Warren Student Named Illinois State Scholar

The State Scholar Program publicly and personally identifies graduating high school seniors who possess superior academic potential. Students from nearly every high school in Illinois compete in the program. State Scholars can be found on the campuses of nearly 200 public and private institutions of higher education in Illinois. The combination of students’ exemplary college entrance examination scores and record high school achievement indicate an especially high potential for success in college. To be named an Illinois State Scholar is an outstanding accomplishment that will be a highlight of the recipient’s academic record.

The Illinois State Scholar program is awarded to high school seniors based on ACT or SAT test scores and the sixth semester* class size and unweighted class rank and Grade Point Average (GPA).While the accolade does not have a monetary value, being designated a State Scholar is a prestigious honor. This year, more than 17,340 honorees join the other outstanding students who have been honored since the designation was first introduced in 1958.

Congratulations to Andrew Stingley on being named a 2022-23 State Scholar.

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