Seven students from Mount Hebron High School won top awards recently on the National Spanish Examination.
On the level one exam, Hye "Connie" Park won a gold medal for the second-highest score in Maryland, Kyoo "Chris" Park won a silver medal for the third-highest score, and Valerie Clark and Samuel Roy won bronze medals for the sixth- and seventh-highest scores, respectively.
Jeffrey Weinstein won a silver medal for the fifth-highest score on the level three exam, and Karen Beck won a silver medal for the fourth-highest score on the level five exam.
Sergio Fuentes won a silver medal for the second-highest score on the level five exam for bilingual or native Spanish speakers.
The exam is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Two Mount Hebron students also won awards from the National Spanish Honor Society.
Senior Amanda Wallis won a $2,000 college scholarship, and junior Me Hae Kim won an all-expenses-paid trip to Mexico.
Pub Date: 4/25/96