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Students honored as part of Chronicle Achievement Program

[Rachel Marr, St. Francis High School]
St. Francis High School: Rachel Marr
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS AND ACTIVITIES: student of the month, ‘A’ honor roll student, National Honors Society, captain of rowing club team, cheerleading, engineering club, Scholastic Bowl, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Chicago Marathon volunteer, Fox Valley Marathon volunteer, Wounded Warrior Project
NOMINATED BY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR ADAM LINDLEY: Rachel Marr exhibits excellence on many levels and is a great candidate for the CAPS program. She is a very intelligent student and an enthusiastic learner. She takes an inquisitive approach to any subject and seeks total mastery of skills. Rachel seeks knowledge for its own sake and shows a genuine love of learning. Her teachers speak very positively of her personal and academic qualities. They describe her as brilliant, intellectual, mature, creative, patient, tenacious, articulate, perceptive, upbeat and trustworthy. They see her as a self-starter who takes on challenges, leads by example and accepts criticism as an opportunity to improve. Rachel prepares meticulously, uses her abilities, contributes to class discussion and exceeds expectations. She can apply what she knows to new material or problems and enjoys thinking outside of the box.
[Rachel Marr, St. Francis High School] St. Francis High School: Rachel Marr ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS AND ACTIVITIES: student of the month, ‘A’ honor roll student, National Honors Society, captain of rowing club team, cheerleading, engineering club, Scholastic Bowl, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Chicago Marathon volunteer, Fox Valley Marathon volunteer, Wounded Warrior Project NOMINATED BY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR ADAM LINDLEY: Rachel Marr exhibits excellence on many levels and is a great candidate for the CAPS program. She is a very intelligent student and an enthusiastic learner. She takes an inquisitive approach to any subject and seeks total mastery of skills. Rachel seeks knowledge for its own sake and shows a genuine love of learning. Her teachers speak very positively of her personal and academic qualities. They describe her as brilliant, intellectual, mature, creative, patient, tenacious, articulate, perceptive, upbeat and trustworthy. They see her as a self-starter who takes on challenges, leads by example and accepts criticism as an opportunity to improve. Rachel prepares meticulously, uses her abilities, contributes to class discussion and exceeds expectations. She can apply what she knows to new material or problems and enjoys thinking outside of the box.

The Chronicle Achievement program recognizes outstanding local high school students who demonstrate strength in academics, character and leadership. Several CAP students will be chosen to receive a partial scholarship to the college of their choice at Evening of Applause in the spring.

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