LE JARDIN ACADEMY 2006 - Flip eBook Pages 51-100 (2023)

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LURA ROWELL
LUKE SATSUMA
DAKOTA SMITH

ALANA SOUZA
MARINA STOEBNER

KELSEY TANOUYE
SAMANTHA TATUM
KATHERINE TAYLOR
ALYSON TH IBAU LT

JO SH U A LHF.REK

JOSHUA VAN
EMMERIK

ALYSSA VETTER
MEGAN WASSERMAN

CODY ZELKO

W h e n \ l ° U rF a v o n t e

P /q c ? T o sh o p ?

"Wet S e a l because they have nice clothes."
-Kailey Pascoe

"Icing by C laire's because they have earrings and
Macy's because I like the clothes there."
-Marina Stoebner

E v e ry g ir ll0 vesto

shop! "Pac S u n because I like the clothes."
-Stephanie Hale

NICOLE BA RRETT
LAUREN CASPERS
BREE-ANNE CHUN

EL IZ A B E T H
CLEGHORN
K E K O A O K A H IN U K A I

COELHO

KELLY CONNORS
SARAH CROZER

BRITTA N Y DANIELS
EMMA DE VRIES

STEPH AN IE DRAIME

TYLER DUARTE
W ILLIAM DURNIN
COLIN ERICKSON

B R E T T FISCHER
RACHEL FRITZ

NINA FU LLERTO N
GEORGE GOLDNER

TAYLOR GRAY
PH ILIP HOLT

TAHITI HUETTER

ELIJAH JENNINGS
ALYSSA KNIGHT
KRISTIN KUBA
MATHEW LEACH
KEVIN LIU

GRANT LONGLEY
CHELSEA MORRIS

CAR1.Y NASH
TRAVIS PARKE
ISABELLE PICCIOTTO

Class of 201

RACHEL RANDALL
SARAH

RECKTENWALD
HALEY SHERRILL

ALEXANDER
SHI ARELLA
KARA SINGSON

CHRISTOPHER SOEDA
CHAPIN SUSSMAN
SCOTT TAYLOR
DONALD THAYER
TEVIN TOGAMI

ROSS UEHARA-
TILTO N

KARL VILLALINO
JOHN W HITTY
RENEE WOLD
GRACE WORM

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Laptops!" play on the JV
-Alyssa Knight volleyball team."
-Haley Sherrill
Friends,
"We get to eat . d_ jss it will be cool Bree-Ann
lunch outside to be in a new grade." Chun and
-Kevin Liu Mauna Kea
instead of in the study around
the tree.
lunch room."
-Chapin Sussman

Friends stay late in the lunch room one day.

Faculty & Staff

Jay Ahn
Francoise Akina
Trisha Alari-King
Adrian Allan
Beverly Allen
Beth Auten

Brooke Bailey
Christine Barger
Sandra Bayliss
Katherine Beres
Eric Billington
Leslie Bingham

Allison Bourdlaies
Kaori Brown
Michael Busekrus
Cassandra Caldarone
Kerryn Carland
Darla Carlisle

Steve Chamberlain
Dale Coarsey
Adina Comilla
Janice Corsino
Windy Cummings
David DeLima

Shonette Devitt
Kathy Erwin
Martha Estrada
Julia Fahey
Rochelle Fairbaim
Ann Farrell

Marlette Fernandez
Mara Franzmeier
Suzie Gamble
Linda Garbisch
Kimo Geske
Dino Granito

J. Hecomovich
Cindy Herndon
Carolyn Hiatt
Christina Hoe
Marcia Huber
Robert Hutchison

Rose Hutchison
Donna Isaacks
Lesley Johnson
Laurie Jones
Matthew Jones
Brandi Kalaukoa

William Kanahele
Cheryl Knox-Costa
Darcy Koki
Heather Krause

Mitchell Krulewich
Julie Larson-Hicks
Serena Lee
Ellen Longley
John Lundgren
Jason Lyman

Andria Macdonald
Randi Maunakea
Jenna McClain
Kimberly McDonald
Victoria McNeill
Brook Merrow

Chandra Miars
David Millard
Carly Molnaire
Louie Mundy
Keilyn Nakamoto
Marla Nichols

Gretchen Nilsen
Sarah O'Shea
Amy Ooka
Faith Pang
Debbie Parke
Demeryce Peterson

Sharon Peterson
Rebecca Posterna
Lisa Privitera
Ryan Rimsinth
Summer Robello
Brandy Sato

Lori Shigehara
Lauren Shimizu
Deborah Smith
Diane Smith
Elizabeth Smith
Janice Smith

Natalie Sokol
Jennifer Souza
Gwendolyn Sprague
Robert St. John
Susan St. John
Victoria Stark

Kimberly Strong
Cathy Sussman
Amanda Sutton
Brittany Sylvia
Jerusha Tabori
Susan Taylor

H Kathy Thomas
Yoshiko Tsukamoto
Jackie Vespignani
Carol Waters
Fred Weisberger

Davra Westervelt
Lisa Wong
Ann Yoshida
Patrick Yrizarry

Ms. T (a.k.a. Mama T): Mr. Millard: "The Mrs. Taylor: "Getting Ms. Merrow: "The kids and

"I'm blessed witli the wonderful people I to meet all the new their energy! I love the

children's personalities work with and seeing students and learning teamwork that goes into it

everyday; working with the growth of tliis about their families." with my peers and I love the

children keeps you young! school over the years.' unpredictibility of teaching."

They always make me What's your favorite part about your job?

laugh and smile

Mrs. Mcdonald: "I love the Mrs. Smith: "Watching the Ms. McNeill: "The Mr. Hutchison:
energy of the middle students get excited when they students and the "Satisfaction when a
schoolers and the people I learn new things." As of this teachers, and also student learns
work with in the middle year, Mrs. Smith has taught at watching the kids grow something and the
school team." Le lardin half her life!_______ up and succeed.11______ interaction with them."

THE

M Q i ^ t O T l Q T l P O - THE UNSUNG HEROES
T v i d i i i o e i i c i u L u e . OF LE ja r d in a c a d e m y

J .D . Adams shows us the many tools in T hese highly respectable individuals deserve
the Maintenance Shed House. credit for the beautiful condition of this
surreal campus. T heir hardworking and
positive attitude creates an extremely
pleasant atmosphere at this school. They can always be
seen around campus preserving our pristine property.
They are very personable with the students, and they
easily spread a smile. All of the crew deserve our
utmost thanks for maintaining the excellent quality of
Le Jardin's campus. Always willing to give a helping
hand, the maintenance staff is truly a source of pride
for Le Jardin Academy. Their outstanding service
deserves recognition and acclaim. Thank you Pia
McCabe, David Delima, Kimo Geske, Cyrus Gohol,
Ross Grayling, James Adams, Norena Lewis, Donna
Thomas, Diane Dollopac, Melchor Eranoria, Chris
Cempo, Grace Gohol, Sam Gonsalves, and Glen
Kanahele.

The SECRET Lives
of Teachers

Ml. £fc. Join This picture was taken when Hollywood star! This is Mr. Mr. St. John shows his silly History and Drama
Mr. St. Joh n was a store St. John's 3rd grade picture smile at the age of one in teacher Mr. St. John,
manager. in 1966. 1959. likes to spend his
weekends driving his
kids to music lessons,
ushering plays, judging
debate tournaments,
and directing plays at
church. When he has a
break, he enjoys playing
board games.

Ml. RiMlntit Mr. Rimsinth's high school Mr. Rimsinth is displaying Born in 1980 and only a Tech Administrator
senior picture where he his 4th grade science fair few hours old. T he first Mr. Rimsinth, loves to
graduated from Bangkok project which he won first picture of Mr. Rimsinth. sleep during his
Patana School in Bankok, place for at Le Jardin weekends. He says, "I
Thailand in 1998. Academy. usually play video
games, go out with my
friends, or play some
tennis! But mainly, I like
to sleep in."

