Class of 2018
Celebrating more than $2.8 million in reported merit scholarships and awards, the 20 graduates in The Colorado Springs School’s Class of 2018 are prepared for a dynamic world and colleges this fall.
The Class of 2018 earned an average ACT of 28, boasted a National Merit Scholar Finalist and two Commended students. Nine students in the class were members of the Ursa chapter of the National Honor Society (as indicated by * below). Students in the class gained acceptances to 78 colleges and universities.
Students in the Class of 2018 live in 6 zip codes throughout the Pikes Peak region.
Carlos Mauricio Alas Montoya - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Lewis Stephen DeCarolis - Creighton University (College of Business Administration)
*Samantha Elena Eisenberger - University of Colorado at Boulder
*Alisa Bailey Graham - University of Denver
Jake Riley Hemsworth - University of Colorado at Boulder
*Connor Riely Jarolimek - University of Colorado at Boulder (College of Engineering & Applied Sciences)
Sarah Joan Johnson - University of Southern California (College of Letters, Arts, & Sciences)
Joseph Michael Lococo - University of Colorado at Boulder
Keyton John Loner - University of Colorado at Boulder (College of Arts & Sciences)
Adrienne Taubert Norsworthy - School of the Art Institute of Chicago
*Celeste Aragon Norsworthy - Colorado State University (College of Veterinary Med & Biomedical Sciences)
*Julia Catherine Paschal - Tufts University
*Natalie Susanne Richardi - Chapman University
*Dean Ross Taylor - University of Tulsa (College of Engineering & Applied Science)
*Jade Ashlyn Thomas - University of Denver (Division of Arts, Humanities, and social sciences)
*Emma Jewell Walker - University of Denver (Daniels College of Business and College of Theatre)
Samantha Sullivan Warhoe - Coe College (College of Education)
Annika Lyn Nielsen Wooten - The Culinary Institute of America, New York
Ian Khamsi Yazdi - Colorado School of Mines
Alec Warkentin Young - Purdue University (College of Business Administration)
Admission into special programs (listed in parentheses) denotes selective admission beyond general university admission.