Whiz Kids: More Than 80 Wheaton Natives Make Benet Honor Roll

Congratulations to the following Benet Academy students from Wheaton.

More than 80 Benet Academy students from Wheaton made the fall semester honor roll. First Honors are given to students whose academic average falls between 92-100 and Second Honors for those students between 85-91.

Congratulations to the following students:

First Honors

Seniors: Gregory Arend, Stephanie Blagaich, Lauren Cziesla, Connor Doyle, Madeline Girard, Austin Lantero, Kristin Lillie, Grace Nelson, Frances Roskam, Hope Rubenacker, Jessica Smetana, Kevin Weithers

Juniors: Conor Flynn, Colleen Hickey, James Hickey, Lucas Masse, Erin McHugh, Joseph Moran, Courtney Oei, Vincent Stephen Reiling, Michael Robinson, Katherine Valadka

Sophomores: Katherine Baumann, Kathryn Grunenwald, Edward Healy, Nicholas McTarnaghan, Molly Moran, Robert Smith, Stephen Spittler, Annalisa Tarizzo, Daniel Weithers

Freshmen: Hayley Flynn, Fiona Girard, Connor Hickey, Elizabeth Koenig, Grant Kozeny, Nathaniel Kranjc, Liam Masse, Kathleen Marie Reiling

Second Honors 

Seniors: Quinn Armstrong, Margaret Boyle, James Giblin, Jack Haines, Jenna Jendryk, Alicia Kranjc, Jaehong Lee, Alexa Liber, Kathryn Liber, Alexandra Maglio, Evan Maher, Michael Marut, Angelina Mazza, Christopher Stiegal

Juniors: Alissa Ahlemeyer, Kevin Jendra, Lauren Marinko, Michael Perry, Tara Povalish, Stephen Roskam, Nora Sadauskas, Moira Terna, Nikita Thomas

Sophomores: Kyle Brintnall, Matthew Burke, Matthew Cackovic, Christopher Cziesla, Margaret Heiberger, Madeline Hughes, Megan Jendra, Stephen Kipp, Kyle Lindeman, Shannon Mills, Noah Read, Alec Roskam, Matthew Shebik, P. Michael Whelan

Freshmen: Christian Bautista, Lauren Black, Andrew Heaton, Maggy Henert, Killeen McHugh, Hannah Nelson, Amanda Stiegal, Philip Suess, Andrew Valadka, Maximilian Zinski


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