Mu. l-lubest Mrs. Huber's high school Here is Mrs. Huber at the At 8 months old, Mrs. During her
senior picture in 1972 age of 7 sitting in front of Huber smiles at the camera weekends, 7th and 8th
(T l& f^ (jJ)U ia td i) where she graduated from her house preparing to go sitting on her front lawn. grade English teacher
Myers Park High School in to church. Mrs. Huber says, "I
Charlotte, North Carolina. READ!!! I read
This is her favorite high constantly!" Reading
school picture o f hersel f! novels, taking naps on
the beach, swimming,
Students tend to forget that their teachers were once their age too. It is hard to having family time with
believe, but the teachers at Le Jardin Academy once went through some of die things her husband, and
that we are experiencing now. Our teachers went through high school, did the work, traveling are her
took the tests, some were involved with sports, and then they went o ff to college. WTe favorite acdvities. Mrs.
wanted to take a moment to shine some light on and bring attention the fact that our Huber says she would
teachers areju st like us. rather teach than do
anything in the world,
she loves kids! "The
older the better, and I
might like to teach high
school before I retire!"

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President - • O P l Z l O O cl- £ CD p . £ c+ OD CQjlj Vice
Todd Fink President -
Westley
T reasurer
Daniel Liu Mori

Senior Class Secretary -
Representative - Melissa Moller
Christa Conry
Senior
Junior Communica­
Communications
tions
Director- Director -
Morgaine
Ja m ie Jennings

Ellison Junior Class
Representative-
Sophmore Class Kayleen Roberts
Rep resen tative-
Alana Mueller Sophmore
Communications
1
Freshman Class Director-
Representative - Jenai Kaeo

1 Charlee Roth Student
Council Advisor-

Matt Jones

National H

Top Row, Left to Right: Rachel Abraham,
Kris Aldenderfer, Kelly Cazinha, and
Christa Conry.
Second Row, Left to Right: Nick
Cronkhite - Vice President, Todd Fink,
Chelsea Hale, and Morgaine Jennings.
Third Row, Left to Right: Melissa
Moller, Westley Mori, Heather Nakahara,
and Corelle Nakamura.
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Joey Padeken, Angela
Ricciuti, Alex Tomchak, and Jelly Uwaine - Secretary
Fifth Row, Left to Right: Krissie Williams - President,
Sam Wong- Treasurer, and Kaleena Yuen.
Sixth Row, Left to Right: Matt Jones - NHS Advisor, and
Brittany Sylvia - NHS Advisor.

Back Row Left to Above: Angelica Uwaine dances hula to
Right: Daniel Fentriss M akalapu a.
(Bass), Kyle Miller,
Mrs. Allen, Lauren
M cBroom, Mario
Kaluhiokalani, Georgia
Havens, Kelly
Kuchenbecker, Lauren
T om , Kassidy Brown,
Travis Cundiff, Nolan
Endicott, Mrs. Pang,
Patrick Bowling, David
Uherek, and Blake
Lyon (Bass)

Front Row Left to
Right: Daniel Leong,
Nicolas Zachmeier,
Chris Baker, Laura
Williams, Shae
Chambers, Madison
Smith, Ariana Felix,
Kaley Vatalaro, Erin
CundifT, Kacey
Kuchenbecker

Back Row Left to Above: Mrs. Pang and Mrs. Allen
Right: Felice
Langkarnp, Nicole
Tanaka, Matt Vincent,
Christian Jones, Mrs.
Allen, Julia Miscovich.
Kelly Fricke, Mrs.
Pang, Tyler Lunow-
Luke, Nicolas
Zachmeier, Christina
Hill, Erin Cundiff, and
David Westervelt

Front Row Left to
Right: Mariah Holt,
Shae Chambers, Ariana
Felix, Taylor Souza,
Leah Meyer, Em m a
11anohano, J agger
Novak, Sophia Bruno.
Kelly Vieira, Laura
Williams, and Sarah
Tom

FINGERFOO Back Row Left to Right: Kayleen Roberts,
T om Cassady, Charlee Roth, Kathym
The Ring Making Club Johnson, Mr. Henrik Van Ryzin, and Kellv
Cazinha. Front Row' Left to Right: Jenai
Kaeo, Anna Soca, Bill White, and Chris
Johnson

Above Left: Anna Soca works intently on her ring.
Above Right: Chris Johnson precisely studies each detail of his ring through
snazzy magnifying lenses.

Below: Bill White laughs as he . ....... ..............

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Mr. HenrikVan Ryzin concentrates as he precisely shapes his custom ring. Below: Elizabeth Villalino, Angelica Uwaine,
Below: Angelica Uwaine, Elizabeth Villalino, and Annalise Miyashii'O and Annalise Miyashiro gracefully dance the
hula.
Above: Mrs. Pang and liana Nimz

T he goal of the Video Club
Production Club is to
educate students in the art of -i - Todd Fink -
film making. This includes Technology ■ i cm<imi .V
cinematograph}’, digital video Director and ■ >111ic <
editing and multi-media Video Cl ub V t h e Video
presentation. T he video club advisor ^Production
was founded by Todd Fink, rG u b
who creates weekly videos for
k. Town Hall. Through
man, guidance and
m M experience members of
W m \ dre video club gain a
W M \ true appreciation for

digital video
'vJMsa production.

The LJA electric Unlike the “low-tech” bamboo car, for the
2006 race the LJA electric car team went “high-
race car team built tech” by building a carbon fiber and fiberglass
car. This car is a three-wheel aerodynamic and
# I- a bamboo car for light-weight race car. As this is the last year for
the Electron Marathon competition, the LJA
#” • the 2005 season. The Electric Race Car Team hopes to end with a
bamboo car looked good big win.
^ 1V3
-Fred Weisberger
f 9\ | and ran well, finishing a respectable 9th
overall. According to the Honolulu Advertiser, the
V3

LJA bamboo car was the “crowd’s favorite” at the race. The

car also won the honorable mention award in “Arts and Crafts” from the

American Bamboo Society in October of 2005; and it achieved international

fame by appearing in the European Bamboo Society journal Bambus.

Jam eelyn Nibling (senior)
gets in the Christmas spirit
with her Santa Claus hat.

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k:
m\ v Gavan Lipp (junior)
proudly displays last year
Kelly Cazinha (junior) displays electric car.
lone o f the electric car's many
parts. Nicole Savino (junior) smiles for the
camei'a during an electric car meeting.

T he Model U nited Nations

provides a simulation o f the United

Mr. Allan - LJA Nations' activities. It gives students M . U .N .
Headmaster and the opportunity to debate serious UNITED NATIONS
MUN advisor world issues and to try to find
solutions to them. Students get the
chance to view the world from the
perspective of the citizens o f other

nations with different beliefs and

alien cultural backgrounds. MODEL

Left to Right: Katie Amberg-Johnson, Nikki Tomchak, Sophie Luu, Marli Jenkins,
Anne Pennington, Nicole Picciotto, Liana Gabdurahmanova, Rachel Abraham,
Devon DeAngelo, Daniel Liu

Left to Right: Melissa Moller, Francesca Crudo, T revor W'old, Alex Juselis, .Anna Soca, Tom Cassady, Alex
Tomchak. Bill White, Brita Hofwolt, Mr. Allan, Richard Otte, Mr. Weisberger, Ryan Kam, Kris Aldenderfer,
Sarie Hill

Kelly Cazinha works diligently on
e production of the electric car.

