Sherry Orlosky


Orlosky plans to attend the University of Notre Dame and pursue accounting. She is proudest of her basketball scholarship to Notre Dame.

Sima Daniel


Daniel will study in the six-year medical program at Lehigh University. She is proudest of receiving the Ray Kroc McDonald's Scholarship, which a Centennial teacher, Paul Churchill, also received.

Martha Cockrell


Cockrell will attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is proudest of being named one of Glenelg's four outstanding seniors for this year.

Siuyien Wong


Wong will attend the University of Virginia to major in biochemistry and history. She is proud of her role in organizing the Howard County Science Fair this year and of being named an outstanding senior.

Kyle Hair


Hair will attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on a football scholarship to major in political science. He is proudest of being named the Board of Education's Outstanding Senior for 1990.

Hammond Burke

Howard School of Technology

Burke plans to attend Catonsville Community College to major in automated machine technology. He is proudest of receiving the Maryland Vocational Association Outstanding Achievement Award.

Chang Bae Choi

Mt. Hebron

Choi will attend Johns Hopkins University and plans to pursue engineering or pre-medicine. He is proudest of being recognized in the Maryland Distinguished Scholars program.

Kate Wing

Oakland Mills

Wing will attend Smith College and hopes to pursue a double major in marine biology and Soviet studies. She is proudest of receiving an honorable mention at the Baltimore Science Fair.

Yoonah Hwang

Wilde Lake

Hwang was accepted to Johns Hopkins University on an early decision admission and plans to major in biology. Her proudest honor was receiving the Howard County Council Student Leadership Award.