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School Notes: June 17

Local students named to dean’s lists

From Apex: Madison Alphin was named to the Dean’s List at Chatham University College. Lauren Bergenbush, Caroline Crowley, Katherina Dubiansky, Brooke Eichenlaub, Matthew Elsner, Nicholas O’Leary, Alec Pierzga, Quentin Reynolds and Stephanie Rogers were named to the Dean’s List at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and Kelsey Shamblin was named to the Chancellor’s List. Caroline Brown and Katlyn West were named to the Dean’s List at Wofford College. Matthew Jackson was named to the Dean’s List at Reinhardt University. Samuel Linehan was named to the Dean’s List at Lewis University. Seth Watkins was named to the Dean’s List at Harding University.

From Cary: Matthew Bryson and Nathan Feinstein were named to the Honors List at Louisburg College. Ethan Coeytaux was named to the Dean’s List at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Graham Duncan and Hanna Socha were named to the Dean’s List at Wofford College. Sam Feick was named to the Dean’s List at Lehigh University. Andrew Hoyle and Paul Stevenson were named to the Dean’s List at Greensboro College. Bette King was named to the Dean’s List at Clarkson University. Jacqueline Lamson, Madison Massey and Stephanie Scope were named to the Dean’s List at James Madison University. Clara Leonard and Nathan Ura were named to the Dean’s List at Belmont University. Andrew Meyer was named to the Dean’s List at The University of Akron. Erica Shartle was named to the Dean’s List at Bucknell University. Katie Wight was named to the Dean’s List at Bridgewater College.

From Fuquay-Varina: Sophie Berry was named to the Dean’s List at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and Kilian Giannini and Cole Schwietering were named to the Chancellor’s List. Darnell Dean was named to the Dean’s List at Lasell College. Dana Johnson was named to the Dean’s List at Louisburg College. Sarah McBrayer was named to the Dean’s List at Bob Jones University.

From Holly Springs: Robert Arthur was named to the Dean’s List at Louisburg College. Brianna Bonacum, Vanessa Fanzo and Susana Zigante were named to the Dean’s List at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Karen Girton, Sarah Twigg and Stephen Twigg were named to the President’s List at Bob Jones University. Cameron Martin was named to the president’s list at James Madison University. Cameron Theobald was named to the Dean’s List at Belmont University.

From Morrisville: Masoom Jain was named to the Chancellor’s List at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.

Cary student studies abroad

Danae Shipp of Cary, a student in the Global Field Program of Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, will study abroad in Baja this summer.

Students earn scholarships

Morgan Coyle of Cary and Emma Lassiter of Apex earned full-ride Chancellor’s Scholarships at Appalachian State University.

Sara Riley of Holly Springs earned the $2,500 Everett and Trudy Suddreth Scholarship of Excellence. Riley plans to study biomedical engineering at North Carolina State University.

Melanie Tarpe earned a $1,000 scholarship from Fuquay Lodge No. 258 Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. Brandon Mendez, who earned a scholarship in 2014, was awarded a second scholarship of $500.

Jessica Tereszczyk, a Holly Springs High School student, earned the $500 second annual Holly Springs MLK College Scholarship of the Holly Springs Martin Luther King Jr. Committee. Aara McKoy earned a $300 scholarship.

Apex students raise money

Baucom Elementary School raised $9,400 in the St. Jude Math-A-Thon fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The school was awarded a special plaque from St. Jude Volunteer Services.

Holly Springs students plant garden

Students, teachers and parents of Holly Springs Elementary School are planting a new native plants garden with funds from the Lorrie Otto Seeds for Education Grant. The school’s students will learn about native plants and the butterflies, birds and other animals of the garden.

Leaders Save Lives

High school and college students, ages 16-24, who host blood drives between the first day of June and the last day of August and meet their blood drive collection goal may apply for scholarships through the American Red Cross’ Leaders Save Lives program. Students can win one of 10 scholarships of up to $2,500. For details, go to www.redcrossblood.org/leaderssavelives.

Scholarships

The North Carolina Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council invites students studying sustainability to apply for one of three $2,000 scholarships by Monday, July 20. Applicants must be part-time or full-time students at an accredited college, university or technical school in North Carolina or in York or Lancaster counties in South Carolina. Students must be earning a degree or certificate in the environmental sciences, building sciences, sustainability or a related field. For details, go to www.usgbcnc.org.

Has your student done something noteworthy? Has your school or club won an award? Send School Notes and photos to carynews@newsobserver.com.

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