Nations represented W hen people in San Diego think of Le
Jardin Academy, they must be reminded
Kaleena Yuen (senior) gets of boisterous, happy students with a
in the Christmas spirit with a; posidve outlook on life. If that's true, then the
Santa hat. school's Model UN Delegation is the one to
thank. T he school, and Hawaii in general, have
gained a reputation for their light-hearted
attitude amongst MUN delegates because of the
cheery personalities of Le Jardin's delegates. In
spite of this, they are becoming veterans at mock
debates, with 2 0 0 5 -0 6 the third San Diego
conference that the school will
attend.

burnalism

The World's Foremost Leader on Everything Le Jardin

Below: Co-Editor Below: Journalists o f T h e
of The Contender, C on ten d er are being briefed
Christa Conry, by their co-editors Ryan Ram
discusses the new' issue and Alex Tomchak.
with her fellow staff
members.

Above: Kaleena Yuen Above: Typing away
folds fl eshy printed on her computer,
C o n ten d ers together. Kirsten Wong edits her
story with Brandi
Tenn.

Top Row: Kaleena Yuen - Staff Writer/Photographer, Kirsten Wong - Staff Writer, Brandi Tenn - Staff
Writer, Keven Wong - Staff Writer/Photographer, Elyse Koki - Staff Writer, Andy Recktenwald -
Assistant Editor, and Kris Aldenderfer - Staff Writer
Bottom Row: Keegan Sussman - Staff Writer/Photographer, Kayleen Roberts - Head Photographer, Mrs.
Laurie Jones - Class Advisor, Jameelyn Nibling - Layout Design, Christa Conry - Cp-Editor, Alex
Tomchak - Co-Editor, and Ryan Kam - Co-Editor

I?A M A

tShakespeare in a Mental Institution \

H allow een W ith

Shakespeare, a
play written

by Robert St.
I John, is acted out
I by cast members

during Town Hall.

Top Row: Owen Berger, Zach

Sutton, Tomas Felix-Neal,

Nick Cronkhite, Kaleo

Schuman, Bill White, Sharif

Elassiouti.

Middle Row: Alorah Kwock,

Jessica Shiarella, Anne

Pennington, Brita Hofwolt,

Kaci Gallagher, Rachel

I Abraham.

1 Bottom Row: Mr. Robert St.

i John, Amanda Boutwell, Sarie
Hill, Krissie Williams.

i

Jessica Shiarella Sharif Elassiouti Anne Pennington and Tomas Felix-Neal is
plays a witch spazzes out as ^ Brita Hofwolt A frustrated in his
attempts to direct
k casting a k King Duncan^ gaze in the lunatics.
^ spell. A

Bill y S arie^ ^ f Nick ^ R;n hel
White Cronkhite
transforms Hill plays^ y Abraham '
into a Murderer Macbeth/James nurtures her
werewolf. Bond.
# 1 with imaginary bouncy
great vigor ball.

Freshmeri^ ^

Classe f

Tanja Lauprecht, Sarah Failla, Mackenzie Miller, Shelly and
Stephy Wilkinson express their Le Jardin SPIR IT I

WES COX
JEREM Y BLAU
AARON BOROCHOV
MELISSA B U T LER
DAVID CAMACHO

PETER GONSALVES
CHRISTIAN DILULLO

SARAH FAILLA
ADAM FEURER

A LEX GOMES

MARLI JENKINS
C H R IST O PH ER

JO H N SO N
K A T H R Y N JO H N SO N

ERIN KIRLEY
CHRISTOPHER HILL

ERIN LAMBERT
TANJA LA UPRECH T

NICOLAS LEE
SOPHIE LUU
JAM ES MCMAHAN

Rocket "I have tons of favorite
Launching movies. The Nightmare
before Christmas is one
Physical because it was one of the first
Science proves clay animated movies
to be exciting
I've ever seen and I like
for Aaron the story line."
Borochov, as
his classmates -Tony Bcrkhoudt
David Camacho
and Elizabeth
Souza work
steadily to get
the assignment
accomplished.

SHANNON MCWHINNIE " The Little Mermaid because ■
ISAIAH MILLER it's so cool and I've loved it ■
MACKENZIE M ILLER since I was little, it's a
classic!!! Oh. and Wayne's ■
LOGAN MONKE world because it’s so funny; ■
TREVOR OWENS comedy is my favorite
ANNE PENNINGTON genre!" ■
-Katie Ambcrg-Johnson ■

M

DYLAN Q UIG LEY "War o f the Worlds because it
CHARLEE ROTH has pretty cool graphical
ELIZABETH SOUZA
thought it would be horrible.
but when 1 saw it, I was

surprised. I liked how I could
feel the tension during the
movie!"
-Logan Monkc

ZACK STEW ART
ADAM TOMCHAK
VERONICA
TOMCHACK
LUKE UHEREK

ASHTON WARNER
CAMILLE WATTS
DINAH W EST
MICHELLE WILKINSON
S T E PH A N IE
W ILK IN SO N

Sophmores^ ^

NATE ADELMAN
JESSICA AKAMINE

IAN B A R R ET T
DAVID BECK ETT

MIA BELLU CH E

OWEN BERGER
ERIC BURNS

DEVON DEANGELO
N ATALIE DEBIASI

CONNER DOW SETT

ROBIN EDMONDSON
GABRIELLE GARCIA

JE R I GOODIN
BRITA HO FW OLT

ALEXANDER
JO H N S T O N

JENAI KAEO
JO N A TH A N KAM

ADAM KENNER
RYANN KURAHARA
BRITTN EY LADNER

STERLING LAMBERT
LISA LAU

DANIEL LIU
KRYSTA LONGLEY
MICHAEL MASATSUGU

CODY MEEK
ALANA MUELLER

RYAN MURPHY
SAMUEL NOLAN

STUART OOKA

"Tyson Ritter, W IL L PF.I.I.F.TF.RI
my future RACHEL PERSHIN
NICOLE PICCIOTTO
husband haha, in JESSICA SHIARELLA
a really nice
car." DAVID SIEMANN
-Jessica
ANNA SOCA
TAI STEWART
KIERSTAN SUSSMAN
JESSICA SU TTO N
JARED THOMAS

ADAM TRECKER
PRESELLA TURNER
CHENOA TVVOGOOD

PAUL VIGIL
KEILA WALKER

NICHOLAS
W ESTERVELT
LINZEE WILLIAMS
TREVOR WOLD
EMILY WONG
CARLYYONG

W ho Should_________
Pick You Up

Beezie Madden
(a famous show
jumper) and she

would come
with her horse,

Judgment."
- [eri Goodin

Juniors* ▼ Cmss-o f

RACHEL ABRAHAM
COLLIN AGUE

KRIS ALDENDERFER
RO BERT ANDREWS

JO SH U A BLAU
K E LLY C A Z IN H A
ELIZABETH DRAIME
JEN N IFER DRAIME

SHARIF ELASSIOUTI
JAM IE ELLISON
JORDAN FITE
TAYLOR FITE
CORINNE FO LEY

LIANA
GABDURAHMANOVA

SEAN GERSHANECK
H EA TH ER GIBSON
MI CAE LA G RAD IE
C H E LSE A H A LF.

