Peninsula College announces fall quarter honor roll

Peninsula College recently released the names of Sequim-area students who made the president's list and the honor roll for the 2010 winter quarter.

To qualify for the president's list, a student must be enrolled for at least 12 quarter hours of credit in courses numbered 100 or above, receive no incompletes and earn a college grade-point average for the quarter of not less than 3.90.

Honor roll requirements are the same, except for a college-grade-point average of not less than 3.60.

Sequim students named to the president's list were William Batson, Ronald Bell, Michaela Bowlby, Shelley Brittner, Harriette Brooke, Jessica Brooks, Stacey Buxton, Matt Chagnon, James Cockburn, Donald Cundiff, Rochetta Davis, Linda Dolan, Xisa Dove, Katlyn Edwards, Halli Forsman, Jennifer Frazier, Jay Hennen, Ean Henninger, Callie Higgs, Marley Iredale, Kelvin Li, Patricia Moore, Stephanie Overby, Colleen Ozbasar, Scott Pav-kovich, Kevin Pinnell, Jacqueline Potts, William Pratt, Jennifer Schade, Amanda Schneider, William Shoemaker, Kirsten Shold, David Slater, Daniel Smith, Jared Stewart, Cherie Wasous and Elizabeth Whitmire.

Students named to the college honor roll were Annie Albright, Joseph Anastasi, Drake Apablasa, Chris Buckner, William Campbell, Gabrhea Caudill, Lisa Petrisin, Li Li Crabb, Cassandra Davidson, Amber Dewey, Candy Fitch, Samuel Fletcher, Joseph Gonce, Kelsie Habner, Karl Hatton, Scott Haynes, Ryan Hueter, Lorraine Hughes, Sha Jacobson, Melissa Karapostoles, Jin-Hua Liu, Catalina Marcial, Francis Maybury, Ryan McCarthey, Deborah McGruther, Thomas Miano, Sebastian Ostrovsky, Linzie Petersen, Josh Sayer, Kathy Shaddock, George Sierra, Holly Steele, Janice Sutherland, Nicholas Thacker, Rachel Thompson, Rachele Thrall, Rachel Torrence, Chelsea Trevenen, Erin Urquia and Chelsea Winfield.

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