Over 10 graduate from Skagit Valley College

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 6:00pm
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Over 10 South Whidbey and Greenbank residents graduated from Skagit Valley College in June.

Students who graduated with honors had a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.79; high honors mean students had between a 3.8 and 4.0 GPA. Many of the students earned Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Agreement degrees (AA-DTA).

Clinton

Joshua Delany, Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Agreement (AA-DTA), Vanessa Link, Associate in Technical Arts Multimedia Web Designer (high honors)

Freeland

Rachel “Rosie” Otto, AA-DTA, High School Diploma, (honors)

Greenbank

Sean Norton, AA-DTA,

Gideon Shelley, AA-DTA, High School Diploma

Jordan Shelley, AA-DTA, High School Diploma (honors)

Langley

Bailey Armos, AA-DTA, (high honors)

Lacey Greene, AA-DTA

Emrys Harper, Associate in Arts General Studies

Annie Mutschler, AA-DTA

Jonathan “Nathan” Riley, AA-DTA

Isaiah Westerfield, ATA-Multimedia Web Designer

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