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Students recognized as outstanding CAPP grads
The 2015 Monroe High School CAPP Scholars, recognized for their success in German, Spanish, and Personal Finance, are, from left, Monica Sefcik, Kelley Baumann, Ramsey Benkert, Joel Frankford, Erin Gellings, Matt Miller and Emily Frankowski (not pictured). (Photo supplied)
MONROE - The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Cooperative Academic Partnership Program and Monroe High School recently recognized their outstanding 2015 CAPP graduates with the CAPP Distinguished Scholar Award. This award is given to high school students enrolled in CAPP courses that maintain a GPA of 3.75 or higher. Recipients demonstrate academic excellence through their ability to maintain a high GPA, while pursuing college coursework.