Rep. Porter to View Financial Aid Issues

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Rep. Porter to View Financial Aid Issues


U.S. Rep. John Porter will discuss financial aid issues at Stevenson High School College Resource Center's February open house.

"A Conversation with Congressman Porter" will take place at 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8 in the Green-Gold Resource Center, adjacent to the College Resource Center, 1 Stevenson Drive, Lincolnshire.

For information, call the College Resource Center at 634-4000, extension 308.

AP honors

The following Stevenson High School students recently earned Advanced Placement honors from the College Board.

The students were honored for their scores on 1995 AP exams.

Students who were named AP National Scholars achieved grades of three or higher on a scale of 0 to 5 on at least eight exams and earned an average AP exam grade of at least 4.0.

Class of 1995 graduates who earned the honor are: Katherine Breslow, Kiran Devisetty, Daniel Eisenberg, Rajiv Gandhi, Anna Golod, Vidooshi Gupta, Scott Heinrich, Alison Kehoe, Rachael LoBosco, Katherine Varshavsky and Ying Zhou.

AP Scholar with Distinction honor is awarded to students who achieve grades of 3 or higher on at least five AP exams, and whose average AP grade of at least 3.5. The following students received this distinction.

Seniors: Joseph Arns, Matthew Hoffman, Jordan Moore, Neal Parikh, Irene So and Eric West.

Class of 1995: Rami Bardenstein, Julie Belson, Amy Berlin, Katherine Breslow, Kevin Bryan, Brian Cohen, Kiran Devisetty, Christine Drollinger, Brian Einhorn, Daniel Eisenberg, Elaina Eusey, Alexander Fishkin, Lisa Fitzgerald, Julie Friedman, Jay Futterman, Rajiv Gandhi, Marc Gibbert, David Goldberg, Anna Golod, Matthew Gubiotti, Vidooshi Gupta, Scott Heinrich, Amanda Jackson, Elisabeth Job, Shilpa Joglekar, Jenny Jung, Russell Kane, Caroline Kaufmann, Alison Kehoe, Steven Koch, Alexander Litovsky, Rachael LoBosco, Nicole Martorano, Minauti Mehta, Apurva Narechania, Michael Nuara, Jason Pasternak, Jonathan Radosta, Stormy Scott, Laura Spires, Catherine Stoia, Katherine Varshavsky, Jeremy Wienckowski, Thomas Young and Ying Zhou.

Students who received the AP Scholar with Honors distinction achieved grades of 3 or higher on at least four AP exams and earned an average AP score of at least 3.25. They are:

Seniors: Holby Abern, Sandra Barman, Jeffrey Byun, Sharon Chung, Aaron Chusid, Eunice Han, Mark Hill, Susanne LeBlanc, David Lewin, Scott Mathias, Jeffrey Mayerson, Vernon Nicolas, Deepa Parvathaneni, Romil Patel, Anna Perkins, David Piell, Mimosa Roy, Kenneth Schultz, Shweta Taswala, Wendy Vandekerckhove, Olivia Yang and Jodi Zuckerman.

Junior: Steven Bogaerts.

Class of 1995: Benjamin Cohen, Larissa Fontaine, Mark Greenberg, Jason Kim, Michelle Kitsberg, Joel Kochanski, Caryn Lieberfeld, Douglas Lindberg, Robert Liszka, Katherine Litwin, Mauricio Marban, Holly Nesbeitt, Justin Newman, Jason Segal, Jennifer Sorkin, Benjamin Sturtz, Darryl Suskin, Lukasz Swistun and Susan Yaukey.

AP Scholar distinction was awarded to students who achieve grades of 3 or higher on at least three AP exams. They are:

Seniors: Gregory Andrulis, Richard Axelrad, Stephanie Bardo, Brad Bartlett, Emily Benedict, John Breen, Christina Butcher, Katie Fairbank, Suman Grandhi, Rachel Greenberg, Rajan Gupta, Jeanne Han, Jeremy Kowalczyk, Alison Levin, Stephan Mita, Suzanne Nelson, Jennifer Nugent, Alexander Ogilvie, Katherine Potter, Joshua Rolph, Maria Rosselson, Shana Shifrin, Edward Starr and Evan Tanaka. …

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