education

SAS Quarter 3 honor’s list

The following students from Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, and Marion counties were named to the honor’s lists at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School for Quarter 3 of the 2020-2021 school year.

Overall, 77 students, including 21 boarding and 56 day students, achieved academic distinction for the third quarter.

Upper school students who earn an average of 93 or above with no grade below 83 are named to the high honors list for academic achievement.

Students with average ranges between 83 and 92 and who have received no grade below 80 are named to the honors list.

Satisfactory completion of afternoon programs is required for students to be eligible for the honor roll.

High Honors

Students from Sewanee earning high honors include Emily Bailey, Elliott Benson, Alex Brewster, Sarah Grace Burns, Mac Croom, Anja Dombrowski, Lily Garner, Myers Gorrell, Nathan King, Maple Landis-Browne, Reese Michaels, Pat Monahan, Iliana Pate, Verena Pate, Isabel Patterson, Kathleen Perkins, Tyler Rodgers, Justine Rogers, and Payton Zeitler. From Belvidere are Porter Neubauer and Hannah Warmbrod. Others earning high honors are Hadlee Hale of Manchester, Riley Burnette of Monteagle, Will Hernandez and Ryan Ostrowski, both of Monteagle, Shiv Patel, Michael Pongdee and Breezy Rollins, all of Tracy City, and Onawa Henson of Whitwell.

Honors

Sewanee students earning honors include Jenna Black, A,J, Clements, Laura Crigger, Jackson Frazier, Luke Garner, Nailah Hamilton, Ellie Jenkins, J.T. Jenkins, Sara Knight, Zolon Knoll, Luca Malde, Cecil Rodgers, Caleb Palmertree, Isabella Randolph and Sean Willis. Others include Libby Neubauer of Belvidere, Lucie Watch of Coalmont, Grey Givens of Jasper, Luciana Mollica of Monteagle, Hannah Moss of Monteagle, Elijah Seavey of Monteagle, Madalyn Cleveland and Curtis Gill of South Pittsburg, Adeline Smith of Tullahoma, Ethan Drey of Whitwell and Meredith Foster of Winchester.

Foster on dean’s list

Jakob Andrew Foster of Estill Springs has been recognized on the dean’s list at Norwich University for the fall 2020 semester:

Full-time, undergraduate students who earned a semester GPA of at least 3.40 and had no failures in the previous fall or spring semester are awarded dean’s list honors.

Local students named to Sewanee dean’s list

The following students have been named to the dean’s list at the University of the South for the fall 2020 term.

Ashley Stewart of Belvidere, daughter of Judy & R. Eric Stewart of Belvidere; Corinne Parrish of Nashville, daughter of Nancy and Nathan C. Parrish, Sr. of Sewanee; Jack Haight II of Sewanee, son of Catherine E. Cavagnaro of Sewanee; Tessa Shackelford of Sewanee, daughter of Conchie and John A. Shackelford Jr. of Sewanee; Henry Fisher of Sewanee, son of Laurie E. and Jett M. Fisher Jr. of Sewanee; Kate Butler of Sewanee, daughter of Sarah A. and Robert S. Butler of Sewanee; and Katie Finn Hurst of Sewanee, daughter of Joan Marie K. Hurst of Sewanee.

To earn a place on Sewanee’s dean’s list, a student must earn a minimum GPA of 3.625 on a 4.0 scale.

Local students on Bethel University dean’s list

Jamie Nunley of Winchester and David Carroll of Estill Springs were named to Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies dean’s list for the term ending Jan. 31.

To qualify for the dean’s list, undergraduate students in the College of Professional Studies must have completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours and earned a GPA of 3.70 or higher in the term ending Jan. 31.

Bethel University is a private, not-for-profit university affiliated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church located in McKenzie.

Local residents earn degrees from WGU 

The following local residents have earned a degree from Western Governors University.

Emily Lowther of Decherd received a Bachelor of Science in nursing. Ann Reynolds of Huntland received a Bachelor of Science in nursing. Emily Austin of Winchester received a Bachelor of Science in nursing.

The online, nonprofit university has graduated more than 218,000 students from across the country since its inception in 1997.