Class of 2018 Top Ten - Week 3

Class of 2018 Top Ten - Week 3

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 Top Ten!


For the next five weeks, we will showcase the students who, through their hard work and dedication, are graduating at the top of their class.

6: Logan Wolf

Acceptances:   Butler University, Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, Centre College, University of Cincinnati, University of Dayton, and Ohio Wesleyan University
College and Major:  Centre College – Economics & Finance and International Relations
Total Scholarships Offered:  $392,000

Logan is excited to continue his football career with Colonels next year. “I really liked the coaches at Centre. They seemed more genuine, compared to a few other programs I was recruited to play at – it just felt like the right place for me.”

When asked what he is most looking forward to next year, Logan quipped, “More sleep. My classes don’t start until 10:0 A.M., so it will be nice to sleep in.” With double majoring and playing football, good luck with the more sleep thing.
Centre College also stood out because of the travel abroad opportunities, which he fell in love with after the pilgrimage to Assisi and Rome. 

Logan is going to miss his diverse group of friends at Roger Bacon, “I am kind of a nerd and an athlete. It allowed me to make friends in all the different angles in my life.”

5: Teresa Weickert

Acceptances:  Christian Brothers University, Seton Hill University
College and Major:  Seton Hill University – Biology & Chemistry - LECOM
Total Scholarships Offered:  $290,000

Teresa will also be a student – athlete next year at DII Seton Hill University in Pittsburgh. “I’m excited to continue playing volleyball at the next level. The school had a great, small atmosphere. It will allow me to know people rather than walk through a big campus full of random faces.”

She also chose Seton Hill for the medical school opportunity through the LECOM program. The LECOM program interviews high school seniors and current college students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. If the applicant attends a sponsored university, meets certain criteria on their SAT, ACT, GPA and are selected after an interview process, they could receive an early acceptance into the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Program.

Teresa feels that Roger Bacon has helped prepare her for success in college and eventually med school by teaching her to be flexible, “You need to roll with the punches and make the most of it. Always try to find the positive in everything.”


Click here to view Week 1 - Grace and Jess

Click here to view Week 2 - Lili and Bridget