Murphysboro High School has recognized Amy Buhman, Bria Ciganovich, Erin Cotter, Eric Finders, Cleda Grammer and Veronika Parrone for academic honors.

Buhman, 17, is an Illinois State Scholar, received first in biology at Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Regional and High Honors. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Key club, Scholar Bowl, WYSE team, band, chorus and history club.

The daughter of Steve and Linda Buhman of Murphysboro, she plans to major in zoology at SIUC.

Ciganovich, 17, is an Illinois State Scholar, Honor Marshal, received the Key Club Award for community service and the Beta Club Award for community service. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Key club, WYSE team, All-Conference cross country and track teams, All-South volleyball team and All-Tournament girl's basketball team.

The daughter of David and Cindy Ciganovich of Gorham, she plans to major in nursing at University of Illinois.

Cotter, 18, is an Illinois State Scholar, SIU Excellence Scholar, Outstanding Crimson Express 11th grader, Outstanding Crimson Express woodwind, Outstanding jazz saxophone and received High Honors. She is student council president, a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, High Schools Against Cancer, Key club, marching band and jazz band.

The daughter of John Cotter, Ann Hogan and Bonnie Swift of Murphysboro, she plans to major in secondary education in English at SIU.

Finders, 18, is an Illinois State Scholar, Indiana Pharmacists Alliance Student of the Year and received High Honors 2009-2014. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and football, basketball and track and field teams.

The son of Scott Finders and Mike and Kris Layne of Murphysboro, he plans to major in physics at Southeastern Missouri University or Maryville University.

Grammer, 18, is  a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Key club and Choir.

The daughter of Jerry and Caroline Grammer of Murphysboro, she plans to major in criminal justice at Olivet Nazarene University.

Parrone, 18, is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Scholar Bowl, student council, band and history club.

The daughter of Scott and Cynthia Parrone of Murphysboro, she plans to study psychology.

Commencement will be at 8 p.m. May 17 at Doc Bencini Field at Murphysboro High School.

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