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In Mike Sana's Advanced Placement biology class at Waipahu High School, seniors Kristen Labiano, back, Frenzy Mendoza, center, and Kaye Tolentino examine media for cell growth. Advanced Placement class enrollment at the school is nearly two girls to every boy.
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