Kishwaukee College announces the 2018 Academic Achievement Scholarship recipients. Scholarships are awarded to 2018 in-district high school graduates who meet GPA requirements.
New in 2018, there are two tiers: President’s Scholar and College Scholar. The President’s Scholar is a $1000 scholarship per semester for four semesters and is available to high school graduates with a 3.75 or higher GPA.
The College Scholar, a pilot scholarship for the 2018/2019 Academic Year, is a $500 scholarship per semester for two semesters and is available to high school graduates with a 3.25-3.74 GPA.
The recipients of the 2018 Kishwaukee College Academic Achievement Scholarships are:
DeKalb High School – Jackson Marbutt, Inamur Rab, Melissa Stone
Genoa-Kingston High School – Kelley Creadon, Benjamin Heinisch
Hiawatha High School – Kayla Taft
Homeschool – Noah Smith
Indian Creek High School – Topanga McCoy, Austin Suddeth
Oregon High School – Jared Pottorff
Paw Paw High School – Joshua Mateja, Josef McKee
Rochelle Township High School – Morgan Baker, Callianne Isley, Justin Julian, Bibiana Milan, Mallory Ponto, Miranda Stryker, Angela Zamarron
Sycamore High School – Riley Baert, Celia Carpenter, Emily Enriquez, Morgan Olson, Kaylee Smith
Cornerstone Christian Academy – Christiana High, Kayla Puentes
DeKalb High School – Madi Bicksler, Callie Borden, Taylor Dunaway, Dennysha Kizer, Maxwell Lange, Joselyn Marquez, Avery Mertz, Alejandra Moore, Miriam Nunez, Dulce Resendiz, Emma Rourke, Tyler Rouw, Alexander Wisdom
Genoa-Kingston High School – Hannah Harjung, Tyler Heinisch, Celia Huerta, Nathan Shannon, Zachary Uecker
Hiawatha High School – Jack Sunderlage
Indian Creek High School – Emily Rowland, Katelyn Schilling
Oregon High School – Addison Kitzmiller
Rochelle Township High School – Alexis Bialas, Lillian Fulgencio, Karly Keilman, Tania Sanchez
Sycamore High School – Teagan Cabral, Kerstin Henke, Shayna Schmit
Registration is currently in progress for Fall 2018. For more information on enrollment and registration, contact Student Services at 815-825-9375 or visit www.kish.edu.