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

Friday, June 5, 2020
General College
Academics

 

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 2020 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 2020 President’s List are listed by their home countries, states and cities:

International

Colombia
Bogota: Maria Pacheco Martinez

Italy
San Donato Milanese: Ala Ramadan

Netherlands
EDE: Britt Verstegen
Julianadorp: Pien Van Kampen

Norway
Hosle: Eline Sand

Sweden
Balsta: Valter Andersson

United States

California
South San Francisco: Jing Dong

Florida
Fleming Island: Chastity Duffey
Navarre: Garrett Ellis

Georgia
Acworth: Jillian Dixon
Alpharetta: Daniel Schmidt
Alto: Zachary Sutton
Athens: Amber Vickroy
Ball Ground: Peyton Rich
Bishop: Hannah Emerson
Blairsville: Jennifer Ellis, Sarah Faneuff, Emma Hambrick, April Land, Carli LeJeune, Julia Lindsey, Alyssa McFarland, Madeline Studebaker
Braselton: Bethany Smith
Bremen: Zharia Johnson
Buford: John Surowiec, Elizabeth Walters
Canton: Rex DiPietro, Katherine Hohn
Cartersville: Annabelle Edmondson, Ansley Thompson
Clayton: Ashley Marchman
Clermont: Ashleigh Stainback
Columbus: William Yeiser
Cumming: Sara Chesnut, Chloe Decker, John Lichtenwalner, Suzanne Mishkin, Karah Straub, Erin Tozier, Hannah Walker, Mark Weis
Dahlonega: Jacob Wood, Joshua Wood
Dalton: Robert Ferebee
Dawsonville: Anna Bridges
Douglasville: Robert Moser, Caroline Watkins
Duluth: Almeda Higgins
Ellijay: Addison Rountree, Averi Rountree
Epworth: Jhenna Daugherty
Evans: Ashlyn Brisley
Fayetteville: Alyssa Olvera
Gainesville: Francesca Augello, Heather Shull, William Truelove
Harlem: Jacob Perry
Hazlehurst: Shane Schroeder
Helen: Jaden Dean
Hiawassee: Courtney Giles
Hiram: Jessica Dudt
Hoschton: Makenna Mellott
Johns Creek: Taylor Greenberg
Kennesaw: Anna Luckie
Kingston: Elizabeth Duke
Lawrenceville: Tyler Kasten, Katelyn Spinks, Olivia Still
Loganville: Abigale Jones
Manchester: Molly Edgar
Marietta: Mary Deatrick, Devin Filicicchia, Laura Grace Holton, Madelyn Meyers, Holly Smith, Mark Williford
McDonough: Rachel Ahrens
Midland: Kyle Brena
Monroe: Jenni Andreson, Mathew Thompson
Newnan: Emily Nipper
Norcross: Maria Tobon
Rex: Brianna Klein
Rincon: Cathleen Chance
Ringgold: Lillian Black, McKenna Lentych
Rockmart: Logan Ehorn
Rocky Face: Ashley Sweeney
Rome: Hailey Lewis
Sandersville: Kierra Collins
Sharpsburg: Benjamin Eklund
Stone Mountain: Jackson Gibbs
Sugar Hill: Kristen Brown
Talking Rock: Shelby Cook
Warrenton: Maggie Graham
White: Hayden Betsill
Whitesburg: Leigh Anne Turner
Winder: Savanna Gilstrap
Woodstock: Bethany Kenney, Kurt Mueller
Young Harris: Benjamin Edwards, Samuel Gaston, Amber Gibson, Alexandra Settles

Illinois
Quincy: Hayden Tucker

New York
Center Moriches: Emma Brennan

North Carolina
Franklin: John Bueck
Hayesville: Austin Watson
Marble: Jeffrey Lovingood, Emma Pullium
Murphy: Jessica Beckner, Haylie Blalock

Pennsylvania
Dallas: Robert de Luna

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 2020 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 2020 Dean’s List are listed by their home countries, states and cities:

International
 
Argentina
Bell Ville: Julieta Boerr
Pilar Cordoba: Romeo Luque Zanello

Belgium
Selange: Alex Schiltz

Canada
Calgary: James Johnston, Eric Lemire
Coquitlam: Lucas Infanti
Sarnia: Mathew Szabo
Whitby: Liam Wright

