Lake Zurich Area Students Earn Academic Honors at Purdue
Students from Lake Zurich, Hawthorn Woods, Kildeer and Long Grove on Purdue University honors list.
The following local students have earned academic honors at Purdue University for the spring 2012 semester:
Barbara Jean Ginali, of Lake Zurich
Christopher Jonas, of Long Grove
Malgorzata Londa, of Lake Zurich
Kristine Lee Methling, of Lake Zurich
Robert Pecho, of Lake Zurich
Amy Slott, of Long Grove
Courtney Wasson, of Long Grove
Scott Harbeck, of Lake Zurich
Joshua Jackson, of Hawthorn Woods
Samantha Blackmore, of Lake Zurich
Ryan Martin, of Lake Zurich
Robert Eddleman, of Lake Zurich
Brooke Wilke, of Lake Zurich
Schuyler Davis, of Lake Zurich
Audrey Smith, of Lake Zurich
Megan Frew, of Lake Zurich
Stephanie Beadle, of Long Grove
Paige Rafferty, of Long Grove
Kiley Olker, of Long Grove
Farral Hughes, of Hawthorn Woods
Jack Pitzo, of Hawthorn Woods
Matthew Porter, of Kildeer
Emily Trittschuh, of Lake Zurich
Emaly Piecuch, of Lake Zurich
Justin Bellito, of Lake Zurich
To earn honors, students must have had at least a 3.5 semester or cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
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