Local Students: West Ossipee student earning two degrees this spring

Hannah Sargent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sargent of West Ossipee, will be earning two degrees this spring.

In May, Sargent will be graduating from the University of Southern Maine with a bachelor's degree in health sciences and a minor in holistic health. She has earned certifications as an Emergency Medical Responder and Emergency Medical Technician.

In June, Sargent will be graduating from Granite State College with an associate's degree in early childhood education. She made the dean's list in 2015 and 2016.

Sargent is a graduate of Kennett High School.

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Alyssa Tetreault recognized for academic excellence

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Alyssa Tetreault of Center Conway was one of several senior students recognized by Champlain College's Robert P. Stiller School of Business for Academic Excellence at a reception on April 16.

Founded in 1878, Champlain College is a small, not-for-profit, private college in Burlington, Vt., with additional campuses in Montreal, Quebec and Dublin, Ireland.

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Two named to dean's list at Simmons College

BOSTON — The following local students were named to the 2015 fall semester dean's list at Simmons College in Boston:

• Emmaline Ashe of Chocorua. Her major is environmental science and public health.

• Hannah Marudzinski of Freedom. Her major is nursing.

Simmons College is a private university located in the heart of Boston. Founded in 1899, it is the only undergraduate women's college in Boston.

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Alexis Sanborn participates in conference at Keene State College

KEENE — Alexis Sanborn was one of 160 students who presented their undergraduate research at Keene State College's 16th annual Academic Excellence Conference on April 9. This student professional conference is designed to showcase the academic work of Keene State students and the collaborative work between students and faculty. It allows students to share excellent work with a broad audience, and prepares them for submitting proposals to professional conferences.

Keene State College is a public liberal arts college that integrates academics with real-world application and active community and civic engagement.



Kennett High announces third quarter honor roll

The follow students made the third quarter honor roll at Kennett High School

High Honors
Seniors (Class of 2016)
Ilida Barber, Nicholas Brown, Miranda Cottrell, Parish Dawe-Chadwick, Juliauna Dunlop, Jonathan Emery, James Gaudreault, Madeline Grzesik, Caroline Jaeger, Hillary Johnson, Kathryn Lees, Ian Lubkin, Kyler Phillips, Ashley Shackford

Juniors (Class of 2017)
Nina Badger, Allyssa Barrows, India Drummond, Logan Hagerty, James Hounsell, Gianna Jones, Duncan Koerber, Rebecca Lees, Darren Piotrow, Cole Schoonover, William Synnott

Sophomores (Class of 2018)
Karlie Boothby, Eric Bormann, Kimberly Bowles, Melissa Brown, Fiona Davis-Walsh, Olivia Deblois-Hill, Brianna Desharnais, Caleb Esmay, Micaela George, River Hayes, Katherine Hill, Naomi Lubkin, Eilidh McKinnon, Renee Moon, Mackenzie Murphy, Alexander Nemeth, Taylor Petell, Riley Steward, Megan Stokes, Annee Tremblay, Chloe Van Dyne

Freshman (Class of 2019)
Jordanna Belle-Isle, Madison Brown, Elisa Careggio, Amy Cotter, Andrew Donohoe, Aidan Hagerty, Melissa Jones, Ellory Kearns, Emmet Mayer, Foster Piotrow, Jewel Rosa, Carson Smith, Eric Smith, Georgia Stafford, Sara Tetreault

Seniors (Class of 2016)
Kyle Alber, Maggie Albert, Tristan Andreani, Bryan Baker, Carson Behr, Clare Bennett, Zachary Bradley, Isabella Branham, Victoria Burns, Lee Dennis, Nora Devine, John DeVitto, Danielle Doonan, Nathanial Emerson, Jamie Evans, Isabelle Forde, Garrett Fortin, Tessa Greenhalgh, Bryce Harrison, Jessica Hodgkins, Andrew Iannuzzi, Andrew Jolin, Marley Kezerian, Ariana King, Alexa LaRusso, Andrew Lavoie, Dana Levine, Julianna Livingston, Nathanael Mathieu, Peter Mayer, Marlene McCabe, Carter Miller, Kaelin Mitchell, Shannon Nester, Emma Niiler, Kyle O'Keefe, Olivia Orsino, Sydney Perk, Jack Ricker, Noah Rivers, Kherry Rober, Maggie Rockett, Timothy Ryan, Ivy Sam, Catherine Sandstrom, Rylie Stone, Frank Thompson, Hailee Tilton, David Varney, Allison Wanek

