LLHS Quarter 4, 2017-18 Honor Roll

LLHS honor roll

Lakeside Lutheran High School is proud to announce its honor roll for the fourth quarter of academic year 2017-18:

High Honors Honor Roll (3.75-4.0 GPA)

Grade 9

Elizabeth Brudos, Janesville; Ella Butzine, Oconomowoc; Lydia Buxa, Oconomowoc; Cooper Clark, Lake Mills; Kinsey Gade, Lake Mills; Megan Grambsch, Columbus; Jada Gresens, Sun Prairie; Ashley Grundman, Waterloo; Graham Hatcher, Oconomowoc; Maya Heckmann, Middleton; Caitlin Heinrich, Madison; Emmilee Hillier, Sun Prairie; Joshua Hodkiewicz, DeForest; AnaCristina Iglesias, Watertown; Elizabeth Isham, Watertown; Jordyn Jaeger, Lake Mills; William Jorgensen, McFarland; Payton Kuepers, Madison; Sydney Langille, Lake Mills; Madison McGurk, Lake Mills; Brendan McKenna, Lake Mills; Haylee Meske, Jefferson; Hailey Miller, Sun Prairie; Isaiah Minning, Watertown; Julia Neuberger, Lake Mills; Kaylee Raymond, Sun Prairie; Carter Roekle, Middleton; Evelyn Schauer, Watertown; Riley Schmidt, Janesville; Grace Seim, Beaver Dam; Morgan Slonaker, De Forest; Devin Splinter, Ixonia; Emma Strohm, Watertown; Claudia Stuebs, Lake Mills; Jennifer Taylor Evert, Beaver Dam; Evelyn Terry, Ixonia; Jada Teteak, Middleton; Joy Thompson-Wurz, Lake Mills; Sarah Ulsberger, Fort Atkinson; Seth Veers, Cross Plains; Kendra Wilson, Cottage Grove; Laura Zank, Juneau

Grade 10

Madeline Abel, Fort Atkinson; Ashley Behnke, Watertown; Emma Berg, Madison; Anna Bilitz, Madison; Annika Bilitz, Cottage Grove; Ryann Burger, Lake Mills; Kaitlyn Buss, Watertown; Oliver Butler, Ixonia; Alicia Childs, Columbus; Isabella Collins, Lake Mills; Samantha Detert, Watertown; Kyle Doering, Lake Mills; Jadyn Duddeck, Whitewater; Calvin Grant, Sun Prairie; Cody Gumz, Marshall ; Gilbert Haw, Marshall; Janae Jensen, Juneau; Kristin Karas, Milton; Kendra Kasper, Helenville; Lydia Krenke, Jefferson; Serena Leis, Wilton; Seth Lozano, Waterloo; Rachel Mayer, Fort Atkinson; Brynn McDermott, Poynette; Katelyn McGurk, Lake Mills; Elise Meier, Watertown; Alessandra Murray, Sun Prairie; Logan Pampel, Johnson Creek; Bronte Perkins, Madison; Madelyn Plitzuweit, Oconomowoc; Megan Reinke, Watertown; Alex Ryan, Lake Mills; Carter Schneider, Jefferson; Owen Schoenherr, Cottage Grove; Espen Storlie, Jefferson; Nathaniel Stout, Janesville; Molly Sturgill, Waterloo; Dinesh Tadepalli, Sun Prairie; Lauren Thiele, Poynette; Kirsten Thundercloud, Jefferson; Amber Wardall, Waterloo; Grace Westrate, Sun Prairie; Christopher Yunck, Lake Mills

Grade 11

Abigail Buxa, Oconomowoc; Will DeNoyer, Sun Prairie; Alyssa Fehrman, Juneau; Katherine Guld, Lake Mills; Lukas Heckmann, Middleton; Gracie Hillier, Sun Prairie; Brevin Jegerlehner, Sun Prairie; Rebecca Lang, Lake Mills; Cole Lauersdorf, Oconomowoc; Kayla Laures, Jefferson; Kyle Leis, Wilton; Jack Monis, Oconomowoc; Mariah Mortensen, Beaver Dam; Ethan Neumann, Oconomowoc; Chad Nolte, Janesville; Lucas Schneider, Waterloo; Kaitlyn Shadoski, Janesville; Jackson Stake, Stoughton; Anna Swenson, Beaver Dam; Taylor Wolfram, Fort Atkinson; Peter Zambo, Lake Mills

Grade 12

Kalies Birkholz, Watertown; Skyler Christianson, Janesville; Zachary Cichanofsky, Watertown; Sophia Collins, Lake Mills; Jenna Gaal, Oconomowoc; Kaitlyn Gehler, Waterloo; Gabrielle Grunewald, Bettendorf; Emma Guld, Lake Mills; Kelly Koch, Watertown; Samantha Kohls, Waterloo; Kaitlin Main, Juneau; Ashley McLain, Juneau; Melissa Murack, Sullivan; James Neuberger, Lake Mills; Eric Pillard, Oconomowoc; Emily Raymond, Sun Prairie; Katharina Schleef, Watertown; Brett Schwantes, Madison; Sarah Taylor Evert, Beaver Dam; Morgan Thiele, Poynette; Gerald Weber, Sun Prairie; Matthias Winters, Watertown

