JTHS Recognizes Illinois State Scholars from the graduating class of 2017
December 13, 2016 02:12 PM
Joliet Township High School District 204 is pleased to announce that 71 Joliet Township School District students from the graduating class of 2017 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars by the The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC). The State Scholar program recognizes Illinois high school students for outstanding academic achievement.
The following students were recognized from Joliet Central High School: Haylie Aeschliman, Angel Bautista, Garrett Beck, Deana Benavides, Derek Bernhard, Gabriela Carrera, Cesar Escutia, Cynthia Esquivel, Vanessa Flores, Andrew Gabl, Moises Garcia, Benjamin Hallihan, Corissa Hansen, Damarkco Jackson Jr., James Joiner, Jason Kollross, Jessy Marasco, Logan Maske, Melissa Meline, Jaymie Minarich, Jonathan Ortiz, Brennan Schultz, Aubree Smith, Alexis Sutherin, Diamond Treuba, Lesley Ulloa Aldape, Pablo Vargas, and Haley Zobel.
The following students were recognized from Joliet West High School: Christopher Bedore, Jonathan Berry, Jada Brand, Erin Chapman, Anthony Conde, Lizbeth Cortez, Grace Crumbaugh, Madison Dahl, Evan Duda, Kai Dzurny, Justize Gottman, Sarah Gusewelle, Ailyn Gutierrez, Morgan Hester, Jesse Hoffmeyer, Abigail Horan, Richard Hughes, Taylor Jellogg, Jana Kijowski, Abigail Klima, Samantha Mallaney, Bailey Mattas, Grace Meagher, Jocelyn Mercado, Marissa Mueller, Austin O’Malley, Amanda Paez, Hannah Perruquet, Kiley Robb, Franco Rota, Joshua Ruhaak, Jeremy Sikes, Andrew Smith, Timothy Spesia, Elizabeth Tuch, Eric Tucker, Trey Viramontes, Lauren Widlowski, Jonathon Yanello, Michael Yanes, Cameron Zeleny, and Tess Zolp.
Students ranking in the top 10 percent of the state’s graduating high school seniors have been named State Scholars. Selection is based on ACT and/or SAT test score results and/or students’ individual class rank at the end of the junior year of high school. While the program does not provide a monetary award, the designation as a State Scholar can be listed on applications for college admission and scholarships.