Princeton High School has announced its 15 student recipients for the Illinois State Scholar Award, presented by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission to students for their exceptional academic achievement.
“On behalf of ISAC, congratulations to all Illinois State Scholars for their hard work and commitment in and out of the classroom,” said ISAC CEO Eric Zamikow. “The achievement of these students is an honor for their perseverance, resilience and the support and encouragement of their families’ principals, teachers, mentors, counselors and others who have invested in their growth and success.”
Princeton High School principal Andy Berlinski said he was proud of what the 15 students accomplished.
“Congratulations to all of this year’s recipients from Princeton High School,” Berlinski said. “This designation is an indication of each individual’s scholastic achievement and hard work. This designation is well deserved by each individual.”
Princeton High School Illinois State Scholar Recipients
Katie Bates is the daughter of Joe and Jodi Bates. She plans to take majors in education and continue to play volleyball and possibly softball.
Caden Brooks is the son of Stephanie Reinhardt and Cameron Brooks. He plans to go to McKendree University and will be part of their swimming team.
Jacklynn Cartwright is the daughter of Fred and Margo Cartwright. She plans to go to college and study graphic design, concept art and language.
Maggie Davis is the daughter of Bill and Julie Kuhn. She plans to go to Brescia University and wants to play football.
Keegan Fogarty is the son of Brian Fogarty, Christina Fogarty-Burch and Tom Burch. He plans to go to college to study either aerospace engineering or neurosurgery.
Ethan Hassler is the son of Thomas and Jamie Hassler. He plans to go to college and pursue a creative field like becoming a fiction writer or video game designer.
Mckenzie Hecht is the daughter of Jason and Eileen Hecht. She plans to go to college to study accounting or finance.
Andrea Imsland is the daughter of Ron and Joanne Imsland. She plans to go to Western Michigan University to study theater.
Rachel Kirkpatrick is the daughter of Doug Kirkpatrick. She plans to attend IVCC before moving to a four-year college to study film.
Nolan Mallery is the son of Richard Mallery and Sandra Mallery-Davis. He plans to go to medical school.
Hannah Muehlschlegel is the daughter of Jim and Dawn Muehlschlegel. She plans to go to a four-year university to study a youth education.
Madison Richards is the daughter of Robert and Kelly Richards. She plans to go to Eureka College to play volleyball and study criminal law and sociology.
Kaia Robbins is the daughter of Doug and Monica Robbins. She plans to go to a four-year college to pursue something in the medical field.
Aubreanna Vogel is the daughter of Mac and Cristin Kruse and Brent Vogel. She plans to go to IVCC to study farm management.
Mark Williams Jr. is the son of Mark and Cheryle Williams. He plans to pursue a degree in astronautical engineering.