Honors (3.25 – 3.749 GPA)

Grade 9

Isaiah Andress, Oconomowoc; Nathan Chesterman, Sun Prairie; Isabella Cook, Hartland; Jack Egelseer, Lake Mills; Adriana Genthe, Lake Mills; Kylee Gnabasik, Jefferson; Kristel Hafenstein, Beaver Dam; Austin Haley, Watertown; Julia Hallman, Fort Atkinson; Rachel Huebner, Madison; Samuel Ibeling, Cambridge; Joel Kluz, Juneau; Anna Kreutz, Madison; Olivia Krieser, Stoughton; Elizabeth Loppnow, Lebanon; Remy Matthews, Sun Prairie; Emily Meiller, Madison; Hannah Meyer, Lake Mills; Isabella Mueller, Sun Prairie; Mia Murray, Middleton; Micah Nasett, Marshall; Benjamin Neumann, Oconomowoc; Olivia Odrich, Verona; Ian Olszewski, Johnson Creek; Alyssa Ratzow, Watertown; Logan Reich, Jefferson; Payton Roth, Watertown; Lillian Runke, Sun Prairie; Stephanie Schafer, Lake Mills; Caroline Schulz, DeForest ; Darren Schuster, Juneau; Anika Stone, Fitchburg; Lily Storlie, Jefferson; Gabriel Uttech, Fall River; Tersony Vater, Watertown; Amber Vertein, Watertown; Elijah Wohling, Beaver Dam; Nicholas Yaroch, Fall River

Grade 10

Jocelyn Asmus, Lake Mills; Kaitlin Burk, Johnson Creek; Matthew Davis, Lake Mills; Abbie DiGiovanni, Jefferson; Connor Dobson, Johnson Creek; Elli Duddeck, Ixonia; Haakon Ellestad, Sun Prairie; Daniel Faupl, Watertown; Trevor Geerdts, Lake Mills; Emily Godwin, Madison; August Gresens, Sun Prairie; Matthew Gunst, Hartford; Jeremy Hathaway, Watertown; Jacob Holmes, Jefferson; Karissa Kilian, Lake Mills; Elijah Knapp, Ixonia; Hannah Koenig, Cambridge; Taylor Laures, Jefferson; Michael Martin, Watertown; Wesley McLain, Juneau; Micah Missall, Rio; Kobe Paske, Arlington; Breanna Preskar, Juneau; Collin Schulz, Fort Atkinson; Cole Schuster, Juneau; Emma Statz, Jefferson; Katie Stuebs, Lake Mills; Isaiah Terry, Ixonia; Keira Thurnbauer, Lake Mills; Ashley Valerio, Watertown

Grade 11

Tyler Affeld, Watertown; Samantha Anderson, Sun Prairie; Olivia Andress, Oconomowoc; Megan Borth, Watertown; William Bushie, Watertown; Margaret Cody, Juneau; Olivia Fregien, Madison; Noelle Gates, Middleton; Benjamin Grambsch, Columbus; Seth Hackbarth, Lake Mills; Jennica Jensen, Juneau; Paul Johnson, Janesville; Olivia Kassulke, Watertown; Madelynn Klug, Ixonia; Grace Krieser, Stoughton; Caleb Kuepers, Madison; Grace Loescher, Watertown; Taylor Luetzow, Watertown; Luke Marti, Oconomowoc; Hayden Oestreich, Watertown; Mira Parker, Deforest; Ryan Preskar, Juneau; Caleb Raymond, Sun Prairie; Dominic Schmidt, Watertown; Dustin Schulz, Beaver Dam; Riley Schulz, Fort Atkinson; Christopher Schwantes, Madison; Luke Stauffacher, Madison; Maxwell Thiele, Oconomowoc; Max Thomas, Watertown; Madelaine Triebold, Oconomowoc; Olivia Turke, Oconomowoc; Kira Tweit, Madison; Isac Veers, Cross Plains; Hannah Willems, Johnson Creek

Grade 12

Sofia Asmus, Lake Mills; Kelsey Birschbach, Deforest ; Alyssa Condon, Watertown; Kaitlyn Drewicz, Watertown; Ashley Fritz, Middleton; Noah Gartner, Johnson Creek; Joseph Grambsch, Columbus; Timothy Grant, Sun Prairie; Kayla Grundman, Waterloo; Emma Hans, Jefferson; Isaac Heckmann, Middleton; Benjamin Hodel, Lake Mills; Alexander Hoenecke, Waunakee; Shannon Jones, Johnson Creek; Samantha Kluever, Marshall; Isaiah Lenz, Oconomowoc; Hannah Mayer, Fort Atkinson; Aaron Natvig, Cottage Grove; Ian Olson, Sun Prairie; Devon Perkins, Madison; Charles Pingel, Sun Prairie; Amber Rowoldt, Watertown; Emelyn Schoeller, Helenville; Katrina Stratman, Beaver Dam; Griffin Torgerson, Watertown; Philip Treptow, Avalon; Emily Weber, Helenville; Maria Werre, Sun Prairie; Ellie Westrate, Sun Prairie

Commendables (3.0 – 3.249 GPA)