ELYSE KOKI
ALANNA HO LTEL
KAITLIN KAHAHAWAI
KIMBERLY KAUPIKO

KENNETH KIRBY

ALORAH KWOCK
PATRICK LANCASTER

BRITTA N Y LANGE
GAVAN LIPP

JU ST IN MCDONALD

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70]Qr•u

"One more ALYSHA MCMAHON
closer to DAVID MCMAHON
FRED MORELLI
freedom." W ESTLEY MORI
Kayleen CHELSEA OGUIN

NICOLE OLASO
DANIEL OSWALD

JO EY PADEKEN
HEATHER PASCUA

ANDREW
RECKTENWALD

"I love the huge amount
of homework, so I have
no friends. I also love
the extra stress and the
constant headaches,
that follow." - Wesley
Mori

ANGELA RICCIUTI
KAYLEEN ROBERTS

DYLAN SADE
NEIL SAUVAGE
NICOLE SAVI NO

HARRY SPRAGUE
R O B ER T SUSSMAN
ZACHARY SUTTON

BRANDI TENN
ELIZABETH
VILLALINO

The first graduating class of
2006 has had their work cut out
for them. They established
traditionsitown hall, academic
awards ceremonies, a plethora
of sports, foreign language
soccer tournaments, MUN trips
to San Diego, foreign language
department’s trips to Peru,
student government, clubs,
The Contender, talent shows,
theatrical performances, dances,
ife and homecoming. Creating and
involving themselves in
numerous activities and setting
the bar high academically has at

uIt, but as they
have proven, quite possible.

Jacob Adc&am Aumda BoutuieE

Where there is air Amanda Boutwell,
there is Jake. With a one of the most upbeat
passion for mountain students at Lejardin,
hiking, surfing, and has attended this
snowboarding, Jake school since the ninth
Adelman is more at grade. Amanda's
home on the edge than dignity and grace have
in the middle. At added to the positive
Montana State atmosphere at this
University, Jake will school. "I want people
find all the air he needs to remember me as
and more as he pursues me!" she says. Looking
a degree in business back on her high
marketing with a school years, she has no
minor in mountain regrets. "I don't regret
bike technology. Jake anything," Amanda
is guided by the says, "because you only
wisdom of Curious learn from your
George: "George mistakes." Amanda's
promised to be good. future holds much
But it is easy for little promise and potential.
monkeys to forget." - Her plans after high
H.A. Rev school are to attend
college here in Hawaii and study abroad. "I want to travel the world."
says Amanda, "as well as be rich and famous." In ten years Amanda
hopes to find herself happily married with a great family. She believes
her generation will contribute peace to the world. Amanda lives by
this quote from Bob Marley: "Lively up yourself and don't be no drag."

A&cia Cmaduy Tltom iC aU ady

Alicia Camacho is a Tom Cassadv has
true veteran of Le attended LJA for four
Jardin Academy. She tears, and the thing he
has been here since 1’re- will miss most his high
K. longer than any school years is plat ing
other graduating computer games and
student. Alicia is all the wonderful
excited about being a smiles ol the students.
part of the first I le would like his
graduating class and classmates to
eagerly anticipatcs remember him as a
what the future will cool cat! After high
bring. She is anxious school, he plans to go
to get on with the next to college and major in
stage o f her life. After fine, graphic, and
gradual ion she plans commercial art. After
on going to college and that, he is going to he a
lraveling to various hungry artist. Tom
countries so she can says. "1 don't know
experience different where I'll be in ten
cultures. There are tears hut I know that I
many things that she don't want to be fat!"
would like to I le ant icipatcs 1hat he
accomplish in life, and Alicia's modesty, humbleness, and honesty will "will hat e no need for earthlt possessions. |In ten years| I will hat e
allow her to do so. In ten years' time she is not sure what she will he reached a higher godly power and achieved nirvana and ascended to a
doing, but would like- to have a lamih and a home back here in godly entity." font's favorite food is Gummy bear happy chocolate
Hawaii. She is an extraordinarily trust wort li\ person. Her laid-back explosion sandwiches!!!! font sats. "The most important contributions
personalia has brought comfort to everyone around her. and this mt generation will make to the world is \\ \\ 111 and maybe a nett
advantageous trail will accompany her as she tra\ els oil to college. I’okcmon video game." font's unique and humorous pet sonalilt is
trult irreplaceable. I le will he great It missed when he leaves for
She loves this quote: "The story ol lile is quicker college. font sats. "Socks. I lugs, and Rock and Roll!"
(~/ls than the blink o f an eve. the story ol love is hello,

1 A goodbye."- limi I lendrix

Authimj Bwvtil Jeffeny Brifik

11 lias been four Je ff Butler is
glorious years at Le undoubtedly the most
(ardin for Anthony entrepreneurial
Burris, but lie wishes student in this school.
that he was more Jeff plans on going to
involved during those UH for a couple of
years. "I t gets the t ears and then
babes!" he says. transfering to a big
Anthony has been a name college in
wonderful asset to this California where he
school. His easy-going will complete his
humor and sharp wit marketing/business
compliment his degree. After college
personalit y and Jeff has the high
sensibility. Anthony's expectations of
ful lire plans are to creating and managing
attend Maritime an international
Academy in California business. Leaving Le
and make a career out Jardin is going to be
of driving boats. hard for Jeff. This is
"There are two kinds his third year at the
of people in this school, and it's not
world," Anthony going to be east for
quotes, "people who get the cowbell joke, and people who don't." him to leave all of his friends. We will always remember Jeff,
especially his easy-going personality. Somehow he is always able to
L make those who are around him feel comfortable. Jeffs optimistic and
encouraging character has added so much to this school. It will not Ire
the same without him. Some words of wisdom he wants to impart ter
younger students are "Watch your head, smile, and don't burn...

bridges"

MMt&u) Cowitodc
' Matthew Comstock Christa Conn has

has a congenial attended l.JA for six
person.ilil c. fie has
attended l.eJardin years. Christa has a
Academy for a total of
eight tears, from passion for music and
second to sixth grade,
' and then from tenth has a deep connect ion
grade until now. from
sixth lo tenth grade. with her family. Her
Matt lived in China.
Matt rev ealetl 11lat he vivaeious character
1 is going to miss the
I |A communitv the and charisma have
most after he leav es
the school. Alter high been a true blessing to
school he plans on
slaving on the island this school. Christa
t and attendin*g colle‘ge.
Matt intends to major savs that she will
in Marine Sciences. I le
has a lov e for the certainly miss the
ocean and a passion lor
ocean ac tiv ities such as paddling, surfing, night fishing, and diving. visual splendor of LJA
Alter college, lie savs he hopes to find a good job that he enjoys. In
ten years Malt sees himself as "rich and retired." He believes. "II can, when she goes off to

can. 11 no can. no can." college. She also savs

that she vvill miss all ol

her friends and

teachers whom she has

grown so close to over

the years. Christa has

;t sense of

determination and

perseverance that vvill

be carried with her its she- begins the next stage in her life. 1let

options lor the future are still verv much open as she would like to

attend college and major in Journalism. Lnglish. or mavbe l'rench.

Some goals that Christa has set for hcrscll are to get her graduate

degree or doctorate and to trav ol to even continent. When asked

vvhere she saw herself in ten rears, she laughed and said. "I’robahlv

bac k in school." Christa is inspired In lliejim Morrison quo1''

"1 am the li/ard king. I can do anything." o

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5 c h 0 c,i

NteJcojhi Cnmlldfe Fnmcuca Cuwlo'
Nick Cronkite is Le Francesca Crudo
Jardin Academy's most gives the school a
prominent leader. He refreshing sense of
is always willing and humility with her calm
able to take charge of manner. Once you sit
any situation. Nick has down to talk with her,
been attending Le it is obvious that she
Jardin Academy ever has a lot to say.
since the ninth grade, Francesca's fellow
and his contribution to classmates know her as
the growth of this an honest and
school is invaluable. unpretentious spirit,
Nick has served two and her teachers
t ears as President of respect her for being a
the Student Council. responsible student.
In his junior year he She has been attending
earned the "Most Le Jardin Academy for
Outstanding Delegate five years, and when
Award for the Security she leaves for college,
Council" in Model it will be very hard (ot­
United Nations as well her to leave all her
as the Headmaster’s friends behind.
Award for best all- Francesca is very
around student. Nick intends on going to Purdue University in thankful for all the years she spent here. When she was asked what she
Indiana to earn a degree in Business Administration. He has made would change about her high school years, she replied, "I wouldn't
great efforts to prepare himself for an entrepreneurial career. Nick change anything." Francesca plans to go to college in California. She's
also possesses a strong sense of patriotism, and he hopes to run for intrigued by biology and would like to pursue this field through
political office someday. All of us at Le Jardin know that Nick is college. After college she sees herself working as a lab technologist or
someone who can be counted on for help. His brilliant sense o f humor being active in the forensic science field.
is always able to lift the spirits of even the most down-hearted. His
constant striving to better himself, and the world, is what makes Nick
an extraordinary individual.

