Updated: October 7, 2012 6:03AM
Philip Chmalts of Countryside was named by the Berklee College of Music, Boston Massachusetts, as having earned placement on the dean’s list for the spring semester of the 2012 academic year.
John Olson of Westchester has earned a Bachelor of Arts in English following the spring 2012 semester from The University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
The following students have been named Danforth Scholars at Washington University in St. Louis.
Victoria Cooke of La Grange, has been named a Danforth Scholar at Washington University in St. Louis. Cooke, one of 23 Danforth Scholars this year, will be a freshman at Washington University when the fall semester begins.
The Danforth Scholars Program recognizes incoming students who embrace high ideals and whose life choices are guided by personal integrity, selflessness, a commitment to community, and a dedication to leadership and academic excellence. The program offers full- or partial-tuition scholarships renewable for four years. Tuition for the 2012-2013 academic year is $42,500.
Students took the first step in becoming Boilermakers by participating in the annual STAR program at Purdue University’s West Lafayette, Indiana campus. Summer Transition, Advising and Registration is Purdue’s program for new undergraduate students to receive academic advice and create their initial course schedule. Incoming students select their one-day STAR session to conduct this and other important business. The participants included:
From Burr Ridge: Alexandra Hincks, Nicolas Milovanovic, Katherine Mortell.
From Clarendon Hills: Jake Brosius, Tomas Kratka
From Countryside: Troy Lenz
From Hinsdale: Leah Schmidt, George Rembos, Alexandra Seybold, John Kuzmic, Ryan Cooper
From Indian Head Park: Kelly Wang
From La Grange: Charlotte Hoo, Grant Ellington, Sheila Brogan, Abigail Marrera, Maxwell Maloney
From Western Springs: Caroline Yeager ~.