ceremony in May. There's
also Close-Up, PRIDE, SADD, Peer
Helpers and Computer club. Student
life goes on and on at BHS. There's
never enough time to be involved in
every activity that BHS offers! Varsity
sports contribute to the quality of life
for BHS students. From cheerleading
and football in the fall to tennis and
soccer in the spring, there's some-
thing for everyone to enjoy after
school. Last but not least, are the jour-
nalism clubs which attempt to cover
BHS student life in the "Parakeet"
and the "Zonian"-yearbook.


"Katie, there's a frog on your nose!". While at Bocas Del
Toro a dendrebates frog makes a new friend. Photo by D.
Seitz

"We're here!" Biological Honor Society members unload
on their December trip to Bocas. Photo by D. Seitz


Slammin' ... Seniors enjoy their picnic at Rodman Pool.
Photo by D. White

"Did I get it right?". Students in Mr. Vice's Business
class work in groups. Photo by A. Carrion


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Student Association: Front: Treasurer Michael Chase, President Danny Norman, Back: Vice President Michelle Collins, Sec-
retary Kathi Lopez, Advisor Susan Nordell. It takes an enormous amount of dedication along with drive to fulfill the S.A.'s
duties. Some of their more memorable events include the Jamboree Pep Rally, Homecoming dance & parade and the Awards
ceremony held in May. Congratulations on a job well done!


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ONE LAST TIME


Pumped up and ready to go. BHS students head for Cristobal. (photo P. Alva-
rado)


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Red Machine. #1 at heart. R. Gomez and K. Bault (photo D. White)

Bulldogs' Queen A. Gabrielson escorted by D. Arias & A. Beech.


From Start to finish! Coach Palumbo at the last jamboree. (photo D. White) Cougars' Queen M. Webb escorted by J. Lopez & E. Stanford. (Photo by J.
Hauser)


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JAMBOREE '94

Jamboree is an annual event held to
kick off the football season. It gives fans
and players a sneak preview of what the
upcoming season has in store for them.
For 45 years the rules and purpose of
the Jamboree have remained virtually
unchanged and now the tradition has
come to an end. This year's Jamboree
was the last one to be played at the Cris-
tobal Football Stadium.
The Jamboree started off with the tra-
ditional parade of cheerleaders, queens,
and spirit. Leading the parade this year
was the man that brought tackle football
to the DoDDS schools, Mr. Luke C.
Palumbo. He was well-known for his
straight-talk, strong ideas, and uncom-
promising ideals. The people are very
kind to dedicate the 45th and last annual
Jamboree to me. I'll always remember it
as long as I live," was the quote that
brought tears to some eyes that may
have remembered visions of those first
games, "Theparade got everyone's team
spirit going, indicated Janelle Hauser
about the parade of students. People
screamed and hollered for their team
and yelled encouraging words to the
queens of those rough and tough guys.
The lucky ladies who represented their
teams this year were Amanda Gabriel-
son for the Balboa Bulldogs, Kim Lee for
the Red Machine, Melissa Webb for the
Curundu Cougars, Lucia Lincoln for the
PCC Green Devils, and Candy Guerra
for the Cristobal Tigers. With the parade
coming to an end, everyone prepared to
watch the 12 minute games that would
determine the weanier from the mean-
ier.
With the games commencing all ac-
tion was out on the field. Each move
was studied by the other team coaches


and their own players were tried out for
the first time that season.
The games were almost over when
lightning began and put a stop to every-
thing. After waiting to see if the light-
ning would stop, the Jamboree was de-
clared a draw, meaning that no single
team had won. When asked how he felt
about the way the Jamboree ended,
Buddy Bottin, a player on the Green
Devils, replied, "I was disappointed. I
really wanted to keep playing and I
thought it was unfair that the final Jam-
boree would have no real winning
team."
Aside from the problems with the
weather, everything went as planned.
The ceremony prior to the games was a
success. "I thought having Coach
Palumbo there was a nice gesture, and it
added to the significance of it being the
last Jamboree," said Cathy Bates. So de-
spite the problems, the Jamboree was an
enjoyable evening bringing friends and


teams together to have some fun. Com-
piled articles by Renee McArty, Danny
Norman, and Carlos Lampas.
The first Jamboree was a success in
drawing a lot of spectators. Because of
that, the decision was made to have it as
an annual event. The Jamboree was ex-
pected to alternate from the Atlantic to
Pacific sides, but the Pacific side did not
request the right to host the second Jam-
boree, so all the Jamborees from then on
were held at the Cristobal Football Field.
The first Jamboree was won by the Ca-
nal Zone College, now the Panama Ca-
nal College. The Cristobal Tigers won
the title in 1951, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1967,
1968, 1970, and 1971. The Balboa Bull-
dogs go in the record books for being
the only team to win the Jamboree three
years in a row. Last year's winners were
the Curundu Cougars.


Devil's Queen L. Lincoln escorted by J. Williford and L. Gibson.


Red Queen K. Lee escorted by R. George and J. Bates. (Photo by J. Hauser)


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Two generations of Palumbo's: Mr. J. Palumbo and sons. (Photo by D. White)










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Devils Cheerleaders. S. Johnson, V. Pohl, C. Monaghan, S. Johnson ride in the Jamboree Parade.


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A pile-up. Bulldogs and Green Devils players recover from one of their many pile-ups in the season's opener-the Jam-
boree. (Photo by J. Hauser)


Ivjal.ng I..r vtr, Big Game: Cougars B. Mart i
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Underclassmen get ready to board the buses to Cristo- C .i Ir C,, rl, idem perform at the jamboree Pep
bal. (Photo by P. Alvarado) i1, ,li, hI h.I rS I. Hauser)

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Cooperative Spirit! The Varsity Cheerlea r
perform a group routine at the Pep Rally.


Parading around. Bulldogs Cheerleaders M. Rojas, C. Eckerle, M. Tirado, B. McArty & K. Williams enjoy the Jambo-
ree parade. (Photo by D. White)

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JA MBOREE '94








HALLOWEEN


'94


Once upon a time people believed
that the day of Halloween was an evil
day. It was the day when the spirits of
the undead, ghosts, and all the crea-
tures of the night roamed the earth.
October 31st belonged to them. But as
centuries pass and times change, it has
become a day filled with mischievous
tricks, strange costumes, and (almost
everyone's all time favorite) candy.
Today children all over the world
spend Halloween dressing up to go to
parties or trick or treating. Clowning
around and just enjoying the spirit of
Halloween in a more fun way is how
this day is remembered by many peo-
ple.
So what if we're over the age to go
trick or treating? It doesn't mean we
can't join in on the fun! BHS students
as well as teachers haven't forgotten
how to enjoy Halloween. Many stu-
dents dressed up in scary, funny, and
eccentric costumes to celebrate this
holiday. Many teachers also dressed
up. Ms. Manchester came as a nun
while Ms. Monlouis was a witch.
Halloween 1994 was celebrated with
our annual door decorating contest
and costume contest. For BHS stu-


dents, the spirit of Halloween isn't just
about ghosts and goblins, it's also
about become someone else for a day.
This year the scariest costume was
awarded to Casey McCann for his por-
trayal of the "undead wizard". The
costume that received the most laughs
with his ... her? sexy tight bodysuit
and jeans was J.P. Pederson dressed as
a transvestite. Amanda Gabrielson
won the most original costume as
"Pippy Longstocking".
The winning door for the decorating
contest belonged to Ms. Massengill.
Mr. Waugh won second place and Ms.
Hans won third. Honorable mentions
are the doors of Ms. Hern, Ms. Butler,
and Ms. Nordell.
Winners for the costume contest
won CASH prizes while the classroom
that won the door decorating contest
were give a free pizza party.
Halloween used to be a day when
many people were frightened to leave
their homes. At BHS it's a day loaded
with laughter, pranks and craziness.
Who ever said Halloween was for chil-
dren?
By: IB Vincent A. Espina


And the winner is ... Ms. Massengill's door won this year's
Halloween door contest; designed by R. McArty, J. Scott,
and V. Scott.


Here's the line up ... Halloween participants D. Lightell, B. Britton, A. Austin, and J. Can-
delario show off. Photo by A. Carrion


What a face! Kristy Wyckhuys shows her junior spirit on
Halloween day dressed as "The Crow". Photo by P. Alva-
rado


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"Bo-Chinche Buzz"! NI. AAarado thlrnks sht too 1fly to, hold up
that tree ipholo b% I. Alarado)


Planet of the Apes are back! Carlos Lampas "monkeys"
around on Halloween. (Photo by A. Carrion)



Justin strumming along ... Priscilla Marciaqc and Stan Dar-
F nell join in the Halloween fun.



"Pick me, Pick me!". BHS students wait for the judges vote.
(Photo by S. Nordell)











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HOMECOMING SPIRIT


= FIELD


DAY!


