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Class of 2018: Mr. Hines’ PREP class preps for college with only 27 days left

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Class of 2018: Mr. Hines’ PREP class preps for college with only 27 days left

Seniors Tristan Drenner, Marie Tapscott, Adriana D'Amore, Joe Russo, and Abby Harbowski pose in Mr. Hines' room

Seniors Tristan Drenner, Marie Tapscott, Adriana D'Amore, Joe Russo, and Abby Harbowski pose in Mr. Hines' room

Jacob Bolger

Seniors Tristan Drenner, Marie Tapscott, Adriana D'Amore, Joe Russo, and Abby Harbowski pose in Mr. Hines' room

Jacob Bolger

Jacob Bolger

Seniors Tristan Drenner, Marie Tapscott, Adriana D'Amore, Joe Russo, and Abby Harbowski pose in Mr. Hines' room

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Seniors have only 27 days of high school left, and many are preparing themselves to say goodbye to what they’ve come to love over the past four years.  PREP was instituted in their junior year, but now students have come to depend on the study and tutoring time.

One dedicated group of seniors is the members of Mr. James Hines’ PREP class. One student in Hines’ PREP class, Joe Russo, says, “I am definitely going to miss the ability to see my childhood friends most when I leave high school.”

Drenner will attend Wingate University, Tapscott will attend University of Tennessee, D’Amore will  UMBC, Russo will attend the University of Maryland, and Hrabowski is undecided in where she will attend.

Adriana D’Amore, a member of the Class of 2018, says, “I am definitely going to miss my friends the most.”

Adriana has committed to UMBC to play lacrosse. She is undecided in her major but is likely going to chose psychology. One of her favorite parts of school is playing lacrosse, and during her sophomore year she was one of the leading scorers in Frederick County, and was awarded Second Team all CMC.

For any underclassmen, D’Amore says, “Get involved in as many activities as you can so you can make more friends. High school is a much easier experience when you’re surrounded by your friends.”

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