Grade 9

Kendra Blake, Watertown; Micah Cody, Juneau; Stephanie Georgi, Sun Prairie; Nathaniel Heins, Ixonia; Kyle Jaeger, Watertown; William Meland, Verona; Kennedy Pugh, Watertown; Ryan Punzel, Watertown; Ryan Reyes, Watertown; Jack Schultz, Columbus

Grade 10

Karleena Battist, Waterloo; Maximus Bennett, Fort Atkinson; Arthur Evangelist, Lake Mills; Jacob Horta, Helenville; Abel Krauklis, Lake Mills; Maria Saavedra, Watertown; Tyler Surges, Nashotah; Grace Thomas, Watertown; Noah Vanderhoof, Beaver Dam

Grade 11

Janelle Arndt, Watertown; Vanessa Bischoff, Juneau; Seth Bolin, Lake Mills; Caitlin Condon, Watertown; Maddison Fenner, Fort Atkinson; Joshua Groninger, Janesville; Kaleigh Hatcher, Oconomowoc; Tyler Holzhueter, Waterloo; Cannon Kerr, Watertown; Carter Kexel, Lake Mills; Joshua Lindert, Watertown; Molly Lindloff, Lake Mills; Emily Meske, Jefferson; Austin Meyer, Lake Mills; Charles Miller, Sun Prairie; Timothy Nommensen, Deerfield; Cameron Paske, Arlington; Rachel Poyner, Madison; Catherine Richart, Watertown; Anna Rue, Fort Atkinson; Logan Scheiber, Watertown; Amanda Seelman, Watertown; Hannah Tucek, Lake Mills; Jacob Ulrich, Lake Mills

Grade 12

Andrew Burk, Johnson Creek; Isaiah Coleman, Watertown; Samantha DeNoyer, Fort Atkinson; Amber Fortney, Columbus; Maria Murray, Middleton; Jeremy Nehls, Juneau; Cade Olszewski, Johnson Creek; Dustin Pampel, Johnson Creek; Bridgette Schoebel, Beaver Dam; Kailey Schoenherr, Sun Prairie; Elizabeth Valerio, Watertown

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Scholarship Recipients Announced

Lakeside Lutheran High School announces that 45 students in the class of 2018 report over $812,000 in scholarship money from individuals, foundations, organizations and the schools they applied to attend. Of the 85 graduates, 77 have indicated plans to continue their education in the fall of 2018, while three plan to enter the military. Scholarships marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a renewable scholarship.

Sofia Asmus, daughter of Andrew and Gretchen of Lake Mills: Concordia Luther Promise, $18,000*. She plans to attend Concordia University to study interior design.

Kalies Birkholz, daughter of Gregg and Sheryl, Watertown: Presidential Scholarship $15,000*. She plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College to study nursing.

Kelsey Birschbach, daughter of Jim and Sandi, Deforest: Wisconsin Lutheran College Collegiate Scholarship, $11,000*; WLC Partners in Christian Education, $2,000. Edgewood College, Heritage Scholarship, $6,000*; Keiser University, Merit scholarship, $9,000*;  Keiser Athletic Volleyball Scholarship. She plans to attend Martin Luther College for a degree in early childhood education.

Ashley Blanke, daughter of Bryan and Katherine, Watertown: Charles Carroll Scholarship, $17,000*. WLC Presidential Scholarship, $15,000*. Concordia Presidential Scholarship,  $15,000.* She plans to attend Carroll University to major in nursing.

Skyler Christianson, son of Jeffrey and Heidi, Janesville: UWM Engineering Excellence Scholarship, $12,000-$20,000*; Support for Undergraduate Research Fellow, $6,000; UW-Platteville Merit Scholarship, $1,000; UWW Faculty/Staff Endowment Scholarship, $960. He plans to attend UW-Milwaukee for a degree in engineering.

Sophia Collins, daughter of Clark and Tricia, Lake Mills: CUW Presidential Scholarship $14,000 per year*; CUW Luther Promise and Concordia Grants $6,000*; Lawrence University Light! More Light! Scholarship $23,000*; Lawrentian Award $2,000*; Main Hall Green Award $1,000*; Lawrence University Grant $1,500*; WLC Presidential Scholarship $15,000*; WLC Challenge Grant $2,000; WLC Partners in Christian Education Scholarship $2,000*; WLC Visit Scholarship $500*; Ripon Gleason Presidential Scholarship $27,000*; Lake Mills Sons of the American Legion Scholarship $500; Lake Mills Light and Water Scholarship, $500; Fort HealthCare Robert G. Handeyside Scholarship $2,000. She plans to attend Concordia University of Wisconsin to study Biomedical Sciences.

Alyssa Condon, daughter of Paul and Nancy, Juneau: FFA Alumni Scholarship, $500; Bypass Greenhouse Scholarship, $200; Marian University Trustee Scholarship, $10,000*; Marian Early Sabre Award, $500*; Marian Grant, $4,150*. She plans to attend Marian University for a degree in Biology.

Samantha DeNoyer, daughter of Matt and Jennifer, Fort Atkinson: Winona State University Presidential Honor Scholarship, $1,000*. She will attend Winona State University to study nursing.

