Local students named to WSU honor roll

Students from Black Diamond to Sumner found themselves on WSU’s President’s Honor Roll.

  • Thursday, February 8, 2018 10:15am
  • LifeNews

Local students were honored when Washington State University released its President’s Honor Roll for the 2017 fall semester.

The President’s Honor Roll recognizes students who stand above the rest with excellent academic performance. To be eligible, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade-point average of at least 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA based on 15 cumulative hours of graded work.

Honored students from local high schools follow:

Black Diamond: Gunnar B. Blaschke, Nicholas J. Buss, Travis L. Ediger, Niklas S. Henning, Courtney J. Larson, Karla J. Mitts, Julia G. Paige and Austin J. Pelletier.

Bonney Lake: Eleanor S. Albrecht, Madison A. Arpin, Trevor R. Bates, Emily Brian, Jessica P. Collins, Maiya B. Estrella, Alisha E. Feist, Travis G. Filleau, Donovan R. Hofstrand, Mathew Hunt, Jacob M. Lesauis, Brianna N. Lindgren, Travis J. Lyon, Brittney M. Martin, Emily A. Martin, Diana McCarty, Jared A. Meboe, Alec B. Miles, Corey R. Nash, Britney M. Ornellas, Alicia G. Peterson, Ryan C. Sadler, Austin N. Schweyen, Marissa D. Shannon, Janea L. Simatic, Harrison W. Storm, Zachary J. Traufler and Hannah M. Turner.

Buckley: Anna M. Bull, Trevor A.A. Christie, Nevan D. Leckman, Michaela J. Long, Taylor E. Morris, Brooke J. Nichols, Caroline S. Siewert and Griffin H. Wyrwitzke.

Enumclaw: Brianna L. Bakke, Carrie A. Banning, Tyler G. Bogh, Elise E. Dunning, Nathaniel P. Fox, Hunter S. Haney, Brianne T. Harder, Molly M. Mattheis, Mary G. McGehee-Shurman, Weslee J. Schauers and Alexis Warner.

Lake Tapps: Jamie M. Bye, Annie R. Elias, Austin W.F. Johnson, Hogan P. Leffel, Haley B. Munroe, Madison L. Perkin, Elizabeth A. Rice-Reynolds, Allison P. Thurston, Megan M. Whited and Mark A. Whitley.

Sumner: Juliana N. Fernandez, Kimiko J. Nakayama, Thomas K. Oliver, Stephanie N. Padilla and Kayla L. Rhodes.

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