Wichita State names 77 high school seniors as Dean’s Scholars

02/07/2013 1:56 PM

02/07/2013 1:56 PM

Seventy-seven high school seniors from across the Wichita metropolitan area have been named Dean’s Scholars by Wichita State University.

The students will receive scholarships ranging from $4,000 up to full tuition, books, and room and board at WSU for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Applicants were required to have a minimum 3.25 grade point average and a minimum ACT composite score of 26, or a minimum ACT composite score of 24 and rank in the top 5 percent of their class.

Those chosen as Dean’s Scholars are:

Courtney Allen, Wichita Southeast High School; Parker Amos, Maize South High School; Faith Atteberry, Trinity Academy; Kelsey Austin, Northeast Magnet High School; Madison Bays, Northeast Magnet High School; Blair Benton, Circle High School; Blade Black, Valley Center High School; Chandler Bolen, El Dorado High School; Amani Braxton, Wichita Collegiate School; Jeannette Burdick, Trinity Academy; Ajay Carpenter, Valley Center High School; Amy Cole, Eisenhower High School; Shannon Crow, Valley Center High School; Kiah Duggins, Wichita High School East; Kassidy English, Derby High School; Hassan Farhoud, Wichita Collegiate School; Britton Farney, Maize South High School; Morgan Faulkner, Trinity Academy; Ericka Feltrop, Derby High School; Tyler Gegen, Garden Plain High School; Dalton Glasscock, Maize South High School; Austin Griffith, Andover Central High School; Caitlin Hazen, Wichita High School West; Bethany Heintz, Maize South High School; Hannah Hoetmer, Goddard High School; Alex Hohler, Maize South High School; Brianna Hovey, Campus High School; Patience Ivy, Wichita High School West; Abby Jones, Newton High School; Jordan Kelly, Wichita High School West; Jacob Klitzke, Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School; Emi Kniffin, Maize South High School; Garrett Koehn, Maize South High School; Abigail Kretzschmar, Wichita High School Northwest; Everett Lacy, Maize South High School; Carley Larson, Wichita Heights High School; Caitlin Lee, Valley Center High School; Rachel Lee, Eisenhower High School; Braden Lefler, Goddard High School; Rachel Linot, Douglass High School; Julie Lu, Eisenhower High School; Rachael Manske, Wichita High School East; Kyle Martin, Andale High School; Andrew McCoskey, Wichita High School North; Kaitlin Nance, Cheney High School; Sarah Nelson, Eisenhower High School; Tram Ngo, Wichita Southeast High School; Paola Nunez, Bishop Carroll Catholic High School; Cody O’Brien, Northeast Magnet High School; Sachin Pendse, Wichita High School East; Ashley Porter, Eisenhower High School; Alec Potluri, Newton High School; Grace Powell, Trinity Academy; Colby Rankin, Eisenhower High School; Riley Rathbun, Bishop Carroll Catholic High School; Shawn Reggeti, Bishop Carroll Catholic High School; Michelle Robbins, Wichita High School East; Jessica Rowe, Wichita Heights High School; Meggie Schafer, Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School; Lucas Schauer, Maize High School; Ashley Schrader, Andover Central High School; Christina Shetler, Eisenhower High School; Destiny Simms, Wichita High School West; Kaitlyn Simon, Bishop Carroll Catholic High School; Mariah Smith, Newton High School; Bethany Snow, Emma Creek Christian Academy; Brittany Stark, Newton High School; Jack Stewart, Wichita Collegiate School; Odalis Vicencio, Wichita High School West; Michaela Wallace, Circle High School; Katie Watson, Goddard High School; Tyler Weppler, Goddard High School; Kendall Winterhalter, Wichita High School South; Sara Wise, Derby High School; Kandice Wright, Douglass High School; Samuel Young, Wichita Heights High School and Alex Zeorlin, Wichita High School Northwest.

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