Through the Foundation, the administrators of District 230 formally recognize one senior at each campus who:
Approaches academics with an open mind and rises to the challenge of the highest standards of excellence.
Represents the very best that their school has to offer through co-curricular involvement and achievement.
Demonstrates leadership in representing their fellow students, their school, and their community.
In appreciation for the work of our students, a recipient from each school is awarded a $2,500 scholarship.
Katherine Watzke - Andrew High School 2022
Katherine has excelled among the Top 10% of Seniors. Academically, she is an Illinois State Scholar, a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society. Civically, she is dedicated to making her community and world a better place as a Peer Mentor and a member of the Green Team. Athletically, she has been a member of soccer, basketball, and tennis teams. Katherine was named 2019 Offensive Player of the Year for soccer. The future is extremely bright for her as she attends University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to study Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Hanadie Tulemat - Stagg High School 2022
As Senior Class President, Hanadie shows leadership through participation. She was a member of the Principal and Superintendent Advisory Committee, School Climate Committee, Founder and President of “I AM HERE” Club, and Vice-President of Key Club. She represented our student body as a member of the National Youth Advisory Board for the Sandy Hook Promise. The list continues - Powerlifting, Basketball, Student Ambassadors, Relay for Life, Social Action Club, and Girls who Code. “Well-rounded” would be an understatement. Hanadie is a first generation college student at Loyola University, Chicago.
Anjola Oluwa Ogedengbe - Sandburg High School 2022
Anjola has been a leader in the Sandburg community for all four years. Academically, Anjola excels in the classroom and is among the top 2% of the senior class. He has been named an AP Scholar of Distinction having passed 7 AP exams before his senior year. He was elected Senior Class President and had been an integral part of the Black Student Union. He channeled the experience and passion for community service he attained from his years in Interact Club into these organizations. The future is extremely bright for Anjola as he attends the Massachusetts Institute of Technology next year.