Early College students earn spot on Isothermal Dean’s List
A group of Polk County Early College students taking classes at Isothermal Community College qualified for the dean’s list for the fall semester.
To achieve this academic distinction, a student must be enrolled in 12 or more hours of study and maintain a 3.25 grade point average out of a possible 4.0. This does not include grades earned in Academic Development classes.
Polk County Early College is a Learn and Earn School, in which students earn college credits while in high school. The Early College is a partner with Isothermal Community College and with the North Carolina Virtual Public School.
PCEC students named to the Dean’s List include:
Caleb H. Blackwell, Reagan M. Heatherly, Jillian E. Snyder, Braeden E. Sullivan, Brittany E. Bradley, Caleb L. Cantrell, Cooper J. Massengill, Carisa M. Sellers, Autumn S. Wilson, Jesus A. Garcia and Gordon M. Veser.
– Submitted by PolkStudents.com
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