Students Named to President's and Dean's List at Young Harris College

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
General College
Academics

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Maddy Elledge
(706) 379-5319, melledge@yhc.edu

Students Named to President’s and Dean's List at Young Harris College

YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – Young Harris College President Drew L. Van Horn, Ph.D., is pleased to announce that the following students have been named to the College’s President’s List for the spring 2018 semester. Students who achieve a 4.0 grade point average are eligible to be named to the President’s List. Students on the YHC spring 2018 President’s List are listed by their home countries/states and cities:

Austria
            Bruck an der Leitha-
Daniel Fischer

California
            Aptos-
Steven Eichhorn

Hungary
            Budapest-
Richard More

Ireland
            Belfast-
Julie Toal

Sweden
            Bromma-
Sarah Jorgensen

Georgia

Acworth- Bethany Kenney
Adairsville- Kelsey Hice
Athens- Tyler Redmond, Allie Weldon
Atlanta- Samuel Flagg, Jasmine Redding
Blairsville- Madison Barnes, Morgan Bilicki, Taylor Bilicki, Audrey Gilliam
Blue Ridge- Kaitlyn Chastain
Bogart- Chelsea Collins
Buford- Elizabeth Walters
Calhoun- Hannah Carter
Canton- Joseph DeFrank
Cartersville- Cassandra Zimmerman
Clayton- Ashley Marchman
Cleveland- Savannah Rogers
Colbert- Morgan Dooley
Columbus- Kenneth Boykin
Cumming- Katherine Eitel, Kaylee McCleskey, Paxton Spessard, Erin Tozier, Hannah Walker, Mollie Wilfong
Dahlonega- Jacob Wood
Dallas- Anna Ragsdale, Tyler Washington
Danielsville- Kaylee Parker
Dawsonville- Bree Bridges
Duluth- Toni Perrucci
Elberton- Breanna Rucker
Evans- Ashlyn Brisley
Fitzgerald- Emily Royal
Flowery Branch- Laura Gregory
Gillsville- Taylor Anderson
Griffin- Lauren James
Hazlehurst- Shane Schroeder
Hiawassee- Kasey Clarida, Courtney Giles, Carly Gilfilian, William Moody, Kaila Reece
Hoschton- Makenna Mellott
Jefferson- Tessa Roland
Lawrenceville- Reece Brooks, Diana Lane
Lilburn- Samuel Gaston
Loganville- Gabby Coumes
Macon- Mackenzie Melton
Marietta- Devin Filicicchia, Mark Williford
Midland- Kyle Brena
Milner- Elizabeth English
Powder Springs- Nick Fortenberry
Richmond- Caroline Cox
Rome- Lindsey Hardy
Royston- Cortney Esco, Rebecca Herring
Sautee- Candler Kimsey
Sharpsburg- Joseph Milner
Snellville- Jada Williams
Stone Mountain- Briana Bell
Sugar Hill- Kristen Brown
Suwanee- Ashley Brannon, Hannah Harrison
Toccoa- Lauren Swenson
Trion- Andria Deering
Tunnel Hill- Sarah Gossett
Watkinsville- Madison Pruitt
White- Hayden Betsill
Woodstock- Jessica Holzworth
Young Harris- Nathaniel Arnold, Alana Calhoun, Amber Gibson, Alejandro Lemus-Gomez, Jackson Owen, James Owen, Amanda Thomas

Nevada
            Las Vegas-
Matt Rogers

North Carolina
            Murphy-
Karlee London, Haylie Shope

South Carolina
            Beaufort-
Anna Dyer

 

YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – Young Harris College President Drew L. Van Horn, Ph.D., is pleased to announce that the following students have been named to the College’s Dean’s List for the spring 2018 semester. Students who achieve a 3.5 grade point average or better are eligible to be named to the Dean’s List. Students on the YHC spring 2018 Dean’s List are listed by their home countries/states and cities:

Antiga and Barbuda

            The Valley- Coleen Johnson

Argentina

            Buenos Aires- Oriana Labaqui

Australia

            Mount Eliza- Angus Howey
            Perth- Bethany Taylor

Canada

L’ancienne-Lorette- Alex Pavel
Sarnia- Mathew Szabo
Whitby- Alyssa Spridgeon

Colombia

            Cali- Maria Puerta

Greece

            Thessaloniki- Charitonas Karipidis

Honduras

            Tegucigalpa- Emily Quiroz

Portugal

            Lisbon- Guilherme Sergio

Russia

            Belegrade- Sanja Ratkovic

Spain

            Algete- Carlos Gomez
            Madrid- Javier Villar

Sweden

            Korgvidegrand- David Wallin
            Sollentuna- Elin Pedersen

United Kingdom

            Woking- James Thomas

Alabama

            Piedmont- Sarah Garner

California

            Carlsbad- Reilly Crandall
            San Pedro- Alex Iglesias Rodriguez

Florida

            Miami- Lilly Barlow
            New Port- Arielle Charles
            Odessa- Elli Flaig

Georgia

Acworth- Chelsea Howd, Khilah Johnson, Samuel Smith
Adairsville- Kevin Garland, Julia Roberson
Alto- Zachary Sutton
Alpharetta- Kelly Deas
Athens- Sonia Galdamez, Mayra Leyva, Samuel Pham
Atlanta- Moon Hamilton, Emmanuel Steele
Augusta- Benjamin Dresser, Mikayla Escamilla
Ball Ground- Leslie Ballew
Bainbridge- Paul Whaley
Berkeley Lake- Ansley Coles, Carley Hiller
Bishop- Caroline Davis, Hannah Emerson
Blairsville- Austin Bryson, Kelley Bryson, Hannah Carpenter, Ansley Garrison, Kelsie Gustason, April Land, Carli LeJune, Haeley O’Kelley, Ariel Philo, Joelle Philo, Dakota Reeves, Katie Rittenhouse, Brianne Shope, Stephanie Stanton, Amry Theriot, Vatsal Trivedi
Blue Ridge- Bill Bennett, Kirkland Godfrey, Alex Pack, Daniel Roper
Braselton- Kayla Marie Tithof
Buford- Rachel Dobbs, Taylor Hennum, Sarah Ledogar, Seth McAfee, Meghan Tonnesen
Canton- Chandler Dillon, Hudson Graham, Lizzie Likness, Sean Willis
Cartersville- Kaveh Eden, Noah Hamil, Wesley Martin, McKenna Maulden
Clarkesville- Shauna Widding
Clayton- Taylor Beck
Cleveland- Collin McCane, Charles Meggitt
Colbert- Gabriel Doster, Ben Giles, Melissa Powell
College Park- Bakari Garvin
Columbus- Kyle Johnson
Comer- Tiffany High
Commerce- Cayla Highfield, Kendell Moon, Parker Moon, Jose Rodriguez, Kristen Scoggins
Covington- Trista Twiford
Cumming- Leland Bagwell, Joey Becnel, Harrison Cho, Lauren Crowe, Chloe Decker, John Lichtenwalner, Jimmy Martelli, Zach Mitchell, Ashley Pontrelli
Dacula- Sam Atkinson, Christie Blaurock, Kristan Lizardi, Maddie Peek
Dahlonega- Megan Abercrombie
Dallas- Kirstie Bingham, Rachel Harper, Morgan Lawrence, Elizabeth Lowe
Dalton- Lexi Holmes
Danielsville- Nicole Jordan
Dawsonville- Max Muldoon, Taylor Pruitt, Levi Whitmire
Decatur- Alida Browne
Demorest- Georgia Webb
Dillard- Molly Vinson
Douglasville- Ariana Jallad, Caroline Watkins, Victoria Williams
Duluth- Catherine Carroll, Matthew Ledon
Ellabell- Halie Reever
Ellersile- Kevin Rains
Ellijay- Stephanie Dombrows, Chris Heden, Adriana Reed, Autamn Webb
Epworth- Deanna Greene
Fayetteville- Alyssa Olvera
Gainesville- Franki Augello, Taylor Hall, Elle Hefner, Alyssa Little, Trey Pearson, Monica Ramirez-Leon, Heather Shull, William Truelove
Hahira- Victoria Barber
Hawkinsville- Melanie Ellis
Hiawassee- Chase Adams, Grace Botti, Eryn Cochran, Alicia Collier, Kristen Henson, Jade Ledford, Millie Scott, Sara Scott, Karly Zacharias
Hiram- Max Moser
Kennesaw- Anna Luckie, Matthew Olle
Kite- Amanda Claxton
Jefferson- Margaret Paiter
Johns Creek- Bruce Silk
Lagrange- Madison Patton
LaFayette- Emiley Jenkins, Angel Ritch
Lavonia- C’Lee Long, Cassidy Starling
Lawrenceville- Darrien Mask, Olivia Still
Lilburn- Hannah Rosselle
Loganville- Jared Born, Chandler Spivey
Mableton- Kristen Corliss
Macon- Rachel Green
Mansfield- Tristin Sewell
Marietta- Anna Adair, Nathan Barnes, Celia Biroschik, John Chisholm, Mary Deatrick, Cassi Edwards, Laura Holton, Levie Lines, Elizabeth Roberts, Miranda Simpson, Holly Smith, Alex Venturino
Martin- Whitney West
McCaysville- Idriya Moore
McDonough- Rachel Ahrens, Tabitha Brown, Hadleigh Hughes, Hunter Sowell
Milledgeville- Sarah McTyre
Mineral Bluff- Holli Smilow
Milton- Helon Dobbins, Kate Hohn
Moultrie- Caleb Nelson
Nashville- Elizabeth White
Newnan- Lewis Crawford, Josanna Rowe, MacKenzie Teal
Nicholls- Fallyn Johnson
Norcross- Jack Ganter, Maria Tobon
Oxford- Sara Alderman
Powder Springs- John Bogenschutz, Andrew Himmelreich, Chandler Johnson, Thomas Roginsky
Rabun Gap- John Lyle Moore
Rincon- Cathleen Chance
Ringgold- Colton Pritchett
Riverdale- Xavier Jacobs
Rocky Face- Ashley Sweeney
Rome- Natalee Diehl
Roswell- Hunter Pachman
Savannah- Liam Cunningham
Senoia- McKenize Owens
Snellville- Owen Lowery
Social Circle- Hannah Gravitt, Bridget Lynch
Sparta- Kaleigh Foster
Stockbridge- Jessica Murphy
Stone Mountain- Jackson Gibbs
Suwanee- Kelly Kennedy, Michael Livingston, Kristen Thigpen, Regan Wilhite
Talking Rock- Blake Wilson
Temple- Sam Klingenberg
Tifton- Elizah Huff
Tiger- Brooke Roland, Joshua Roland
Toccoa- Desi Garrison
Tybee Island- Emily Sinclair
Valdosta- Own Greer
Warner Robins- Abigail Boykin, Tyler Staten
Warrenton- Maggie Graham
Watkinsville- Julie Jaegar
White- Tyler Hendeon
Whitesburg- Leigh Anne Turner
Woodstock- Kurt Mueller, Adam Trull, Daniel Zimny
Young Harris- John Bolger, Lauren Neal, Jessica Poole, Dylan Roberts, Andrew Rogers, Josh Schrader

