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

Monday, February 11, 2019
General College
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Students Named to President's List 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 fall 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 fall 2018 President’s List are listed by their home countries/states and cities:

International

Ireland            

New Ross: Mikie Walsh Rowe

Sweden                       

Nykoping: Emma Andersson

Sollentuna: Elin Pedersen

United States

California

South San Francisco: Jing Dong

Georgia

Acworth: Sam Smith

Blackshear: Gabby Garner

Blairsville: Austin Bryson, Trevor Hughes, Adalyn Rogers, Madeline Studebaker

Buford: Rachel Dobbs, Elizabeth Walters

Cairo: Dara Moore

Clayton: Megan Burrell, Ashley Marchman

Cleveland: Collin McCane

Colbert: Gabriel Doster

Columbus: Will Yeiser

Commerce: Parker Moon

Conyers: Morrighan Surrett

Cumming: Paxton Spessard, Karah Straub, Erin Tozier, Hannah Walker, Mollie Wilfong

Dahlonega: Jacob Wood, Joshua Wood

Dallas:  Anna Ragsdale, Tyler Washington

Danielsville: Nicole Jordan

Dillard: Molly Vinson

Douglasville: Max Moser

Duluth: Bradyn  Carroll

Elko: Kate Snell

Gainesville: Franki Augello, Elle Hefner, Mariah Kersting, Heather Shull

Harlem: Jacob Perry

Hiawassee: Courtney Giles, Carly Gilfilian, Robert Moody, Breanna Stripling

Hoschton: Makenna Mellott

Lavonia: C'Lee Long

Marietta: Devin Filicicchia, Mark Williford

McDonough: Rachel Ahrens, Bree Cauble, Carly Rigsbee

Midland: Kyle Brena

Milledgeville: Aspen Popowski

Richmond Hill: Caroline Cox

Rocky Face: Ashley Sweeney

Rome: Elizabeth Duke, Savannah Poole

Sharpsburg: Joe Milner

Social Circle: Bridget Lynch

Statham: Hannah Cooper

Suches: Sam Arbour

Sugar Hill: Kristen Brown

Toccoa: Lauren Swenson

Woodstock: Kurt Mueller

Young Harris: Amber Gibson, Alejandro Lemus-Gomez, Jack Owen

North Carolina

Hayesville: Kyle Roach

Nevada

Las Vegas: Matt Rogers

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 fall 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 fall 2018 Dean’s List are listed by their home countries/states and cities:

International

Argentina                    

Buenos Aires: Oriana Labaqui

Australia

Perth: James Laput

Brazil

Osvaldo Cruz: Flávia Bortolozzo

Canada

London: Cam Kellett

Sarnia: Mat Szabo

Whitby: Alyssa Spridgeon

Colombia

Bogota: Lucero Robayo Garcia

Germany

München: Alex Gschwend

Wuerzburg: Ali Koller

Netherlands

EDE: Britt Verstegen

Julianadorp: Pien Van Kampen

Rhoon: Yesin Van Der Pluijm

Northern Ireland

Ballymena: Karla Kernohan

Spain

Algete: Carlos Gomez

Madrid: Javier Villar

Sweden

Balsta:  Valter Andersson

Jarfalla: Alexander Stern

Varberg: Carl Brannstrom

United Kingdom

Cardiff: Lailah Muscat

Woking: James Thomas

Venezuela

Caracas: Ana Victoria Rodriguez

United States

Alabama

Birmingham: Rachel Robb

California

Carlsbad: Reilly Crandall

Florida

Labelle: Bianey Serrano

Venice: Nikkie Kovalsky

Georgia

Acworth: Jill Dixon, Christian Greer, Sarah Woghiren

Albany: Sidney Maloy

Alpharetta: Laney Bradwell, Elizabeth Howell, Rebecca McGehee

Alto: Zak Sutton, Cloe Thomason

Athens: Mayra Leyva

Atlanta: Charles Ellerby, Moon Hamilton, Emmanuel Steele

Ball Ground: Leslie Ballew, Eryn Brown, Allie Hildebrandt

Berkeley Lake: Ansley Coles, Carley Hiller

Blairsville: Kendra Bilbo, Jennifer Ellis, Sarah Faneuff, Kelsie Gustason, Will Harkins, Katelynn Hodges, April Land, Carli LeJeune, Haeley O'Kelley, Ariel Philo, Dakota Reeves, Brianne Shope, Brian Williams

Braselton: Bethany Smith

Bremen: Zharia Johnson

Buford: Kennedy Kotula, Trey Lapine

Calhoun: Caleb Biddy

Canton: Chandler Dillon, Sarah Driggers, Stephanie Girle, Andrew Rohr

Carlton: Will Thornton

Carrollton: Troy Cagle

Cartersville: Cody Ledbetter, McKenna Maulden, Delaney Thompson

Clayton: Taylor Beck

Cleveland: Savannah Rogers

Commerce: Cayla Highfield, Kendell Moon, Jose Rodriguez

Covington: Tina Hill, Kathryn Smallwood

Cumming: Caroline Abernathy, Joey Becnel, Zachary Burns, Matthew Cowart, Lauren Crowe, Tucker Daniel, Chloe Decker, Brett Graczyk, Grace Isakson, Dalton Lambert, John Lichtenwalner, Jimmy Martelli, Kaylee McCleskey, Susie Mishkin, Mark Weis, Nicki Williams

