55 Locals Make Dean's List at Curry College

More high-achieving local students...

MILTON , MA - Curry College is proud to announce that the following students have been named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2019 semester.

  • Gabriel Agaman of East Sandwich
  • Meghan Baker of Sandwich
  • Michael Boyle of Buzzards Bay
  • Olivia Brown of Sandwich
  • Patrick Burke of Yarmouth Port
  • Matt Coakley of Pocasset
  • Andrew Coville of West Yarmouth
  • Alison Daigle of Edgartown
  • Shane Doherty of Sandwich
  • CC Downarowicz of Pocasset
  • Nicole Durant of Sandwich
  • Andrew Fair of Sagamore Beach
  • Sean Ford of Centerville
  • Akera Forrester of Chatham
  • John Gainey of Truro
  • Hilary Gonneville of Forestdale
  • Melissa Grogan of Forestdale
  • Katelynn Halpren of East Wareham
  • Molly Horn of Buzzards Bay
  • Kevin Jordan of Wareham
  • Dylan Ketterer of Onset
  • Megan Ladner of Bourne
  • Vicki Lavoie of East Wareham
  • Emma Lazarescu of Forestdale
  • Laura Lear of Wellfleet
  • James LeBlanc of Mashpee
  • Jillian Lizotte of North Falmouth
  • Mark Mancini of East Falmouth
  • Mariella Martin of Marstons Mills
  • Justin Murphy of Mashpee
  • Michael Murphy of Mashpee
  • Stephen Naylor of Harwich
  • Trinity Pacella of East Wareham
  • Michael Parma of Forestdale
  • Tulsi Patel of Teaticket
  • Karuna Rai of Harwich
  • Evan Ramirez of Harwich
  • Risa Ramos of West Yarmouth
  • Angela Ricard of Orleans
  • Chloe Samter of Falmouth
  • Aurora Semple of Wareham
  • Brittney Shane of Mashpee
  • Kylie Silva of Onset
  • Caroline Silvia of East Falmouth
  • Sarah Simmons of Forestdale
  • Shannon Smith of Harwich
  • James Smith of Forestdale
  • Melissa Terry of East Falmouth
  • Heather Tolentino of West Yarmouth
  • Miranda Trieble of Harwich
  • Mark Vranos of Monument Beach
  • Jacob White of West Wareham
  • Andrew Wilson of Forestdale
  • Simone Wooten of Wareham
  • Edward Zine of East Falmouth

To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a 3.30 GPA, have no incompletes, and have no grade lower than a "C" for the semester.


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