Peninsula College names President’s List, Honor Roll students for winter quarter

Peninsula College recently named students on the school’s Winter 2021 Honor Roll and President’s Lists, including dozens of students from the Sequim area.

To be named to PC’s President’s List, students must earn a quarterly grade-point-average for the quarter of not less than 3.90 and complete at least 12 quarter hours of credit in courses numbered 100 or above. Students on the Honor Roll meet the same criteria but with grade-point-averages of 3.60-3.89.

Sequim-area students named to the college’s President’s List are: Alyssa Alcaraz, Rachel Anderson, Moriah Beglyakov, Abigail Benjamin, Kelley Bluthenthal, Nicholas Boss, Mary Boyce, Jessica Brantley, Beverly Buck, Sally Cays, Amanda Campbell, Bailey Cordle, Isaiah Dewan, Bailey Dunning, Abigail Fierro-Burdick, Amanda Florea, Amber Freeman, Alexis Gale, Julie Haley, Donika Huls, Maria Rowena Jackson, Marina Jacobs, Jacob King, Ryan Lang, Lori Larson, Benjamin Lohrmann, Carl McNair, Shannon McNamara, Kendall Melton, Kyle Morton, Adam Nivens, Thera Owens, Kelley Peterson, Taylor Peterson, Shad Pickens, William Plasch, Melissa Reyes, Jacob Robins, Amanda Rodriguez, Kylynn Stringer, Jessica Sweeney, Juliane Toth, Kaitlyn Viada, Lauren Wallenfang, Clover Ware-Fell, Amanda Weller, Zachary Whitman and Yang Zhang.

Sequim-area students named to the college’s Honor Roll are: Kelsi Bergesen, Petra Bernsten, Ryllie Broker, Alex Cady, Alicia Ann Clark, Anthony Cortani, Reilley Gaytan, Chelsey Gruenes, Caylie Hammond-Neske, Amanda He, Jordan Hegtvedt, Hannah Johnson, William Johnson, Megan Jones, Kayla Logan, Julie McCoy, Robin Worth Mcintyre, Lillian McNair, Erin Rosengren, Kyle Rosengren, Taig Wiker, Elizabeth Skov, Meili Snedeger, Joshua Sund, Kelsey Trester, Taig Wiker and John Zeller.

At graduation, a student who completes a degree having earned 45 college level credits at Peninsula College with a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.85 or higher is awarded the President’s Medal for scholarly excellence.

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