Ashley Fritz, daughter of Brian and Tiffany, Middleton: Wisconsin Lutheran College Presidential Academic Scholarship $15,000*; WLC Music Scholarship $1,000*; Concordia Presidential Academic Scholarship $13,000*. She will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College to study Horticulture/ Landscape Architecture.

Jenna Gaal, daughter of Jeff and Jennifer, Oconomowoc: Educator’s Credit Union Scholarship, $2,000; WACPC Scholarship, $1,000. She will attend UW- Madison for a degree in Elementary & Special Education.

Noah Gartner, son of Steven and Kimberly, Lake Mills: Wisconsin Lutheran College Collegiate Scholarship, $11,000*. He will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for a degree in nursing.

Kaitlyn Gehler, daughter of Kirk and Amy, Waterloo: University of Memphis Volleyball Scholarship. She will attend the University of Memphis to study Communications/Education.

Timothy Grant, son of Michael and Jessica, Sun Prairie: Wisconsin Lutheran College Academic Scholarship, 13,000*; WLC Partners in Christian Education Scholarship, $2,000*. He will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College.

Kayla Grundman, daughter of Todd and Sherry, Lake Mills: Wisconsin Lutheran College Academic Scholarship, 15,000*. She will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for a nursing or education degree.

Emma Guld, daughter of John and Nicole, Lake Mills: Wisconsin Lutheran College Presidential Scholarship, $15,000*; WLC Partners in Christian Education Scholarship, $2,000*; Marquette University Pere Marquette Scholarship, $17,000*. She will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for a degree in biology (pre-med).

Isaac Heckmann, son of Matthew and Amy, Middleton: Wisconsin Lutheran College Presidential Scholarship $15,000*. He plans to attend UW- Madison to study finance.

Alexander Hoenecke, son of Henry and Rachel, Waunakee: Concordia University Wisconsin Presidential Scholarship, $12,000*; CUW Luther Promise Scholarship, $18,000*; Patrick Henry College Hudson P. Shedd Strategic Intelligence Scholarship, $4,000*. He will attend Concordia University Wisconsin for a degree in Justice and Public Policy.

Shannon Jones, daughter of Craig and Connie, Johnson Creek: UW-Stout Polytechnical Scholarship, $1,000*. She will attend UW-Stout to study pre-medicine.

Kelly Koch, daughter of Timothy and Rebecca, Watertown, Watertown: Regional Medical Center Medical Staff Scholarship, $1500*; Carroll University Merit Scholarship, $20,000*; Concordia University Merit Scholarship, $21,000*. She will attend UW- Madison for a degree in Biology, following up with masters in physician assistant studies.

Samantha Kohls, daughter of Michael and Joann, Waterloo: Martin Luther College Messenger Scholarship, $2,000*.  She will attend Martin Luther College, New Ulm, for a degree in early childhood education.

Isaiah Lenz, son of Michael and Joy, Oconomowoc: WLC Collegiate Scholarship. He will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College.

Kaitlin Main, daughter of Bradley and Jennifer, Juneau: Wisconsin Lutheran College, Presidential Scholarship $15,000*. She will attend Moraine Park Technical College to become a registered nurse.

Ashley McLain, daughter of Robert and Deanna, Juneau: UW-Green Bay Amerhart Annual Scholarship, $1,000*; UW-GB Wisconsin Grant, $1,237; Sons of the American Legion Scholarship, $500. She will attend UW-Green Bay for a degree in psychology.

Melissa Murack, daughter of David and Lea, Sullivan: Bethany Lutheran College Luther Scholarship, $13,000*; BLC Christian High School Waiver, $2,000*; BLC Media Arts Scholarship, $2,000*; BLC Lisa Schlomer-Schneider Scholarship, $1,324; BLC Todd Johnson Memorial Scholarship, $1,000. She will attend Bethany Lutheran College for a media arts major.

Maria Murray, daughter of LoToya Murray of Middleton: Wisconsin Lutheran College Collegiate Scholarship, $13,000*. She will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for a degree in sports and exercise science.

James Neuberger, son of Dan and Dawn, Lake Mills: Wisconsin Lutheran College Presidential Scholarship, $15,000*; Concordia University Wisconsin Presidential Scholarship, $15,000*; Valparaiso University Presidential Scholarship, $24,000*; Herb Kohl Excellence Scholarship, $2,500*; Academic Excellence Scholarship, $2,250*; WLC Partners in Christian Education Scholarship, $2,000*; Lake Mills Rotary Scholarship – $1,000; Robert Muerhrcke Scholar-Athlete Award $7,000*; Fort HealthCare Robert G. Handeyside Scholarship $1,500. He will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for a degree in biochemistry, pre-pharmacy.

Ian Olson, son of Erica and Erika, Sun Prairie: Carroll University Charles Carroll Scholar, $17,000*; Donor Sponsored Grant, $1,250*. He will attend Carroll University to study nursing.

Cade Olszewski, son of Monte and Amy, Johnson Creek: Winona State football athletic scholarship. He will attend Winona State for coaching.

Dustin Pampel, son of John and Julie, Johnson Creek: Southwest Minnesota State University football athletic scholarship. He will attend Southwest Minnesota State University for business.

