June 2016 graduates of Skagit Valley College | KUDOS

A host of South Whidbey residents graduated from Skagit Valley College in June 2016 …

  • Saturday, October 15, 2016 10:00am
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A host of South Whidbey residents graduated from Skagit Valley College in June 2016.

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.


• Malea Adams, Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA)

• Alexa Hess, DTA (honors)


• Hannah Christensen, DTA (high honors)

• Adam West, Associate of Technical Arts Diesel Technician (honors)

• Yesinia Leon, Practical Nursing

• Oliver Hansen, DTA and High School Diploma

• Sarah Stone, DTA and High School Diploma

• Cynthia Miller, DTA (high honors)


• Isaiah Sittner, DTA (honors)

• Moriah Sittner, DTA (high honors)

• Zachary Cash, Associate of Science Transfer (honors) and high school diploma


• Hannah Bond, DTA

• Jillian Santi, Practical Nursing (honors)

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