Study Hall? No Way! Most of the stu-
dents spent their afternoon on the field
enjoying the games, food, relaxation and
the fun.
Wheelbarrow races started off Field
Day. Students were to wheelbarrow one
of their classmates to the finish line. The
second round was to wheelbarrow as
many classmates as possible to the fin-
ish. The overall score was by the juniors.
As this was going on, another event
called Military Ball was being played.
The teams were: Teachers, Seniors, Jun-
iors, and Sophomores. You had to pro-
tect your sideline from being scored.
The winners of this game were the Se-
niors, and second place was tied be-
tween Sophomores and Teachers. Third
place went to the Juniors.
One of the most exciting games that
involved a majority of the students was
the Tug O' War. The over all score, for
the boys, was a tie between the Seniors
and Juniors. Next it was the girls turn to
battle. The Juniors won the first battle,
and the second place winners were Se-
niors. Sophomores came third.
The final competition between Seniors
and the underclassmen was the Powder
Puff football game. Seniors came alive
when they scored a touchdown. Both
teams had great and "beautiful" cheer-
leaders who kept the crowds going wild.
Seniors won the game 13 to 6. After-
wards the school cheerleaders per-
formed their Homecoming routines.
Field Day was a great success filled with
great memories. Thanks to Mrs. Camp-
bell-Company, and the Juniors for orga-
nizing this event.
By: Kristin Faye


Fan-atics! T. Wrice and friends watch the crazy
events on the field down below, photo by P. Alva-
rado
Gal-pals! M. Steinberger and A. Frye tie the knot
for the 3-legged race. photo by P. Alvarado

You say what? Panama's best women battle for
victory, photo by P. Alvarado


Punky Power! L. Lincoln leads the Jr. Class in the tug-o-war against the Srs.


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COUGARS


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Miracles Do Come True by Buddy Martens
Homecoming game night started out as an of-
frnuive batllc each team scoring whenever they
had the ball. Every time I set foot onto the field I
wouldd ledl nm -lorrnch chumrni: Ike a mixing ma-
chine I kneiwt thal 1 I m..rd up I could cost US
the game and our chance at being "solo" champi-
ons. We got the ball on our own twenty yard line
and about two minutes and thirty seconds left in
the gamE e ,'er, do. n b' .,',e piri (14-35). As I
cd1me on ihe neld Ihe rhiron I. 1 stl hllk Ih3I \%'U
could cut it with a knife. I krer thai iti dr. I
score on this drive we probably wouldn't get an-
other chance. On first down I attempted to throw
t.. ,.ur I~,hi erd Fiedds Adam4 but the ball got
hpped ji tht lir, and i,rr.,i, piei bv\ Adam Beach.
Brach rln II back i-r ) T 1, \. t, crossed *h. t '..l
line my heart broke in two. I felt as -i...-,h I had
let the whole team down. Then out ,t it.r corner
of myeye l, i flai I.nd rr., h..p"-b- n to rise.
Theref. said the p, rlr\ a .'.j .r j ,inIIt Bulldogs,
but it was ii,.r ihe l- ii.p piir. *.' i', .v main-
tained possession of the ball At least it wasn't a
TD N,.. II 1^ 1- all Up t,. ils Jclen-t r,, p, i rb',t ,*It
f i'". '.n lI, h]r l I t., lJIJ g- hsIn'n.g up i nd
attempted to run the ball one last time on 4th
down and inches. It looked as though they were
going to make it then, out of nowhere, Carl Ar-
nold made the hit of the ., ir .luiir.,' Cordova
Hall in the backfield. This '-er.. h hi .ve would
get the ball back with 40 seconds left in the .43m
The only problem was we had to go 97 yds 'ii
no time outs. As I came onto the field the fans in
the stadium were screaming for both teams. The
C ,uu ar t. '. rt r l- i..uj, L .i i i.. Iin '.. ( -, i 1.u
Ca". 4\ ihr I j. uIiJ Lr,.i -rI \ h- 1 .1 .I
!..Ith. uhud l, I ..i. r. r .*u -it.i: I ... ilJ I..- l mI y
knees quivering. We tried to run a trick play to
confuse the defense but, the pass was incomplete.
Now there was only 33 seconds left and we had to
score! A .'. 'I't b.ik int .. the huddle for the 2nd
down, I khi-' I I r ir,. r- li play, "rip 50 Raider",
had worked earlier in the game for a 57 yd. TD,
.ul I ati., knit ih ih, i nlii.iI,., would be cover-
ir., u.- J., P \ I...1 ,i h, II.e and I began the
].lt n,. .1i ,. ns 1... 1 .r .-.. the field. Every-
thing around me was shut out, I couldn't even
hear the screaming crowd, I said, "hut", and be-
gan to drop back I could feel the pressure from
the defense coming up the middle so I began to
roll out to my left looking down field for Jelani
Jordan, our primary receiver in that pattern, but
he waivered like glue. I then looked for Robert
"The Jet" Reyes streaking up the middle of the
field. I brought back my arm and threw with ev-
erything I had. As the ball left my hands the crowd
went wild! Now it was a foot race to the end zone.
Reyes broke away and ran into the end zone scor-
ing the winning touchdown in the most exciting
game of the year. Some people say it was the
greatest play of the year. The Martens to Reyes
Connection" will go down in the record books as
h", ir-.nr-i ri.J m i i' i nr. plajv of all time; a 97
) rd I ,uchd..- n p .. .)i r.i. ,r..J of it., g~ran- hfr
the COUGARS to win the 1994 ir-Il, i...iiil
championship.



T1lII Homecoming


CATCH THE SPIRIT


You can't touch this! Bulldogs C. Hall heads for a touch-
down.


He Keeps Going and Going! W. Reese, The Energize is untouchable. Photo by B Weei
He Keeps Going and Going! W. Reese, "The Energizer" is untouchable. Photo by: B. Weedin.


Top Left: J. Holzworth tries to find
an escape. Photo by: B. Weedin.

Center Left: Catch The Wave! Soph-
omores show their spirit.

Bottom Left: Here Yee, Here Yee!!
1995 Homecoming Court.

Left: The Air Up There! J. Graham
and M. Morales jump up for the ball.


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Senior Class Officers L to R: Vice President Audrey Ernest, President Sarah Beattie, Secretary Jill Hauser, Treasurer Katie
Wilder. These hardworking seniors organize activities under the careful eye of Mr. Waugh, their sponsor. They play the se-
nior picnic, homecoming float, Class competitions and work on graduation activities. Photo by D. White


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Reflecting on Pan-
ama and Balboa
High School, we
dedicate this Tip-in
to our school Senior
Counselor, Mrs.
Dottie White. With-
out her support and
talent, the BHS
yearbooks would
not be the historical
treasures that they
have become. Photo
of BHS taken by
Franz Kuo in 1994.



























From an
ultralite, we can
see the BHS
campus,
including the
stadium,
auditorium, and
the Pacific
Softball field. If
you look even
closer, you will
see one of the
Panama railroad
cars passing by.
Photo by Eva
Anderson


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Aerial view of the Bridge of Americas, connecting the West Bank of the Canal to the East Bank. photo by E. Anderson


Aerial view of the Administration Building and below it, the Goethals Memorial and the Balboa Elementary School. photo by E. Ander-
son





The Causeway, located in Fort Amador is a popular recreational area for many here at BHS.


Aerial view of the Balboa Yacht Club. All photos by Eva Anderson


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View of Punta Paitilla and its lofty highrises at the heart of Panama City. Photo by D. White


View of Panama City where tall office buildings and residential come together. Photo by D. White























































The ruins of the Cathedral Tower of the Old City of Pan-
ama, burned to the ground by British pirates, among
them the infamous Henry Morgan, photo by D. White




Goethals Memorial stands at 56ft, with the pool below it
at a diameter of 60ft. This Balboa landmark represents the
three sets of Locks, with the I r I ,1,,r, ii. Con-
tinental divide photo by D. i'. ,


Once you cross the Gamboa Bridge and look back up the
Chagres, you'll see this view. photo by D. White


A side view of Balboa High School taken in August 1994.
Photo by P. Alvarado





Night-time view of a ship going through Gaillard Cut.
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Tugboats in the Pedro Miguel Locks prepare for their
daily tasks which help in the operation of the Panama
Canal. Photo by D. White




A view from atop the Gaillard Cut. A Liberian cruise
liner, the Fair Wind, is assisted by tug boats through
the cut. Photo by D. White




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CLASS OF '95


Ivan G. Acosta Frederik A. Adams


Edna P. Arnold E.J. Arosemena


Raul A. Barrera Brandon M. Barrett


Nadia A. Aird Solimar T. Antadillas


A-


Tanya M. Bacot


Mylissa L. Bateman


Jeeathbell Balbastro


Keisha M. Bault


OJ 18 Sarah E. Beattie
Seniors


Jessie R. Berger


Joseph P. Bibbo


Noel P. Blades




















Samaris K. Blades Jan M. Blanchette


Joaquin A. Boyd Thomas PJ Briceland


Holly K. Brunner


Walter S. Carr


Michael A. Buchanan


Felicia Carrola


Robert L. Brown Victor E. Brown Jr.


Richardo Campagnani


Meghan Carroll


Magdaline C. Cantu


Jason A. Castano 1f
Seniors


Walter A. Bottin Walter C. Bottin




CLASS OF '95


Lenin Castillo Raul Chang


David M. Church Margaret M. Clouston


Lesley D. Cooper


Melissa Chapman


Michael J. Chase


Michelle L. Collins Alexander J. Cooper


Julio C. Coronado


Aneris Coward


Giana M. Daniel


Lakeisha Cooper


JI0 Yanileth Crichlow
Seniors


Olin J. Crouch


Henrey B. Davis



















Narinderjit S. Dhaliwal Joanna D. Diaz


Ian H. Dillon Jason L. Domenech


Michael D. Estes Jr.


