Sunny Hills High

Sunny Hills High

1801 Warburton Way

Fullerton 92633

(714) 870-3401

* Enrollment: 2,060

* Established: 1958

* Team name: Lancers

* Principal: Loring Davies

* Student president: Ada Chen

* Valedictorians: Robert Chang; Ada Chen; Sherry Chen; Jennifer Hsu; Jon Malkin; Melissa Rudolph; Alin Severance; Erin Ulloa; John Vinh

* Famous alumni: Singer Jackson Browne; former major league catcher Gary Carter

* Winning moments: Identified in Newsweek magazine as one of the top 20 schools in the U.S.; soccer team made it to Southern Section finals; Kevin Koyama and Justin Nassiri received U.S. Naval Academy appointments; Ryan Vaughn received U.S. Air Force Academy appointment; Anthony Migliorini and John Park received appointments to the U.S. Merchant Marines; school had 30 National Merit scholarship semifinalists; Ada Chen, Sherry Chen, Shirley Chen, Michael Chu, Yolanda Hong and Edmund Park named National Merit scholarship winners

* Graduation: June 11, 8 p.m., at Fullerton High


Robert Chang of Fullerton

* Achievements: Earned

a 4.7 weighted grade-point average; Horatio Alger scholar; National Merit scholar; International Baccalaureate diploma candidate; placed fourth in business calculations at the 1997 Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference; Caltech Signature award; four-year recipient of the Rotary Club Scholastic Achievement award; Academic Decathlon team co-captain; science club president; National Honor Society

* Connections: Cross-country; badminton; piano; Chinese flute; chess; swing and ballroom dance; volunteers at the Fullerton Public Library; counselor-in-training at AstroCamp; student mentor at the Walk in My Shoes Leadership Camp

* Ambitions: Attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, major in computer engineering; pursue a master's degree in business

* Family: Parents are Chi-Kuang and Pi-Yun Chang; sisters Amy and Jenny

* Claims to fame: Seen on PBS special on the 1998 Horatio Alger National Scholars Conference; voted class brain


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