Devon Perkins, son of Brett and Heather, Madison: Boston University Grant, $52,000*.  He will attend Boston University.

Eric Pillard, son of Paul and Brenda, Oconomowoc: UW-Whitewater Waukesha County Snowmobile Association Scholarship, $750 total. UW-Whitewater New Student Scholar, $1,000. He will attend UW-Whitewater for a business degree in finance/investment and banking.

Charles Pingel, son of Jim and Renae, Sun Prairie: Drake University Presidential scholarship, $20,000*. He will attend Drake University.

Tyler Punzel, son of Dale and Laura, Watertown: Wisconsin Lutheran College Presidential Scholarship, $15,000*. He will attend WLC for a major in pre-medicine.

Emily Raymond, daughter of Kyle and Amy, Sun Prairie: Ryan J. Zweifel Memorial Scholarship, $2,500. She will attend Martin Luther College to study elementary education.

Amber Rowoldt, daughter of Patrick and Sandra, Watertown: Palm Beach Atlantic Deans Scholarship, $15,000*. She will attend Palm Beach Atlantic to study business management.

Katharina Schleef, daughter of Todd and Kay, Watertown: Wisconsin Lutheran College Academic Scholarship, $13,000*; WLC General Endowed Scholarship, $1,000*; WLC Regents Grant, $2,030; WLC Partners in Christian Education Scholarship, $2,000; WLC Visit Scholarship, $500. She will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for a degree in communicative arts.

Emelyn Schoeller, daughter of Todd and Michelle, Helenville: UW-River Falls Outstanding Academic Achievement Award, $2,000*. She will attend UW-River Falls to become a veterinary technician.

Meghan Splinter, daughter of Dan and Cheryl, Ixonia: Warrior Scholarship In Memory of Morgan Turnquist, $500. She will attend Waukesha County Technical College to study early childhood education.

Sarah Taylor Evert, daughter of David and Jennie, Beaver Dam: Beaver Dam Scholarship Foundation Richard and Phyllis Frederick Scholarship, $2,250*. She will attend Martin Luther College for a degree in elementary education.

Emily Weber, daughter of Jeff and Rebecca, Helenville: Wisconsin Lutheran College Presidential Scholarship, $15,000*; WLC Partners in Christian Education, $2,000*; Lakeside Lutheran FFA Alumni Scholarship $500. She will attend WLC to major in biology and business.

Gerald Weber, son of Eugene and Mary, Sun Prairie: Zachary Moyle Memorial Scholarship Martin Luther College, $2,500. He will attend Martin Luther College to become a pastor.

Ellie Westrate, Calvin College Mosaic Award, $4,000*. Calvin College Dean’s Scholarship, $10,000*. She will attend Calvin College to study kinesiology and nutrition.

Matthias Winters, son of Jim and Kimara, Watertown: Milwaukee School of Engineering Academic Merit Scholarships, $15,000*; Destination MSOE Scholarship, $3,000*; MSOE Summer Programs Scholarship, $1,000*; Watertown Conservation Scholarship, $1,000; National Army ROTC Scholarship, $37,980*. He will attend Milwaukee School of Engineering for a degree in industrial engineering.

2018 Academic Top 10 announced

 

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The Lakeside Lutheran “Top Ten” students in the class of 2018 were guests of honor at the May 14 Capitol Conference Honors Banquet in Madison. They are (front, from left) James Neuberger, Skyler Christianson, Zachary Cichanofsky, Jenna Gaal, Sarah Taylor Evert, Principal James Grasby, Seated: Emma Guld, Kelly Koch, Matthias Winters, Morgan Thiele, Kalies Birkholz.

 

Lakeside Lutheran High School announced its Academic Top Ten from the Class of 2018. These individuals cumulatively earned 289.5 high school credits, an average of slightly above 28.9 credits each; 26 credits are needed to graduate.  Their grade point averages range from 3.83 to 4.000—a difference of only 17/100ths of a grade point. In one case, the difference in grade point between two of the Top Ten was 1/1000th of a point. They had a 98.5% daily attendance rate and were on-time to class in excess of 99.9% of the time. Their profiles, in alphabetical order, follow:

Birkholz, Kalies(Edited)Top 10 Kalies Birkholz, daughter of Gregg and Sheryl, is a member at Trinity in Watertown where she volunteers as a Sunday school helper. She will head to Wisconsin Lutheran College to study nursing. “My goals for the future are to start a loving family, and I want to become a nurse and help people feel better,” she says. She received the Presidential scholarship for WLC.

At Lakeside, Kalies participated in Teens For Christ, National Honor Society, track and basketball. She received the WIAA Scholar-Athlete Award and was named first team all-conference for basketball. “What I liked best about Lakeside was my experience on the basketball team. I became good friends with girls that I probably never would have if we weren’t on the same team together. Team dinners and team bonding were always fun,” she says. “Another thing I liked about Lakeside is that all the teachers know you. You’re not just a random face. They care about you and your interests and your faith.”