Kristin M. Faye


Feliomar Dones Audrey E. Ernest


Eric O. Fowler Amy M. Fry


Sukino D. Gillespie 21
Seniors


Paul De Janon Ivan J. De La Guardia


Michele R. Gaslin


Jorge E. Galvez


Daniel E. Garcia





CLASS OF '95


Rachel E. Gomez Francisco J. Gonzalez


Christopher G. Goodno Julius Graham III


Ana Hernandez


E. Hernandez Jr.


Jose R. Gonzalez Benjamin Goode


J. A. Haghton Jill M. Hauser


Juan F. Herrera


James L. Highley Jr.


SPaul F. Hignett
Seniors


Kimberly J. Holihan


Raul Hofer


Yaiseth A. Hudson





















William B. Huff III Gregory G. Hurst


Fernando J. Johnson Lorena M. Jurado


Pooja Kharbanda


Robert P. Kinard


Bonnie M. Kemp Karen L. Kemp


Caroline Kirkland


A.L. Kirkpatrick


Carlos E. Lampas Jr. IS23o
Seniors


Hector A. Jeffrey Dong-oun Jeong


Brad Kostelny


Franz G. Kuo


Kelly L. Kirsteatter




CLASS OF '95


Sergio E. Latorre Shannon Y. Leggett


Kathleen Lopez Luis Manzanres


Juan C. Martinez


il 24 Marie B. McArty
Seniors


Raul M. Martinez


Casey S. McCann


Michelle M. Lloyd


Etelvino Lopez


Priscilla I. Marciacq Kenneth R. Martin


Chanda Mason


Janelle E. McGuinness


Katharine R. McArty


S. A. McGuinness





















John M. Miller Jr. Ryan B. Min


Roberto F. Modelo


Jennifer M. Morris


Paula M. Monaghan


Kimberlyn L. Myers


Matt I. Mongeon Michael Morales


Kanako Nakagawa


Rajesh U. Nandwani


Michael E. Navicky


Stacey A. Merkel


James J. Merz


Khristine D. Nolte


Richard T. Nolan


Daniel A. Norman 25
Seniors





CLASS OF '95


Steven M. Olandese Eliecer L. Olivares


Raymond M. Owens Vanesa R. Pagan


Jean P. Pedersen


Jane M. Posey


Alberto E. Orillac Agustin J. Ortiz


Andrew H. Page


Christopher L. Payne


Jessica D. Quinlan Juan A. Ramos


gj Wilbert Reese
Seniors


Erika D. Ricketts


Praxedes Rivera


Todd R. Roberts



















Lucas C. Robertson Michelle I. Rosales


Idelisa Ruiz Shane P. Ryley


C. E. Shaffer Jr.


Isbel A. Sirias


William D. Shorter


Jamal S. Skinner


Vonsheika T. Scott Francisco T. Serrano


Marioly M. Silvera


Leovihilda A. Smith


Harnan K. Singh


Hemda M. Sokol
Seniors


Mark D. Roscoe Carlos E. Royo


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CLASS OF '95


Abdiel Solis Christina M. Sordini


M. M. Steinbarger


Kathia Tagaropulos


Annelle Urriola
Seniors


Hashim K. Stephenson


Toumani T. Thomas


Tabitha I. Valdilles


Alejandro A. Sosa Jr. Robinn R. Starks


Richelle H. Stewart Brandon J. Swistak


Jason Torres Moti Twaishy


Maria Del C. Vezquez


Gloria Velez


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B. K. Wemhoener-Cuite


Dwight C. White Jr. Tania Erika Wilcoxon


Donald T. Williams


Naomi Yano


Michelle T. Womble


Oskar H. Zayas


Tanya Erika Wilcoxon


Chuan Wu Li


Thamahara Roach


Katherine L. Wilder


Mami Yamashita


Josephine Scott []
Seniors


Alexis S. Vidaurri


Aki Watanabe


Wayne M. Watkins




CLASS OF '95


James Crespo Melissa Davis


Nicholas Evans Alex Livingston


Karin Montagne










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Nicole Frank


Joy Engelke Amanda Erder


Edilia Luck Renee A. McCarty


Haydee Nunez Elliott Carlson


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;eniors attending the 1994 Jamboree Pep Rally show their school spirit as
heI struggle io put the word SENIORS together. (Photo by D. White)


Seniors Lauren McGuiness and Joy Engelke pose in front of a col-
orful bus as they prepare to head for their last Jamboree in Cristo-
bal.


Posing in front of the Administration Building, Senihr, r-ile~r n the
year-. the\ ha enli, ed at BHS IPh otlob D \h'lc)


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BHS Seniors wave as they prepare to enjoy their last year in BHS. (Photo Senior Ivan Acosta poses in front of one of the many buses which
by D. White) carried students across the isthmus to Cristobal for the 1994 Jambo-
ree. (Photo by P. Alvarado) |

Seniors




























"Please don't take my picture!" Pooja Kharbanda pleads with photogi
pher Renee McArty at the Senior Reception.


Stepping Out: The annual Senior photo turns into lots of smiles. (Photo
by: D. White)


Nick Evans and Rajesh Nandwani enjoy their lunchtime break by t
steps of the Administration Building. (Photo by D. White)


"You go Seniors!" Another joyful group poses for Mrs. White.


Keisha Bault is looking for her reflection on a day at the beach.


Seniors


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Acevedo, Paul
"To them Garcia boys, Look u
high, & Be all you can be in
Green Kakais and wanna be
flannels."

Aposta, Ivan "Goofy" 3
Bulilogs Basketball
"Class of 95 stay alive..% -:,

Adams C., Frel A.
"Freddy"
Cougar Football sketball, Soccer,
& Volleyball. Ba, Honor Band,
FHS, Engineer Club. "Thanks to all
my friends, esp. R.S., & for those
5at didn't know-watch ESPN!! C-


ladillas, Solimar "Soli"
Baketball, French Club, Business
Club, SADD, Modeling. "It was a
wonderful year. I thank all my
friends for the fun times we had
together."

Arosemena, Elizabeth "E.J"
Soccer, Pride, BHS FHS, French
Club, Member of Baptist Youth
Group Choose To Lead. "Live your
life to the fullest. Set your aims high:
and reach the sky."

Bacot, Tanya M.
"Speed Racer"
Tennis, Volleyball, Softball,
Photography, Yearbook, French V
Club, Letterman's Club.
"Remember all the good times! C-
Ya!"

Balbastro, Jeeathbell "J.B."
Volleyball, Soccer, French Club,
PRIDE, BHS, NHS, FHS, Photo Club
"I'm glad I'm graduating this year;
but I can't help feeling sad for
leaving my school. Good luck to all
class of 95!"


Bar L Abdul
Basebact.
Chillin Karla
& lifting lghts. "I want to send a
big-up to the gods in the Earth,
the Zulu fiation, Islam and all the
Brooklyho nation. Never forgetting
my girlfriend Karla who I love
dearly and truly. Also I want to send
, shout out to my moms and pops and
sister for never giving up on me.
PEACE OUT!

Barrett, Brandon Baseball,
Football, French Club, FHS, NHS


Bateman, Mylissa "P
Swimming. "Things col
worse, I could have grada
Hell."

Bault, Keisha "Ki
Cheerleading, Partyi
partying, camping
"Don't ask!"


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Beattie, S"
Basketball all,
Bulldog E rse Back
Riding. panish Club,
SAD and Senior Class
IPl Carnavalito Princess,
Cayuco Queen, Jamboree Queen.
"You only have one life to live, so
live it up!" /

Bottin, Walter A. "Buddy"
football, Volleyball, Baseball,
Jbyuco, Pres. of SADD. "Canal
Zone-gone forever- forgotten
NEVER!"

Bottin, Walter "Wally"
LTC, NPSS, Young Posse, Hitman.
"Y.P. Friends for life."


Briceland, Thomas P.
"Meandude, Buddy F." JROTC
CSM, Drill Team, Honor/Color
Guard, Bushmasters. "Thanks to all
my Latino brothers for all the fun
times we've spent together and good
luck to all."

Brown, Robert "Rob,Kane"
Basketball(#1 5), is, Sports,
Computers, Debati laying with
Leanas Von. "Wa me later
in life. We all shall.. d. I know.
will."

Bru r, Holly K. Kay"
Sw None of sines!
"Thanks to Nikki for ng the
greatest friend and to Adam for being
the greatest brother. Dazed and
confused in Panama."

Berger, Jessie "Baby"
Varsity Soccer, Swimming.
"Everybody lives for the weekend !"

Blades, Samaris "Sama"
Volleyball, French Club.
"Michelle Gaslin, thanks for all the
great times these past 5 years
(Palmira y Dominga) To all "Las
Duras" Jurassic Park was great!"

Buchanan, Michael "Buck"
Devils Football, Cougars Basketball,
French Club.
"You better recognize the almighty
Buck!"

Camps, Dymarie "Dee"
Volleyball-#1 Green Devils in
out with my friends and si at
church.
"I want to say thank to'
parents for always, there and
supporting me! e way; to my
wonderful frielwho are always
watching 0Wr me; and to God for
making my dreams come true."


