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Spring Lake High School names Senior Scholars

Tribune Staff • May 17, 2019 at 3:00 PM

Spring Lake High School Principal Michael Gilchrist announced that the following students have been designated as Senior Scholars in the Class of 2019.

Senior Scholars are comprised of students who have earned the highest honors awarded in their graduating class using a combination of ACT composite, select courses and grade point average to determine district rank.

Gavin Alban

Parents: Aimee and Paul Alban

Future plans: to attend the University of Notre Dame to study business with a focus on finance.

Katelyn Allen

Parents: Brenda and Paul Allen

Future plans: to attend Loyola University Chicago to study environmental science and computer science.

Alyssa Bowen

Parents: Wendy and Dave Bowen

Future plans: to attend Michigan State University to study sociology and education.

Lauren Constantine

Parents: Sue and Gordy Constantine

Future plans: to attend the University of Michigan to study political science.

Jenna Core

Parents: Tracy and Bill Core

Future plans: to attend Hope College to study mathematics.

Joseph Cossey

Parents: Wendy and Joseph Cossey

Future plans: to attend Grand Valley State University to study business. 

Mia Davidson

Parents: Diana and Rob Davidson

Future plans: to attend Barnard College to study political science.

Chase DeVries

Parents: Tricia and Phil DeVries

Future plans: to attend Lyman Briggs Residential College at Michigan State University to study computer science.

McKenzie Ely

Parents: Wendy and Scott Ely

Future plans: to attend the University of Michigan to study biology and Spanish.

Janna Ercole

Parents: Michelle and Michael Ercole

Future plans: to attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to study either pre-law or life sciences.

Sara Gray

Parents: Jennifer and Stew Gray

Future plans: to attend Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.

Hannah Klein

Parents: Pam and Dave Klein

Future plans: to attend University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and perform with the dance team.

Madelyn Landry

Parents: Jennifer and Thomas Landry

Future plans: to attend Western Michigan University to study civil engineering and environmental science.

James Little

Parents: Rhonda and James Little

Future plans: to attend the University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science and the Arts to study biology and pre-medicine.

Erika McSheehy

Parents: Melissa and Michael McSheehy

Future plans: to attend either Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University or Michigan State University to study aeronautical science and business.

Charles Parker

Parents: Jill and Tim Parker

Future plans: Undecided to which school, but plans to study economics and political science, and on to law school.

Ethan Pennington

Parents: Jane and Mark Pennington

Future plans: to attend the University of Michigan to study pre-law or business. 

Evan Schock

Parents: Christine and Allan Schock

Future plans: to attend Purdue University to study computer and electrical engineering.

Lauren Sharp

Parents: Jessica and Douglas Sharp

Future plans: to attend the University of Michigan to study music psychology.

Corbyn Terpstra

Parents: Rachel and Chad Terpstra

Future plans: to attend Colorado State University to study computer science and engineering.

Nolan Tjapkes

Parents: Rebecca and Paul Tjapkes

Future plans: to attend Michigan State University.

Rachel VanDuinen

Parents: Nancy Piersma and David VanDuinen

Future plans: to attend Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University to study biology. 

Katherine Vinkemulder

Parents: Susan and Jason Vinkemulder

Future plans: to attend Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University and a member of both the Honors College and the Osteopathic Medical Scholars Program to study biochemistry and pre-medicine. 

Benjamin Walters

Parents: Molly Crissman and Jim Walters

Future plans: to attend Michigan State University to study applied engineering sciences and business.

Stephen Zambiasi

Parents: Megan and Michael Zambiasi

Future plans: to attend the Honors College at Michigan State University to study accounting and sports management.

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