Carroll College announced its 2018 spring semester dean’s list. To be included on the dean’s list, a student must receive a 3.5 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 scale and take at least 12 graded credits in a semester.
Belgrade: Aryanna Ekola, Emma Lawver
Three Forks: Anna Christman, Darren Hecker, Christine Wambeke
Kyli Ayers of Manhattan made the Trinity Christian College of Palos Heights, Ill., Dean’s List for Spring 2018.
Manhattan Bank is proud to announce that Elle M. Olsztyn, a Manhattan High School graduate, is the recipient of its annual $1,000.00 Scholarship. This scholarship was established in 1999 by Manhattan Bank.
Elle is the daughter of Chris and Tammy Olsztyn. She plans on attending Montana State University-Bozeman, Montana where she will major in Graphic Design.
Manhattan Bank-Churchill Branch is proud to announce that Ashley L. Braaksma, a Manhattan Christian High School graduate, is the recipient of its annual $1,000.00 Scholarship. This scholarship was established in 1999 by Manhattan Bank–Churchill Branch. Ashley is the daughter of Terry and Michelle Braaksma. She plans on attending Carroll College in Helena, Montana where her major will be Nursing.
Manhattan Bank-Three Forks Branch is proud to announce that Sydney L. Lane a Three Forks High School graduate, is the recipient of its annual $1,000.00 Scholarship. This scholarship was established in 2001 by Manhattan Bank-Three Forks Branch. Sydney is the daughter of Brian and Lorie Lane. She plans on attending Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana where she will major in Health and Human Performance – Exercise Science.
Isaac Mills of Gallatin Gateway was named to the Champlain College of Burlington, Vt., Dean’s List for the Spring 2018 semester.
Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2018.
There are two MSU honor roll lists: the President’s and the Dean’s Honor Roll. Students must complete a minimum of 12 degree-eligible credit hours to be on either list.
Students with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester were named to the President’s Honor Roll. An asterisk follows the names of the 1,098 students named to the MSU President’s Honor Roll in the listing below.
Lauren Adams*, Paige Anderson, Jennifer Andres*, Megan Armstrong, JoLyn Balcom, Nicole Barber*, Colter Barney, Amber Barone*, Alyssa Bartling*, Kasara Batzler, Conner Becker, Dylan Bell*, Caleb Benson, Madie Berg*, Kimberly Blakeley, Sara Blessing*, Christy Brown, Naomi Burkenpas, Emily Cady, John Carlson*, Connor Cawthorn*, Sage Chase, Shiloh Christopher, Samantha Cleary, Aimee Combs*, Alexandra Coppage, Justine Crom*, Colton Crum, Britney Curran, Lisa De Jong*, Sydney Deichman, Madison DeMartino, Sarah Derzay, Hillary Dews, Leanne Dibert, Troy Dunning, Dawson Durnam*, Zachary Dustin, Devon Duval-Driscoll, Parker Edwins, MacKenzie Eickelberg*, Ashleah Elias*, Faith Ellis*, Ezequiel Esparza, Erin Farrell*, Alexis Forsythe*, Sarah Friedrich*, Shelby Fromm*, Claudia Fuller, Jonathan Fuller, Nathan Ghormley, Isaac Gilbertson, Hannah Goulet, Emily Grabovich, Brianna Hanson, Sara Harmon, Alethia Heide*, Hailey Henesh, Elliot Heumier, Alyssa Hoffman, Jesse Horner, Kami Horner, Zachary Hull, Dexter Jarrett, Cameron Jenkins*, Amanda Johnson*, Jessica Johnson*, Morgan Johnson, Kylee Johnston, Tori Jones, Colin King, Margaret Kirby, Abagail Klonsinski*, Albert Koenig, Ashley Koenig, Abigail Koltz*, Addie Kreikemeier, Nicholas Krob, Garrett Kuntz, Bailey LaLonde, Rhonda Lawson, Jennah Lebrecht, Dallas LeGrande, Derek Marks, Rebecca Mayville, Corbin McAllister-Williams*, Rachel McEachron*, Justin McGowen, Stephanie McLaren, Timaree Meuchel*, Shayla Mulcahy, Kalista Pachl, Jessica Peavler, Alia Peterson, Kyle Preiss*, Jaclynn Pruitt, Travis Ross, Darcy Saffer*, Kaylee Sarvis, Steven Sarvis, Kayden Schaff*, Emily Schram, Nina Scott, Joey Severson, Travis Silver, Madelyn Smith, Zachary Smith, Shantelle Smolik, Jaden Stewart, Paige Stewart, Courtney Stromme, Abigail Sutton, Shelby Sweeney*, Daniel Tanascu*, Alexis Thompson, Zachary Tolby, Abigail Tomlinson, Ethan Turner*, Lauren Wagner, Eric Ward, Kristina West, Kevin Williamson, Hailey Wisner, Elizabeth Workman, Lindsay Young
Sydni Ayers*, Megan Brint, Savannah Carr, Conner Cross, Cody Dykstra*, Shaelynn Feddes, Timothy Gould*, Danica Jansma, Jennifer Jones, Hannah Kamerman, Nathan Kuehl, Maci Larson, Savannah Love, Troy Lucier, Demiri Moore, Alec Nehring*, Thomas O’Leary, Gina Potts, Tyler Rorabaugh, Cassandra Sybesma*, Tessa Sybesma*, Giulia Weeda*, Tiffany Wood
Kegen Benson*, Anna Berghausen, Sorcha Brooks, Luke Colberg*, James Corbett, Rebecca Delaittre*, Jeremy Ditto, Somer Erdmann*, Natalie Johnson, Ryan Lane, Kelly Liebers, Ryan Malmquist*, Krista Nelson*, Michael Reilly, Cady Sayers, Samantha Schaefer, Tim Stover, Kellene Zepeda
Sarah Abbott*, Karen Arness, Luke Bing*, Madison Brenner, Jaycey Ells*, Evynn Gibbs-Cook*, Anya Loomis, Rachel Nixon*, Ruth Robinson, Laura Rodas*, Jacob Salanave, Chelsea Tuininga, Grace Walkuski, Alyssa Woodworth Beck*, Bjorn Worum
Steven Cantalupo of Manhattan, Brittney Robinson, and Mack Shainy of Three Forks, and Autumn Sharp of Belgrade received the Rocky Mountain Section PGA Foundation Scholarship Award winners for 2018. The award is given annually to college-bound high school seniors based on academic achievement, community and extracurricular activity, leadership, financial need and involvement and contribution to the game of golf.
Seven women received their HiSET degree, formally known as GED, recently during a ceremony at Career Transitions in Belgrade.
“Against all odds these young people are on their way,” organizers said.
The students are as follows:
Jada Valdes, formerly from Townsend/Belgrade, now Bozeman
Kaitlyn Beaver, Belgrade
Jamie Dunn, Belgrade
Nicole Reis, Manhattan
Tirzha Palmer, 4-Corners-Bozeman
Noemi Soria, Belgrade
Douglas Armstrong, Bozeman
Mason Klewin of Bozeman recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
Klewin is a freshman at Bozeman Senior High School and is a member of Scout Troop 676.
For his Eagle Scout project, Klewin built a cement pad and bike rack in Rose Park in Bozeman this fall.