Seniors




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C Magdaline "Mani"
Redf:$cer 9,10,11. "Good luck
Class '05 wherever we go in this
S world, aN let God bless us!"

SCarlson, Jon Ekll;:Patillas"
Football, Cayuco, I: l
Volleyball, Fishing, ng,
Hanging, Everythi
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have


Clouston, Marguret M. "Marji"
Tennis, BHS, Pride, Ecology Club,
Art Club Pres., Photo Club. "A
woman without a man is like a fish
without a bicycle. Good luck to all
my friends(P.K., C.M., H.B., P.M.,
C.S., M.R.) and lots of luck to
everyone ip the future. I'll never
forget all cur fun times. RUMBA
TOTAL "

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Vce-Pres., S
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Baseball .
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BuS, NHS, Engineering S,
,o Treasurer, Beach Trips, in
FCA. "Paradox kicks. ': wait
tthe yuca to end. CZ. T sto
^|| .W.A.D."

&.: Chapman, Melissa "Moonbeam"
"Thanks to everybody. I love you."

Church, D. MicheMf"Mike"
Devils Football, Red machine Soccer,
NHS, BHS. "Don't't.op yoqg
marker. C-YA." '; .
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IP re days you'll remember,
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imise, will the whole world be
rm as this and as you feel it you'll
iw it's that you are blessed and
1lii4~ t000 Maniacs.


ylinn, May all your wishes come
.. Thanks for always being there
me."


:,Jorge E. "Latino"
~!track & Field, Running,
ifih Club, Engineering Club, Art
brb, JROTC Bushmaster, Color
uard, Honor Guard, Bravo Co. 2nd
Sgt.
o eres nada ni nadie, solo


kslin, Michele Michy"
p.ch Club. "To Samaris B. &
UM. & Buck, thanks for being
needed you all. C-ya


moocher you!" To Jessica, the poet,
love ya buddy! And to my fellow Red
Machine Cheerleaders-keep working
.I'm off to California! Keep
smiling, gang! Luv you all..."

Gonzalez, Fransisco "Gonzo"
Football. "To all the classes that
come after us, you stink."

Gonzalez, Jose R. "Fulo"
Football, Soccer.

Goodno, Christopher "Chris"
Track, Swimming.
"I loved her and was forced to leave
her!!"

Hauser, Jill "Jamer"
Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Cayuco,


Hignett, Paul "Free"
Surfing, Parties, Martial Arts.
"The three most important things in
life are: Honesty, Tolerance, &
Courage."

Hofer, Paul "Pepe,"
Mexicano"
Soccer, Baseball, French Club.
"Orale!!! Thanks to my fmaily and
friends, I won't forget you. Work
hard, have fun and make a lot of
friends, that way you'll be somebody
someday. Thank God we finally made
it! Friends forever! No matter the
distance."


Holihan, Kim "Nappy"
Track Mgr., Varsity smurf
swim mgr., mud wrestling,


hunting,
photo


Volleyball cl,,c h NHS, Assoc. of Rastafarian
BHS, NHS, Sec. of Senior Class. ,;~ tAmericas, SADD. "The most
"You only live once so have fun. t ant lessons I learned in high
ihl were about friendship and


Hernandez, Ana "Pud"
FBLA, Drama Club, Student Council.
"Angie-Couldn't have made it
without you, I love you! HKS-thanx
for the memories, I'll never forget
you. KSC-Keep smiling, good luck
with AB. Thanx for believing in me.
And to HB, CM, MD, DL, AG, VG and
especially LSM, thanx for all the
'good'imres."

Hernandez, Evaristo
"Junior" Football,Swimming,
Soccer, Enginering club, S.A.
(Publicity), Teen Representative.
"The future is approaching rapidly.
Take whatever opportunities come
your way and improve your lives."

Higley, James
Tennis, Wrestling, Weight Lifting,
Computers, Cars
"Cross Culture Rulz, John 3:16,
Good Luck In Basketball Abby, Play
Hard Sis."


love. Thanks to all those who've
inspired me."

Hudson, Yaiseth
Volleyball, Softball
FHS, NHS, French Club, Pride &
JROTC. "I want to wish everyone good
luck on your future endeavors and
dreams."

Huff, William "Willo"
Football, Volleyball.
"L.T.C., C.C.A., Young Posse
Kill Carter. Y.P. friends for life."

Hurst, Gregory
Volleyball, Tae Kwan Do.
"Graduation is only the first step."

Jeffrey, Hector A. "Colombian"
Rifle Team, Paint. "Pa'lante,
Gone."







Seniors -J







Kemp, Bonnie M.
Bulldogs Cheerleading, Soccer,
Tennis, Volleyball, Pride, French
Club, Pe*r Helping, Letterman Club.
"To all nr friends at BHS: thanks
for the memories. Tr Pilar,
Christine, Steve, Mutphy, and Jared
only one more yeaM;.

Kemp, Karen
,Bulldogs Soccer, Red iketball,
' W fn.. ming, Cayuco4f : & Lone
Mud :fr stOing, S Pres.,
a doesn't
matt we know
who we


Kuo, Franz G.
Yearbook-Editor, Ecology Club,
NHS, BHS, FHS, Parrakeet, Model
U.N., French Club, Moot Court,
S.A.O. 93-94.
"Farewell BHS. Another page is
added to our history. Now we move
on leaving others behind. Class of
'95!"

Lampas, Carlos "Kelly"
FoOball, soccer, baseball, track.
i E .to ~marry a blonde and.
e world."


Dance.


you to


Band Pre
the fulles
rules."


"It takes a big man to cry, but it
takes an even bigger man to laugh
that man."


McAr y : Casper"
Ch- ~ming, Soccer,
1a & Bulldogs
IB, Photo Club, Art Club,
r puf coach.
P thy, I'll always be;
y can't sing good, si


G Wiuel "Sammy.
Donatello" Billiards, Football,
Tennis, Basbl, Soccer, Ice
Hockey. 'i..pS.S, N.C.C.A,
L.B.C, CPT eWZ forever. Yl
friends for life."


Kiu


f, Raul,


. 71Kirkpatrick, Ariadn :'
Lorena"Tyson" 4 3.
"Thank you for everythi m,*mmy
and Dad. Love you. Las Duaibe
:Matar, Tina and Hay-D Thanks 4 tl
memories."

Kirsteatter, Kelly "Nacho"
Soccer, Band, NHS, BHS,
Engineering Club, powder puf.
"Thanks for everything Nick!
Maylinn-catch the wave! Raul &
Steve-Johnny Nacho. Tannis-he
wants you! Good luck to all my
Senior Buddies, and have fun next
year to all my Junior One's."


IFrench Club, Spanish Merkel, Stacey Ann
.Gracias Dios mio for French Club 10th & 11 th and
i y por todas las Fashion Show. "Thanks to
ea me haz dado, y a everybody who has me
F una y otra '-'- izytroubles."
acro rna pauza en m ." V ,.
Merzi elZ s
no. Basketball cause you
get up doesn't mf3ilhas to g
Pris ~Ri "Chily" down." ":
aquetbal, partying.
up your dreams.IL Miller, John M. Jr. "Jac


Carlos


"No


to, Weights, Cars.


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.etball, baseball,


Temmos"
Baseball, Vollll
(Thespian), Tro
arakeet Editor,
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mmillon tonight,
i Ease."


Golf, Dram
lines Staff,


acting.


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I(orff, $k ichael "Mike"
o t -, Basketball, Track,
Vddleyball, BHS, Spanish Club,
espians, Pride, Close-up,
ettermen Club, 7Thanks to all of
ose pe there for me
l I to all of
in me when I
n myself."

on, Matt "Mongeon"
basketball, Soccer, Football. "I




volleyball,
swimming.
SNHS, BHki Club, French
re e team,
Multicultural club.
We should give thanks and walk
h our heads up high as a
Igene of ideal men and women
our acquired maturity.
r give up, just follow your
aspirations, keeping in mind that
is a pot of gold at the end of the
rainbow!
ood luck, Class of '95!"


Nakagawa, Kanako
Advanced Band, Select Chorus,
Orchestra, Jazz Band. "I would like
to say thank you to my family,
friends and those who know me,
especially teachers. Best of luck to
the classes of 95 & 96. SMILE!"

Nandwani, Rajesh
Varsity tennis, swimming,
basketball, Ecology Club, Computer
Club, BHS, NJHS, NHS Secretary,
Spanish Club Treasurer, SHS,
Engineering Club. "I am grateful
to all my friends for their support
- You know who you are. Thanx.


future because you're going to spend
the rest of your life there, but
never forget your past Canal Zone
Forever!"

Nunez, Haydee "Nutz",
"Thanx mom and dad! I'll miss
you!! Chino, Kermit, Tina, Arhy,
Kendall, Missy & Piggy; thanx for
putting up with me. I LOVE YOU
ALL! Don't let yesterdays
dissapointments overshadow
tomorrows dreams. I'm outta
here!! YEAH!! Watchdogg 10-4,
over and out."


