Over half of all Roosevelt Middle School students who took the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) in January scored at least 500 on either the verbal or math portions of the exam. On May 3 those 59 students were honored at a program at Park Junior High School in LaGrange Park. The program was sponsored by the West Suburban Consortium for Academic Excellence, a group of 16 high-performing west suburban school districts.
Two Roosevelt students received high honors from the consortium, including Andrew Wang, for math and Rose Sloan for verbal as well as the composite score honor.
Other students honored were Caleb Allan, Meghan Angelos, Helen Beilinson, Kristin Binder, Leah Black, Laura Brennan, Robert Buckley, Alison Coogan, Elizabeth Crowell, Anna DeLaCotera, Kelsey Dixon, Zachary Duey, Erik Eggertsen, Gina Feracota, Nathan Geldner, Sara Goelzer, Sarah Green, James Hanley, William Hardwicke, Mackenzie Harris, David Johnston, Lindsey Jones, David Kangmeng, Matthew Kelly, Caroline Kenworthy, Saskia Kiell, Julie Klock, Calvin Kooken, Johan Krijssen, Jenny Linder, Kate Liu, Jingyi Liu, Caroline Meister, William Michaels, Gisella Newbery, Brandon Noland, Margaret O’Brien, Jiana Odland, McClean Peterson, Hannah Press, Clare Quinn, Wendy Raymond, Victoria Raymond, Rachel Silverman, Abigail Simon, Conor Skelding, Rose Sloan, Leah Soffer, Emily Tucker, Nicholas VerHalen, Francesca Voci, Katrina Vogel, Andrew Wang, Grahame Watt, Benjamin Wilks, Caroline Wood, Adam Wood, Marek Zurowski, Joseph Zyler.