Where did Christina Aguilar attend school?
She graduated from North Allegheny High School in Wexford, Pennsylvania.
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Christa McAuliffe graduated from Marian High School in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1970; she then pursued her college education at Framingham State College, from which she graduated in 1970. She also completed a Master's Degree at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland in 1978.
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes she did. Just like all of us. But she was teased about her singing. I go to her old schools. She went to North Alleganey high school, Marshall Middle School and Marshall Elemtey school. All of the students watched an old tape of her the other da of her singing in the ta…lent show! it is so cool to see a star that went to my school! ( Full Answer )
she went to marshall middle school i have some of the teachers she had in middle school like her spanish teacher and this January i will be sing beautiful by her at our school talent show like she did when she was in six grade but not that song and she went to the same elementary school as me mes al…so know as marshall elementary school ( Full Answer )
Nick , Joe , and Kevin all went to Eastern Christian Elementary/Middle/High School in North Haledon , NJ.
Albert Einstein first began Luitpold Gymnasium, he continued his education at the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich.
It is very difficult to answer this question, but your worry is understandable. Look at the table of Top Universities for obstetrics and this may held. Depending on the university choice will depend on how quick you are accepted for work, no matter how great your GCSEs and A-Level grades were.
Legendary baseball hall of fame inductee, Ralph Kiner, attendedAlhambra High School. He did not attend a secondary school orcollege.
Minnie Evans only attended school until the sixth grade. The nameof the school is not known. She was an African-American folkartist.
Walt Disney never went to college. Walt attended McKinley High School in Chicago. At night he attended the Academy of Fine Arts, to better his drawing abilities.
Anders Celsius studied at Uppsala University where his father wasteaching. Anders Celsius is best known for his proposal of theCelsius scale.
According to many historians, Crispus Attucks was born a slave in1723. As he would have been a slave throughout his childhood, hewould not have attended school. He spent much of his life workingat sea on whaling ships. He is widely recognized as the firstAmerican casualty of the Boston Massacre, and… he is accepted as oneof the first, if not the first, casualties of the AmericanRevolution itself. ( Full Answer )
He attended Gardner Street Elementary School Emerson Jr. HighSchool, and Montclair Prep high school, he and his brothers alsohad a private tutor with them when they were travelling.
it depends. some slaves had to read or write to go to the underground railroad. so maybe they can go to school. there might be a little private school or they mom might teach them. i my opinion no they did not go to school in general but yes they did go to a school that was a secret.
Walt Disney attended Benton Grammar School in Kansas City, MO from 1911 to 1917. That year his family moved to Chicago, IL where Walt began his freshman year at McKinley High School.
\nNorth Allegheny High School in Wexford, Pennsylvania haha i no this cuz my teacher went there and was tellin us how she was promiscuous and a little wierd, cuz she was on the cheerleading team with her.\n. \nyour welcome
Not necessarily, it depends on the country you want to study medicine in or the ype of medical program at the university.
actually - from attending north allegheny at the same time I can tell you she wasn't "bullied", I know some of the people that were in her class and she was not very nice and frequently acted like a diva, unhappy she wasn't getting "special treatment" . also she claimed in the past that she came to… sing at our high school prom and was "booed" off the stage - in fact, she did not attend north allegheny's prom ever, therefore did not sing at it. ( Full Answer )
Who is they? Where did they live? Too many questions too many people in the world to narrow it down to one they. Therefore I dont know if someone was trrying to see the answers that would come up in this world. You cant answer this question unless you know who THEY was and where THEY lived!
i think so it is easier to get up in the morning if u know what i mean ( you dont have to spend an our picking out an outfit to wear to school the next day) and they some times have short skirts
my whole family are very close to pixie (victoria) we meet up with her alot, she went to school with me and my brother, we all went to St Nicholas aka Chislehurst CofE primary school , pixie never really got bullied, yes she got occasionly made fun of for her height but don't we all?! Whe…n sshe left she went to Italia Conti first in chislehurst where we both lived and then as she progressed she started to get the train to london. There she was spotted and produced a hit She is still the same to us but world wide known as pixie xx ( Full Answer )
She attended Marshall Middle School near Wexford and North Allegheny Intermediate High School until she was later home schooled.
She went to Princeton University for her undergraduate degree, and then graduated from Harvard Law School.
He went to the Hancock and Francestown Academies and Bowdoin College where he graduated. He then studied privately under lawyers until he passed the bar exam.
After finishing high school, Shabazz initially attended Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. Two years following, she transferred to a nursing school in New York called Brooklyn State Hospital.
Robinson graduated from Washington Junior High School and enrolled at John Muir High School. After Muir, Robinson attended Pasadena Junior College. After graduating from PJC in spring 1939, Robinson transferred to UCLA. (Wikipedia) . For the source and more detailed information concerning your requ…est, click under the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section. ( Full Answer )
Dr. Seuss attended high school at Springfield Central High School. He then went on to attend college at Dartmouth College and Oxford.
Halle attended Heskett Middle School and Bedford High School and Cuyahoga Community College. Not much is known of her Elementary school.
