Twenty-six Michigan City High School juniors and seniors were rewarded with checks from the University of Notre Dame this week, receiving $100 for each Advanced Placement Math, English, and Science test they passed with a score of 3 or higher last spring. An additional 20 MCHS graduates also received the checks. The payments were student incentives provided by the University through its AP TIP-IN (AP Teacher Investment Program for Indiana) program, which also supports MCHS with teacher training, Saturday seminars for students, and other resources. MCHS was named AP TIP-IN School of the Year last year in recognition of its recent successes in Advanced Placement. AP courses provide students rigorous, college-level curricula; universities around the world recognize AP exam scores for admission, credit, and placement.
Students that earned checks:
(Current Students): Logan Dwornik, Erica Galindo, Michael Lakin, Connor Baker, Xavier Bennett, Dasani Cleveland, Evan Ewy, Caden Glenn, Peter Gondeck, Nick Gushrowski, Alexandria Hahn, Joshua Hensell, Elliot Jasicki, Makayla Johnson, Olivia Leary, Anna-Liese Lenard, Savannah Lowe, Amanda Ochoa, Jedediah Ottersen, Kaitlyn Pollock, Sara Poulin, Julianna Schooley, Omar Serrano, Megan Steinheiser, Michael Thomas, Zoie Zaknoun
(2019 Graduates): Ethan Ash, Evangelea Dabagia, Jenna Dawson, Emily Gushrowski, Erik Hultgren, Jacob Jones, Thomas Komay, Bailee Laux, Sydney Merrill, Julia Miller, Jacob Pace, Natalie Parker, Aika Patejdl, Emma Sells, Stephanie Serrano, Tyler Siegmund, Jasmine Williams, Adnie Wilson, Grace Wyness, Dominic Yanke.