Colombia
Bogota: Juliana Torres Alarcon
Cucuta: Andres Padilla, Carlos Padilla

France
Houplin-Ancoisne: Valentin Trouiller

Germany
München: Alexander Gschwend
Würzburg: Ali Koller

Ireland
Gorey: John Bolger

Italy
Ienola: Eduardo d'Avino

Netherlands
Rhoon: Yesin Van Der Pluijm

Norway
Alesund: Sebastian Longva Andreassen

Spain
Fuengirola: Carolina Quevedo Aranda

Sweden
Gothenburg: Herman Ronnberg
Halmstad: Erica Andersson
Helsingborg: Henrik Timgren
Jarfalla: Alexander Stern
Nykoping: Emma Andersson

United Kingdom
Cardiff: Lailah Muscat
Stranraer: Adam Kirkwood
Watford: Aimee Durn

Venezuela
Caracas: Ana Rodriguez

United States

Alabama
Birmingham: Rachel Robb

California
Carlsbad: Reilly Crandall

Connecticut
Norwalk: Paul Salata

Florida
Cutler Bay: Lilly Barlow
Jupiter: Noah Noonan, Ashley Smith

Georgia
Acworth: Sarah Beckwith, Christian Greer, Sarah Woghiren
Aiken: Chad Carter
Alpharetta: Mikayla Escamilla, Matthew George, Elizabeth Howell
Atlanta: Chance Adams, Si'Mone Allen, Sophia Galiano, Moon Hamilton, Rachel Kearce
Augusta: Ayden Williams
Ball Ground: Eryn Brown
Berkeley Lake: Ansley Coles, Carley Hiller
Blairsville: Marena Brown, Jacob Burgess, Zachary Burns, Sarah Dills, Alexis Doutrich, Jonathan Everett, Katelynn Hodges, Hunter Kelley, Cole Payne, Jonathon Reeves, Brianne Shope, Brittany Spivey, Mary Thigpen
Blue Ridge: Samuel Kaye, Grace Kruse, Baillie Watkins
Bonaire: Kaitlyn Wiley
Buford: Shea Bayreuther, Kristen Grant, Abigail Hill, Kennedy Kotula, Eugene Lapine, Brandon McDuff
Calhoun: Ryleigh Roberts, Jahlaynia Winters
Canton: Joseph DeFrank, Maria Gregorio Francisco, Sierra Hass, Cimone Legendre, Savannah Rainbolt
Carlton: Will Thornton
Cartersville: Hui Lin, Mary Katherine McKenzie, Madison Putzer, Steven Spell, Preston Martin, Katherine Miller, Delaney Thompson
Cataula: Brittany Evans
Clarkesville: Emilee Banks, Abigail Lovell
Clayton: Megan Burrell, Cynthia Jackson, Shlea Wright
Clermont: Ashleigh Stainback
Cleveland: Adreahna Brown, Taylor Buffington, Rachel Zaccaro
Columbus: Madison Vinyard
Commerce: Steven Parr
Conyers: John Lamondo, Samantha Van Ness, Rebekah Culpepper
Cornelia: Rebekah Culpepper
Covington: Mikaila Chappelear, Kathryn Smallwood
Cumming: Shiloh Brooks, Jonathon Brown, Harrison Cho, Tucker Daniel, William Grohovac, Grace Isakson, Sara King, Jimmy Martelli, Rebecca McGehee, Andrew Rohr, Faith Sullens, Jake Tomelevage
Dacula: Rebecca Baker, Jenna Thomas
Dahlonega: Jacob Hartis
Dallas: Zachary Bright, Kelsey Ozment
Dearing: River Young
Decatur: Alida Browne
Demorest: Brice Austin, Jimmy McDuffie
Dillard: Samuel Bautista
Douglas: Gabe O'Steen
Douglasville: Christopher Stone
Dublin: Holden Baisden
Duluth: Catherine Carroll, Danielle Fanning
Elberton: Cassidy Childs
Ellijay: Brentney Clemmons, Adriana Reed, Brook Davis, Christopher Heden, Margaret Pierce
Ellerslie: Skylar Sears
Epworth: Jhenna Daugherty
Euharlee: Kat Miller
Evans: Jacob Welmaker
Forsyth: Abigayle Watson
Gainesville: Lindsey Caudell, Emily Gray, Alyssa Little, Cindy Mosqueda, Carly Winters
Gray: Dawson Barnes, Luke Lawson, Sara Rowland
Grayson: Jade Byfield
Griffin: Katlyn Greene, Logan Worley
Harlem: Caroline Mann
Hartwell: Morgan Beasley
