Lincoln-Way Central High School announced recently with pride its 64 Illinois State Scholars for the 2013 school year.
“We are extremely proud of our students who qualified this year. This is quite an honor. Congratulations to all 64 students. They have worked hard to improve their academic achievement. The top 10% of Illinois High School graduates earn the Illinois State Scholar recognition,” noted Dr. Steve Provis, principal, Lincoln-Way Central.
Eligibility requirements to be named a State Scholar include: be a U.S. citizen; Illinois resident; and the combination of their exemplary college entrance examination scores and their record of high school achievement qualified our students for this recognition, added Provis.
The 64 Lincoln-Way Central Illinois State Scholars are: Richard Adams, Christina Alvarado, Paige Annolino, Paul Barkauski, Alyssa Bass, Natasha Bateman, Stephen Beck, Alexander Blachowicz, Wyatt Blatti, Joseph Carroll, Keziah Cobden, Morgan Commet, Andrea Concaildi, Amanda Dolan, Julia Downs, Michael Dybala, Nicholas Fazzini, Kelly Fleckenstein, Meghan Forrest, Taylor Foytik, Hannah Gorecki, and Brian Goss.
Additional Lincoln-Way Central Illinois State Scholars include: Grace Hilgenbrink, Philip Hoogland, Danijela Jackovich, Lucas Jones, John Kemp, Meghan Killinger, Zachary King, Brian Kinney, Logan Klein, Andrew Linde, Abigail Lyons, Taylor Martin, Matthew Mikolajczak, William Munch, Jeff Neukom, Alena Pacheco, Christopher Paradiso, Amanda Peterson, Joseph Piarowski, Margaret Pluskota, Brandon Reif, and Ashlee Rose.
In addition, Central Illinois State Scholars are: Dru Rozewicki, Taylor Sabatini, Grant Sauter, Matthew Schneider, Autumn Schultz, Alyson Schwab, David Settanni, Katelyn Shellhammer, Ellen Shepherd, Kaitlyn Siadek, Emma Smith, Patrick Speroff, Gabriella Stacy, Zachary Stacy, Madeline Stonis, Madeline Torkelson, Andrew VanderSchaaf, Anna Walsh, Anna Yonkaitis, and Sarah Zalar.
Stacy Holland, community relations director for LWHSD210, contributed this article.
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