Toutai Fe&c-NeaE Todd
One word that comes Todd Link, or "the
to mind when we hear video guy," is famous
"Tomas Felix-Neal" is for his countless school
theatre. Tomas promotion videos that
thoroughly enjoys the are shown weekly at
thespian lifestyle. His Town Hall. This is
passion for acting is Todd's second year at
going to take him a Le Jardin Academy,
long way as he plans to and he has spread his
major in the dramatic name all around school
arts. Tomas is through his energetic
preparing himself to videos ol sports and
get in the acting- sc hool ac tivities. Along
business by taking an with making movies
advanced drama ( lass and sc hoolwork, I odd
here at I,e Jardin also rose to Ihe
Academy. I le also challenge of being
earned a role in the president ol Ibe­
play "Flaming Idiots" at st uderil rottnc il. I odd
Manoa Valley I heat re. plans to go to college
I le intends on so that lie can major in
at lending college at a film product ion. “I feel
big-name univet sit y ext raot clinai ily blessed
Ihat. is (list inguished by its pet lot tiling ails program. I omas's opt ions to have been ac ccpled into l his si udcnl body with si u h cut bitsiasm," In-
lot the lultire are si ill filled with many possibilities, including says. I odd hopes that his fellow classmates will t eniciiibci him as an
Broadway, television, or film. I omas's Inn and personable character honest person, and when asked what he will miss most about Le jardin
added an element ol benevoleni e to the s<bool. "I want to thank Academy, he answered, "I here ate too many Iliings to tnetit ion, bill
everyone here lot making my lit si and last year at Le jardin Academy Ihe years Ihat I have spent here have been Ilie best years of my life." A
a lint one," he says. A <|iiotc l omas lives by is Iruin ( lalvin and sc lipl illc Ibat. I odd lives by is "All Iliings work logel bei lot good to
Ihose who love Ilie Lord." Rot nans 8:28
I lobbes: "It just seems wiong lo t heal on an el hie s Iesl."

DanielDes/eney R a y m o n d G d t im

Danny Deveney is Some call Cyrus
probably best known Ellison a comedian or
for his used-to-be- the funny man o f the
dreadlocks. Dan's twelfth grade. Cyrus
character rubs o ff on believes he will most
people and gives them likely be remembered
a sense o f belonging at by most of his
the school. He has classmates as "the
attended EJA for font- funniest guy with
years, but the glasses ever," but be
impression that he has isn't all fun and games.
had on this school will Cyrus is the epitome of
last long after he has an outstanding
gone. Danny is always individual. While
able to keep things sitting and conversing
interesting through his with Cyrus Ellison
outgoing and lively another side o f him is
personality. Dan is revealed, a side of him
unsure how his that harmonizes with
classmates are going to his personality and
remember him, so lie'll musical aspiral ions.
leave it up for I le has attended l.c
speculation. Danny Jardin for eight years
will most likely go to Montana State University. When asked what he and plans to attend a mainland university after high school. Cvt its
wants to major in he replied, "1 need some business skills, YO!“ After, hopes to end up living in a snowy area because he has a great passion
college he wants to go back to Costa Rica. I le visited Costa Rica last f<ir snowboarding. In college, Cyrus plans on st tidying Itil crnal ional
summer with Jake Adclmatt on a surfing expedition. Danny's uni<|ue Affairs. "It appeals to me," he says with an intellectual aura. Cyrus
expression o f individuality has added so much to this school. I le lives every clay with this i|iiole in mind: "Stand up for yourself."
believes in the <|note, "Don't think singing on Sunday's g<inna save
vour soul."

Kaciohealaui RachelGto-ze^-Gaath

Kaci Gallagher has 11 is in Rachel
attended l.e (at (lilt
Acadctm since the ( iro/en-Smil h's highest
nintIt grade. "I 'll miss
the setting and the hopes |o graduate
cm irontnenl of I lawaii
and just the Iat l lhat I fro m I .<• |;n din
was in high si liool,"
Kai i says. Kai i's Academy and live in an
liumilit\ becomes
apparent as she speaks. in han environment

I lei plans lo r l he while al lending
upi oming years are
filled with cxi itement college. She has
as she experts to go to
discovered in Ihe
college on Ihe
process ol growing and
mainland \\here she
mat m ing l lial she is
will locus (III
most sue <esslill and
e(|uesl rial) si tidies. ,
Alter she finishes Iilids much joy in the
college, she hopes to
move back to her 11 lie ai Is venue,
home, here in I lawaii.
Kai i has a sini ere passion for wot king wil li horses, and she ant i( ipales riiioiighonl her lile,
si art mg her own horse business which ( an tlien be passed down
IIn (nigh the genri at ions of her family. Kai inohcalani's benevolence she explains, she has
and i hat isma have added tinmali lied beauty and warmth to the aura ol
Ihis si hoof We i an only hope that l his si liool will be blessed with heeii "singing, a< Iing,
e\ cn hall as mm li kindness as Kai i has given dm ing hci veai s hci e.
She believes in the adage, "II you always do what you always did, then wi il ing poel i v, and
you'll alwavs gel what you always got."
Iaking as nine h Iime as

possible on pi ojecls,

jlist lot IIn- pu re joy ol

using ( i eat ivil\ l<>

cx< el." I he (inole she

lives In is a m irro r e d relief Iion ol hei ri eal ivil \ : "I nsisl upon your sell,

never imitate" hy Ralph Waldo l.merson. Il is hei plan to double

majoi i n ( d a p h i ( design and I’nglisli and minoi in advei Iising. "Il

sounds as iI il will he dil Iic nil Io obi a in a double major, I>i11 I Ieel iI

would be ex< eedinglv dilli< nil loi me to leave Knglish bellind." With
bet ( lioit es in si ndicsjici highest hope is lo be a pal I ol a ma|oi

m aga/ine in Man ha 11an. "I have enjoyed liv ing in I lawaii;

howevci , I mnsi admit I am vei \ eager lo move onto 77Sch,
biggei and beltei things." I bis will not keep Ra< bel “ Viol
(idin being hoinesif k howevei ; Hawaii has indeed been
an ini i i( ale pal I ol In i lile.

-CcdtfrHcmU Kevin Heinemann is Kevin Hemmam
------
Scott Harris lias
a respect l ul and
attended Lc Jardin
Academy lor three respectable person
years. Scott reveals
the things he will miss whom many look up
most about l.|A: the
beautiful campus and to. He is the best
Friends. He wants to
be remembered as loud influence that Ihis
and proud. Alter high
school Scot I plans to school has ever been
leave Hawaii so that lie
can "experience what blessed with. Ilis
the rest o f the world
has to offer." I le wants genuine kind-
to attend Ihe
University of heartedness is always
Vanguard, a small
college in Southern evident as he is
California. As for a
major, he says, "At this constantly lending a
moment, I have no
idea." After college, helping hand. 11 there
Scott hopes to have a job that allows him to live comfortably in
I lawaii. In the Iill me Scot I sees himself hack here, married, and is one thing that Kevin
settled with three kids. One thing that many people don't know is that
Scott has made a surfing movie. Scott believes that the most would change about his
important contribution that today's generation needs to make in the
world is "cleaning up the environment, society, and government." high school career, he
Scott has taken the necessary actions to prepare to attend college in
order to live up to these words: "Success is getting what you want. would lengthen tile-
I lappincss is wanting what you gel."
years. He would do

this in hopes of

maintaining and

extending his

relat ionships witli tlie-

people he has grown

close to. Soon after high school, he will take a new step into the world

and fly off to the West Coast to earn a major in Business. When asked

where he would be in 10 years, he exclaimed, "Back here for the 10

year reunion!" Kevin still has many more adventures to come. He

lives by the phrase, "Take it how you get it."

