The University of Mary Washington has announced its Dean’s List for the fall semester of the 2012-13 academic year. The Dean’s List recognizes outstanding academic achievement by full-time students who attain a minimum grade-point average of 3.5 out of a possible 4.0.
Anne Hermes, of South Chesterfield, was named to the Dean’s List of Emory College, the undergraduate, liberal arts college of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., for the 2012 fall semester. Students must be in the top 20 percent of Emory College or have approximately a 3.85 grade point average or higher to be named to the Dean’s List.
With a strong third place finish in the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Forensics Speech Tournament Matoaca High School senior Nicholas Rundlett will advance to the regional competition.
Three Matoaca High School choir students were recently selected via audition at the All-District Choir to advance to the All-State Choir. This is the highest honor a singer can achieve at the high school level.
The written word is a powerful force – one that can create haunting stories, adoring verses, imaginative lyrics, belly-aching laughs, dramatic speeches, and theatrical spectacles. This variety will be celebrated during John Tyler Community College’s 18th Annual Literary Festival, February 19–28, 2013.
Each year, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards spotlight the creativity and abilities of middle and high school students throughout the country. Students in Chesterfield County Public Schools this year achieved 50 Gold Keys, 64 Silver Keys and 80 honorable mentions.
Recently the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers recognized three Matoaca High School art students for their outstanding work. Over 3,095 students in the Richmond Art Region submitted work to the Scholastic Art Awards judges.
The following local residents were recently named to the Dean’s List at the College of William & Mary for the fall 2012 semester.