Christianson, Skyler(edited)Top 10 Skyler Christianson, son of Jeffrey and Heidi, is a member of St. Matthew, Janesville, where he has served as an usher, church cleaner and served at both Christmas and Easter for Kids. He will attend UW-Milwaukee for a degree in Computer Engineering. “I want to work work hard to achieve success in my career, get married and have a family, and travel throughout the United States as well as internationally,” he says. He received the UWM Engineering Excellence Scholarship and Support for Undergraduate Research Fellow.

At Lakeside he participated in soccer, basketball, baseball, math team, band, percussion ensemble, A Cappella Choir, Swing Choir, National Honor Society, STEM Club, and Student Council. He received an Honorable Mention-All Conference in soccer and went to state for both Percussion Ensemble and Swing Choir. “It has been a blessing to have God’s word at the center of all my classes. My teachers really cared about me and my education. Being involved in sports and music activities let me develop friendships that will last a lifetime. It also taught me to work hard and allowed to me to have fun and enjoy success at something I love doing,” he says.

In his community, he volunteered at Twice is Nice, ECHO (Everyone Cooperating to Help Others), blood drives, Lighthouse Milwaukee, and St. Matthew Oconomowoc Live Nativity.

Cichanofsky, Zachary(edited)Top 10 Zachary Cichanofsky, son of Michael and Shelly, Watertown, will attend Waukesha County Technical College to study Diesel Equipment Technology. “Long term I would like to one day have my own truck repair shop and towing services,” he says.

During high school, he has been involved with National Honor Society and volunteered at Twice as Nice. “What I like best about my Lakeside years was all of the good memories I have made. I have enjoyed taking tech ed classes and broadening my horizon in different areas, learning how to work with different tools and pieces of equipment that I have never used before,” he says. “One final thing that I liked is having Christ-centered classes.” He is active at his home church, St. Luke, Watertown, where he helps usher, videotape, and run the projector.

Gaal, Jenna(edited)Top 10 Jenna Gaal, daughter of Jeff & Jennifer, Oconomowoc, will attend UWMadison to study elementary & special education. Through her bank, she received the Educators Credit Union Scholarship and she also received the Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches Inc. Scholarship.

While at LLHS, she participated on Dance Team (senior captain), NHS (treasurer), A Cappella Choir, Swing Choir (choreographer), forensics, piano, newspaper, Operation Go mission trips, Teens for Christ, yearbook, track and field, WSMA, and helped at dance camps. She received the Christian Leadership, Dedication, and Growth Award for the 2017 fall dance season, gold and silver medals for WHSFA Forensics, State WSMA Awards, and had perfect attendance in 2014-15. She also “started the Croc trend at Lakeside,” she claims. At her home congregation, St. Matthew, she has served by playing violin for church, helping with Sunday School, and the live nativity. She also worked at Camp B.A.S.I.C. and gave studio dance lessons. “I love how Lakeside has so many considerate teachers who are passionate about their job. I also love how there is so much to get involved in, where close bonds are created all while doing something that’s enjoyable. Those Christian friendships are something that will not be taken for granted as I venture off to a public university 100 times the size of Lakeside,” she says.

Guld, Emma(edited)Top 10 Emma Guld, daughter of John and Nicole, is a member at St. Paul in Lake Mills. While at Lakeside, she participated in STEM Club, forensics, drama, Teens For Christ, cross-country, basketball, student council, NHS, and Badger Girls State. I love all the people I have met, and all of the great teachers,” she says. “A Cappella choir and Calculus class both somehow make everyday a little brighter.”

In the fall she will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College to study biology (pre-med). She received the WLC Presidential Scholarship. “I want to go to college, med-school, and then work as a dermatologist,” she says.

Koch, Kelly(edited)Valedictorian Kelly Koch, daughter of Tim and Rebecca, is a member at Trinity Lutheran Church, Watertown. She will head to UWMadison for undergraduate biology, and then a graduate in Physician Assistant Studies.

At Lakeside, Kelly participated in Volleyball, Softball, Basketball. Math Team, as a Milwaukee Lighthouse Volunteer, Twice is Nice Volunteer. National Honor Society, Teens for Christ, and youth volleyball camps. In the community, she participated in Night to Shine and Soles for Jesus, as well as a Music and Memory Program at Sylvan Crossings. At her church, she helped with their Fall Festival, Easter for Kids, and Live Nativity. She also played club volleyball and softball. “I enjoyed making so many new friends and having an awesome Christian education,” she says. “I also loved playing on the different sports teams. It was also really amazing to win State for volleyball this past fall.”

The April Student Rotarian in Lake Mills, she also received Watertown Regional Medical Center Medical Staff Scholarship. In addition to her career, she “also would love to travel around the world and help out in my community with various activities.”

Neuberger, James(edited)Valedictorian James Neuberger, son of Dan and Dawn, Lake Mills, will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College to study Biochemistry enroute to becoming a pharmacist. “One of my main goals is to find a way to make more practical drugs that people can use to help with everyday problems, while also looking for a way to use drugs and bacteriophages to combat terminal illnesses or prevent illnesses from taking a foothold in the human body.”

A National Merit Commendable Student, Neuberger received the Academic Excellence Scholarship, WLC Presidential Scholarship, WLC General Endowment Scholarship Fund, Partners in Christian Education Scholarship, Herb Kohl Excellence Scholarship, Robert Muehrcke Foundation Scholar Athlete Award, Fort Healthcare Handeyside Memorial Scholarship, Lake Mills Rotary Club Scholarship, Optimist Leadership Recipient.