MomcumJernwgi Ni/uA Jmei

Morgaine Jennings Nicole Jones-lbe
has attended I, |A since greatest optimisl-has
8th grade. Apart from been attending I.JA
all her friends whom for the past four years.
she has known since Nico is uncpicstionably
middle school, she is the friendliest person
definitely going to miss that this school will
the relat ionships that ever know. I ler easy­
have been formed going laugh is always
bet ween Ihe student s able to break Ilie
and Ilie teachers at sometimes monotonous
I.|A. "Most of Ilie rout inc of Ihe classes.
people Ihat have been I ler at lilcl icisin has
here since middle also proved to he an
school will probably asset to the school.
remember me as the Alter graduation, she
Bril isl1 girl that had plans on going to
that funny accent. hut college and pursuing a
since high school, I professional career.
hope people will I let plan is to go to
remember me as college in I lawaii for a
someone who always few years before
had a smile on my face heading off to the
and didn't fret about the small stuff." After high school Morgaine mainland to gain some experience. She has a passion for biology, and
will he heat ling ol I to college. I ler opt ions for the lul lire are st ill wide she loves working with animals. She hopes to major in l’re-vet
open as she has a wide variety o f interests that include photography, medicine or Business. After college she would like to "become a vet or
layout design, and psychology (to name a few). Alter college, she a physical therapist." Niro's bright pcrspeclivc and beautiful smile
hopes to have a successful and rewarding career so that she can have had a huge positive impact on this school. l.JA will not be llic-
support a family and Iravel around the world. She lives by l he saying same without her. "Live each clay as if it were going to be your last,"
"Don't worry he happy." - Hobby McFerrin she- sacs.

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J a m d j n , N ib & M g rbet remember RicJtmd U fa

Jameelyn Nibling is a y
cordial and
outstanding individual. b h BhB i
She lias been attending
Le Jardin Academy his high school
since nint h grade and
she will greatly miss classmates u ill
LJA's small classes and
tightly knit 1 ememher him b\. B rc*' "A ? a U
community. |ameelyn Richard has attended
has a bright future
ahead o f her. I bis is l.e jardin foi six years: B fe 1 M„
obvious when looking
at the school he wishes he had |)iil T l K k
newspaper which has
been blessed with her moia-effort into his
technical and artistic
talents. After high school work so that he
school Jameelyn wants
to go to college where would have gotten
she plans on majoring
in nursing. She has a better grades during
passion lor helping and
caring for those around her. After college, she sees herscll working those years. Despite
in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Kapiolani Hospital. She
thoroughly enjoys working with infants. Jameelyn has an optimistic Richard's modesty, he
perspective on the future o f her generation. She is confident that her
generation will learn from past mistakes. def initely has a

prestigious career

awaiting him. Richard

says he will miss Mr. St.

John, and his friends. "1 have such great friends," Richard replies.

Before college, Richard wants to take a year off and go on a road trip

with his friends around North America. He is not <|uite sure what lie

wants to major in when he gels to college, but the possibilities for his

fill tire are inexhaustible. After college he plans on working for his

father who is a government contractor. "It’s a lot of money," he says,

l.e jardin Academy will certainly not be the same after Richard has

gone. Richard likes this quote: "Ability does not dictate passion."

£ kam Si

Shaun Sizemore is a N icole
generous person who
loves to keep people- Spaddaveci Ilia, or
happy. lie has been "Spud", has attended
attending l.e jardin I.|A for four years.
Academy since the Dili Spud will be great ly
grade and enjoys all of missed when she leaves
lhe sports that this for college, and she
school ol lei s. AI ter will miss everyone here
college he wants to see­ too, "especially Mr.
the world and join the Olaso!" Spud is one ol
I'cat e (lot ps. In ten (he greatest assets to
years l ime, sees himself
helping out in a pool volleyball and
country in South basket ball team. Slit-
Alltel i<a. A quote that shines as the back row
Shaun lives by is, "All defensive specialist for
evil needs to takeover volleyball and as point
is for good men to sit
hack and do nothing." ■; C)nc of her close
Shaun has a parting message lor his (ellow seniors, "I tried my best to
be a nice person and if you ever see me in Ihe Cut tire, hold me to IInti. friends, Angelica, says '' *m
that Spud will probably j R
There is nothing belter than being good to others."
earn a career as a

model, traveling

throughout Brazil. After high school Spud plans on going to college

in California where she plans on majoring in line arts. Spud says

"Shootie loolies den bit" when she is excited or happy about something.

Spud's enthusiasm and humor are always able to spread smiles around

tile school and she will be arc-ally missed.

Tam Tlumai A&xwdm Ttmakak

Tara Thomas has a A lex Tomchak is one
bright and exciting of the most distinctive
future ahead o f her. individuals Ihat Ihis
This is her first year school will ever
attending Lc Jardin encounter. This is his
Academy. She sixth year til I,e jardin
originally came from a Academy and his
high school called impact on his teachers
Valley Center High in and bis peers will
California. When undoubtedly last a
asked what she enjoyed lifetime. 11is
the most about I.JA, uneonlested sense of
she replied, "I like the wit and humor has
small environment, the created a positive
teachers are great, and environment for all of
it is Itin." Tara's peers us. When he speaks,
will undoubtedly everyone stops to
remember her as a listen. Mis creative
generous and writing talents have
benevolent individual. been manifested
Ilit (High Ibe school
A lie r high school, she newspaper and been
received by Ihe si iidenl
p lan s t o Slav h e r e in
body with cut husiasm. Alex plans on going to c<1 1lege in California.
I lawaii and atten d "I'm really going to miss Hawaii,”he says, “especially the Ko'olau
mountains." I le intends to earn a major in journalism and alter
college and in her linai year ol college, study abroad. She wants to college, Alex expects to pursue a career in writ ing and hopefully
major in Psychology because she linds the human mind ini riguing. aut Ilor a novel. When asked if there was a specil ic <pint e or saying
I am enjoys kids and would like to counsel teenagers and event ually that he lived by he responded very simply: "l.ile is far loo big for just
start her own practice. Also, she has a warm and personable spirit. one."
She says making the world a I>el Ier place will be the most import ant
contribution her generation can make to the world. “Always think
posit ive.”

K i t f u i e , I V iM a u d

Krissie Williams lias Sminnl In W ong,
at tended I.|A lor four
years. She says she will o n e o l I lie m ost
miss tlie family
at mosphcre Ibat I.|A .!< <( >ni|)lislie(I si u d e n l s
provides. Ixrissie
would like In i o l l lie < kiss <A 2 ()0 (» ,
classmates to
remember her as Ins ;i very cxc il ing
someone whose smile
brought light to the 1ul u re iiheiid ol her. 4
s<hook lxi issie lias A 11e r high s< 1km►! siie [4
is goin g lo co lle ge in
a<liicvrd a lot during
liei four years at I |A. New /.ciikiiid, where wl
hei l.imily is 1loin b
Sum is intensely

involved h ere ul 1,<•

|m din. :iii<1 is lull <>1

s< It o o l spi t ii S h e I n s

S h e w a s Vi< e P r e s i d e n t <oiil i ih u le d so iiiik Ii lo

lo r l w o vein's and I lie v o l l c v I >; 111 l e m n ,

I’ resiclent ol th e I limiu I><ishel I>. 111 l e u m , m i d

Si a iel y b et s e n i o r y e a r . ukulele <lion o v e r Ihe

She lias also been |>;isl l o i n v e i n s . S u m ' s
ai Iive with I.|A spi n ts.
She plated hot h e l l o l l s in e g i e;il l\
volleyball and
basket ball loi loin .i|>|>l ec iiiled |»v

ev'ei None m oun d Ik i .

