Marian Honors 80 for Academic Perfection

Mia Cleary

Sr. Kathleen Anne Tait gives and Academic Excellence Award to Mia Cleary. Eighty students received awards for achieving a GPA of 4.0 or better for at least two consecutive semesters. (PHOTO SUPPLIED)

Chicago Heights, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Marian Catholic honored 80 seniors, juniors and sophomores on April 23 for achieving a 4.0 grade-point average in a minimum of two consecutive semesters at Marian Catholic. The recognition included breakfast for the following:

Seniors: Jessica Alston, Tim Blewitt, Christopher Bozzetti, Emily Cannata, Courtney Cooper, Alexandra Corbett, Amanda Coughlin, Sean Daley, Rajelin Escondo, Melanie Hall, Brian Iggins, Tracey Johnson, Martha Juarez, Lana Larcher, Tiffany Lewis, Ryan Merriman, Dominic Ortigara, Timothy Stanis, Justin Thirstrup, Alex Tolish, Elizabeth Tortorello, Michael Tuttle, Alexandra Udchitz and Joanna Wojnar.

Joan Furjanic and Sr. Kathleen Anne

Marian Catholic High School Principal Sr. Kathleen Anne Tait gives and Academic Excellence Award to Joan Furjanic. (PHOTO SUPPLIED)

Juniors: Daniel Anderson, Teresa Banks, Ryann Bardwell, Christina Brow, Laura DiLuia, Roseann Drosos, Mario Earnest, Joan Furjanic, Matthew Goedke, Bryan Golubski, Olivia Jackson, Neal Jacobsma, Ashley Kirner, Daniel Klipper, Dana Kuehr, Jonathan Lamano, Kelly Liesse, Casey Lilek, Melinda Markert, Teronse Miller, Enyinnaya Okebugwu, Erin O’Shea, Jessica Peterson, Katie Pietraszak, Angela Quatrini, Julie Rzesutko, Daniel Schramm, Noeli Serna and Christopher Skurka.

Sophomores: Margaret Andres, Haley Boblink, Megan Burke, Jonathon Caffarelli, Katelyn Campbell, Mia Cleary, Aaron Cook, Ronald Dymerski, Jr., Daniel Eckel, Jillian Fata, Michelle Hroma, Stephen Hudson, James Jackson, Kimberly Karlin, Samuel Kirschenheiter, Evan Kordys, Jamie Laski, Keegan Marz, Justine Meyer, Anne O’Shea, Jaime Patriarca, Jessica Siegert, Thomas Sullivan, Jennifer Szotek, Jori Walan, Katherine Watson and Sean Woods.

Morgan Jefferson

Marian Catholic High School Student Council President Morgan Jefferson (Richton Park) addresses the crowd Tuesday night during Honor Society Inductions in the Croarkin Theatre. (PHOTO SUPPLIED)

 Nation Honor Society Inductions

Marian Catholic also held inductions to the National Honor Society Tuesday night. 111 students were inducted.  In addition, students were also inducted into the French, Spanish and Lating National Honor Societies.

“This is an honor the school bestows on those students who have met requirements in the areas of leadership, character, service and scholarship.  These are the four pillars of NHS membership.  [Students] qualify on the basis of their GPA.  Of those four, service is probably the one that is a very important component,” says Tom Golden, moderator of the National Honor Society at Marian Catholic.