Lake Park High School is proud to announce that 75 seniors have been named Illinois State Scholars for the graduating class of 2023. Presented annually by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, this prestigious recognition honors the top 10 percent of high school seniors statewide for their academic performance. SAT and/or ACT standardized test scores and performance-based academic data are key factors in the formula used to determine eligibility.
The Lake Park High School Board of Education, administrators, and staff congratulate the following students for being named Illinois State Scholars for the class of 2023:
Esha Aggarwal, Wahaj Ahmed, Alyza Ally, Connor Ballard, Katelyn Bandovich, Cameron Birk, Alexandria Blankenship, Adam Blaszczyk, Katie Bozek, Emilia Burzawa, Nawaal Butt, Milo Caravello, Samuel Carstens, Rowan Clark, Kaleigh Colucci, Cecilia Cooper, Evan Devalk, Lukas Dislers, Kyle Freeman, Gabrielle Gennuso, Alejandro Hernandez, Noah Hofstetter, Anthony Hugunin, Luke Jacob, Carter Kannon, Caroline Kawczynski, Madison Ketner, Nathan Kot, Julia Kozlowski, Gianna Kubica, Ria Kulkarni, Rachel Livesay, Teagan Locus, Victoria Lysek, Lauren Malone, Elijah Matas, Alexis McNally, Jordyn Miles, Madeline Mintrup, Kasper Mioduszewski, Ivan Mladenov, Isabella Niezgoda, Zachary Nygren, Colin Olinski, Peyton Olinski, Saloni Patel, Gwen Paul, Theodora Petrova, Madison Place, Laasyasri Rangu, Youstina Riad, Daniel Rollins, Yana Rudianyn, Elizabeth Ryan, Kelci Saele, Miranda Sasso, Mia Savage, Alessandro Scalera, Joel Schellinger, Rushil Shah, Cailin Shannon, Kenneth Shelton, Luca Solarz, Connor Spoczynski, Brandon Su, Margaret Thiemann, Jack Tucci, Viktoria Vaicekonis, Carson Vrba, John Walters, Matthew Weirich, Kori Williams, Trey Williams, Izabella Zang, Jake Zegger