Best of luck. Class of 95 RULZ! Olivares, Lee "Viper, Steal,
Life is ours we live it our way!" Greatness"
Football, Track & Field, Volleyball.
Navicky, Michael Chillin' wit' da family clan, the
Varsity football-10, 11, 12, J.V. blond chick, and Pinteando Raz!
football- 9, Engineering Club-12. "!Li it on the edge. I did; now look
"Always look up for falling .. ^e I'm out, Emie!"
footballs they might hit you in throt-
head."
ead" Ortiz, Agustin J. "Jim"
Nolan, T. Richard "Rich" Swimming, Computer club, Ecology
Noan, T. Ricard iclub, the 800 club Huh-huh.
Tennis, Baseball, Cayuco, Scuba, club, the 800 club "Huh-huh.
Camping, Fishing, Photo Cluba, Knowledge is stupid. Huh-huh. Yeah.
Camping, Fishing, Photo Club, Huh-huh."


Yearbook, BHS, Engineer Club.
"You only l t "


Nolte, Khristine "Khris"
Basketball, Track & Field,
Thespians. "To all those who didn't
believe in me and Gary: You were
wrong! I love you, Class of 95,
you'll never be forgotten! And to
Felicia, thanks for being there for
me.

Norman, Daniel "Scrooge"
Green Baseball, Red Tennis, Red
Volleyball, S.A. President, Jr. Class
Treasurer, NHS, SHS, BHS, Spanish
Club, Lettermen's Club,
Engineering Club, Yearbook Staff,
SAO Rep, Miami Herald Student
Staff. "Put your interest in the


Owens, Raymond "Luther, Ray-
Ray"
"I drag 'em & Bag 'em"

Page, Andrew
Swimming, Ecology Club, Computer
Club, ANCON, Newspaper, NHS.

Posey, Jane
Basketball, Soccer, Business Club,
Spanish Club, NHS, BHS, SHS,
Pride, Engineer Club, SAO.
"Thanks to all my friends for being
there for me (A.U. & E.J.). Class of
95 Rulz forever!"









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II, Jill "Funny Face"
IRed Machine Soccer, cayuco, mud-
wrestling. BHS.
"I hateKansas. Blue moons are the
best.

Quinlan, Jessica
Tennis, Soccer, Cheerleading, BHS,
NHS, Thespian (Secretary), Ecology
Club. "MS, AF, RM, and RG, Well,
this is the end, we've had a lot of
.::fun this year and there are a lot of
*einories. Rae, thanks for being
thete, it's rare to find a friend like
you. Reme liwn 're stuck
on a bridge it "waters,
there is over.
............ w ay


Rep, motorcycle riding, NJHS,
football, science club "Best of luck
to the class of 95. Thanks R.N., C.R.,
D.S., I.D., J.M., & and F.G.
"Make the most of today, because
yesterday is gone forever, and
tomorrow might come never!"

Rosales, Michelle "Bertha"
Cross country(Germany-10th),
Track(Balboa- 11th)
"A woman without a man is like a
fist without underwear."

Roy; Ca.is. "Vampiro"
FootbalCayico, Spanish
Pres., BHS,.Thepi in
Fishing and Cf '
Scuba. "For thes&ntl i.
outline our sevarl~i~i ..


r Ti~raBi %--^^ .Ruiz, Idelisa "Lis':':~":'
,*1f ..;. Tennis, Singing, and g kout with
Ricketts.'- it.: Chowder. "See ya:itei Good luck
Chorus an Amada, Tweety :aind Olvia! Gloria
George. "D df 5o..'t fofest I luv U Chowder."
fun. Just .E4.
any, R iMne "Shano"
a'it wel. Love? ' UiaPs &0 cer and Cayuco.
',, 'what a stroked!! RAS!

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ball, L.T.C., C.C.A.;i;.-S.- Scptt, Joseioh l.Jo
We love it J.D. Canal Zdj 4- Yearbootk, ; lent Council,
ever! Live and let die...To i I national C Club, Model
continued" .r Bt_ otography&b, and
Club. "Cohratulations
Roach, Thamahara. "TR P" :Luck, Class of '95."
"To all guys: No matter how much I :^ ::
get dissed there will always be Sitt, Voiheika "Von" a
someone else." Cougars Varsity Basketball,
Business Club, Yearbook, V.P. f
Roberts, Todd "Toad", 9th & 10th grade class in Ca.,
Football, Baseball, and Soccer. Spending time with Rob & LeAna.
"Keep partying! Have Fun!" "PEACE OUT. Good luck to all the
homes. Robert & April, I luv U. To
Robertson, Lucas "Luke" my girls, Dasula and Cynthia;
BHS, NHS, Spanish Club, remember mte always."
Engineering Club V.P., SCUBA, SAO
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Serrano, Francisco P. III
"Baro" French Club, Band, Pride.:
"Thanks to my parents and all th
who backed menrptG r
class of

Sho a
Comp wt .ub, Eco
800 club Basketball, aames,
and Sleeping. "If at first you don'
succeed, break it! Life sucks, so
don't get stressed."


Sokol;;, A a"Hem...da"
Dance Team Erench Club. "Stay
cool and g . flow."

Sordini, Christina "Pepper"
Softball 9-10, FCA 9-10, Pride '
12, Art Club President 11-12,
BHS 12, Key Club 9-10, SE.ED)
Most school spirited 10, Honor:
Society 9. "Thank. m for
tur. patience. Mitc
thanks for keeping me s-
Holly-theers to all those nig |
Margaret I s for those tennis
lessons. U.K. f !"

Sosa, Alex : I
Green Football, Cayuco ALMOST #
1!!, Volleyball, BHS, NHS Spanish
Club, LTC. "Lake Trips Rule! ULi
L Life to the Fullest. Thanks E.C.,


,.B., M.S., S.M., OZI
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of the time you
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t SADD
I my parents for helping me
the good times and bad.
r theis t a live for the
ture, a will
and friends,
we've spent
ya, and good luck!"

larger, Maylinn "Sprite"
er, Red Machine Baseball
manager, Editor Parakeet
wspaper, Band. "Amy: What can
say we made it You're the best
e memories. Good
keep in touch.
ae: Always remember our phrase.
rou have t~o make this year
.I lBl .hanks! Kathy,
Bernie, Renee: Thanks for all the
d time. Kelly: Ride the waves."

tephe~son, Hashim
lie before your time."

ney, Matt "Paco el Perdido"
;olf, Ping-Pong, Racing, Hunting,
.ake trips, Campana, Camping.
There is always something else to


wistak, Brandon "Boo!
cer, Baseball, Playing Guitar,
dSinging. "Tomorrow may never
g be sure to have fun today!
Smy girlfriend Melissa.
'Than div. 1 you!"

t c:. inhy"g
l scuba diving,


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LWe lo v B.H.S."

homas, Toujpl
baseball. "Nuf i
to my hommre


Peace


Torres, Jason L.
Baseball, Football, Girls, Music,
Writing lyrics, Kicking back, Going
to parties, and Buying clothes. "A
people without knowledge of their
history or past is like a tree
without roots."

Urriola, Annelle
Cheerleading, Soccer, Manager,
NJHS, NHS V.P., BHS, SHS, Spanish
Club Sec., Carnavalito Princess,
PRIDE, Close Up, SAO Rep.
"Thanks to my friends for making
these years count- J.M., J.M.P.,
A.V. Spud and Buster- you guys are
the best! To everyone good luck."

Velez, Gloria "Shorty"
Green Devil Basketball, Singing,
Dancing, Drawing, Writing Poetry.
"Have fun in everything you do and
never lose faith in yourself."

Vidaurri, Alexis
Bulldog Tennis, Gold Soccer, NHS
President, BHS treasurer, NJHS,
PRIDE secretary, SHS, Spanish
Club, Close Up. "Thanx to my
friends (you know who you are) and
to the class of '95 for making these
past years the best! Never forget
this year & Good luck in the ones to
come."

Watanabe, Aki "Aki"
Soccer, volleyball, basketball,
swimming, golf, tennis, dodgeball,
Manager, BHS Honor Band, football
band, "Good-bye BHS and thank you
very much, I really enjoyed my life
here at school. Thanks to all my
teachers and fellow students."

Wilder, Kate "Shweelee"
Cheerleading, soccer, cayuco,
tennis, volleyball, BHS, senior
class treasurer. "Canal Zone-Gone
Forever-Forgotten Never!"


Williams, Tim "Timingg"
Soccer, basketball, playing sports,
looking at girls and watching ESPN.
"Keep your head up cuz somebody is
always going to try to bring you
down. Peace."

Womble, Michelle T. "Womble"
Basketball, soccer, tennis
volleyball, cayuco, spanish club.
"A.E. Thanks for being there, and to
all my Zonian friends Good luck in
the in the future. CZ forever!"

Wu, Li Chuan
Volleyball, swimming, NHS, and
French club. "Good luck to
everybody. And I wish you all a
successful life."

Yamashita, Mami "Mami"
Band. "Thank you Balboa High
School. I'll never forget all the
memories.

Yano, Naomi
Cougars tennis, Red Machine
basketball, Green Devils Track &
Field, Spanish Club. "Give me a
break!"

Zayas, Oskar "Buddy F..."
JROTC Color Guard, Drill team,
Bush master honor guard. "Good
luck to all my friends and thanks
for everything."


