Danielle Duley of Muskego earned his doctorate in physical therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., in May.
Dayton Young of Muskego earned a bachelor's degree in economics and politics cum laude from Lake Forest College in Illinois in May.
Lauren Still of Muskego earned her bachelor's degree in communication/public relations cum laude from Carthage College in Kenosha in May.
Matthew Evans of Muskego and Andrew Imp of New Berlin earned bachelor's degrees, Imp cum laude, from St. Norbert College in De Pere in May.
Abigail Gillett of New Berlin made the spring semester dean's list at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill.
Eric Oberst of New Berlin made the spring semester dean's list at the University of Indianapolis in Indiana.
The following graduates earned bachelor's degrees, or other degrees as noted, from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in May: from Muskego, Lauren Berkholtz, master's degree in accounting, Nicholas Johnson, accounting, cum laude, Daniel Koney, sociology, cum laude, Natalie Kotnik, art, Kevin Luling, operations and supply chain management, Lauren Mulder, elementary education, cum laude, Bryan Oleniczak, mathematics, and Justin Whitehouse, entrepreneurship, cum laude; and from New Berlin, Jacob Beres, accounting, magna cum laude, Claire Broadwell, operations and supply chain management, Johnstanley Chris-Ukah, biology, magna cum laude, Megan Ciesielczyk, elementary education, Ann Grob, psychology, Eric Grosskreutz, accounting, cum laude, Kathleen Harty, marketing, magna cum laude, Daniel Hogan, public policy and administration, Sara Holtzman, biology, cum laude, Benjamin Irwin, master's in school business management, Ty Johnson, business, cum laude, Ryan Kleefisch, master's in accounting, Brittany Kutchera, speech, Anthony Llewellyn, journalism, Katelyn Mack, communicative sciences and disorders, cum laude, Jennifer Murphy, speech, Alexandra Muscato, psychology, cum laude, David Peters, management, summa cum laude, Cody Schneider, master's in accounting, Matthew Strebig, operations and supply chain management, Erin Thuecks, master's in business administration, Lauren Tkachuk, communicative sciences and disorders, summa cum laude, and Ryan Zacharisen, sociology.
The following graduates earned National Merit scholarships financed by colleges and universities based on their scores on the 2010 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test: from Muskego, Nicholas Klinka, Louisiana State University, and Nicholas Spoerk, the University of Wisconsin-Madison; and from New Berlin, Gregory Hartmann, the University of Cincinnati, and Jeffrey Meitler, Calvin College in Michigan.
Kristin Hesselbach, Eisenhower High School student, has been accepted into the National Society of High School Scholars.
Haley Couillard, 10, of New Berlin, is one of five children and teens from the Milwaukee area recognized by the Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program with $1,000 scholarships toward postsecondary education for making a positive impact in their communities through volunteerism. After being crowned Miss Wisconsin Pre-Teen, Haley became involved in many charities, including donating thousands of stuffed animals to Goodwill and helping to organize and donate more than $3,000 in care packages for the troops overseas.
Abigail Radish of Muskego, a 2012 graduate of Catholic Memorial High School, has been awarded a Heritage Scholarship to attend Mount Mary College for the 2012-13 school year.
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