Mulvaney makes Dean’s List at North Greenville

  • Thursday, February 21, 2013

North Greenville University has recognized Joshua Mark Mulvaney of Mount Pleasant for academic accomplishments by naming them to the Dean’s List for the fall 2012 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average while taking a minimum of 12 hours.

TTC students recognized


A total of 11 Trident Technical College students have been recognized by “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” for 2013.

Students were selected based on their academic standing, participation in extracurricular activities and community service. Selections to “Who’s Who Among Students” are made each fall by individual schools.

This procedure of nomination succeeds in highlighting the individual and diverse service to community and school. These are the students who enhance the positive image of the American students. Due to the variation of curricular and extracurricular programs at schools, each college is assigned a quota of nominees. This quota is carefully calculated to ensure a well-rounded representation of the student body. All nominations must be endorsed by a college’s faculty or administration.

The following are the 2013 “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” honorees: Candice Bizzell, Courtney Coffey, George Dais, Aimee Erkman, Lerraine Haak, Yvette Hayes, Botlhale Johnson, Tara Lovato, Lynnette Morris, Peggy Stanley and Sherrill Wheeler.

Passailaigue earns Gold Star


Sean Robert Passailaigue, a graduate of Wando High School, was honored for outstanding academic achievement at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, during the fall semester of the 2012-2013 academic year.

Passailaigue earned one of the college’s top academic honors, a Gold Star. Gold Stars are presented to students who achieve a 3.7 grade point average or higher during a semester’s course work. Gold Stars are worn on the collar of the cadet full dress and dress uniforms and the summer leave uniform.

Passailaigue is a cadet seeking a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at The Citadel.

Gold Star recipients will be recognized during a military dress parade on Jan. 25.

The Governor’s School recognizes academic achievement


South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities (SCGSAH) recognizes students with the 2012 Fall Honor Roll.

Being listed for high marks is an achievement for these students. Although SCGSAH is an art school, it is known as a very competitive academic institution as well. The school is ranked in the top one percent of Newsweek’s “American’s Best High Schools,” based on academics. SCGSAH consistently maintains a 100 percent graduation rate with all students attending college or professional studies. Artistic potential, not high grades or test scores, is required for admission to SCGSAH, yet students excel in AP results, with an average 3.9 score, and the school ranks 3rd in South Carolina for the highest cumulative SAT scores.

Lizzy Rhodes of Mount Pleasant, who attended Academic Magnet High and majors in Music, made the 2012 Fall Semester Honor Roll for achieving all A’s and B’s.

College of Charleston announces graduates


The following students from Charleston received their Master of Science degree from the College of Charleston on Dec. 16, 2012: Donald Atkinson, Nicholas Boehm, Austen Attaway, Liah Baker, Daniel Temple and Anne Beckley.

The following students from Charleston received their Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the Graduate School of the College of Charleston on Dec. 16, 2012: Joseph Helmly and Lauren Butler.

The following students from Charleston received their Master of Education degree from the Graduate School of the College of Charleston on Dec. 16, 2012: Lyndsie Davis, Brielle Kociolek, Catherine Decker, Maryanne Harrelson and Michael Weckenman.

The following students from Charleston received their Master of Public Administration degree from the Graduate School of the College of Charleston on Dec. 16, 2012: Niki Leiva, Andrea Harris-Long and Stephanie Patterson.

The following Mount Pleasant residents received degrees from the Graduate School of the College of Charleston on December 16, 2012: Gregory Coy (Master of Science), Christian Moore (Master of Science), Michael Shanshala (Master of Arts), Maria Rebula (Master of Business Administration).

Sullivan’s Island resident Leah Fisher received a Master of Science degree from the Graduate School of the College of Charleston on December 16, 2012.

The following students from the Charleston region earned Bachelors degrees from the College of Charleston on December 16, 2012 in a ceremony in the TD Arena.

AWENDAW

Madison Gaskins

DANIEL ISLAND

Danielle Fraser

ISLE OF PALMS

Rachel Chiappardi, Cum Laude

Mount PLEASANT

Cheryl Boyle, Cum Laude

Jodi Vaughn

Kayla Johnson

Lorinne Clement

Benjamin Albia

Alicia Petit, Cum Laude

Andrew Awkar

Alex Keith, Magna Cum Laude

Hollis Beacham

Julia Maggiari

Robert Wade

Ryan Pickhardt

Kenneth Good

Alexandra Daley, Magna Cum Laude

John Mossman

Sabrina Andreucci

Lacy Waldorff

Christine Watson

Ricki Douglas, Cum Laude

Grace Fahrer

Christina Bost

Kenneth Good

Jeffrey Bertel, Cum Laude

Justin Mace

Elizabeth Holmes

Alexandra Danna

Erin Healy

Nora Grimball, Cum Laude

Diane Sobieszczyk, Cum Laude

Kendall Martin

SULLIVAN’S ISLAND

Anna Brown

Elizabeth Cole

Local VMI cadet marches in Inaugural Parade


William C. Hyman Jr. was one of approximately 1,500 cadets from Virginia Military Institute who marched in this year’s presidential Inaugural Parade on Jan. 21. Cadet Hyman’s parent is Sarah E. Kenan.

