Community High School Announces Illinois State Scholars
Community High School District 94 in West Chicago has announced the names of 55 students who have been named as this year's Illinois State Scholars. The Illinois State Scholar Program recognizes Illinois high school students for outstanding academic achievement.
"These students should be extremely proud of their accomplishments," said Larry Matejka, ISAC's executive director. "The Commission congratulates them and wishes them the best in their future endeavors."
Students ranking in the top ten percent of the state's 135,600 high school graduating seniors have been named Illinois State Scholars. Rankings are based on a combination of ACT and/or SAT test scores and class rank at the end of the sixth semester in high school. While the program does not provide a monetary award, the designation as an Illinois State Scholar can be listed on applications for college admission and scholarships.
"We are very proud of our Illinois State Scholars," said CHS Principal John Highland. "This is a significant accomplishment for them."
The honored students include:
Jason Adams, Patrick Baur, Leann Bertram, Emily Biancalana, Nicholas Chillemi, Heather Cirone, Charlie Cloutier, Heather Coakley, Jeffrey Cordina,Luke Dean, Rebecca Dennis, Michael Doll, Sandra Edlund, Carrie Gallimore, Christopher Gauldin, Katherine Gehrke, Sarah Hammer, Joshua Hartman,Christine Hendron, Justin Hoshaw, Christopher Jakubik, Lauren Kirby, Katy Kostal, Jessica Krueger, Susan Lincoln, Jesse Lord, Melissa Lund, Paul Majchrowski, Colleen Mathias, Ashley Mazzola, Theresa McEvoy, Ashlee McLeod, Karen Miller, Amanda Morrison, Lauren Mroz, Erich Musick, Brian Nelson, Michael Paschke, Ruchita Patel, Lindsay Paulsen, Kimberley Peterik, Michael Peters, Brian Romanelli, James Rylowicz, Nicole Schar, Brian Steere, Melissa Stevens, Kathryn Walker, Kristina Wanous, Sean Warren, Margaret Wdowiarz, John Weier, Lindsey Wonsowski, Craig Wostratzky, Jody Yednock.