While at Lakeside, he participated in cross country, basketball, soccer, and track, where he was a sectional qualifier and was on second team all-conference. He was a Badger Boys State Representative, Lake Mills Junior Rotarian, and a member of the National Honor Society. He also participated on the math team and served as a captain, academic bowl team, Teens for Christ, STEM Club, Drama and A Cappella Choir. He also had perfect attendance all four years.

In the community, he volunteered at St. Vincent DePaul, Twice is Nice, Relay for Life, Police Department Night Out Against Crime, Lake Mills Rotary Soccer Concessions, and Milwaukee Lighthouse Youth Center. At his church, St. Paul Lutheran, he helped with vacation Bible school and Advent, Lent, and Easter meals. “What I liked best about my years at Lakeside was being able to form bonds that go beyond the term of friends, as I see many of my fellow classmates as more like family to me,” he says. “It’s incredible to have the trust we have in each other and the support that we all look to provide. I never felt like I was truly alone in anything because I knew I always had my friends and teachers to back me in my endeavors.”

Taylor-Evert, Sarah(edited)Salutatorian Sarah Taylor Evert, daughter of Dave and Jennie, Beaver Dam, will attend Martin Luther College for a degree in Elementary Education. “My major goal for the future is to become an elementary school teacher.” she says. From MLC, she received the Messenger scholarship. She was also awarded the Richard and Phyllis Frederick Scholarship from the Beaver Dam Scholarship Foundation.

A member of St. Stephen’s Beaver Dam, Sarah participated in Yearbook, Handbells and sang in her church choir. Lakeside is a great school that has encouraged me to grow in my faith. The environment of the school and the friends that I have made helped make the past two years an amazing time and continue to encourage me as I grow.”

Thiele, Morgan(Edited)Top 10 Morgan Thiele, is the daughter of Dan and Teresa, Poynette. She has been accepted into the Honors College and Nurse Scholars Program at UW-Oshkosh, where she will study nursing and become a nurse practitioner or midwife.

A member at Holy Cross Lutheran in Madison, Thiele participated in National Honors Society, Teens for Christ, Forensics, STEM Club, volleyball, and track. “The last four years have been a blessing. Surrounded by Christian friends, I have built friendships that will last a lifetime. I have really appreciated knowing my teachers on a personal level and learning from them every day,” she says.

Winters, Matthias(edited)Top 10 Matthias Winters, son of Jim and Kimara, Watertown, will head to Milwaukee School of Engineering for an Industrial Engineering degree. Accepted into MSOE University Scholars Honors Program. After college, his goal “first and foremost, is to have a family,” he says. “Other goals are being an Army officer and graduating college with high honors.” Winters is the recipient of a National Army ROTC Scholarship, and he received the MSOE Academic Merit Scholarship, the Destination MSOE scholarship, MSOE Summer Programs Scholarship, and the Watertown Conservation Scholarship.

At Lakeside, Winters participated in band, choir, math team, football, NHS, piano, STEM Club, student council, and track. He received three outstanding musician awards, two second team all-conference awards in football and the WIAA Scholar-Athlete Award. At his church, St. Luke, he ushers and plays in the church band and on the softball team, “My single favorite extracurricular at Lakeside would be football,” he says. “However, I enjoyed being involved in so many different activities at the same time. It was great getting to get to know—on a more personal level—so many different types of people.”

Army ROTC Scholar at Lakeside Lutheran

Lakeside Lutheran High School announces that Matthias Winters, son of Jim and Kimara, Watertown, has been awarded a four-year Army ROTC National Scholarship to the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE).

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The scholarship includes $37,980 per year in tuition and fees, a $1,200 book allowance per year, and a monthly, tax-free stipend starting at $300 his freshman year, increasing to $500 per month his senior year. This totals more than $170,000 over four years of college. In addition to the Army ROTC scholarship, MSOE has awarded Winters credit that will cover his room and board based on his high academic standing at Lakeside Lutheran, his ACT score and his participation in STEM programming.

The primary purpose of the Army ROTC program is to produce its officers; as a national scholarship winner, Winters will decide by 2020 to serve as either an officer in the active Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard after graduation. Winters will also enroll in Army ROTC classes through MSOE, which normally involve one elective class and one lab per semester. Although the classes involve hands-on fieldwork as well as classroom work, they are standard college classes that fit into a normal academic schedule. The Army reminds candidates, “These courses can help students with personal and academic decision-making while giving them the tools to exercise leadership in college life as well as after becoming Army officers.”

Army ROTC looks for individuals who excel in the following areas: scholastics, extracurricular participation and athletic achievement, and leadership. “Matthias’ outstanding academic record and his proven leadership abilities have made him a very deserving young man,” said SFC Samuel Peschel, who presented the award at the school’s recent Academic Awards Night.

Jefferson Rotary scholarship awarded

SONY DSCEmily Weber, daughter of Jeff and Rebecca, of Helenville, was awarded a $2,000.00 Jefferson Rotary Scholarship at the recent Academic Awards Night at Lakeside Lutheran High School.
Weber was awarded the scholarship based on her academic success as well as character, leadership, and participation during her high school years, and her essay on the value of Rotary in the community and future plans regarding community service. She plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee, to study biology and business.