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Junior Class Officers L to R: President Kyle Husted, Vice Pres. Monique Cover, Secretary Jose Gonzalez, Treasurer Melissa
Hart. These hardworking students are responsible for restarting the Homecoming Fielday tradition, decorating the 200's for
Christmas, Valentine carnations and giving the Jr. Sr. prom in May. The group would like to thank their sponsors Ms. Dun-
can and Ms. Company for all their help and support!


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Richard Acosta
Tanya Y. Acosta
Enjoli T. Anderson








Kenia G. Anderson
Sara B. Anderson p
Tina Antonis
Marielle C. Aramayo






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J. Arango
Sean Felipe Arcacha
Walford L. Archer III
Liza E. Arnold








Janelle M. Atherly
Avery M. Austin
C.I. Ave-Lallemant
Andrea N. Barnett








Anthony Beck
Noelia Berrios
Tannis Bingham
Myriam Bonilla









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Anasha K. Bonnick
Lipzin M. Borges
Michael E. Boyle
Bethany R. Britton









Denise Brown
David A. Berger Jr.
C.E. Bustamante
Juan M. Cajar-Brutsch










Jennie M. Candelario
Chablis Carpenter
Chandis Carpenter
Rafael H. Carrau Jr.










Armando Luis Carrion
Michael R. Castro
Marjorie A. Ceballos
Andrea L. Cedeno


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Lisa Cercenia
Hunter G. Chastain
Brian Chmiola
Marc Church










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I.;hua I Ciceraro
Chrinstophtr Cole
Ethan Cor'bie
Moniqut Co'er









Karla Ci~o~t
LLla L Coiling
Angel Cruz
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Susanna P. Davis
F.A. De La Guardia
Patricia Deleon
Vicente Duncan









Mark Elliott
Wilma Engelke
Miguel Erroz
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Anabelle Espinoza
Christine Estill
Kendall Flagg
Joanna Floyd











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Kevin R. Foumier
Joshua A. Franklin
Amada J. Garcia
Daniela Garcia







Edwin H. Garcia
Frank J. Geary
Juan K. Giles
Elsie Y. Gilmore







Louis D. Glotzer
Eduardo R. Gonzalez
Jessica Gonzalez
Jose L. Gonzalez







Darryl O. Gordon
Amanda L. Graber
Colleen L. Green
Jason A. Grimm







George Guarnuccio
Carol V. Guerra
Ana Maria Guerrero
Rosa E. Gutierrez








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Cardova D. Hall
Michele M. Hall
Masakazu Hanada
Daniel D. Hanna








Melissa G. Hart
Conan M. Herring
Deontra L. Hicks
Abby F. Higley








Jared L. Holzwarth
Ina K. Horton
Nicolas C. Howard
Shin-Young Hur








Kyle B. Husted
Naho Isogai
Coralia D. Jimenez
Shannon M. Johnson








Olivia R. Johnstone
Paul S. Karst
Alyssa K. Keene
Daniel G. La Placa









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Jason E. Landrum
Daniel B. Lightell
Mary Ann Lim
Lucia A. Lincoln


John Y. Liu
Archbold E.D.C. Luck
Heather R. Mackey
Lisa Marrero-Lopez











Vernon P. Martens
Julia M. Matthews
Doctorre J. Mcdade
R. McGuinness III










Lauren S. Mc Guinness
Patricia E. McKeon
Joseph Medina
Jamie-Lynne Menendez











Kimberly Markel
Matthew I. Michie
Brian A. Mills
Koji Mishiro












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Carla M. Monaghan
Murphy G. Mongeon
Melissa R. Montgomery
Ligia M. Morice









Dustin W. Morris
Irvin L. Nelson
Joseph T. Novotny
John R. O'Keefe









L.H. Ochoa-Hartmann
Jason E. Ohman
Jairo L. Olton
Silvia Pagan








Paul J. Painter
Jamielyn D. Palanca
Joseph Pantone
Lori A. Park








Nathaniel Park
Cristobal S. Perez
Sarah L. Petersen
D. A. Pettiford II










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Jeanelly R. Phillips
Emmanuel Pineiro
Lisa M. Plasencia
Maristela Price










Gary Priolo Jr.
G. A. Quiles-Perez
Colleen M. Reid
Carlos J. Rivera










Maria I. Rivera
Marcella K. Roberts
Charles P. Robinson
Kyila Robinson










Tyrone Robinson
Dalhia Rodriguez
Felix H. Rodriguez
Maria J. Rodriguez










Rosalyn I. Rodriguez
Vanessa I. Sanchez
Johnathan Scott
Samuel H. Scribner












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M. Smith
Jamie Somera
Marie A. Souffront
Devon V. Sprague








Ryan A. Sweeney
Damian P. Taylor
Tasha T. Tenturier
Patricio Teran








Michelle D. Tirado
John D. Trim
Joyce M. Trusty
Josephine L. Ullrich









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Juan G. Valdes
Pilar I. Vallarino
Lianne M. Vanderwall
Roy E. Vega










Louis M. Vogel
Indira M. Wagner
John D. Wahl
S. F. Walrond Jr.











Jemail D. Ward
Shevone D. Ward
Emil A. Watson
Jacqueline M. Weedin











P. T. Wemhoener-Cuite
Sharlette M. West
Matthew T. Wetherell
Leo W. Wheeler










Kelly L. White
Rasheem A. Wiley
Herman B. Wilkinson
Sean P. Williams












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CLASS OF 96

Patsy Williford
Daisy Winikler t
R. Woodman
Tony Wrice






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Ryan Y-Taylor
C. Yanes
Edgar Zayos


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How interesting! History students read about the O.J. Simpson case. photo by A. Carrion


Cropping, are we? A. Carrion and I.B. Espina work on the yearbook.
photo by H. Nunez


What'cha looking at? J. Giles takes a short pause before answering the MR. G.Q. J. Gonzalez shows us all his pearly whites. photo by P. Alvarado
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Future Vogue! Carla Monaghan models her fresh new look. Photo by P.
Cowles


Want to Joust? Nathaniel Park models his costume from the Society for Cre-
ative Anachronism at the Halloween Contest. Photo by P. Alvarado


Work Hard! Lauren McGuiness is sure to make a perfect score as she concen- In her own little world. Shannon Johnson is engrossed in the book she reads
trates on finishing her Business work. Photo by A. Carrion before school. Photo by P. Alvarado


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President Brad Mayhew. These new BHS students work with sponsor Mr. Rafael Chen to plan activities for their class. They
worked in the S.A. store and decorated a homecoming float.


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I WE ARE TOMORROW'S PAST. MARY WEBB


Leyani D. Aizpu
Debbie M. Alfaro
Keenan L. Anderson
Shareen J. Anderson
Jason O. Bacot








Robert Baker
Luz G. Balllesteros
Frank M. Banasick
Juney A. Bamett
Oriana O. Barter








Catherine I. Bates
Brian D. Beach
Brence P. Bedwell
Kris A. Bennett
Jose G. Bemal-Romero








Eduardo Berrios Jr.
Sarai G. Bibbo
Seth B. Bingham
Amy E Black
C. T. Blanchette








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Kathleen M. Bottin
Christopher J. Bowman
Laura A. Boyd
Jennifer R. Brannon







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Roger D. Braun
Elizabeth A. Bright
Darlene M. Brogie
Erik A. Buendia
Moana L. Bunch






Jose L. Burgos Jr.
John T. Bums
Brian E. Buszinski
Damien G. Butler
Johanna L. Cantu






Juan Castaneda
Edwin Castillo
Marco A. Castro
Mika A. Cercenia
David B. Chase






Nikki Chislom
Ching M. Chou
Cecilia T. Ciceraro
Daren R. Coffey
Benito Colon Jr.






Mandi J. Cooke
Jennifer L. Cormier
Jose Cortes
Jennifer D. Coville
Alexis R. Cruz


Sophomores










YOU'RE NEVER A LOSER


Mark Segarra-Cruz
Bryan D. Daily
Benjamin A. Davis
Daniel J. Davis
Luis G. De Leon





Julissa M. Diaz
Michael A. Dlugiewicz
Robert R. Domenech 4
Cheryl A. Eckerle
David Edwards





Geoffrey P. Edwards
Lemunuiel R. Edwards
Laurie E. Else
Jessica A. Ernest
Amanda S. Estes





James R. Fairchild
Angela S. Faye
Michael L. Ferguson
Michael R. Ferreyra
Jason W. Fischbach

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William A. Foster Jr.
Marlene C. Foster
William C. Foster
L. M. Futrell Jr.
Amanda M. Gabrielson


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UNTIL YOU QUIT TRYING. MIKE DITKA


Benjamin A. Ganser
Jacqueline Garagate
Veronica Garcia
Shawn K. German
Kristan L. Gibson








Delia M. Giles
Robert W. Goldsworthy
Suagei Gomez
Clara 1. Gonzales
Jason E. Gonzalez








Milagros Gonzalez
Nahil Y. Gonzalez
Luis C. Gordon
Debraca I. Graham
Jose M. Gutierrez








Ileana E. Guzman
Heather Hart
Janelle M. Hauser
Curtis M. Haynes
Robert A. Helm








Giezel A. Henriquez
Heidi A. Hemandez
Alex M. Herrera
Lisabel Herrera
Oscar Herrera







