Island students named to UW Dean’s List

  • Friday, June 23, 2017 2:06pm
  • Life

Students from the Coupeville and Oak Harbor were named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for Winter 2017 Quarter.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must complete at least 12 graded credits and have a gpa of at least 3.5 out of 4.0.

The students following students made the list:

From Coupeville: senior London James Cook and junior Skyler Owen Martyn.

From Oak Harbor: junior Emily Rose Black, junior Elijah Thomas Crissinger, senior Calvin Daniel Evans, junior Julian Lake Faralan, junior Jackelyn Tolentino Garcia, senior Regine S. Granados, senior Gabriel Lee Groenig, junior Carly Grace Hall, senior Jung Heard, senior Janaye Sabrina Holberton, sophomore Suzanne E. Kaltenbach, senior Caytie Sue Matthews, senior Megan Katherine Oakes, senior Kelsey Faren Pape, junior Caleb David Peek, sophomore Chase Arthur Powell, senior Kathryn Rose Pruett, senior Marianne Angeli Diaz Rodriguez, junior Stacey Ann Schmeltz, freshman Gregory Ryan Senk, senior Kevin Myles Silveira, junior Shawna Lynn Steele, senior Austen James Szypula, junior Gavin Shoichirou Tichi, senior Vincent Vic Anor Valdez, senior Savannah Reed Wilson and sophomore Noah Alexander Zuniga.

More in Life

Island Transit offering guided tours

Get on board for whales, woods, wine and more

Plant sales a blooming bounty for garden clubs

It’s raining plant sales this month as community garden clubs kick-off growing… Continue reading

Holland Happening going global

Chamber celebrates many cultures of Oak Harbor

Cloudstone: Where art grows in earth

Sculptors to honor Hank Nelson’s visionary work

Whodunit revealed at Whidbey Playhouse

Cast cleverly conceals murderer in Agatha Christie’s ‘The Hollow”

Trading her keyboard for kale: A rock farmer’s tale

Farmers have little time for chit-chat. If it’s not planting time, it’s… Continue reading

Quirky collection framed in ‘Found Objects’

Glass artist Richard Marquis reveals ‘stuff’

Kids of many kinds at North Whidbey Farm

Goat farm tour set for April 15, 16

ISLAND UNSEEN: Just say no to OSPI’s superfluous science assessment for class of 2019 students

This spring, about 83,000 11th-grade students in Washington will become the first… Continue reading

Coupeville United Methodist Church as it stands today, still uses the building constructed in 1894. The church has since been added to and renovated.
Methodist church celebrates 165 years of worship

This weekend, Whidbey Island’s oldest church and one of the oldest in… Continue reading

SVC student named to all-Washington Academic Team

Christopher Leyva Vera admits he procrastinated while attending Coupeville High School and… Continue reading

Bringing stories to life

Students at Oak Harbor Christian School brought stories to life recently at… Continue reading