by DeLaSalle | | Headlines

DeLaSalle High School congratulates 44 members of its graduating Class of 2017 who have achieved the honor of “Distinguished Scholar.”  These 44 students have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 or better through the first semester of their senior year.  (With accelerated grade point values for Honors and Advanced Placement courses, the range of grade point averages is as high as 4.34.)

With the vast majority of incoming ninth graders having been highly successful middle school students and continuing that level of success in high school, and with 97-99 percent of each graduating class matriculating to college each year, DeLaSalle has not ranked its students by grade point average since 2000-01. Therefore, the Distinguished Scholar recognition is the most significant academic recognition for a graduating student, based on grade point average.

  • Kate Arms
  • Miller Balley
  • Emma Bartley-Dier
  • Johanna Bergh
  • Kylee Bohrer
  • Jack Borman
  • Sophie Braga
  • Olivia Brimacomb
  • Jacques Charboneau
  • Joey Dahl
  • Euphrosyne Daoutidou
  • Valerie Darger
  • Maddie Duffy
  • Kate Engel
  • Elena Extrand
  • Madeline Froelich
  • Cassidy Geddes
  • Isabel Gese
  • Emma Kane
  • Zoe Kondes
  • Maggie Laumakis
  • Noah Laurey
  • Sophia Lenzmeier
  • Joe Lindemann
  • Elsa Lundin
  • Natalie Maxam
  • Nick Moeller
  • Maggie Morin
  • Greta Nelson
  • Jake Nelson
  • Annie Organ
  • Madeleine Phelan
  • Jada Richard
  • Colette Sarver
  • Seeley Schaefer
  • Sam Swanson
  • Emma Uecker
  • Bram Valure
  • Ricardo Vaquero-Santos
  • Maggy Waddington
  • Hannah Walker
  • Lillie Walstrom
  • Kenneth Williams
  • Katie Wojda