- Zion-Benton Township High School
Class of 2022 Senior Honors & Awards Program
Congratulations to the Class of 2022. The annual District 126 Senior Honors & Awards Program occurred on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. During this awards program, seniors were recognized for their academic achievement.
The event was held in the South Commons and Performing Arts Center at Zion-Benton High School.
Use this link to access the Class or 2022 Honors and Awards Program
The Class of 2022 Senior Honors & Awards Program will be streamed live. Use this link: https://youtu.be/yccg9Xq02FQ
Use this link to access the Class of 2022 Honors and Awards Slideshow used during the program.
Awards were presented for the following accomplishments:
- Gold cords are for Summa Cum Laude which recognizes GPAs of 4.0 and above.
- Silver cords are for Magna Cum Laude which recognizes GPAs of 3.75 to 3.99.
- Bronze cords are for Cum Laude which recognizes GPAs of 3.5 to 3.74.
- Members of the National Honor Society will be presented with Bright Gold cords
- ZB class officers will be awarded White cords for their dedicated service to the Class of 2021.
- Maroon and White cords will be presented to students that have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above AND who met or exceeded the college readiness standards on the SAT.
- The Presidential Award for Educational Excellence will be awarded to students who are SUMMA CUM LAUDE AND have achieved a composite score of 1320 or higher on the SAT. They will receive a Presidential Award for Educational Excellence certificate and a pin.
- Students who improved their SAT Score from their 9th grade PSAT to their 11th grade SAT by 150 points will be receiving the Presidential Award for Achievement. They will also receive a certificate and a pin.
- The Illinois State Scholar Program recognizes students throughout the state of Illinois for outstanding academic achievement, as a result of finishing their high school career in the top half of their graduating class and/or scoring in the 95th percentile on the ACT or SAT. Students will receive a certificate of achievement.
Several students will also be receiving monetary scholarships from community members and community organizations. District 126 is very grateful to the benefactors for their partnership and generosity.