ETHS Students Honored with African American Youth Achievement Awards

Evanston Township High School District presented the awards to 38 students.


Evanston Township High School District 202 recently honored 38 African-American students from public schools in Evanston and Skokie for their daily actions that pay homage to the visions and legacy of African-American pioneers and pathfinders, according to the school’s website. 

Part of a Black History Month initiative, African American Youth Achievement Award recipients excel in one of the following categories: character, civility, community service, leadership, scholarship or sportsmanship. 

2013 African American Youth Achievement Award Recipients

Evanston Township High School

  • Randall Foreman
  • Francesca Frost
  • William Jones
  • Katie Lifanda
  • Kianna Moore
  • Ange Ngongang
  • Andre Wallace
  • Ella-Marie West 

Bessie Rhodes School

  • Ryan Nicole Johnson
  • Matthew Webley

Chute Middle School 

  • Alex Moore
  • Laurianne Pene 

Dawes School

  • Jacquelyn Baker
  • Antonio Smith 

Dewey School

  • Hannah Hunter
  • Michael Lichtfuss 

Haven Middle School 

  • Bryce Bias
  • Nora Robinson 

King Lab School

  • Tauja Foreman
  • Elyjah Williams 

Kingsley School 

  • Shanice Greene
  • Damon Triplett

Lincoln School

  • Stephon Bowden
  • Sophia Brown

Lincolnwood School

  • Trinity J. Jenkins
  • Titus Ogungbemi

Nichols Middle School 

  • Michael Henry
  • Darice Wheeler

Oakton School 

  • Mecari Macon
  • Eric Mitchell

Orrington School 

  • Tyler Mayne
  • Johnathon Lucas-Tolbert

Walker School 

  • Amen Ausar
  • Morgan Riley

Washington School 

  • Isaiah Edmond
  • Jada Hamer

Willard School 

  • Elijah Gist
  • Ariana Mitchell


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