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The Illinois Student Assistance Commission has recognized 69 students at Homewood-Flossmoor High School as 2020-21 Illinois State Scholars.
Scholars represent approximately the top 10 percent of high school seniors from Illinois’ 726 high schools. They were chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT scores and their sixth semester class rank.
The H-F scholars include:
Nicholas Amuh, Elise Banuelos, Margaret Bauer, Shyanne Bennett, Louis Berman, Kevin Berner, Ella Bohlman, Rebecca Brandt, Elizabeth Bransky, Brianna Bridges, Jaleel Cannon, Kevin Cawley, Ann Chaney, Lawrence Cook, Paul Crecco.
Lilly Donkel, Amber Dowd, Boaz Epperson, Olivia Fortman, Michael Garrity, Jacob Goldberg, Andrew Hansen, Maya Harrell, Taylor Harvey, Steven Hinich, Gloria Ikoh, Makiya Jenkins, Ava Jones, Kennedy Jones.
Duffy Karstrom, Adekemi Kasali, Grace Keigher, Jazmyn Kelley, Nala King, Jonathan Kriarakis, Isaac Latman, Luke Lesimple, Elizabeth Lipscomb, Miles Maltbia, Nathaniel Martinez, Eleanor McBride, Sammari Meeks, Fiorella Michelis, Joshua Miggins.
Kaden Paris, Emily Pearce, Evelyn Perl, Eric Piros, John Pohrte, Mia Pravdic, Haley Rampage, Janellie Roach, Allison Ryan, Haley Sawyer, Mattison Schneider, Jada Seaton, Tai Shonkwiler.
Lia Sidberry, Aria Simpson, Calahan Smith, Phillip Smith, Olivia Streitmatter, Alex Szczender, Javon Thomas, Anna Thompson, Jurni Tollerson, Margaret Voelker, Jack Williams, David Winicky.
While the Illinois State Scholar recognition does not include a monetary prize, honorees will receive a congratulatory letter from ISAC and a personalized certificate of achievement.