Juniors (Class of 2017)
Tristan Anderson, Courtney Barrows, Andrew Belle-Isle, Rene Bennett, Thomas Bergen, Michelah Boucher, Leah Canavari, Jonathan Caputo, Damon Catudal, Sam Cawley, Olivia Chretien, Miranda Cloutier, Devon Cole, Samantha Coletti, Emily Cormier, Nicole Costantino, Olivia Couture, Shelby Cyr, Cassidy Daigle, Elizabeth Davis, Will Davison, Peter Donohoe, Cain Drouin, Noah Dubois, Lexey Eastman, Colby Emery, Lincoln Gonyo, Emily Heath, Sophie Hill, Thea Howe-Hayward, Emmagrace Hurteau, Rebekah Inkell, Kaitlyn Janos, James Kelemen, Nicole LaRoche, Matteo Lentini, Logan Levitt, Gridley Lucy, Zoe McKinney, Mykala Merrill, Dennis Morgan, Elizabeth Robert, Kayla Ross, Emma Sanphy, Jasmine Schmidt, Allison Solomon, Thomas Sullivan, Alex Trinh, Emily Wentworth-McGonagle, Nicholas Whitley

Sophomores (Class of 2018)
William Alber, Emily Allen, Payten Ames, Hallie Anthony, Shiloh Ayotte, Kirk Badger, Matthew Ballou, Maggie Bennett, Taylor Bouchard, Alison Burson, Kelsey Bush, Wilder Byrne, Zoe Carey, Christine Coffield, Daniel Cradock, Erin Curran, Laura Dennis, Amanda Drootin, Raleigh Flickinger, Emily Fournier, Conner Furtado, Olivia Gagnon, Natasha Gaudette, Jack Hanson, Brianna Hargraves, Neil Harrison, Paige Hill, Michele Hofmann, Kathryn Huntress, Christa Hylen, Garrett Kearns, Alexander Klementovich, Allison Lawson, Chase Lee, Kevin Lyman, Ashley Majowicz, Ryan Meader, Emma Plante, Alexander Ray, Molly Robert, Marco Ross-Parent, Stephen Seavey, Dawson Stone, Abigail Tepe, Lea Rose Thelemarck, Hailey Tofflemoyer, Jacob Tucker, Ashley Vajentic, Violet Webster, Nicole Witt, James Zimmer

Freshman (Class of 2019)
Abigail Acone, Raymond Ainsworth, Michelle Amaral, Madigan Avery, Samuel Barrows, Yasemin Bazoglu, Emily Bean, Adam Bourque, Mathieu Brabant, Tyler Brandon, Kyle Buffelli, Christopher Caputo, Alannah Carr, Cassidy Chick, James Cole, Ashton Coleman, Rebecca Consaul, Robin Croce, Anna Cummings, Abigail Dean, Gabriel DiBrandi, Julia Dzierzeski, Kaitlyn Fay, Danielle Gaudreau, Sullivan Gaudreault, Noah Geary, Madison Gifford, Lucas Glasshart, Alexia Green, Callum Hawkes, Nickolas Heysler, Nicholas Howe, Samantha Johnson, Jack Johnston, Elizabeth Kenny, James Krebs, Sadie LeBeuf, Colby Livingston, Wilfrid McAuliffe¸ Courtney Micciulla, Ryan Murphy, Thomas Murphy, Lukas Narducci, Anne Nartowicz, Alexis Noel, Liam O'Keefe, Snowden O'Neill, Jeffrey Palmer, Nichole Peters, Mia Plante, Garrick Porter, Claire Procyk, Gillian Robert, Mackenzie Robirds, Ethan Robitaille, Abigail Ross, Ryan Russell, Alexandra Samuel, Amy Sauerwein, Logan Snell, Trey Snowden, Danielle Solomon, Hunter Spack, Olivia Stewart, Cole Sweeney, Hannah Tessier, Kaitlyn Wansor, Daniel Weeder, Dylan West, Jordan West, Engel Williams, Felicity Winters, Isabel Wrobleski