Sophomores












I IT IS NOT THE MOUNTAIN WE CONQUER


Tomas E. Herrera
Arthur L. Hillard
Christy R. Hinson
Jonavan P. Hoffman
Garrett J. Hopkins







Julian J. Hoyte
Yen-Yih Huang
Donald A. Husted
Kimberly S. Irtenkauf
Christopher Jenkins







Shi-Fon R. Jenkins
Dae-Jung Jeong
Zamira R. Jimenez
Dalton R. Johnson 11
Jelani Y. Jordon






Matthew D. Kacmarski
Adrian Klasovsky
Philip J. Konz Jr.
Mandy M. Kruse
Sung-Min Kye







Emmitt Lane Ill
Dilia Lantry
Keith R. I awson
Jessica F. Layana
Doreen D. Lebel


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SJohn E. Leon
Ashly M. Lester
Frank S. Linton
Kelly M. Litts

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Sarah N. Livingston
Luis F. Llach
Jacque Llanes
" o, Orlando R. Lockett
S Bonnie Maire Lopez




Elisa I. Lopez
S Christian J. Lozada
Adrian J. Luce
Cecil Lynn
Brandy S. Lysinger




S Berenis V. Machal
Angel L. Macias
SAngel M. Madrid
Nils D. Madsen
Victorio V. Malcolm

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George A. Markham
Bradley M. Mayhew
Natosha M. McDaniel
I Yamileth McDonald
Timothy C. McGirr



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TAKE YOUR WORK SERIOUSLY


Kimberly I. McQuary
Gionela G. McRoberts
Stanley McSwain
Deris D. Medina
Stacy A. Medina







Michelle Merz
Joshua K. Mica
Dore L. Mills
Robert E. Mitchell
Kevin Moka







Nivia M. Modelo
Yara Y. Mojica
Saray O. Montenegro
lan L. Morales
Monica J. Morales







Jason M. Moreland
Craig Charles Morris
Lakisha R. Morris
Emilio B. Natalio
Joann E. Nicholson


Jan-Michael Norman
Gabriel A. Novey
Jennifer L. O'Hearn
Leisa S Oden
Joline A Pablo






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Kimberly H. Pahl
Marivic D. Palanca
Michelle Paredes
Brendan Park
Tanya L. Parker






Margaret A. Peltier
Denise Y. Perez
Francisco J. Perez
Zinnia Perez
Frank S. Pigeon Jr.






Sharlene C. Pinder
Marco A. Pineda
Jacob M. Pohl
J. J. Pouche
Gladys A. Poveda






C. D. Prescott
Julio A. Quezada Jr.
John C. Quinn
Kristin M. Rabonza
Jose E. Ramery






Erica C. Randolph
Dazx M. Rasimowicz
Maria T. Restrepo
Thomas J. Reutzel
Wayne M. Richards II


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LOVE ME OR HATE ME,


Mark A. Richardson
Karen S. Rigby
Valicia L. Rines
Abraham F. Rivera
Nicholas D. Roberts


Diana L. J. Roca
Pete Rodriguez
Melanie J. Rojas "
Luisel Rolon
Luis R. Roman Jr.






Korin E. Ruth
Julia V. Sabonge
L. M. Sanchez-Pascual
Alex G. Santos
Terri M. Scales


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AprilY. Scott
Esther L. Scruggs
Christina M. Seybold
Tammy R. Shaffer
Christina M. Short






Daniel M. Sima III
Christina L Smith
Jerry Smith
Teddy F. Smith
William P Snider





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BUT SPARE ME YOUR INDIFFERENCE. LIBBIE FUDIM


Nicole M. Spradling
Justin R. Staha
Cheryl A. Stanford
Eljoree S. Stargen
C. A. Stoneking








Aubrey R. Stubbs
Ken D. Suarez
Nicole T. Swistak
Alexis O. Tapia
Priscilla G. Taylor







Edgardo S. Tirado
Eduard H. Tokarek
Shireen V. Tonski
Edgardo L. Troche
Angel M. Turner








Carlos J. Valdes
Juan David Van
W. O. Veguilla Jr.
Rey J. Vera
Aaron S. Vidaurri







Ubaldino D. Wallace
Desmond R. Watkins
Jessica M. Weeks
Lizella M. West
Darrell L. Whatley


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Jennifer K. Whelihan James E. Wilcoxon


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Amarilis Yen Mac S. Zamore


Elizabeth M. Zittle


Heather Abott


Hangin' Out. Sophomore Mikey Ferguson relaxes in Ms. Dee's class.


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Courtney L. Williams


Jacqueline Williams


Katherine M. Williams


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Bad hair day? S. Pinder and D. Rasimowicz show their
friendship.


Don't let that innocent face fool you! A. Scott chilling in her pretty white dress, photo by V. Scott


Why did the chicken cross the road? M. Palanca and E.
Berrios walk off the field joined at the hip.


Raw! Raw! Cougars cheerleaders D. Brogie Get a little closer! K. Morris and J. Smith hug
and S. Livingston hang-out before the game. in the cafeteria. photo by V. Scott



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Brandy Lysinger. photo by P. Alvarado


You got the right one Baby! J. Smith looks excited about playing the
game. photo by A. Carrion

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Hey .. Pay attention! JoAnn Cantu and Cheryl Eckerle are in a daze as they
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What day is this? Mr. Waugh survives another Jamboree.
(Photo P. Alvarado)


Balboa's Great! Mr. Holland tells sophomores all about Balboa. (Photo D. White)


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Oh my goodness! Mr. Oliver finds out the gym Peace ... Mr. Bruer takes time out to relax. Cheese! Mrs. Duncan gives a big smile. (Photo G. Dee)
roof is leaking- (Photo D. % hiiei (Photo P. Alvarado)


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U.S. History


Mrs. M. Bales Mr. J. Brown
Drama, Yearbook Algebra 2


Ms. L. N. Butler
Geometry


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Mrs. S. Cigarrista
Spanish, ESL


Ms. D. Chidester
Computer Science


Mrs. K. Company
English Dept.


Treasure. Mr. Holland recognizes
artist Cedeno's rendition of Balboa.


Faculty


Mr. D. Cotton
Chemistry


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WITH AN OPEN ONE.-MALCOLM FORBES


Ms. P. Cowles Mrs. J. Duncan
Journalism Substitute


Ms. J. Gettys
Librarian


Mr. G. Fendrick
U.S. History


Mrs. C. George
Mathematics


Mr. J. Hager
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Moving In!! Ms. K. Dolan prepares for the first day of school.


Mrs. J. Hanson
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Mrs. R. Hem
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Mr. J. Higley Mrs. D. Hoffman-Pahl Mr. R. Koechlein
Computer Science Spanish Substitute


Ms. G. O'Masta
Resource


Mrs. W. Monlouis
U 7- Band/Chorus

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Snapshot! Mrs. Severson and Mrs. Sosa pose for the camera.


Ms. V. Longo
Art


Ms. J. Mitchell
Drama/English


Ms. V. O'Brien
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Mr. J. A. Ramirez Mrs. L. Roa
Keyboarding French


Mrs. J. Severson
Counselor


Mr. D. Seitz Mrs. M. Seitz
Biology, Physiology Biology


Mrs. R. Sosa
Government


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Mr. B. Thale
Physics, Chemistry


Heavy? Not for Mrs. Nordell! She enjoys helping without complaint.


Dr. W. Tyner
Ed. Prescriptionist

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Mrs. A. Verville Mr. M. Vice Ms. C. Wall
Geometry, Algebra Business Math, Science


Ms. N. Oakey
Office Assistant


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Mrs. M. Staha
Transcript Clerk


Pep Talk. Mr. Perkins encouraging student success.


Faculty


A Book, Tight Shut,


Mr. C Vaz
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Mrs. D. White
Counselor


Ms. S. Webley
Supply Clerk


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Mr. E. Holland Mr. K. Anderson Mr. H. Perkins
Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal


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Librarian Assistant


Mrs. F. Maggiori
Tuition Clerk


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STAFF SNAPS BEHIND THE SCENES


Group Huddle. Teachers get together at the Jamboree Pep Rally to watch
the action. (Photo by P. Alvarado)


"A little crabby today?" Ms. Manchester puts on a funny hat on a teacher
work day at the beginning of the year. (Photo by G. Dee)


"He said-she said". Ms. Othon and Mr. Tyner try to fake each other out Getting serious ... Mr. Anderson explains the rules for the SAC voting to Ms.
on Back to School Night. (Photo by D. White) Severson at Back to School Night. (Photo by D. White)


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Balboa High School could not possibly run without the
authority of three important people, Mr. Holland, Mr.
Anderson, and Mr. Perkins. The Administration never
receives enough recognition for the many deeds they
accomplish in Balboa High School.
Mr. Holland has been at BHS for almost twenty years, six
of those as the principal. The seniors are his responsibility.
His "open-door" policy allows students to visit him with
their problems or when they deserve recognition. Mr.
Anderson, assistant principal for five years, organizes many
activities in our school, like Back to School Night, The SAO
and the Parent Newsletter. He is in charge of the junior class.
He can be seen any day walking the halls to greet people and
look in on classes. Our newest assistant principal is Mr.
Perkins. He came from Cristobal High School. Students will
remember him for his humorous anecdotes. Mr. Perkins is
in charge of all the facilities; like maintenance, the a/c,
janitors, assemblies and the Sophomore class referrals.
It's not an easy job to run a school. These men have to
keep parents, students and teachers happy. They are doing a j
great job this year in keeping BHS running as smoothly as
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It's Music To Our Ears


