The Sun Anne Arundel Academic-Athletic team

February 15, 1994

APPLICATION

Name:

School:

Class (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior):

Birthdate:

Address and telephone:

Grade-point average (as up to date as possible):

Combined scores on SAT and/or ACT:

Part- or full-time jobs:

Academic and community honors (attach additional information, such as letters of recommendation):

Varsity sports participation in 1993-94. (List any fall or winter sport you played and any spring sport you intend to play):

In 300 words or less, give your opinion of teenage drinking, your ideas of why it happens, and how serious do you consider it? What can you do as a student-athlete to discourage your peers from alcohol and drugs, and how should parents handle it.

Teachers and coaches are asked to write letters recommending deserving nominees. The recommendation letters play an important part in the final selections, and in many cases can be the deciding factor when applications are rated evenly.

Attach any other information or additional details you believe may enhance your chances. Provide as much information as possible.

IMPORTANT: Please try to send your entire application packet, including letters of recommendation, together.

Mail entries to:

THE ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SUN

Academic Athletic Team

c/o Pat O'Malley

8131 Ritchie Highway

Pasadena, Md. 21122

IMPORTANT: We require that a parent or guardian sign below to grant the newspaper permission to publish grades and related information. No application will be accepted without this signature:

(parent or guardian signature)

DEADLINE for entering is April 8, 1994. The team is open to all high school students residing in Anne Arundel County.

Information: Pat O'Malley's 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499. Please call one week after you submit your application. Leave your name and phone number. If you do not get a call back, your application was received for examination.

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