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Education shoutouts

Catawba College

A total of 310 students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester at Catawba College, according to Dr. Constance Rogers-Lowery, provost of the college.

Students named to the dean’s list have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 or more semester hours. Local recipients include:

China Grove

  • Rachel Ann Coble
  • Tannon Marie Guard
  • Victoria Ann Hunter
  • Brooke Alexis Lowery
  • Makenna Reagan Pate

Cleveland

  • Amber Lee White

Kannapolis

  • Allison Victoria Baker
  • Ethan Miles Bemis
  • Christina Nicole D’Amelio
  • Aliya Mackenzie Foster
  • Alison Faith Larson
  • Sabino Martinez Carmona
  • Keirsten Blair Morgan
  • Luke Thomas Motley
  • Dalton Ozmun-Barker
  • Martin Kaleb Solano Munoz

Rockwell

  • Ashley M. Becker
  • Denise Jean Dolinger
  • Larry Daniel Harvey
  • Madison R Holshouser
  • Austin Caleb Love
  • Logan Mahaley Williams

Salisbury

  • Hannah Breanne Agner
  • Jody Albright
  • Madison Alexandra Almond
  • Marissa Faith Baker
  • Ambria Nichole Lynn Barbee
  • Sara Michelle Barbee
  • Sierra Grace Barger
  • Irma Begic
  • Hunter Reid Bernhardt
  • Kimberly Ramirez Betancourt
  • Abigail Joy Birkhead
  • Philip Oliver Bontumasi
  • Kristen Jade Bowers
  • Megan Alyssa Braun
  • Lee Amon Bronson
  • Gemma Margaret Ruth Brown
  • Patricia Fouts Brown
  • Leala Carter
  • Vanna Kaye Christian
  • Cade Everett Cranford
  • Caroline Morgan Forbis
  • Rebecca Worstell Fortner
  • Karla Haydee Fragoso
  • Andrea Valeria Garrido Lecca
  • Tyler James Grant
  • Morgan Claire Hester
  • Wesley Charles Hickling
  • Nicole Hunter
  • Trilby Parker Kirk
  • Andrew Jason Kisamore
  • Veronica Lee Leasure
  • Destiny K. Lutz
  • Taylor Alexis Martin
  • Jose Francisco Martinez
  • Brittany Marie McGee
  • Tyler Austin Mulkey
  • Macenzie Ann Myers
  • Matthew Elliott Overcash
  • Matthew Seth Pittman
  • Andrew Christopher Prater
  • Madisyn Paige Rey
  • Ashton Rogers
  • Hunter E. Shepherd
  • Margaret Dawn Smith
  • Matthew James Smith
  • Sawyer Thomas Strickland
  • McKenzie Mechelle Upright
  • Olivia Louise Wilsey
  • Jessica Lynn Yates

Woodleaf

  • Hyatt Grissom

A total of 178 students were named to the presidential honor roll list for the 2018-2019 academic year. Students named to the presidential honor roll list have achieved a 3.7 grade point average in 30 or more semester hours.

Local students on the 2018-2019 academic year presidential honor roll list include:

China Grove

  • Victoria Ann Hunter

Cleveland

  • Amber Lee White

Kannapolis

  • Aliya Mackenzie Foster
  • Allison Victoria Baker
  • Ethan Miles Bemis
  • Alison Faith Larson
  • Sabino Martinez Carmona
  • Keirsten Blair Morgan
  • Luke Thomas Motley

Rockwell

  • Larry Daniel Harvey
  • Madison R. Holshouser
  • Madison Kaye Hunter
  • Wyatt C. Zander
  • Ashley M. Becker

Salisbury

  • Sara Michelle Barbee
  • Sierra Grace Barger
  • Irma Begic
  • Charly Elizabeth Brown
  • Vanna Kaye Christian
  • Cade Everett Cranford
  • Caroline Morgan Forbis
  • Trilby Parker Kirk
  • Margaret Dawn Smith
  • Sawyer Thomas Strickland
  • Kimberly Ramirez Betancourt
  • Abigail Joy Birkhead
  • Gemma Margaret Ruth Brown
  • Tyler James Grant
  • Nicole Hunter
  • Andrew Jason Kisamore
  • Veronica Lee Leasure
  • Jose Francisco Martinez
  • Luca Picci
  • Matthew James Smith
  • Lee Amon Bronson
  • Patricia Fouts Brown

Emerson College

BOSTON — Gabriella Leonel, a resident of Kannapolis, has been named to the Emerson College dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester. Leonel is majoring in interdisciplinary. The requirement to make Emerson’s dean’s list is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher.

Greensboro College

GREENSBORO — Greensboro College has announced that the following students qualified academically for the dean’s list for spring 2019.

To qualify, a student must have a 3.5 grade-point average or better for the semester while having taken at least half of his/her course credit hours at Greensboro College’s main campus.

The students are:

  • Ronald Lee Sells of Salisbury
  • Luke Anthony Waggoner of Salisbury

Sacred Heart Catholic School

The Sacred Heart Catholic Daughters of America held their annual education contest as part of their local, state and national competition. This year’s contest included entries in essay writing, poetry, art, computer art and photography. The 2019 topics included: “Doing my best to do good” or “Here I am Lord, I come to do your will.”
Local winners for 2019 include:
Division I – Poetry
  • Raegan Glenn, first place
  • Andrea Perez Alvarez, second place
  • Mia Villalobos, third place
Division I – Essay
  • Josephina Huynh, first place
  • Aidan Melton, second place
Division I – Art
  • Sophie Wainright, first place
Division II – Poetry
  • Drew Hanson, first place
  • Bree Whittington, second place
  • Daniel McKie, third place
Division II – Essay
  • Rachel Flynn, first place
  • Theresa Hurysz, second place
  • Emma Bloom, third place
Division II – Computer Art
  • Bree Whittington, first place
Division II – Photography
  • Annie Tadiello, first place

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