Several Bethlehem area residents were among the fall graduates of Lehigh University Class of 2018.
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Several local residents have been named to the Moravian College’s fall 2018 semester dean’s honor list. To qualify, the students carried three or more course units during the fall or spring term and earned a GPA for the term of 3.50 or higher.
February is a very busy month for students, full of planning and organizing for many different activities for the upcoming months.
February 1 marked the Second Quarter Pep Rally for Lehigh Valley Academy students. The event was designed like the Olympics, with each grade representing a different nation. Seniors represented Japan; juniors represented Italy; sophomores represented Spain; and freshmen represented Germany. The winner of the gold medal was Spain.
Penn State Extension
Dominic Marfisi and Bria Stapleton, both of Bethlehem,were named to the Albright College fall 2018 semester dean’s list. To be included, the students earned a GPA of 3.75 or better while taking a minimum of three graded courses during a semester. Albright College is located at 1621 N.13 St., Reading, 19604. For information, call 610-921-2381 or visit www.albright.edu.
Northampton Community College
Family members: My family includes Jennie Freeman (Mom), Hector Garcia (stepdad), Sean Freeman (brother), Jaevon Freeman (brother) and Jaylanie Freeman (niece).
Favorite subject: My favorite subjects are history and math. I love studying history because it helps us understand change, and how the society we live in came to be. Math is another favorite subject because I am good at it and I like money.
East Stroudsburg University
Fall 2018 Dean’s List local residents
Several local residents have been named to the East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania’s Fall 2018 semester dean’s list. To qualify, the students earned a 3.50 quality point average or better and are enrolled full-time. The letter grade “B” earns 3 quality points per credit, and the grade “A” earns 4 quality points per credit.
Though postponed by severe weather, the principle, “Do what is right,” is too important to let lapse.
It was the theme to which students and teachers at Fountain Hill ES welcomed community volunteers for a morning of education and reflection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 25.