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    From left, Susan Lumley, principal of the Academy for the Technology and the Classics, poses with ATC student Charlie Fox and U.S. history teacher John Seyfried after Fox received his Super Scholar award Tuesday at Bishop’s Lodge. Luis Sanchez Saturno/The New Mexican

Posted: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 11:00 pm | Updated: 11:22 am, Wed May 14, 2014.

One spoke of becoming either a neurosurgeon, an international peacemaker or a musician. Another plans to be a pilot. A third wants to be a marine biologist. One said his main goal is to grow a beard. The colleges they plan to attend include Princeton, Amherst, the University of California and The University of New Mexico.

And most of the 61 seniors recognized as Super Scholars on Tuesdsay during an awards dinner and ceremony held at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa are going to college. They come from 11 different high schools, both private and public, within the city.

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