S u m ' s l i f e will <ei |;iinl\

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si b o o l s h e h o p e s t o d o s o m e I r a v e l i n g . S h e is p l a n n i n g t o g o t o III I o|)l ions loi Ihe Iill in e w ill he Inil ol seem in gh inliuile o|>|>orl unil ies.

101 i o l l e g r a n d m a j o i in J a p a n e s e . A l t e r i o l l e g e sh e 'l l l i k e t o r e t ill n t o I hi n g s will i l e v e l h e I h e s m i l e I he\ <o n Id .i< 1 1n i l s Mil 11 <»i 11 hel lei ."
|mi |oIiiisoii
|a p a n w i l d e s h e u s e d t o li v e . I n t e n Mill s s h e is i i n s m e w h e r e s h e see s' )

Ilei s e l l . bu t it will p r o b a b h b e s o n lew Ihi e in le x p c i l e d . Ixi issie 11 lin k s

Ilie m ost im p o i Iant i m i d ibut ion Ini g e l i d at ion will m a k e to I he

w i n Id w ill b e t o I c a i 11 t h e w i n Id t o t h i n k m o r e a b o u t o u r p u l p o s e ui

lib . I l e i i o l e m o d e l is j e s u s ( .In 1st. k I issie is a d e v o t e d C l u isl inn a m I

s p e n d s a lot o l I ill le v o l ill it e e l i n g at l i d i lull i l l .

2j£k 84 S h e 11\ c s h\ I h r <|tio|c, " S m i l e he< m i s e \<mi nr\ n
k n o w w h o 111i«■111 In- w.iii liiii!» "

Auqe&ea W iM u m
Zi
Angelica Uwaine William White is a

loves this saying: modest, intellectual

"Your attitude person. Aside front his

determines your profuse intelligence he

altitude and how far has a wonderful heart.

you will go." Angelica Bill savs that he will

is positively the most miss all of his friends at

uplifting and Lejardin after he

inspirational influence leaves for college. He

in this school. has attended Lejardin

Somehow she is always Academy for 10 years

able to make us laugh. and he does not want

She has attended LJA the student body to

since the third grade, remember him as a

and during her time clown, but as a good

here she has been friend. Bill lives every­

deeplv affected bv the day bv his

strong sense of "observations of the

community. Angelica's world." He says that if *
there was one thing
contribution to this

community has been that he could change

invaluable. Angelica about his past years of

has a sincere high school it would be

appreciation for her education and because of this, it is evident that his social status; he regrets being socially distant from everyone. In

she has a promising future ahead of her. She plans on going to college spite of this, we know that Bill White is everyone's friend. As for

on the mainland and hopes to do a lot of traveling. Her goal is to colleges, he is looking at attending a liberal arts college. When asked

major in Pre Med., Neuroscience, or Speech Pathology. Angelica also what he would like major in, Bill answered, "Definitely one of the

has big plans for herself after college. Her aspirations include: getting sciences, probably Chemistry, but perhaps Biology." Bill doesn't know

a successful job in the medical field, having twins, being happily what he will be doing after college, but that's the least of his worries.

married, opening her own restaurant, and going to Ethiopia. When He believes that the most important contribution that his generation

asked what she believes will be her generation's contribution to the will make to the world is "Progress: making people's lives better." Bill

world, she replied, "insight and refreshment." is challenged by quote: "Believing and seeing are often both wrong." -

Robert McNamara

Kaimui Yum

Kaleena Yuen's The
artistic abilities have
brought creative CLASS OF 2006
beauty to Lejardin
Academy. She has Lejardin Academy
taken the initiative t
take art classes, a
yearbook class, and ;
journalism class to
prepare her for her
future career goals.
Kaleena intends to
carrying on with hei
artistic talents. She
wants to go college
here at home to
familiarize herself with
college life before-
going away, and is
considering
iransferring out of
state after a couple of
years. She's looking to
major in communications, journalism, or teaching. Kaleena los es
writing and is a staff writer and photographer for Lejardin
Academy's journalism class. She also enjoys incorporating her creative
side wit It her journalistic side. She has designed lhe yearbook covers
for the past three years and her artwork will also be featured in this
year's IIawaiian Telcom Yellow Pages. After college she plans to get a
job that she enjoys because, "The key to finding happiness in life is

liking what you do."

85Sch,Clo'

R\an Kam. Will 1[ousel. ■ Bohln Andrews. Dvlan
|Sade, David McMahon,
Kirk Mueller, Anthony Ryan Murphy, Taylor Fite, David
Siemann, Matt Endreson, Josh Blau,
Burris, B\ron Pennington, Dan Deveney B \ a l c Adelm an. Keegan

Jake Adelman, Matt Lozano, J e f f Butler, ■ S' I - SI 11,11 1. I . H I I H 1 1 )' | \ \ i I .

Shaun Sizemore, H( ollin Ague, Zach Sutton,
Fred Morelli, Jordan Fite,
Alex Tomehak, Kevin
O ^M and (ono Kam
Heinemann. Richard ■ ,H

Otte, Nick Cronkhite,

and Nathan Masuda

Below: P .E . Coach Reed Below: Nate Adelman and the
Olaso and Headmaster Junior's Team watch and support
Adrian Allan, referee their team mates at the side lines of
the Homecoming game. the game.

Above: Kaci Gallagher, Krissi
Williams and Rachel Grozen-Smith
sing the National Anthem before
the game.

Above: Cheering for
the Senior team,
Byron Pennington
shows his devotion.

[Left: Ryan Lett: J unior
Quarterback
Murphy Joey Padeken
makes an calls "Hike" and
astounding the football is
snapped.
run for the

Ituniors.

The Homecoming Court shares their love after a relay race at the upper field. From Left to Right: Corelle
Nakamura, Alicia Camacho, Nathan Masuda, Christa Conry, Kick Mueller, Heather Nakahara, Bill White, and Je ff
Butler.
Small Pictures Above: candids of the court in

With their game faces on the Senior Homecoming King,
boys run through their banner ready to Bill White, and Queen,
win the game. Headier Nakahara show
their appreciation for
being crowned the first
Homecoming King and

Queen of L ejardin
Academy.

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c How do you feel about being the <Wow d o you fRiide youn Rigd sd lo o d
oldest class, year after year? /leHotionsfops widd <%tye£t yowi fyutimd?

"Well, we have always been
the pioneers, the guinea
pigs, the first. It's been
fun, but I think we've
missed out on certain
experiences, like being able
to look to upperclassmen
for inspiration, knowledge,
etc. O verall, I'm glad we
were the first class because
we arc setting the precedent
for future generations."
- Ryan Ram

"I think it's been pretty cool U S .* *
that we have been the oldest U -JL
since high school started
because we have grown as a fiwhJer tkmi <l.iXnshi
class together. T he only
thing that I think I missed 1 ia n a ^ ^ H
out on in high school was
not having an older class to It taught rmr
look up to." Zack Sutton
- Alicia Camacho

Ireciate others.