Local students earn college honors

NEW YORK — Grace Townsend of Tamworth has been named to the president's list at LIM College in New York City for the fall 2015 semester. To achieve this accomplishment, students must have a grade point average of 3.8 or higher.
Townsend transferred from Lasell College last September as a junior fashion merchandising major. LIM focuses on the business side of fashion, and Townsend plans to continue her studies there through graduation in the spring of 2017.
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HAMILTON, N.Y. — Chase Gardner of Wolfeboro received the dean's award for academic excellence for the fall 2015 semester Colgate University.
Gardner is a history-undeclared major, Class of 2019. She is a graduate of Brewster Academy.
The dean's award goes to students with a grade point average of 3.30 or higher.
Colgate University is a liberal arts institution offering 54 majors to approximately 2,900 undergraduate students.
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COLCHESTER, Vt. — The following local students were named to the dean's list at Saint Michael's College for the fall 2015 semester:

• Monica G. Andreani, a senior media studies and digital arts major. She is the daughter of Andrew and Yvonne Andreani of Bartlett and is a graduate of Kennett High School.

• Shelby A. Bouchie, a sophomore psychology major. She is the daughter of Rene Bouchie of Glen and Tanya Bouchie of Intervale and is a graduate of Kennett High School.

• Keara O. Wagner, a sophomore economics major. She is the daughter of Maureen Lockhart-Wagner and Michael Wagner of Intervale and is a graduate of Kennett High School.

• Terrance P. Consaul, a senior English major. He is the son of Bruce and Rosemary Consaul of North Conway and is a graduate of Kennett High School.


Two Kennett grads make college dean's lists

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Brian Caputo, a sophomore majoring in statistics at the University of Rochester, has been named to the dean's list for academic achievement for the fall 2015 semester.
Caputo, a resident of Silver Lake, is the son of Ellen and Dave Caputo, and is a graduate of Kennett High School in Conway.
The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is a private research university located in Rochester, N.Y., on the south shore of Lake Ontario.
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FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Lucas H. Tinkham of Jackson has earned a place on the dean's honor list for distinguished academic achievement in the Dolan School of Business, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Conn., during the fall semester 2015.
Tinkham is also a member of the Fairfield University ski team that qualified and participated in the U.S. Collegiate Ski Association National Championships at Lake Placid, N.Y.
Lucas is a graduate of Kennett High School Class of 2013.

Local students earn dean's list honors

NORTON, Mass. — Two local students were named to the dean's list for the fall 2015 semester at Wheaton College:

• Erin Cotton, a resident of Conway and member of Wheaton's Class of 2017. Parents are Daniel Cotton and Margaret Cotton.

• Gwynneth McGinley, a resident of North Conway and member of Wheaton's Class of 2017. Parents are John McMaster and Jennifer McGinley.

Wheaton is a liberal arts college in Norton, Mass., with a 1,600-member student body drawn from 39 states and 72 countries.

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LEWISTON, Maine — Two students with ties to Carroll County have been named to the dean's list at Bates College for the fall semester ending in December 2015:

Whitney Paine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Paine of Moultonborough, and a 2012 graduate of Kimball Union Academy. She is majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

Zach Radford is the son of Laurie J. McLaughlin of Wolfeboro Falls and Cyrus S. Radford of Hudson and a 2012 graduate of St. Paul's School. He is majoring in neuroscience.

Bates is a liberal arts college, attracting 2,000 students from across the U.S. and around the world.

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Jacob Lauzon of Silver Lake was named to the dean's list at Rochester Institute of Technology for the fall semester. Lauzon is studying in the computer engineering program.

Rochester Institute of Technology, founded in 1829, enrolls 18,600 students in more than 200 career-oriented and professional programs, making it among the largest private universities in the U.S.

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BOSTON, Mass. — Graham Finley of Tamworth and Megan Shuffleton of Center Harbor were named to the fall 2015 dean's list at Emerson College.

Emerson College, located opposite the historic Boston Common and in the heart of the city's Theatre District, has 3,750 undergraduates and 750 graduate students from across the United States and 50 countries.

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BRISTOL, R.I. — Two local students were named to the fall dean's list at Roger Williams University:

Timothy Allen is an architecture major from Chocorua.

Savannah Whitley is a marine biology major from North Conway.

Roger Williams University, with its main campus located on the coast of Bristol, R.I., is a private university with 45 undergraduate majors and more than a dozen graduate programs.