According to Rotary International, Rotary Clubs are committed to service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, and leadership. Supporting education is one of the six top priorities of Rotary, along with promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, and growing local economies.

Warrior Forensics 2nd at state meet

For the ninth year in a row, the Lakeside Lutheran High School Forensics team was awarded the Excellence in Speech Award for scoring in the top 5% among 341 participating high schools, placing second overall at the 123rd Wisconsin High School Forensic Association (WHSFA) State Festival at UW-Madison April 20.

 

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For the ninth straight year, the Lakeside Lutheran High School Forensics team was awarded the Excellence in Speech Award at the WHSFA Forensics State Championship on April 20. The team placed second among 341 schools participating. Pictured on the UW campus, front row, left-right: Maddie Triebold, Jenna Gaal, Abbie DiGiovanni, Annika Bilitz, Kaitlyn Gehler, Bronte Perkins, Emma Guld. 2nd row, L-R: Sophie Griffin, Maria Werre, Samantha Anderson, Morgan Thiele, Kayla Grundman, Emily Raymond, Emily Weber, Emma Hans, Megan Grambsch, Ryann Burger. 3rd row, L-R: Will Jorgensen, Brendan McKenna, Chad Nolte, Devon Perkins, Matthew Gunst, Coach Steve Lauber. Back row, L-R: Cannon Kerr, Max Thiele, Charlie Pingel, Isaiah Coleman, Connor Dobson. (Missing: Ashley McLain)

 

The UW-Madison campus hosted more than 4,300 students from across the state at this, the largest forensics festival in the state. “Students in our academic sport practice long hours to hone their skills and meet the expectations upon which they will be judged,” says WHSFA Executive Director Adam Jacobi. “These schools represent consistent performance across a variety of contest events at our festival, and should be lauded for their performance.” Competing with 340 other high schools this spring, Lakeside Lutheran returned home with 91 of a possible 100 team points to rank as one of the top two teams; Boscobel High School took first with 92 points.

At the State Festival, individual competitors receive a gold medal for a perfect score of 25, silver for a score of 23 or 24, a bronze for a score of 20-22 and a small bronze for lower scores. The whole team then receives points based on members’ individual scores, earning four points for each gold, three points for each silver, two points for each bronze and one point for each small bronze. After qualifying all 25 entries—the maximum allowable—through sub-district and district competitions, the Lakeside Lutheran competitors earned a total of 16 gold and nine silver medals at state. “Working with this dedicated group of students and seeing them progress as speakers has been very rewarding to see,” says Coach Steve Lauber.

The 16 gold medal entries include Sophia Griffin, Lodi (Solo Acting, Serious); Kaitlyn Gehler, Waterloo (Poetry); Isaiah Coleman, Watertown and Emma Guld, Lake Mills (Playacting); Charlie Pingel, Sun Prairie (Solo Acting, Serious); Ashley McLain, Juneau (Special Occasion); Matthew Gunst, Hartford (Prose); Maria Werre, Sun Prairie (Storytelling); Devon Perkins, Madison (Moments in History); Emily Weber, Helenville (Farrago); Bronte Perkins, Madison (Solo Acting, Humorous); Abbie DiGiovanni, Fort Atkinson (Solo Acting, Humorous); Megan Grambsch, Columbus (Prose); Emma Hans, Jefferson (Farrago); Annika Bilitz, Cottage Grove (Prose); Chad Nolte, Janesville (Four-Minute); Ryann Burger, Lake Mills (Poetry).

Silver medals were awarded to Emily Raymond, Sun Prairie (Solo Acting, Serious); Madelaine Triebold, Oconomowoc, and Samantha Anderson, Sun Prairie (Playacting); Kayla Grundman, Waterloo (Oratory); Max Thiele, Oconomowoc (Impromptu); Cannon Kerr, Watertown (Radio Speaking); Jenna Gaal, Oconomowoc (Four-Minute); Will Jorgensen, McFarland (Radio Speaking); Brendan McKenna, Lake Mills (Demonstration); Connor Dobson, Johnson Creek (Prose).

For more information about the WHSFA, visit whsfa.org. For more information about Lakeside Lutheran High School, contact Principal Grasby at 920-648-2321 or visit the LLHS website at llhs.org.

Lake Mills Rotary scholarship awarded

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James Neuberger, son of Dan and Dawn, of Lake Mills, was awarded a Lake Mills Rotary Scholarship at the recent Academic Awards Night at Lakeside Lutheran High School. The $750.00 award was presented to Neuberger by Greg Renz, president of the Lake Mills Rotary Club.

Neuberger was awarded the scholarship based on his academic success as well as character, leadership, and participation during his high school years, and his essay on the value of Rotary in the community and his future plans regarding community service. He plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee, to pursue a career in pre-pharmacy.

According to Rotary International, Rotary Clubs are committed to service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, and leadership. Supporting education is one of the six top priorities of Rotary, along with promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, and growing local economies. The scholarships are funded primarily through the annual Scholarship Brunch offered to the public each February.