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Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards

May 16, 2008

Activities: Honor roll for four years and a Scholar Athlete for 2008. He also served as a senior advisor to incoming freshmen, as a tutor in math, English, Spanish, science and golf, and as co-captain of the varsity golf team. Volunteer activities have included Animal Rescue and the Irvine Animal Care Center, saving rabbits from euthanasia and raising funds for the school golf program. Kyle intends to pursue a degree in digital arts with applications in areas of medicine, education and entertainment. He has been accepted at UCI, Cal State Long Beach and Chapman University’s Dodge College of Digital Arts.

GPA: 4.27

Meagan Kunert

Activities: Key Club as president; Human Rights Club; the school newspaper as back page editor, sports page editor and co-editor in chief; and Freshmen Apprentice Advisory. She has competed in varsity swimming and water polo, earning seven varsity letters. Meagan has been awarded an Irvine Co. Scholarship and Kiwanis Athlete of the Month, and been named to honor roll, and California Scholastic Federation. Her community activities have included Splash Aquatics, Huntington Beach Water Polo Club and Costa Mesa Youth Council. Meagan plans to attend UC Berkeley with a double major in political science and English.


GPA: 4.32

Kelsey Abigail Koff

Activities: California Scholarship Federation; Camp Med; Australian Exchange Student; and Homecoming queen. She has competed in junior varsity varsity tennis, earning Orange Coast First Team All League; varsity basketball; and in junior varsity varsity softball, as captain and named to Orange Coast Second Team All League and winning league champions in her junior year. Her community serviced encompassed beach cleanups, Mesa Verde United Methodist Church Youth Group, and Senior Advisory Committee. Abby plans to attend either Harvard or Brown University, majoring in biology and pre-med.

GPA: 4.30


Kaitlin Patton

Activities: Varsity tennis and junior varsity volleyball, earning the Leadership Award in each. Kaitlin’s volunteer experiences have included visiting, singing and reading to critically and chronically ill patients at Healthbridge Children’s Rehab Hospital in Tustin; serving at Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa; a mission trip to Mexico; and with Youth With a Mission working with local Chileans to help build an outreach and counseling center and pool in Pichilemu, Chile. Kaitlin plans to attend Biola University and major in intercultural studies.

GPA: 3.75

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