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December 17, 2019

St. Francis High School Students Named Illinois State Scholars

St. Francis High School Students Named Illinois State Scholars
 
Wheaton, IL – December 17, 2019
The St. Francis High School community congratulates 40 seniors who have earned Illinois State Scholar distinction and represent nearly a quarter of the Class of 2020.  The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) honors students based on a combination of academic performance at the high school level, and scores on either the ACT or SAT tests as of June 2019.  In addition, students who score an ACT of 30 or higher, or the SAT equivalent, through June of junior year, are automatically recognized. 
“We are proud of these students for their hard work, dedication and accomplishments,” said Principal, Raeann Huhn. “St. Francis High School is an excellent college preparatory school where all students have the opportunity to succeed.” 
 
This year’s recipients from St. Francis High School include:
 
Aurora:  Olivia Callahan, Marnie Kopec
Bartlett:  Nicholas Atkins, Emily Dziengel, Rebecca Goetzke, Frank Marsico, Ava Matz, Alexander Modugno, Catherine Modugno, Adrianna Rotondi
Batavia:  Ava Carlson, Lindsay Olson, Adam Tollios
Carol Stream:  Shannon Cooney
Glen Ellyn:  Chloe Cushing, Michael Cushing, Gretta Gfesser, Connor Schmidt
Lisle: Daniel Weizeorick
Lombard:  Elena Castaneda, Elizabeth Grivetti, Caitlin Yarusso
Montgomery:  Joshua Winslow
Naperville:  Katherine Walsh, Darlene Zediker
Roselle:  Samantha Shah
St. Charles:  Catherine Rudge, Emma Sidari
Wayne:  Vincenzo Rendina
West Chicago:  Nicholas Izban, Megan Kruse, Alexander Kubik, Victoria Lambert
Wheaton:  William Brundage, Natalie Ingold, Andrew Jensen, Anna Makauskas, Annemarie Novack
Winfield:  Emily England, Dominic Imbrogno

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Media Contact:
Megan Jamen
Communications Manager
St. Francis High School
630-668-5800 x1144
mjamen@sfhscollegeprep.org
 
ABOUT ST. FRANCIS:  St. Francis High School is a Catholic, college preparatory learning community that promotes spiritual, academic, physical, and social development in the daily presence of Jesus Christ.