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Peninsula College lists Honor Roll for winter quarter

 

Peninsula College recently released the names of students from the Sequim area who made the president’s list and the honor roll for the 2013 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 GPA of not less than 3.60.
Sequim-area students named to the president’s list include Shana Anderson, Jennifer Beckett, Raymond Borgen, Daniel Brooks, Aran Burke, Jacob Cumley, Taya Dancel, Asa Davidson, Christopher Enges, Daniel Fink, Shawn Germeaux, Hannah Gish, Dawn Henderson, Dwight Hoyle, Phillip Kemp, Grace Koenigsaecker, Sarah Lawrence, Sarah Moss, Koshin Ono, Idris Ostrovsky, Danielle Parsinen, Heidi Redfield, Brianne Reed, Glenn Smith, Mary Snodgrass, Richard Stumbaugh, Brandon Taft, Karen Thomas, Jason Trammell, Justin Vanbuskirk and Ryan Woods.
Students named to the honor roll include Debbie Austin, Will Baker, Mark Baldassaare, Philip Bishop, Sage Brown, Ashleigh Clark, Candis Conley, Dave Cote, James Countryman, Gary Eddy, Danna Ferstle, Eric Germeaux, Jordon Goodman, Talece Graham, Jason Grimes, Alyssa Habner, James Hall, Hatsuyo Harbord, Daniel Hasbrouck, Emily Heike, Devon Hall, John Kaleo, Mary King, Luke Kisena, Trent Lacour, Scott Lester, John Levien, Amy McAndie, Ian McAndie, Natalie McMurray, Angelina Morris-Morales, Roy Munoz, Katie Oliver, Dale Parks, Kyrie-Anne Reyes, Dennis Rix, Rickey Roberts, Ka Lik Sin, Jennifer Thompson, Rachel Thompson, Sandralee Wasous, Rex Welch and Barbara West.
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