Peninsula College announces fall 2020 Honor Roll, President’s list

Peninsula College representatives named its Honor Roll and President’s List for fall quarter 2020.

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: Alyssa Alcaraz, Steven Alves, Abigail Benjamin, Kelsi Bergesen, Kelley Bluthenthal, Mary Boyce, Kyle Brooks, Beverly Buck, Amanda Campbell, Mary Cole, Bailey Dunning, Simon Eisenbeisz, Amanda Florea, Alexis Gale, Sydney Hastings, Amanda He, Aidan Henninger, Macy King, Jacob King, Janice Krogh, Ryan Lang, Emily Matthiessen, Carl McNair, Lillian McNair, Shannon McNamara, Braydon Metzger, Kyle Morton, Joshua Nestor, Taylor Peterson, Shad Pickens, Melissa Reyes, Amanda Rodriguez, Jade Senner, Kylynn Stringer, Joshua Sund, Jessica Sweeney, John Teal, Kaitlyn Viada, Amanda Weller, Zachary Whitman, John Zeller and Yang Zhang.

Sequim-area students named to the Honor Roll include: Rachel Anderson, Moriah Beglyakov, Diamond Burrus, Bailey Cordle, Anthony Cortani, Cole Douglas, Amber Freeman, Brittney Gale, Isabel Gallegos, Hope Glasser, Chelsey Gruenes, Julie Haley, Jordan Hegtvedt, Skye Henning, Janel Howat, Marina Jacobs, Hannah Johnson, Megan Jones, Katarina King, Gabriela Lahmeyer, Kaitlin Lockington, Benjamin Lohrmann, Theodore McMurray, Kendall Melton, Nicole Moran, Hoa Nguyen, Thera Owens, William Plasch, Veronica Preciado, Jacob Robins, Kyle Rosengren, Elizabeth Skov, Westley Smith, William Stokes, Dana Thompson, Juliane Toth, Kale Vass, Hannah Wagner, Camryn Wallen, Lauren Wallenfang, Clover Ware-Fell, Jade Webb, Melinda Wickert, Robin Mcintyre and Aryona Zappey.

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