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Education – Spencer Scarvey name Presidential Scholar at University of Georgia

Spencer Catherine Scarvey has been named a Presidential Scholar at the University of Georgia for the spring 2009 semester. Scarvey has been recognized for the second consecutive semester.
To be named a Presidential Scholar, a student must have achieved a grade point average of 4.0 during the preceding semester and have earned at least 14 hours, with a minimum of 12 hours in courses graded A-F.
A genetics major with an interest in pharmacy as a career choice, Scarvey is an active participant in the Honors Program at UGA and holds a Charter Scholarship. She has also been selected to serve as a resident assistant for the 2009-2010 school year. She is the sister of Quinn Scarvey and the daughter of Dave and Katie Scarvey of Salisbury.
Latin recognition
Several students in the Rowan County Home School Association recently received certificates of achievement from the Christian Latin Society for completing studies in the Latina Christiana curriculum.
Those completing Book I were Toby Cavalier, Tripp Oliphant, Haley Howard, Anna Fisher and Jeremy Morris. Those completing Book II were Seth Davis, Kasey Johnson, Ashlyn Heidt and Brad Clark.
Latina Christiana is an ecclesiastical Latin curriculum for the upper elementary/junior high grades, preparing students for studies at the high school level. Their magistra was Diana Young.
Dean’s list
SAVANNAH, Ga. ó The following local students were named to the dean’s list at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga., for winter quarter 2008.
Full-time undergraduate students who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or above for the quarter receive recognition on the dean’s list.
– Erin Marie Wootten of Salisbury is seeking a bachelor of fine arts degree from the School of Design.
– Holly Irene Sexton of Salisbury is seeking a bachelor of fine arts degree from the School of Design.
University of Vermont
Michelle Smith of Landis received a bachelor of arts degree in sociology within the College of Arts & Sciences during May commencement ceremonies at the University of Vermont.
Rockwell honor roll
Rockwell Elementary School All-A report cards:
Third grade: Cassidy Allen, Chandler Antosek, Tanner Basinger, Hannah Burch, Sara Coello, Jordan Dyer, Brittany Earnhardt, Sean Incardona, Jacob Kepley, Seth LaMarre, Noah Marshall, Landon Ridgell, Alexa Pipe, Rachel O’Neill, Matthew Myers, Cortney Miller, Haley Loflin, Matthew Kimrey, Bryson Sprinkle, Megan Stoner, Chase Whitley, Macartney Wyatt.
Fourth grade: Doran Blackmon, Elizabeth Dyer, Sabrina Harkey, Kaylee Henley, Madison Hunter, Tyrrell Keim, Nicholas Lyerly, Devin Safrit, Madalyn Swaringen, Shelby Wiseman.
Fifth grade: Laura Agner, Hailee Buffett, Susan Barker Fowler, Addison Fry, Montana Kimrey, Daniel Troutman, Ilya Wang, Ryann Wright.
Enochville honor roll
Enochville Elementary School recognizes its fourth quarter honor roll students.
Third grade: Jessica Sykes, Morgan Brown, Alecia Hall, Holiday Harvey.
Fourth grade: Laken Garney, Cameron Corriher.
Fifth grade: Jessica Hackworth, Logan Isaacs, Brittany Lucky, Savannah Mesimer, Savannah Presley, Hunter Ratliff.
Landis honor roll
The following students have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth quarter at Landis Elementary School:
Third grade: Meggan Dancy, Jesse Peterson, James Robinson, Brooke Royal, Josh Ward, Logan Weaver, Daniel Upright, Taylor Morgan, Taylor Wiggins, John Jones, Addison Wise, Brett Amburn, Anna Gobble, Bailey Graham, Matthew Donahue, Raquel Landaverde, James Stepp and Allison Smith.
Fourth grade: Cheyenne Hunter, Andrew Hubbard, Reagan Page, Landon Johnson and Adrian Figueroa.
Fifth grade: Desiree Roach, Jennifer Ervin, Tene Jordan, Paige Presley, Damian Campbell, Amanda Warren and Breanna Sharer.

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