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The Class of 2010

by the numbers

8 Habitat for Humanity volunteers

Student who climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and Glacier Peak

median GPA

2 National Merit Scholars

Eagle Scouts

6,670 students applied for admission

out of 25 is now enrolled

average age; range is from 20 to 42

states from which the students come, plus the District of Columbia, and five foreign countries. They were born in such places as Poland, China, Japan, India, Canada, South Korea, Germany, Taiwan, Colombia, Russia, France, Australia, Cuba, Hong Kong, Bahrain, and England.

135 colleges represented

26 students on their way to becoming Double or Triple Eagles

1 Fulbright Scholar

3 students who were either a fellow at the National Institutes for Health, an Andrew W. Mellon Research fellow, or a Robert C. Byrd scholar global manager for the Special Olympics, competitor in the US Forest Service “Chain Saw” competition, production assistant for “Extreme Makeovers,” and reporter for the Associated Press in Colorado, who earned first place for environmental reporting

40 sports played, from gymnastics to broomball to fencing

MATTHEW is the most popular name. There also are:
     7 Christophers
     6 Elizabeths
     5 Daniels
     5 Michaels

94 students who speak at least one foreign language, including Korean, Arabic, Spanish, Japanese, French, Russian, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, American Sign Language, Latin, Tamil, Hindi, Portuguese, Gujarati, Urdu, Kannada, Khmer, Punjabi, Indonesian, and Cantonese

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