Lisle High School Class of 2022
Class of 2022
  • Principal Jeffrey Howard greets Austin Hahn before Hahn delivers the opening reflection during the Lisle High School graduation ceremony May 20, 2022 in Lisle.

      Principal Jeffrey Howard greets Austin Hahn before Hahn delivers the opening reflection during the Lisle High School graduation ceremony May 20, 2022 in Lisle. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

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    Lisle High School. Daily Herald File Photo

  • Meiha Mobley, left, and Brooklyn Hargrave pose for a photo before Lisle High School's graduation May 20 in Lisle.

      Meiha Mobley, left, and Brooklyn Hargrave pose for a photo before Lisle High School's graduation May 20 in Lisle. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Graduates have their picture taken before the Lisle High School graduation ceremony May 20 in Lisle.

      Graduates have their picture taken before the Lisle High School graduation ceremony May 20 in Lisle. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
Updated 6/20/2022 9:11 AM

Graduates in Class of 2022: 108

Graduation ceremony: Friday, May 20, Lisle High School's North Gymnasium

 

Highest honors graduates: Margret Cadell, Anna Gallaway, Alexander Gregoriev, Isabella Pellicano, Dylan Peterik, Andrew Sohl, Paige Thompson, Faith Vock, Abby Zellak, Sean Zurek

Graduation speakers: Austin Hahn, Paige Thompson

Student Congress: Paige Thompson -- President; Kylie Russell -- Vice President; Carolyn Romo -- Secretary

Academic achievements:

• 42 graduates will be awarded almost $1.8 million in scholarships over the course of the next four years.

• Illinois State Scholars: Margaret Cadell, Kaleb Carson, Brady Collins, Cole Digirolamo, Connor Ebert, Anna Gallaway, Alexander Gregoriev, Austin Hahn, Abram Payne, Isabella Pellicano, Thomas Perzentka, Dylan Peterik, Adam Sadelski, Maya Sagen, Andrew Sohl, Sean Zurek

• National Merit Finalists: Anna Gallaway, Isabella Pellicano

• National Merit Commended Scholar: Dylan Peterik

• Daughters of the American Revolution Award: Paige Thompson

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• Sons of the American Revolution Award: Sean Zurek

Extracurricular achievements:

• Math Team winning its 14th Conference Championship in a row

• ILMEA All-State Band -- Andrew Sohl

Athletic achievements:

• Boys Soccer Conference Champions/IHSA Regional Champions

• Haley Cassels -- Qualified for State Meet in Girls Golf

Theater productions:

• Fall Play: "A Midsummers Night Dream"

• Spring Musical: "Sister Act"

What challenges did the Class of 2022 face as they returned to in-person school full time, and how did they overcome them:

The return to a normalized bell schedule. What being "tardy" means. Readjusting to rules and social interaction.

Principal's reflections on the Class of 2022:

Unlike our current freshmen and sophomores, the class of 2022 remembers a great deal about high school life prior to the pandemic. They spent most of the 2021-22 school year trying to return the school back to its pre-pandemic existence and have worked very hard to accept some of the limits that were placed on them earlier in the school year. They have done everything possible to maintain a sense of normalcy for the last two years and have excelled at finding their way.

-- Principal Jeffrey Howard

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