SANATOGA PA – Twelve post-secondary students who attend, formerly attended, or live within the Pottsgrove, Pottstown, and Spring-Ford school districts have been recognized for academic and extracurricular accomplishments at their colleges, universities, and other higher educational institutions.
Just Getting Started
Four Pottstown residents – Alexander Ziemba, Vincent Plantener, Courteney Parry, and Abiola Oladipo – all began their studies recently as members of the Lehigh University Class of 2022.
Andrew Robillard of Royersford is one of nearly 700 students who have joined the class of 2022 at Wilkes University. He is entering as an engineering major.
Honored And Awarded
Emily Keck, an information systems major from Pottstown, spent three weeks this summer studying oceanographic data analysis at the Scottish Marine Institute in Oban, Scotland. She participated in a program titled “Field Methods in Oceanographic Analysis.”
Gianna Crawford of Royersford, a Spring-Ford Area Senior High School graduate pursuing a degree in nursing at Widener University, was one of 17 students, who recently spent a week studying in Costa Rica. As part of a freshmen seminar titled “Sustainability and Cultural Competence,” she and her colleagues visited a dairy farm, a coffee roaster, the Costa Rican university in Heredia, the volcano Irazu, and the La Paz Waterfalls Gardens Park.
Rebecca Cubbler of Royersford was one of 44 Bloomsburg University student-athletes recognized by the Division II Athletic Directors Association with a 2017-18 academic achievement award for classroom excellence. Cubbler and her peers were honored for having at least a 3.5 grade point average, attending a minimum of two years of college-level work, and being an active member of their intercollegiate team.
Named To The Dean’s List
Jenna Yerger of Pottstown, a nursing major, was named to the dean’s list for the Spring 2018 semester at Gwynedd Mercy University.
Mary King and Emily Hunter, both residents of Pottstown, and Troy Lachenmayer of Royersford were named to the Spring 2018 semester dean’s list at Delaware Valley University.
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