VALEDICTORIAN: Philip Latorre
SALUTATORIAN: Elise Ward
ST. FRANCIS TOP 10 (In alphabetical order)
- Emily Butz
- Ella Champagne
- Alyssa Falco
- Madelyn Hoden
- Philip Latorre
- Owen Long
- Gabrielle Rodriguez
- Elise Ward
- Mahlana Wolf
- Isabella Zielinski
DEPARTMENTAL & SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS
- Business: Ashley Izban
- Technology: Matthew Marsico
- English: Philip Latorre
- English: Bella Zielinski
- Art: Claire Dietz
- Band: Timothy Kasprzak
- Choir: Ella Schroeder
- Theatre: Caitlin Llewelyn
- Fine Arts For Achievement in Performing & Visual Arts: Gavin Kowalski
- French: Lani Wolf
- Spanish: Philip Latorre
- Chinese: Colin Koprowski
- Citizen of the World: Andre Diaz Gonzalez
- Mathematics: Philip Latorre
- Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Gaby Rodriguez
- Physical Education and Health: Colin Koprowski
- Physical Education and Health: Bridget Kenny
- Religion: Maggie Popow
- Science: Philip Latorre
- Science: Emily Butz
- Social Studies: Evan Gjerde
- Social Studies : Ella Champagne
- Pastoral Ministry: Vivian Pearson
- Athlete of the Year: Connor Shields
- Athlete of the Year: Katherine Lilly
- President's Award: Andrew Hernandez
- Principal's Award: Isabella Zielinski
- Spartan Award: Timothy Kasprzak
ACADEMIC, LEADERSHIP, CITIZENSHIP & SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
ILLINOIS COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS AWARD
The winner of this award excels in and has displayed a passion for mathematics through four years of participation on math team. They share their enthusiasm for math through team leadership and tutoring.
FERMILAB SCIENCE AWARD
Aidan Johnson & Amanda Schoaf
Two students who excel in science and plan to pursue a career in science are selected by the Science Department.
IHSA ALL-STATE ACADEMIC TEAM NOMINEES
Honorable Mention: Alyssa Falco
Two students are nominated each year who have at least a 3.5 GPA and have participated in two IHSA-sponsored sports or activities. These students exemplify excellence in academic and athletic performance.
KIDSMATTER NAPERVILLE YOUTH SERVICE AWARD
A long-standing tradition of recognizing teens in the Naperville community who have made a difference by helping area nonprofits. Students are nominated by nonprofit organizations, and Naperville Mayor Chirico presents each student with the award.
HEISMAN HIGH SCHOOL AWARD
This award recognizes students for their outstanding scholarship, leadership, athletic accomplishment, character, and service to the school and community.
D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN: Timothy Kasprzak, Scholarship Winner
S.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN: Connor Shields
These awards have a two-step nomination process. First, faculty nominate students who exemplify the qualities of scholarship, leadership, character, service, and patriotism. Then, the senior class votes to select the final winners.
AMERICAN LEGION GOOD CITIZEN AWARD
MEDAL WINNERS: Isabella Zielinski & Timothy Kasprzak
HONORABLE MENTION: Amari Talluri-Boye & Philip Latorre
These awards have a two-step nomination process. First, faculty are asked to nominate students who exemplify the qualities of leadership, courage, honor, patriotism, scholarship, and service. Then, the senior class votes to select the final winners.
PAX CHRISTI OF ILLINOIS & DIOCESE OF JOLIET INSTRUMENT OF PEACE AWARD
Lucy Vung Nu
This award is presented to one student each year to recognize their efforts to work to establish peace, respect for human rights, and justice and reconciliation throughout our country and the world.
WHEATON GOOD CITIZEN AWARD
Lucy Vung Nu
This award recognizes Wheaton residents who have done a great deal of volunteer service to benefit the community of Wheaton.
COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM EXCELLENCE AWARD
Samuel Andrzejewski & Philip Latorre
This award recognizes students who attain the highest possible ACT score of 36 or SAT score of 1600.
SCHOLARSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD
Emily Butz, Nicole Khawl, Abigail Lopez, Roseanne Mendoza, Lucy Vung Nu
This award recognizes students who have received a full tuition scholarship or a scholarship of $35,000 or more per year and have accepted that scholarship offer.
NATIONAL HISPANIC RECOGNITION PROGRAM
This program celebrates outstanding high school students who identify as Hispanic or Latino, based on their performance on the PSAT, along with their academic achievement.
NATIONAL MERIT AWARDS
The National Merit Scholarship Program recognizes students for outstanding academic achievement, PSAT, and SAT scores.
COMMENDED STUDENTS: Students who score in the top 2-5% on the PSAT
Samuel Andrzejewski, Ella Champagne, Owen Long, Elise Ward, Samuel Wessel, Mahlana Wolf, Isabella Zielinski
FINALISTS: Students who score in the top 1% on their PSAT are selected as semifinalists
and complete an additional application to become National Merit Finalists: Emily Butz, Madelyn Hoden, Philip Latorre, Connor Shields