The Corps of Cadets marched through the heart of Washington D.C., from the U.S.

Capitol Building to the reviewing stand at the White House. The Corps was the final

group in the parade, passing the president in review at about 6:30 p.m.

The cadets’ participation marked the 14th time that the VMI Corps of Cadets has

marched in a presidential Inaugural Parade.

MPA Honor roll


Mount Pleasant Academy announces its honor roll for the second quarter:

Third grade Principal’s Honor Roll (all A’s)

Nick Cladakis, Ruby Hansen, Edward Orr, Lauren Peagler, Perrin Popovich, Keller Wachsmuth, Henry McMillan, Ellisann Thomas, Ella Drew Dodd, Austin Gallman, Emma Nodine, Cecilia Ollis, Justin Story, John Thomason, Sam Boyd, William Abel, Grier Abercrombie, Anson Clark, Olivia Dennis, Brennen Evans, Caleb Keane, Jack Lipscomb, Cypress Santos, Harmon Kerrison, Hayes Martini, Amelia Norcott, Benjamin Stevens and Julia McKellar.

Fourth grade Principal’s Honor Roll (all A’s)

Grayson Ammons, Marshall Hodges, Hannah Korson, Graham McAlister, Ally Monts, Holland Nelson, Jessica Palmer, Lucy Richmond, Sawyer Shoemake, Harris Stripling, Davis Varnado, Estella Walsh, Crawford White, Delaney Winn, Bryson Miller, Nicholas Apostolou, Sara Crawford, Mary Katherine Kerrigan, Kayla Kirkland, Whitney Knotts, Isabella LaBorde, Susannah Manucy, Ryan McInerney, Peyton Moore, Ava Piebenga, Disha Qanungo, Ellie Rogers, Margo Smith, Adam Swanson, Hank Tschantz, Maryn Austin, Wils Browning, Cille Hassell, Olivia Horne, Henry Howell, Grace Kammerer, Katie King, Kyleigh Lesesne, Maggie McKay, Bella Tuk, Jenna Jenkins, Sam Snedeker and Cooper Valinski

Fifth grade Principal’s Honor Roll (all A’s)

Alex Tallarico, Legare Kerrison, Ted Fairchild, Tyler Saxton, Dylan Hurt, Skyler Jones, William Jordan, Elizabeth Missroon, Evan Posnanski, Emerson Garris, Molly Kerr, Brooks Maxwell, Mary McElveen and Aisling Gross

Third grade A-B Honor Roll

Autumn Bosier, Virginia Buxton, Sharriah Green, Will Houlihan, Brendan Pastor, Ella Grace Jordan, Tommy Bryant, Brooke Bennett, Bennett Blanchard, Mary Charlotte Brookshire, Henry Brown, Cameron Capps, Saffron Jones, Caroline Morey, Ellie Middleton, Macey Brooks, Hampden Geer, Summer Padgett, Caroline Collins, Will Crimmins, Emmie Lee, Holden Moore, Sidd Pelluru, Hope Staubes, Whit Tiller, Blake West, Ava Allen, Halsey Harrison, Whit Hogg, John Hutto, Mary Lillian Leigh, Benjamin Nodine, Winn Thornhill, Lexi Brooks, Cleary Chance, Sophie deBrux, Amelia Dietrich, Wiley Tschantz and Spivey Woodward

Fourth grade A-B Honor Roll

Jake Haire, Addie Warley, Catherine Mellichamp, Owen Wilkes, Rory Buchannnon, Jack Bucknam, Livvie Caldwell, Britton Logan, Leland McConnell, Ethan Slocum, Irie Williams, Chase Collins, Jackson Bilbro, Dollie Powell, Charlotte Smith, Benjamin Carter, Jack Huber, Jack Ladd, John-Finley McLeod, Bryce Owens, Hannah VanLaw, JT Walker, Ansley Albrecht, Marco Jimenez and Lillian Nielsen

Fifth grade A-B Honor Roll

Savanna Adams, Jackson Averill, Anna Golding, Connor Mullen, Noah Pitassi, Calista Sasnett, Savannah Sergent, Eliza Avant, Dylan Googer, Andrew Peters, Garrick Tyler, Amelia Blair, Sarah Goblet, Jack Grayson, Olivia Higdon, JH Leigh, Harrison Spears, Sam Buchanan, Grace Davenport, Tamaine Harding, Ava Middour, Caelan Paquette, Keegan Winn, Kristi Lee Kirkland, Abbey Lane Blankenship, Thomas Johnson, Luke Prendergast and Frances Folline.

Longanecker named to Wofford College’s fall Dean’s List


Dr. David S. Wood, senior vice president of academic affairs and dean of Wofford College, has announced the Dean’s List students for the Fall 2012 Semester, which includes Grace Marie Longanecker of Mount Pleasant.

To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must be enrolled for at least 12 semester hours of graded courses and attain a semester grade point average of 3.6 or higher.

Hyman named to Dean’s List at VMI



William C. Hyman Jr., a sophomore from Charleston, is among the 668 cadets who were recently named to the Deans’ List at Virginia Military Institute for the first semester of academic year 2012-13. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a cadet must have a term grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and no grade below C. Hyman is is majoring in Psychology. His parent is Sarah E. Kenan.


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