Over a dozen land on Skagit Valley College fall honor roll

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2018 12:00pm
  • Life

Sixteen South Whidbey students were named to the Skagit Valley College academic honor roll for fall quarter 2017.

To qualify, students must maintain a 3.75 or higher grade-point average in courses numbered 100-level or above while carrying 12 or more credits.

Clinton: Casey Justus, Thomas Kerns, Ryan Long, Callum MacDonald, Megan Nance, Jennifer Pinch and Sarah Strempel.

Freeland: Alaistair Campbell, Tristan Campbell, Dennis Phillips

Greenbank: Elizabeth Brewer, Grace Cash, Hilde Mott and Violet Wolfkill-Yaple.

Langley: Hayden Armos and Gracie McGill.

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