BHS Band Members: Row 1: M. Yamashita, C. Lozada, A. Bonnick, K. Santos, N. Berrios, B.
Ganser, S. Tonski, H. Abbott, F. Adams, D. Rasimowicz, G. Poveda, 2: A. Watanabe, H. Mur-
phy, A. Rivera, H. Smith, I. Wagner, D. Johnson, J. Pablo, B. Park, K. Fritts, 3: E. Cavan, J.
Grimm, Y. Huang, L. Cowling, K. Nakagawa, R. Modelo, 4: S. Petersen, M. Souffront, N.
[sogai, Z. Jimenez, N. McDaniel, M. Hart,D. Watkins, D. Chase, E. Speir, Back: M. Berger, C.
Prescott, R. Kinard, D. Coffey, R. Rigney, D. Cavan


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Here comes the band! Band Members perform for the
Christmas Concert.
Musical Intuition. 79th Army Band member shares her
knowledge with BHS band


Mixed Chorus: N. Park, M. Correa, T. Parker, A. Villamizar, A. Santos, M. Foster, S. Pinder,
Middle: Z. Perez, D. Giles, E. Marin, K. Montagne, M. Kruse, E. Campos, J. McGuinness, J.
Brannon, S. Jenkins, T. Shaffer, K Merkel, E. Bright, Back: H. Hart, O. Johnston, H. Sokol, R.
Gutierrez, J. Madera, K. Rabonza, D. Pandy, C. Smith, A. Faye, C. Reid


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Select Chorus: Front: K. Nakagawa, R. Gomez, K. Faye, N. Park, G. Reyes, M. McArty, D.
Young, Middle: E. Ricketts, B. Lysinger, R. Kinard, E. Konawicz, L. Bennett, D. Camps, J.
Garagate, Back: I. Ruiz, L. Cooper, C. Seybold, A. Turner, R. Woolsey


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Exploring The Humanities!!

Art, Drama, & Thespians


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D McDade H Nunm.i. F "LTUg i i. M r r 1i-i i V f.. i i r.-.


Theaipni C Ruwo P Cull. C I .ii hi opez, I Nunez, J. Miller. I. Qumlan, Carrola,
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Diaz, S. Beattie, S. Archacha, A. Erder, L. Roudenbush


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"HONOR SOCIETIES IN MOTION"

National, Biological And Spanish


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or, R. Narn.dwan, M Ceball.. '1 Irul. 1 .. I. 1 ~1 I' fli -l I ':
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2nd Row D Se-lr M Seinz iI rrj >' r, ', F I ,u i ,.ir. : .r ,,. A h i .l 1 .
McGuiness K Husted E A. i .,n .-i, I [ .. ,. I lrl-'.=. ..ir I t. hi rLJ l... F.I '. l..,
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Clubs


Spanish Club: Top: C Eckerle, A. Gabrielson, G Poveda, S. P'.bo M RUjai M Gonuzles. M
Restrepo, Ballesteros, T. Shaffer, M. Yamashita, L Llach, f Luck Middle L P.obrrson. I
McGuinness, J. Posey, M. Cover, K Husted. M. Ceballos, J. edin L Casldlo. C Guerra Bot-
tom D. Norman, Gonzales, R. McGumess, R, Nandwan. \ LImola. C Royo. I Bovd. E
Luck, M. Lim, J. Galvez Sponsor: Mr. Vaz

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE AND
PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE


Engineering Club ncln,bhr- or, ,i tur .1 ihn
Cuban reritc < wilF- n ["ii.r..na Phoi.. t D
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Ecology Club n'.ntrrt- 'hajur. tar, arnd lot No
votny gE dr...n ind .nvrl ir.n jl.th ivrrit..u I hus.
by P Baca


Ecology Club. Top L Ochla S I' .I ,, I 1'
Novony, T Sererhon. F Kuo PhoIl' II I., .


Computer Club. S Peterwen. S Si r r I IlIr.n
Bron, R hP.n A Page Phoin by P, ( I, .


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Business Club, Multicultural Club, And Dance Team











Business Club: S Arcacha, T. Bennett, R. Brown, M. Church, H. Davis, J. Domenech, I.B. Es-
pina, E Gilmore. A Higley. B. Martens, M. Mongeon, C. Payne, J. Posey, J. Scott, L. Smith,
Mr. RamLrez


What a couple! J. Williams and I. Acosta enjoy the Multicul-
tural Club's tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King.
Members of the Multicultural Club, I. Horton, C. Carpenter
and T. Acosta.


Dance Team: I.B. Espina, C. Guerra, C. Guerra, H. Hart, M. Lim, J. Menendez, J. Pablo, G.
Poveda. M Souttronl


Multicultural Club: I. Acosta, T. Acosta, J. Brannon, D. Burger, C. Carpenter, R. Carpenter,
L. Cercenia, A. Cruz, LB. Espina, J. Gonzalez, I. Horton, S. Latorre, L. Morris, R. Owens, C.
P'jne-. S. Pinder, E. Scruggs, D. Shaw, L. Smith,G. Velez, T. Wells, S. West Sponsor: Mrs.
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YEARBOOK STAFF


Kristin Faye tries to avoid the camera. J. Engelke, M. Davis and D. Lantry get silly!


F. Kuo gets busy on the yearbook pages.


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Where is that ad? Scott searches for her artwork on the computer


Where is that ad? J. Scott searches for her artwork on the computer.


Carrion, K. Faye, H.


V. Scott continues to size yet another photo.


Yearbook is...

"Mrs. Bales freaking out and getting gray hairs
'cause noone does work." H. Nunez
"A lot of work & having fun at the same time."
K. Faye
"blaming all problems on Armando" J. Scott
"I didn't do it" A. Carrion
"Yearbook? What's that?" K. Bault
"not my fault!" R. Nolan
"like marriage, it takes all of your time" F. Kuo
"wait Mrs. Bales, don't mark me absent!"
J. Engelke
"a lot of missplled words and mistakes" R. McArty
"all the laughter, arguing, craziness, hassles and
bad jokes" IB Espina


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J.R.O.T.C.


First Period
Row 1: C. Short, Row 2:
R. Vega, A. Cruz, Row 3:
J. Valdez, C. Chou, D.
Perez, R. Baker, Row 4:
M. Lim, S.F. Jenkins, R.
Baker, Row 5: F.
Banasick, D. La Placa, D.
Pandy, Y. McDonald


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Row 1: N. Blades, Row 2:
H. Davis, C. Cole, Row 3:
A. Barnett, E. Corsbie, A.
Santiago, E. Marin, Row
4: L. Jurado, B. Buszinski,
L. De Leon, J.A.
Haughton, Row 5: D.
White, A. Madrid, A.
Renfro, Z. Jimenez, J.
Wahl


4th Period
Row 1: J. Somera, Row 2:
D. Camps, R. Seybold,
Row 3: E. Gonzales, A.
Coward, I. Wagner, B.
Beach, A. Herrera, F.
Kinsey, Row 4: S.
Antadillas, R. Rodriguez,
L. Sanchez-Pascual, K.
McKay, A. Macias, Row
5: J. O'Keefe, G. Daniel,
S. Gomez, H. Mitchell, F.
Rodriguez, O. Lockett



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Row 1: J. Smith, Row 2: K.
Wyckhuys, O. Zayas, Row
3: A. Keene, M. Paredes,
L. Roman, C. Yamashita,
R. Acosta, Row 4: E. D. C.
Luck, T. Silvera, B. Daily,
C. Haynes, T. Parker,
Row 5: G. Priolo, C.
Williams, D. Whatley, J.
Coville, S. F. Walrond


Seventh Period
Row 1: V. Malcolm, Row
2: L. Smith, V. Wrice, V.
Sanchez, Row 3: M.
Ferguson, S. West, N.
Fernandez, D. Giles, Row
4: S. German, M. Peltier,
F. Adams, K. Iglesias, J.
S Burs, Row 5: M. Rivera,
L. Rolon, J. Pardo, E.
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Row 1: N. S. Dhaliwal, Y.
Hudson, T. Briceland,
Row 2: K. Montagne, M.
Michie, H. Jeffrey, P.
DeLeon, Row 3: E. Zayas








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After the trek ... Members of the Bio-
logical Honor Society take a much
needed break on their trip to Nusa-
gandi on the mainland of the San
Blas islands. Photo by D. Seitz

Viva el Carnaval! Spanish Club
members of the carnivalito comparsa
pose at the dance held at PCC audi-
torium on Feb. 11, 1995. Senior Prin-
cess Annelle Urriola escorted by
Kyle Husted. Photo by R. Nolan


"Christmas on the Isthmus". The "The Greenhouse Effect" ... Ecology
Balboa High School Select Chorus Club member, Jim Ortiz, spent a Sat-
performs at the annual "Christmas urday morning at the BHS green-
Village" held at Valent Rec Center. house. Photo by P. Baca
Their director, Mrs. Wilma Mon-
louis, is accompanying them. Photo
by J. Severson


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