Ancient Rome did not have a formal system of education. Children of humble background went to school until the age of 10-11. Teachers set up their own classes for a fee. They held the classes where they could, including in the back of shops, separated from the rest of the shop by just a curtain, and… in the street. Elementary classes were run by a teacher called litterator. Children learnt to read and write and basic maths. Children of people who could afford it went to better classes and continued on to the classes run by the grammaticus from the age of 9 to 12 until the age of 14-15. They improved their writing, learnt oration, expressive poetic reading and poetic analysis. Pupils were expected to have some knowledge of spoken and written Greek and classes were bilingual. A small number of children went on to study with the rhetor. They studied rhetoric. If you wanted to study further, you went to Greece to study philosophy. ( Full Answer )
Clementine Hunter attended first grade for part of a year. When she was grown, she attended a few classes for adults, but she did not continue. She never learned to read or write. When she signed her paintings she put a C-H, since she could not even write her name. Her first language was Creole Fren…ch, but she learned to speak English after she was grown. Art Shiver, editor of CLEMENTINE HUTNER: THE AFRICAN HOUSE MURALS and currently working on CLEMENTINE HUNTER: CANE RIVER ARTIST, a biography that will be published by LSU Press in 2012. ( Full Answer )
she went to winterburn elementary and junior high in Edmonton Alberta Canada. Her younger sister coral was in 2R, her 4R
Orville Burrell of Kingston, Jamaica is called Shaggy due to hislikeness of the character in Scooby Doo. Shaggy did not attendcollege but opted to join the United States Marines.
That fact is not disclosed to the public. Only he, his family and friends know. However, his home is in Osaka, a city in the Kansai region of Japan. His high school is probably located there too.
When Eric won the cup in 2006 I remember reading something about he took it to the school he grew up at which was Thunder Bay Christian Academy. Which means they all went there
his elementary school was a french immersion school called jeanne sauve catholic school, then he moved 2 northwestern 4 middle school, then he got a tutor from the school of young performers named jenny 2 teach him on the road.
Missy attended Manor High School that in now called Woodrow Wilson High School on Elmhurst Lane in Portsmouth, VA 23701.
Because if the students are trying to wag school, people who see the student outside of school will then notify the school
Shakespeare did not go to college. He was a high school (they called them grammar schools then) graduate. Some of his fellow playwrights who were University men looked down on him, particularly Greene, who called him an "upstart crow". His grammar school was the grammar school in Stratford.
She said it was pretty tough since lots of her classmates were jealous of her winning the competitions. She said they bullied her and slashed down their tires.
Montel Williams was born on July 3, 1956, in Baltimore, to parents Herman and Marjorie Williams. He has a brother Herman Williams. He attended the Andover High School in Linthicum, Maryland where he was elected president of both his junior and senior classes.
It is called King Edward VI School. It was called, at the time Shakespeare attended it, the King's New School.
if a student attends school then they are there and can do the work and therefore gain knowledge but if they don't attend school the student is not there and they can't learn, and if the student is in year 10,11,12 or even further more then when it comes to the time of the exam the student would not… be able to achieve high marks. ( Full Answer )
Belmont House School in Newton Mearns. Simon attended GlasgowUniversity and Ben and James attended Stow College.
Attendance is important because every day you are learning something. If you miss a day, it puts you behind and you are then one who ends up missing out.
Currently Jordan Doesn't attend a public school , but he does schooling Online , but he still has to do assessments and homework :)
While the question is legitimate, on WA we refrain from posting detailed address (or school name/phone number/cell phone/private e-mail/etc) information. provide detailed information for the minor children featured in TLC's Kate Plus 8. It is WikiAnswers policy not to provide personal contact in…formation for celebrities and noncelebrities alike. ( Full Answer )
Some students don't like going to school because they can't afford the best clothing and are either embarrassed or bullied, uniforms eliminate this problem.
Christina experienced resentment and bullying including an incident in which her peers slashed the tires on her family's car because of her singing talent.
She went to Cherokee High School in Marlton New Jersey. She does not have any further education.
Im not sure what high school, but I think it was Arch bishop ryan. She went to Saint Ephrem School Elementary. She grew up with me.
There are different ways of approaching this. Here are some that come to mind: 1. Make school more interesting and relevant for the students in question. It doesn't mean to change what is taught as much as how it is presented. If the problem is mostly among boys, then find ways to relate things …to survival, sports, activity, and so on. There is an ethnic divide for some students when it comes to education, so you have to find out what they value and latch onto that to get them interested. 2. Increase parental involvement. Of the children who don't attend school, a lot avoid it because their parents don't care. 3. Increase laws and enforcement. If parents can be jailed for not making sure their children are in school, that can increase involvement. 4. For troubled kids, all year schools or alternative schools might be a better option. 5. Reduce bullying and other things that keep kids out of schools. 6. Make schools more interesting by allowing more forms of self-expression and stop with the draconian dress codes. If that increases disruption, then punish the disruptive students, not the ones who are dressed differently. If someone becomes disruptive over how others dress, what they say, or what they do, so long as it isn't directed to them, then they are the ones with the problem. ( Full Answer )