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Lemont High School students earn honors from Prairie State Achievement Exam

Published: Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013 9:00 a.m. CST

LEMONT – Eighteen Lemont High School seniors have been designated as Prairie State Scholars and 55 were awarded “Beat the Spread” honors for their work on April's Prairie State Achievement Exam.

In order to be named a Prairie State Scholar, students must score in the “Exceeds” level on the reading, mathematics and science portions of the test.

The Prairie State Scholars are Alexandra Albrecht, Ann Baillie, Jimmy Chakkalakel, Nicholas Ciofalo, Austin Economos, Jarrod Hanson, Lucas Heatherington, Katherine Klein, Andrew Kramer, Zachary Krepps, Erika Kubowitsch, Morgan Micetich, Andrew Miller, Margaret Rogers, Elaine Saucedo, Kevin Trojak, Anna Zechel and Joseph Ziebell.

“Beat the Spread” recognizes students who achieved a better than anticipated score on the ACT portion of the exam, compared to their results on the PLAN test they took as sophomores.

“Beat the Spread” honorees include Sara Andreas, Michelle Awad, Abigail Baffoe, Atri Bathani, Nicholas Brown, Kelsey Cetnarowksi, Juan Dasco, John Dement, Daniel Dowiarz, Emily Durham, Elizabeth Forzley, Taylor Gabouer, Matthew Gagen, Matthew Grzeda, Wayne Hardy, Lucas Heatherington, Connor Holzner, John Hopkins, Katherine Klein, Chase Kobilca, Kyle Kozlowski, Zachary Krepps, Luke Krisciunas, Erika Kubowitsch, Troy Kucharski, Ingrid Lejins, Kevin Lindgren, Bridget Lynn, Lauriel Machowski-Lucka, Peter Marzano, Morgan Micetich, Alyssa Minnicino, Michael Mlady, Marissa Moleterno, Matthew Monaco, Christian Moy, Katherine O’Connor, Austin Parduhn, Rebecca Peraino, Alexander Pesole, Zofia Remiasz, Margaret Rogers, Marek Sandrzyk, Steven Schwartz, Christopher Serpe, Charles Stahurski, Adam Strube, Dakota Styles, Jake Terrazas, Bethany Timm, Periklis Tounas, Kevin Trojak, Robert Turza, David Tuscher and Frank Vrchota.

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