"1 like it in a way because
there is no one to pick on
us. but there is nobody to
look up to."
- J am eel yn Nibling

"It's certainly nice being the "It's a bittersweet feeling $HOW ME THE MONEY!
first graduating class - this because for the past four
way, there are no Where do you work?
upperclassmen to worry years, I've become so
about. But m ore than that, accumstomed to being the Students who have made the initiative to take the first steps to
I feel like we're setting the independence
prototype for the Le jardin 'top dawg' on campus and
high school education. I'm not having to deal with the "I work at Ko'olau Theaters,
already looking forward to and it has helped me gain
class reunions - this pressures o f being hasseled independence, provided me with
graduating class seems to by an upper class work experience for the future,
have become very close. and given me the opportunity
I'll see you till down the because...I am the to make a lot o f friends"
road... I upperclassmen. T he bad - Kavleen Roberts
- Bill White
par t about it is that when I "l work at Boston's Pizza in
go away to college I will no Kailua. It taught me a lot
longer have the 'edge' over about responsibility, time
other students. It will be a management, and the food
new enviomemnt, new industry. I enjoy working
teachers, new faces, and I'll there very much and 1 look
be starting all over. What forward to going to work,
I'm trying to say is that I've that's the most important
really enjoyed my high tiling when finding
school years here and - Stuart Ooka
wouldn't change them for
anything. "I work at Chip & Cookie
- Angelica Uwaine next to Cold Stone
Creamery in Kailua. Come
buy some cookies. From
working there I have gained
work experience while
having the benefit of
grinding ono cookies."
- Matt Comstock

C o n trib u tio n

Right: The
and back of

he surfboard that
he Seniors
ontribiuted to the
ilent Auction.

Circles Top
o Bottom: Art
lesigns on the
urfboard by: Matt
Lozano, Tom
Cassady, and Jake
Adi eman

SILEN T AUCTION Above:
Seniors
T hanks to the PFA, all of the fervently
high school contributions to work to finish
the Silent Auction were made their designs
possible. The Seniors were able on the
to contribute the surfboard, the surfboard.
Sophomores: the skim board, the
Freshman: the paddles, all of Left: Micheal
which were personalized by each Matsugu
individual student. The concentrates
experience was fun and at the as he draws
same time allowed each student liis design on
to express their individuality the skim
through a unique artistic design. board.

Below First Picture: Elizabeth Souza focuses Above: T he front and back o f the skim
as she carves her design on the paddle. board that the Sophomores contributed to
Below Second Picture: Melissa Butler the Silent Auction.
steadily carves her design into the paddle. Below Last Picture: Kathryn Johnson gives
Below Third Picture: Anne Pennington her undivided attention to her artistic paddle
watches closely as Marli Jenkins carefully design.
carves away.

/V arsity Boys
Basketball
Team

Back Row: Coach Art King, Kekoa, Kevin
Heinemenn, Nick Cronkhite, Josh Blau,
Kirk Mueller, Coach Tom King.
Front Row: Kaleo Schuman (Manager),
Alex Johnson, Jono Kam, Keegan Sussman,
Je ff Butler.

T he Varsity boys At one o f the
basketball team gives games the
a final cheer before intermediate boys
heading back on the basketball team is
court to continue about to make a
the game. basket.

Intermediate T nfprm prli a f p
Boys
Boys B asketb all Team!!
Basketball
Team

Back Row: George Colder, Kalani Soeda,
Willie Durnin, Coach Alan Akina, Scott
Taylor, Alex Gromes.
Middle.Ko-K: Coach JR Olaso, Chad Hirasa,

“vin Togami, Kai Erickson,

to .

Longley, Chris Johnson,

Basketb
Team

Left to Right: Charlee Roth, Kaitlin
Kahahawai, Melissa Butler, Jamie Nibling,
Jenny Draime, Shawntel Longley, Lizzie
Draime, Kaleo Schuman, Ryann Kurahara,
Sarie Hill, Nicole Olaso, Erin Kirley,
Corelle Nakamura, Jessica Shiarella,
Francesca Crudo, Nicole Jones.

Josh Blau giving a Walking out to the
shaka after the court, the boys
game had ended. varsity basketball
team prepares to start
:he game.

Intermediate
Girls

Basketball
Team

Left to Right: Kelly Connors, Nicole

Barrett, Kara Singsun, Rachel R aa^U A

Sarah Crozer, Brittany DanidsTMwlllH^k

Stoebner, Stephanie Hale, lobby Cleghorn,

Kelsey Tanouye, Bree-Anne Chun, Brittan

Manson. Wv

Top Row (left to
right): Coach

Girls Elementary Volleyball Christina Hoe,
Taiana Hale, Natalia
Weisman, Ally

Draime, Kea Olaso,

Jam ie Sutton, Kiana

Harpstrite, Katie

Dalgamouni, Ashley

Kelley, Gigi

Abcarian, Hi'ilei

Coelho, Coach Alan

Akina, Liana Mayer,

Shannon Vuillemot,

and Kiana

Yamashiro. Bottom

Girls Interm ediate Volleyball Row (lefttoright):
Natalie Strong,
Keilani Bonis
Ericksen, Marina
Hirokane, Tori

Rooks, Arianna

Altman, Sara

McGahan, Jaime

Cilletti, and Emily

Hamacon.- Photo by

Mr. Rimsinth

Top Row (left to

right): Coach Rocky,

Haley Sherrill, Sarah

Recktenwald, Kara

Singson, Nina

Fullerton and Rachel

Fritz. Bottom Row

(left to right): Kelly

Connors, Lexi

Girls Jr. Varsity Volleyball Rooks, Nicole
Barrett, Brittany
Daniels, Alyssa
Knight, Libby

Cleghorn.

Top Row (left to

right): Charlee Roth,

Brittany Lange,

Jessica Shiarella, and

Coach Tanja Nicolic.

Middle Row (left to

right): Michelle

Wilkinson, Alana

Mueller, Shauna

Birt, and Katie

Amberg Johnson.

Bottom Row (left to

right): Kathryn

Johnson, Presella

Turner, Stephanie

Wilkinson, and

Sophie Luu.

Girls Varsity Volleyball

Top Row (left to right): Coach Bill Johnson, Krissie Williams, Keanu Pascua, Lisa Lau, and Coach Lesley
Johnson. Middle Row (left to right): Alicia Camacho, Samantha Wong, and Elizabeth Villalino. Bottom Row
(left to right): Angelica Uwaine, Nicole Spaddavecchia, Nikki Olaso, and Alicia McMahon

Top Row (left to right): Kalani Soeda, Logan Monke, Coach Mel Furtado. Middle Row (left to
right): Wesley Cox, Grant Longley, A.J. Shiarella, Kai Erickson. Bottom Row (left to right):
Eric Kroll, Chad Hirasa, Dakota Smith, and Cameron Robb. - Photo by Mr. Rimsinth

The World
o f Water..

Top (1st row): Daniel Liu, lan Barrett,
Adam Kenner, Coach Terry Pruitt, Mia
Belluche, Gabby Garcia
2nd row: Jamie Ellison, Alexander
Huynh, Chariee Roth, Kathryn Johnson,
Kelly Cazinha, Jenny Draime
3rd row: Erin Kirley, Isy Picciotto, Grace
Worm, Mackenzie Miller, Nicole
Picciotto, Rachel Randall, Libby
Cleghom, Alisha Downs
4th row: Jessica Sutton, Alana Mueller,
Jack Mullen, Sammy Kane, Kirsten Felix,
Cameron Robb

competition. competitor.

ater Top Row (Left to Right): Coach Eric Billington, Will
Durnin, Coach H arry Sprague, Jacob Blau
Top Row (Left to Right): Daniel Liu, Daniel Oswald, Bottom Row (Left to Right): Shaun Millar, Mike
Coach H arry Sprague, Trevor Owens, Coach Eric Dowsett, Scott Taylor, Eli Jennings, Travis Parke,
Billington, Ian Barrett, Neil Sauvage. Ethan Beckett, Jack Mullen
Bottom Row (Left to Right): Jeremy Blau, David

Beckett, Joshua Blau, Adam
Kenner

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