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2008-09-11 21:00:18

FRESNO, Calif. Stan Carrizosa woke up Tuesday morning to a glitzy new world as a celebrity. The 17-year-old student was greeted at his school, El Diamante High in Visalia, Calif., with a big sign with just one word: Congratulations! Then, he went to his first class, chamber choir, where the marker board had three words: We love you! Thats what happened after Stan won the ABC reality show High School Musical: Get in the Picture on Monday night. It was crazy at school, he says. I was...

2008-07-25 12:00:54

By JENNIFER SANTOS QUINCY It's not too often that someone would purposely choose to miss the senior prom or high school graduation - unless, of course, he was following his dream. Anthony Acito, 17, a member of the Quincy High School Class of 2008, did just that. This spring, ABC-TV surprised Acito before 1,500 students during a pep rally,where he was the master of ceremonies. A network representative announced that Acito would be on the new reality series "High School Musical: Get in...

2008-07-23 03:00:41

By Tenley Woodman, Boston Herald Jul. 23--Zac Efron could have some competition. Quincy's Anthony Acito, 17, a veteran of real-life high school musicals, is one of 12 finalists on ABC's "High School Musical: Get in the Picture" and in the running to win a spot in the upcoming theatrical release "High School Musical 3: Senior Year." "It's really just about being yourself. If you were looking for that role, I don't fit the description of anyone in that show. You just have to show your true...


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