Recognizing Our Purgolder Scholars!
National Merit Scholarship
Congratulations, Eleanor Dillenburg, who met the requirements to enter the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program, showing outstanding academic potential. From more than 1.5 million program entrants, Ellie is among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants who will be recognized in the fall. She will compete for the Merit Scholarship award, offered in 2021.
World Language Honor Society 2020 Inductees
Congratulation to the 2020 Spanish, French, and Southeast Asian Languages Honor Society Inductees!
Spanish Honor Society
French Honor Society
Abresch, Inde
Allen, Gordon
Aroonsavath, Savannah
Askling, Sam
Boone, Destiny
Bower, Zach
Braddock, Béla
Cann, Samuel
Chambers, Emma
Cody, Rowan
Cooper, Rose
Darboe, Abubacarr
Dolan-Gaschignard, Sabine
Entenmann, Nancy
Fisher, Elena
Gartner, Holly
Gillian-Daniel, Hannah
Gunter, Isabella
Hanser, Nicole
Hassell, Jaila
Hendrickson, Lukas
Herrera, Darwin
Hilgers, Benjamin
Husson, Jesse
Huttleston, William
Ihlenfeld Paulson, Sitara
Keckhaver, Annika
Kovacs, Trinity
Kudzin, Mantas
Loch, Katelin
Lockridge, Farren
Loeb, Benno
Mager, Lillian
Malterer, Massi
Manneh, Ya Haddy
Matthews, Ya Haddy
Monat, Eliana
Mulhern, Eamonn
Nettleton, Jasper
Olmanson, Hypatia
Onabule, Adewole
Patterson, Eden
Paz, Aleecia
Peterson, Haylee
Pipson, Silas
Prado Carvajal, Harvey
Puleo, Celia
Reinders, Owen
Rettmann, Malachi
Rickert, Samuel
Ritz, Eric
Rodriquez, Olivia
Sather-Goldman, Alexa
Scateni, Catherine
Seip, Isaac
Servillon, Maverick John
Shriver, Ana
Simkin, Aidan
Sowers, Madeline
Stabler, Brooklyn
Swenson, Maria
Trimbell, Lindsay
Wiebel, Sierra
Williams, Alma
Yandell, Sarah
Yang, Kayeng
Alexander, Benjamin
Anderson, Brandon
Bottari, Whitman
Hernandez-Ruiz, Michel
Johnson, Holly
Krueger, Ethan
Lee, Freya
Lenius, Victoria
LePlae, Emile
Lukas, Irini
Malterer, Alessandro
Maurer, Jack
McCarthy, Sinead
Miranda-Naxi, Diana
Nowicki, Rowan
Panofsky, Sylvie
Tecuanhuehue, Kimberly

Southeast Asian Honor Society

Her, Suchart
Thao, Mua Chimeng
Xiong, Jordan
Day of Silence
Friday, April 24th was GLSEN’s National Day of Silence, a national student-led demonstration where LGBTQ+ students and allies take a vow of silence to protest the harmful effects of harassment and discrimination of LGBTQ+ people in schools. Usually, students go through the school day without speaking, ending the day with Breaking the Silence rallies and events to share their experiences during the protest and bring attention to ways their schools and communities can become more inclusive. Thank you to all who participated in this year's virtual Day of Silence. At East, we know that it’s our differences that make our community what it is. We become stronger from acknowledging our differences, learning from each other and growing together. We stand with our LGBTQ+ students!