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JTHS Honors 2014 Summa Cum Laude Graduates

Published: Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014 9:28 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 6:18 p.m. CDT
Joliet West High School students
Joliet Central High School students

JOLIET – On May 30, the following Joliet Township High School congratulates the following seniors graduated Summa Cum Laude on May 30, 2014.  Senior students who obtained this status earned a cumulative 4.00 grade point average or higher after seven semesters.

Joliet West High School: Franchesca Alejo, Rafael Alejo, Orkidea Bajram, Yareli Cano, Skylar Chism, Mackenzie DeGraaf, Anthony DiNardo, Dylan Eigenheer, Monika Evdokimova, Deanna Farris, Angelica Garcia Requena, Stevie Guzman-Alipio, Brendan Haas, Madison Hester, Caitlyn Hinkle, Alexander Klouda, Natalie Konrath, Corey Kopchak, Samantha Kowalczyk, Julia Liceaga, Karen Marcus, Greta McGuire, Melanie Morrissette, Rachael Nevsimal, Jamie Nies, Charles Njoroge, Alex Paramo, Carlos Salas, Brae Salazar, Martin Sandoval, Sarah Schalk, Kamie Schladenhauffen, Nicholas Schmitz, Laura Schultz, Taylor Vabales, Matthew Verive and Chloe Wallace. Not Pictured: Dominique Archambeau, Amber Garcia, Matthew Macfarlane, Shealynn Pierce, and Andrew Thongsavath.             

Joliet Central High School: Shannon Anderson, Drake Bernhard, Miranda Bradberry, Alexis Conley, Yesenia Craig, Sofia Escutia, Jacqueline Fiday, Kelsey Frain, Heidi Gerstenkorn, Ruth Holmes, Emily Hoyland, Jeremy Kollross, Brittney Lange, Haylie Lohmar, Daniel Martinez, Prenecia Mitchell, Cristal Munguia, Christopher Norwood, Austin Pennebaker, Adilene Reyes, Jose Sanchez, Jailen Smith, Michael Ward, and Jessica Weiss. Not Pictured: Jacob Plevell

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