Mundelein High School Principal Anthony Kroll has announced that 52 students from the MHS graduating class of 2022 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars.
The 52 MHS students who have earned the designation of Illinois State Scholar are: Aaron Anastos; Marco Anselmi; Giorgi Bazgadze; McKenzie Begg; Allison Binz; Anthony Bishop; Ryan Brunette; John Chambers; Ashley Cline; Tori Collins, Nirali Dhote; Monique Dirzo; Madelyn Forster; Ethan Franzen; Isaac Fuksman; Lauren Geary; Jessica Hebior; Elaina Kasamis; Jessica Lake; Dean Lang; Remy Loerakker; Meghan Matthys; Ryan McElligott; Nathan Miller; Brenda Mondragon; Meghan Morey; Emily Navarrete; Ethan Nelsen; Heather Nensel; Shane O’Malley; Morya Odak; Lauren Oliver; Daniel Pacella; Jonathan Patel; Kajal Patel; Ellie Rebellon; Tessa Richards; Bianca Rico; Megan Rinzel; Neida Rivas; Wesley Robertson; Nicholas Rodriguez; Margaret Russ; Addison Salski; Marisa Spada; Tyler Thomas; Nicholas Tse; Eli Walter; Madison Werner; Natalie Wiersema; Eli Yaffe; and Peter Zakariya.
“We’re extremely proud of these students for being recognized as Illinois State Scholars and wish them well in their preparations for the next phase of their lives,” Kroll said.
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), the state’s college access and financial aid agency, presents this important recognition of academic achievement to exceptional Illinois high school students annually. This year, more than 17,340 honorees were named this year.
The Mundelein High School College and Career Resource Center [CCRC] under the direction of College Counselor Andrea Rusk, provides a number of services for college-bound services throughout the year including College Night, Financial Aid presentations, Scholarship assistance, FAFSA Workshop and many more to assist students in their transition from high school to post-secondary education. In addition, ISAC offers free financial aid and college access events to assist students and families with the college-going process.