Dacula: Kristan Lizardi, Maddie Peek, Jenna Thomas

Dallas:  Morgan Lawrence, Kelsey Ozment

Dawsonville: Bree Bridges, Natalie Byard, Savannah Garrick, Levi Whitmire

Decatur: Alida Browne, Khalid Johnson, Gabe O'Steen

Douglasville: Caroline Watkins, Victoria Williams

Dublin: Holden Baisden

Duluth: Almeda Higgins

East Ellijay: Laura Dombrowski

Eatonton: Shelby Lawrence

Elberton: Breanna Rucker

Ellijay: Brentney Clemmons, Brooke Davis, Chris Heden

Evans:  Lexius Jeffcoat, Jacob Welmaker

Fairburn: Hope Lloyd

Fayetteville: Olivia Birkhead, Alyssa Olvera

Gainesville: Lindsey Caudell, Taylor Hall, Alyssa Little, Bailey Strickland, Will Truelove

Gillsville: Taylor Anderson

Grayson: Jade Byfield

Greensboro: Guerin Brown

Griffin: Stenedria Evans, Hallie Smith

Grovetown: Indiana Ayers

Hazlehurst: Shane Schroeder

Hiawassee: Grace Botti, Kasey Clarida, Kendall Floyd, Gabe Gilliland, Jade Ledford, Millie Scott, Sara Scott

Hiram: Jessica Dudt

Homer: Tyler Miller, Judd Roberts

Johns Creek: Taylor Greenberg, Bruce Silk

Kite: Amanda Claxton

LaFayette: Emiley Jenkins

LaGrange: Caitlin Moore, Maddie Patton

Lawrenceville: Miles Long, Olivia Still

Leesburg: Caitlyn Harper

Lilburn: Arty Hernandez-Montoya

Loganville: Manace Balegamire, McKayla Doss

Mableton: Kristen Corliss

Macon: Mackenzie Melton, Jackson Williams

Mansfield: Tristin Sewell

Marietta: Grace Hall, Anna Adair, Kyle Beverly, Celia Biroschik, John Chisholm, Mary Deatrick, Cassi Edwards, Mike Gentile, Laura Holton, Jaeger Keeline, Matthew Petty, Holly Smith, Henrique Sobrinho, Cara Sullivan

Martin: Whitney West

McCaysville: Idriya Moore

McDonough: Keeley Adkisson, Tabitha Brown, Mallory Downs, Hadleigh Hughes, Cameron Williams

Milton: Kate Hohn

Newnan: Lewis Crawford, Josanna Rowe

Nicholls: Fallyn Johnson

Nicholson: Chloe Cantrell

Norcross: Jack Ganter, Maria Tobon

Peachtree City: Jack Bruschetti

Powder Springs: Cole Hobby, Thomas Roginsky, Karah Shea

Ranger: Drew Wilson

Rex: Brianna Klein

Rincon: Cathleen Chance

Ringgold: Bryce Bird, Allison McAllister, Colton Pritchett, Jennie Williams

Rock Spring: Gracie Maples

Rome: Jennifer Ozment

Roswell: Garrett Blake

Royston: Hannah David

Sandersville: Kierra Collins

Savannah: Joy Bright

Scottdale: Artez Benton

Senoia: McKenzie Owens

Snellville: Emily Gray, Owen Lowery

Sparta: Kaleigh Foster

Stockbridge: Jessica Murphy

Suches: Lakota Graham

Sugar Hill: Cameron Dillard, Madison Rannals

Suwanee: Zachary Alexander, Rachel Cowart, Dan Harper, Kelly Kennedy, Regan Wilhite

Tifton: Elizah Huff

Tiger: Alec Holt, Joshua Roland

Toccoa: Desi Garrison

Tucker: Jake Lovvorn

Valdosta: Elie Merritt

Warner Robins: Abigail Boykin, Erin Buehring, Tyler Staten

Warrenton: Maggie Graham

White: Hayden Betsill

Whitesburg: Leigh Anne Turner

Wildwood: Sarah Reid

Winston: Addie Rountree, Averi Rountree

Young Harris: RJ Banton, Milo Bauman, John Bolger, Alana Calhoun, Ben Edwards, Sam Gaston, Savannah Karisny, Dylan Roberts, Andrew Rogers, Tenysha Taylor, Mandy Thomas

Zebulon: Jake Maddox

Kentucky

Flatwoods: Morgan Curley

Michigan

Taylor: Ruthie Smith

Mississippi

Pascagoula: Corley Reynolds

North Carolina

Franklin: Justus Bailey

Hayesville: Victoria Beck, Amanda Murray, Brianna Ross, Austin Watson

Murphy: Taryn Farmer, Alysha Floyd, Haylie Shope

Rosman: Alicia Guinn

Waxhaw: Olivia Barry

Tennessee

Murfreesboro: Aubrey Crowell

About Young Harris College 

Young Harris College is a private baccalaureate and master’s degree-granting institution 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 an education that purposefully integrates the liberal arts and professional studies. The College has three academic divisions: Arts and Humanities, Professional Studies, and Mathematics, Science and Technology, with more than 1,400 students enrolled in its residential and Early College programs. The historic campus in Young Harris, Ga. has completed major campus improvements to accommodate the College’s growth. LEED-certified campus improvements include the 121,000-square-foot Rollins Campus Center, residence facilities and a 57,000-square-foot recreation and fitness center. The College is an active member of the NCAA Division II and remains a fierce competitor in the prestigious Peach Belt Conference. For more information, visit yhc.edu.

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