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The following students have made the Dean’s List at their respective college or university.
DePaul University: Sawyer Hopps.
Gettysburg College: Andrew Monthey.
Tufts University: Erin Coonahan, Jessie Thorup and Rachel Hawkins.
Wheaton College: Christopher Thomas and Kirsten Russell.
Clarkson University: Douglas B. Staples.
Springfield College: Douglas Nickerson.
Stonehill College: Kyle T. Weeks.
Tufts University: Bernard Weigel IV.
University of Connecticut: Danielle D’Alfonso, Christine Hammontree.
Wake Forest University: Jonathan Powers.
Wheaton College: Laura Goldstein, Olivia O’Reilly, Megan O’Toole and Charles Linthicum.
Whittenberg University: Kirsten Bjork.
Champlain College: David Lake.
Springfield College: Ethan Wyman.
Champlain College: Wilson Slader.
Clarkson University: Cotter T. Jackson.
University of Connecticut: Chelsea Mora.
Wake Forest University: David Mangone.
Wheaton College: Joanna Gildart, Elizabeth Lewis and Chloe Sarapas.
FALMOUTH — Timothy Follow, Catherine Hebson, Sarah Hemphill, Conor McGrory and Jane Yook have been notified by the U.S. Department of Education that they have been selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Established in 1964, the U.S. Presidential Scholars program honors some of the country’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors.
FREEPORT — Shelby Sawyer, a student at Freeport High School, was recently selected to represent Maine as a National Youth Delegate at the 2012 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University.
She has been awarded the opportunity to join a select group of 250 students from across the country to participate in an intensive week-long study of leadership in environmental science and conservation. Sawyer was chosen based on academic accomplishments and a demonstrated interest and excellence in leadership in the sciences and conservation studies.
YARMOUTH — Yarmouth student Henry Becker recently won READ magazine’s poetry contest for his poem, “The Mind’s Emissary.” He was one of six winners and received $100 for the winning poem. The poem will be published in the May issue of READ.
YARMOUTH — Each year Maine high schools are invited to nominate a sophomore student to attend the Maine Youth Leadership Seminar, a four-day conference held at University of Southern Maine in Gorham. This year, faculty and staff at Yarmouth High School chose Kristopher R. Cody as their representative. He was elected based on his outstanding leadership qualities.
CUMBERLAND — Hunter Jenson recently put his Pokemon trading card skills to the test at the Play! Pokemon Trading Card Game State Championship in Westbrook. He is currently preparing for the New England Championship.