27 JCA Students Named Illinois State Scholars

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Joliet Catholic Academy is proud to announce that 27 members of the Class of 2017 have been named Illinois State Scholars. The State Scholar Program recognizes students attending approved high schools  for outstanding academic achievement. State scholar designation provides honorary recognition with no monetary award. Approximately the top ten percent of graduates from approved high schools are announced as State Scholars each year.

To be considered for State Scholar eligibility, you must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
  • Be a resident of Illinois
  • Attend an approved high school
  • Take the ACT or SAT between September 1 and June 30 (by the end of the third semester before high school graduation*)
  • Perform in the top one-half of your high school class at the end of the third semester prior to graduation*, and/or score at or above the 95th percentile on the ACT or SAT
  • Graduate from high school during the academic year in which you were selected as a State Scholar

The following JCA students were named Illinois State Scholars:

Babich, Max
Capalbo, Margaret
Crudo, Lauren
Demos, Alexander
Duffy, John
Ehrsam, Emma
Elias, Joshua
Filotto, Jennifer
Fischer, Meaghan
Greder, Audrey
Greder, Eva
Hines, James
Hofmann, Matthew
Khater, Alexander
Kurtz, Bryce
Laviola, Matthew
Lemke, Joshua
Mueller, Christopher
Quinn, Shannon
Scudder, Danielle
Sherman, Christopher
Smith, Samantha
Surin, Jack
Swanson, Reilly Jo
Testin, Kelly
Weis, Sydnie
Wiborg, Kyle

To view more Illinois State Scholars and to learn more about the program, visit the Illinois Student Assistance Commission’s website at http://www.isac.org/

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