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Bethel Park High School Recognizes Students At Awards Night

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Bethel Park High School hosted its annual Awards and Recognition Night to present scholarships to members of the Class of 2019 and to recognize students for academic achievement.

      
Awards and scholarships were presented to:
 
•      Tiger Burkes – John Deans Memorial Scholarship
•      Alexa Sepesky – Kramer Family Scholarship
•      Jared Yantek – One of Us Scholarship
•      Randon Allsopp – Michael J. Furey Memorial Scholarship
•      Desiree Saether – Frank L.P. Edwards Scholarship
•      Tanya Holbert – Bethel Park Volunteer Scholarship
•      Alexa Barrett and Alexa Will – Abraham Lincoln PTO Scholarship
•      Regan Gray – Bethel Park Woman’s Club Scholarship
•      Eliza Albenze – Upper St. Clair/Bethel Park Rotary Club “Service Above Self” Award
•      Jerry Varghese – American Legion Post 760 Son’s Scholarship
•      Emma Petrick and Anton Yanovich – American Legion Post 760 Rider’s Senior Essay
•      William Martin-Farmer, Caleb Shook, Toby Roule and Lily Wilson – Hometown Hi-Q Team Recognition
•      Jillian Sullivan and Jerry Varghese – Speech and Debate Team Recognition
•      Regan Gray, Patra Hsu and Julianne Stein – Blue Sky Closing Services Scholarship
•      Anthony Lucchitti and Ryan Tischler – Rotary Club of Bethel Park Robert Brindley Memorial Scholarship
•      Anna Richard – Horatio Alger Scholarship
•      Tyler Andreis – Bethel Park Lions Club Scholarship
•      Lauren Wandel – Bethel Bakery Scholarship
•      Jessica Hoppe – Rosemary Gainar Memorial Scholarship
•      Tiger Burkes – Black Association of South Hills for Women Scholarship
•      Tiger Burkes – Mitch Hakeem Memorial Scholarship
•      Kelly Shelpman – Ken Waldie Memorial Scholarship
•      Sarah Thompson – Army ROTC Scholarship
•      Blake Hagerty – Angel F. Miranda Achievement Award
•      Victoria Slawinski – Chick Evans Scholarship for Caddies
•      Lindsay Pfab and Desiree Saether – Seton Hill University Scholarships
•      Ian Materkowski, Emily Blum, Riley Gloeckl, Isaac Wittkopp, Zachary Janus, Julie Brooks and Anna Miklos – California University of Pennsylvania Scholarships
•      Macey McKinney – Edinboro University Scholarship
•      Angeline Lorenz  and Alexa Sepesky – Bethel Park Federation of Teachers Scholarship
•      Isabella Sciullo and Jerry Varghese – National Honor Society Scholarships
•      Rosie Dailey, Anthony Lucchitti, Jerry Varghese, Alexa Barrett, Nicholas Guimond, Patra Hsu, Abigail Kauric, Blake McGee and Julianne Stein – Student Council Recognition
•      Joseph Bilski, Julia Herrman and Jerry Varghese – National Merit Scholarship Commended Students
•      Molly Hoffman – Brown University Book Award
•      Lily Wilson – Princeton Book Award
•      Lily Wilson – Harvard Book Award
•      Alexander Mullen and Victoria Slawinski – Benjamin Franklin PTO Scholarship
•      Maggie Fertal – Bethel Park Kiwanis Scholarship
•      Tanya Holbert – Lois Johnson Learning and Childcare Scholarship
•      Maria Cerro and Jake Dowell – WPIAL Scholar/Athlete Recognition
•      Gavin Julian-Behr and Michaella Crum – South Hills Area School District Association Award
•      Lauryn Fusca, Kiersten Schultz and Ryan Tischler – Principals Advisory Council for Students Scholarship
•      Eliza Albenze – Jennifer A. Morgan Memorial Scholarship
•      Jenelle Wu – Sydney Romanus Memorial Scholarship
•      Kelly Shelpman and Sarah Thompson – Dr. Thomas A. Knight Memorial Scholarship
•      Lauryn Fusca and Brooke Waldo – Irene Uhrik Boone Memorial Scholarship
•      Sarah Thompson – Dr. James B. Johnston Scholarship
•      Anthony Lucchitti – Spirit Award
•      Jerry Varghese – Salutatorian
•      Will Coplan – Valedictorian
 
Additionally 198 Honor Cords were distributed to the students who will be graduating with a minimum 3.5 QPA.  Certificates were also presented to students who earned college scholarships that were not formally presented during the Awards Program.
 
Please click here to see some photos from the evening.