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Twenty-nine Marmion Academy seniors named Illinois State Scholars

Twenty-nine Marmion Academy seniors were named 2020 Illinois State Scholars (not pictured: Anthony Zangler).
Twenty-nine Marmion Academy seniors were named 2020 Illinois State Scholars (not pictured: Anthony Zangler).

AURORA – The Illinois Student Assistance Commission has named 29 Marmion Academy seniors as Illinois State Scholars. These 29 seniors represent 24% of the Class of 2020.

The inductees are: Jason Baker (Montgomery), Thomas Brown (Aurora), Jack Burke (Batavia), Thomas Conroy (Geneva), Patrick Desch (Batavia), Dominic Diederich (Aurora), Patrick Donahoe (Batavia), Garrett Durian (Wheaton), William Gillian (Sugar Grove), Maxwell Gorlich (St. Charles), Benjamin Hansen (St. Charles), Joseph Leurck (Oswego), Carlos Liz (Aurora), Jackson Malley (Batavia), Aden Morvice (Geneva), Armande Naseem (Naperville), Salvador Orta (Aurora), Benjamin Riner (Geneva), Charles Rogers (Montgomery), Daniel Seraphin (St. Charles), Christopher Sowers (Wheaton), Justin Suess (Batavia), Chase Temple (Yorkville), James Tews (Plainfield), Derek Webb (Batavia), Matthew Woodford (Geneva), Alexander Yakisan (North Aurora), Gabriel Ybarra (Montgomery) and Anthony Zangler (Naperville).

According to a news release from Marmion Academy, rankings are based on a combination of ACT and/or SAT test score results, and class rank in the top 10 percent of their graduating class at the end of the junior year of high school - unless the students achieved a score at or above the 95th percentile for Illinois students on one of the standardized tests.

Marmion Academy is a Catholic-Benedictine college preparatory school located at 1000 Butterfield Road in Aurora. For more information visit www.marmion.org.

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