Glenview Patch Honors High School Graduates: Class Of 2020

Eric DeGrechie

GLENVIEW, IL — Glenview Patch wants to share the achievements of local high school graduates by putting them in the spotlight over the next few weeks. Due to the coronavirus, in-person instruction has canceled the rest of the 2019-2020 school year in Illinois. We know these wonderful seniors are missing out on some of the last moments of the school year.

We hope that this will give the community a way to share their pride in our Class of 2020 high school graduates. You can find the form here if you'd like to add your graduate. Patch will be updating this form until May 31.

Here are a few more Glenview Class of 2020 high school graduates:

Ashley Ryno, Glenbrook South High School

Ashley plays tennis, is a member of Circle of Friends and Peer Mentoring. She will attend the University of Missouri for education/special education.

Message from the family: "Ashley, Congratulations!!!! We are so proud of all you have accomplished in these last 4 years. We are proud of your school accomplishments, but even more proud of the compassionate person you, the kindness you show, and the desire are and your desire you have to help others. You have made parenting very easy. We can't wait to be apart of this next chapter!! We love you with all our hearts. Love, Momma & Daddy"

Kevin Becker, Glenbrook South

Kevin's interests include swimming, TV class and band. He will attend American University.

Message from the family: "Wishing you an amazing future."

Sarah Eshoo, Glenbrook South

Sarah was a member of poms and will attend Marquette University.

Message from the family: "Congratulations! We’re so proud of you. Love Mom, Dad, Emma and Rachel"

Benjy Kurcz, Glenbrook South

Photo submitted by Pam Kurcz

Benjy will be attending Vanderbilt University.

Message from the family: "Congratulations Benjy! We are so proud of you and can’t wait for you to begin this next chapter of your life."

John Christ, Glenbrook South

John has taken AP and honors classes all four years. He also had several radio shows. Played football all four years. He accepted a scholarship at Texas Christian University.

Message from the family: "John you were our miracle and you just keep blessing us with your amazing compassion and your drive we are truly blessed."

We will be running a new group each day as long as we receive submissions. Below is a link to the original story in case you missed it and where we've compiled all of them together. Thanks again for sending them in.

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This article originally appeared on the Glenview Patch