Santiam Christian honor roll

ADAIR VILLAGE — Santiam Christian School released its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2016-17 school year.

12th grade (4.0 GPA): Mikayla Manzi (Monmouth), Katie Richert (Dallas) and August Thornton (Independence); 3.5-3.99 — Peggy Liang (Independence), Makenna Setniker (Dallas), Shao-en (Sean) Wang (Dallas) and Alexandra Watson (Dallas).

11th grade (4.0): Hoang Nguyen (Dallas), Kyle Paratore (Independence), Zachary Watson (Dallas), Jenny Wei (Independence) and Billy Zhang (Dallas); 3.5-3.99 — Samuel Barton (Monmouth), Kaylee Breyman (Independence), Grace Moseman (Dallas), Shelby Myrick-Duckett (Independence), Sebastian Perfecto (Independence), Rebeka Preston (Independence) and Buckley Sheng (Monmouth).

10th grade (4.0): Tony Li (Dallas), Jason Manzi (Monmouth), Winn Miller (West Salem), Abby Riedlinger (Independence) and Cole Setniker (Dallas); 3.5-3.99 — Carlos Garcia Palomar (Dallas).

Ninth grade (4.0): Ainsley Beam (Monmouth), Olivia Bellinger-Verbics (Monmouth) and Trevor Oxenrider (Independence); 3.5-3.99 — James Bodnovits (Independence), Lily Hardy (Dallas) and Amanda Preston (Independence).

Eighth grade (4.0): Caroline Conolly (Dallas) and Keilana Oxenrider (Independence); 3.5-3.99 — Levi Cummins (Monmouth), Joshua Montoya (Dallas), Ben Steffen (Independence) and Carolyn Wilfong (Monmouth).

Seventh grade (4.0): Eli Cummins (Monmouth), Ely Kennel (Monmouth) and Jamie Myrick-Duckett (Independence); 3.5-3.99 — Adrien Barba (Dallas), Jonathan Breyman (Independence) and Abi Von Derahe (Monmouth).

Local students named to dean’s list

PORTLAND — Two Polk County students were named to the Warner Pacific College dean's list for the Fall 2016 academic term. To qualify, students must be enrolled full-time and achieve a 3.5 or greater grade point average. Graduate students are not included on this list. Students in the undergraduate Adult Degree Program who have completed at least 12 credits for classes ending during the specified dates are included.

Both Angelica Sletten, of Dallas, and Kelly Wahl, of Independence, earned a 4.0.

Miller earns spot on dean’s list

LA GRANDE — Matthew Miller, of Dallas, was named to Eastern Oregon University’s dean’s list for the fall term along with 520 other students. Qualifying students achieve and maintain a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale while completing a minimum of 12 hours of graded coursework for the duration of the term.

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