Hiawassee: Chloe Spears, Bella Rose Wilson
Hoschton: Cristian Bryant, Hannah Smith
Hull: Destiny Sims
Jackson: Cassidy Cook
Jefferson: Margaret Paiter
Johns Creek: Jordan Campagnolo
Jonesboro: Hannah Grier
Kennesaw: Brittany Alred, Mary Bruce, Noah Dropp, Madalyn Helms, Chandler Seabolt
La Fayette: Emiley Melendez
LaGrange: Chloe Bishop
Lakemont: Jake Cashin
Lawrenceville: Jessica Hubbard, Miles Long, Victoria Payne, Kaitlin Smith
Lilburn: Bryanna Meister
Lincolnton: Lucy Dawkins, Neeley Gibson
Lithonia: Henry Tovar
Loganville: Madelyn Green, Breanna Hayes, Katherine Phenix, Nathaniel Sirmans, Taylor Truesdell
Mableton: Kristen Corliss
Macon: William Frank, Rachel Green, Connor Miller
Mansfield: Tristin Sewell
Marietta: Anna Adair, Celia Biroschik, Michael Buice, Olivia Iobst, Stephanie Mandelt, Abigail Mayerik, William Petty, Miranda Simpson, Henrique Sobrinho, Raul Soto, Alexander Venturino, Zane Zacharias
McCayesville: Moriah Gibson
McDonough: Shelby Baker, Tabitha Brown, Mallory Downs, Abigayle Miles, Rachel Tudorancea
Milledgeville: Jessica Long
Monroe: Gracie Hix, Joseph Pardue, Morrighan Surrett
Moreland: Noah Skinner
Newnan: Josanna Rowe, Jory Smith
Nicholson: Chloe Cantrell
Norcross: Camila Zuquian
Peachtree City: Dominique Sharpe
Pine Lake: Harrison Perusek
Powder Springs: Karah Shea
Ringgold: Avery Jordan, Nhan Le, Colton Pritchett
Rome: Samantha Davis, Savannah Poole
Roswell: Mary Davenport
Sandy Springs: Duncan Jackson
Sautee Nacoochee: Mary Grace Nelson
Savannah: Helen Chisolm
Senoia: Hannah-Marie Owens
Snellville: Edith Walls
Sparta: Kaleigh Foster
Statham: Hannah Cooper
Stockbridge: Jessica Murphy
Suches: Samara Aponte, Lakota Graham
Suwanee: Dylan Ertter, Samuel Gasta, Kelly Kennedy
Tennille: Tobey Hatfield
Toccoa: Alanna Dunson
Tybee Island: Natalie Corbin
Valdosta: Allison Smotherman
Warner Robins: Erin Buehring, Tyler Staten
White: Tyler Hendon
Winder: Katie Robinson, Kellie Robinson
Woodstock: Francisca Torres, Daniel Zimny
Young Harris: Alyssa Bantum, Wesly Calhoun, Zandra Churchill, Parker Daniel, Dixie Landress, Dylan Roberts, Andrew Rogers, Carly Woodard, Katelin Margard

Kentucky
Flatwoods: Morgan Curley
Hopkinsville: Dixon Craft
Paris: Tucker Greer

Maine
Oakland: Anika Elias

Maryland
Bel Air: John Brett
Pylesville: Maddison Larrimore

Minnesota
Albertville: Ryley Zopfi
Minneapolis: Morganna Oberdorfer

Nebraska
Kearney: Sri Reddiyar

North Carolina
Clyde: Patrick Broom
Fletcher: Justus Bailey
Hayesville: Victoria Beck, Amanda Murray, Rachel Rhodes, Hailea Rickett, Brianna Ross, William Tison
Murphy: Joseph Curry
Rosman: Alicia Guinn

South Carolina
Anderson: Rayann Harward
Tega Cay: Brianna Keith
Woodruff: Alan Lanxton

Tennessee
Collierville: Brian Harper
Nashville: Conner Snipes
Tellico Plains: Samantha Russell

Texas
Stafford: Mark Guevara

Virginia
Leesburg: Wesley Glass

West Virginia
Eleanor: Ashton Gray

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 four academic divisions: Fine Arts; Humanities; Mathematics, Science and Technology; and Professional Studies. More than 1,400 students are enrolled in its residential and Early College programs. 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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