Iowa

Council Bluffs- Christina Moreno Castellano
Grundy Center- Lindy Clark

Kentucky

            Georgetown- Ayla Rhinesmith

Mississippi

            Pascagoula- Corley Reynolds

North Carolina

Brasstown- Emily Cook, Ashley Curry
Franklin- Riley Jenkins
Hayesville- Rachel Benson, Meghan McQuade, Trey Rogers, Julianna Smith, Austin Watson
Murphy- Autumn Adams, Juliana Lawson
Warne- Haley Garrett
Waxhaw- Olivia Barry, Dharma Rosbrugh

Tennessee

Farner- Dakota Bowser
Jonesboro- Jared Roach         
Nashville-
Zachary Hopkins

 

About Young Harris College

Young Harris College is a private, baccalaureate degree-granting college located in the beautiful mountains of North Georgia. Founded in 1886 and historically affiliated with The United Methodist Church, Young Harris College educates, inspires and empowers students through the highest quality liberal arts education. The College currently has more than 1,100 students across five divisions—Education, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics and Science, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. The historic campus in Young Harris, Ga., has completed major campus improvements to accommodate the College’s growth. Recent LEED-certified campus improvements include the 121,000-square-foot Rollins Campus Center, new residence facilities, and a 57,000-square-foot recreation and fitness center. The College is an active member of NCAA Division II and remains a fierce competitor in the prestigious Peach Belt Conference. YHC is among fewer than 300 colleges and universities nationwide named to the 2017-2018 list of Colleges of Distinction and is listed as a “Best National Liberal Arts College” by U.S. News & World Report. For more information, visit yhc.edu.

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