GSCC releases spring Dean’s list

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The Spring Semester 2024 Dean’s List at Gadsden State Community College was released by President Kathy Murphy. Full-time students who earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above but below 4.0 (with all A’s and B’s) and complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of college-level work are named to the Dean’s List. Local students named to the list are:

Dalton Garmon, Hope Jenkins and Pamela Garmany of Altoona. Suzanna Brock, Courtney Darnell, Erick Gonzalez, Chandler McGinnis and Jordyn Morris of Ashville. Kendra Davis, Dominick Fadule, Addison Gilliland, Annie Jones, Brooklyn Jones, Landon Maroney, Elijah Molock, Joshua Owen, Victor Ramirez, Summer Robinson, Kaylee Rogers-Lee, Kaitlyn Satterfield, Gracie Smith, Jakori Stell, Britney Tidwell and Josey Tooley of Attalla. Domingo Andres, Gregorio Antonio, Carmen Barkley, Ugochukwu Buchi-Ahiabuike, Carsen Chesnut, Judge Daugherty, Carson Davis, Westin Day, Griffin Deck, Jacie Divine, Karlie Duarte, Kathryn Floyd, Jonathan Garrard, Jordan Garrett, Lauren Garrett, John Gilbert, Will Guffey, Kennedy Guthrie, McKenna Hale, Gracie Harris, Shane Hicks, Dalton Hubbard, Kaitlyn Hughes, Ashley Hunter, Alyah Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Julianna Jester, Nathaniel Johnson, Sarah Johnson, Holley Jones, Dayana Juarez Hernandez, Adolphus Knight, Jada Lett, Hannia Lopez, Sydney Lumpkin, German Malone, Brett Matthews, Chelsea McConnell, Jessica McGlaughn, Katelinn McKerley, Christopher McMahan, Scotlyn Moore, Dearrius Myers, Mya Nelson, Roque Palmerinvega, Sydney Parker, Andre Patterson, Jackie Payne, Alondra Pena, Emily Perez, Gwenivere Perry, Kadence Priest, Jackson Primm, Jade Swinford, Evan Tigue, Mariah Tyree, Corrieanna Underwood, Ricky Vogel, Taveyah Williams, Emi Womack and Dorice Young of Gadsden. Jackson Barron and Jade Garrison of Gallant. Bailey Baty, Joshua Kanaday, Hali Noah and Amber O’Tinger of Glencoe. Madalynn Alred, Christopher Brown, Joshua Carr, Ella Hines, Coleman Morgan, Preston Reaves and Karlee Reed of Hokes Bluff. Obiora Akubue, Destini Bradley, Koby Dillard, Latoreyian Gibbs, Haleigh Graves, McKinley Kay, Erika Long, Tshegofatso Moeng, Addyson Nelson, Brady Perry, Alexander Robinson, Zachary Sparks and Brittany White of Rainbow City. Marly Davenport, Hunter Humphries, Kali Kueny, Ethan Light, Hung Mai, Kyle Patterson, Steven Robertson and Britney Stephens of Southside. Anna Hutchins of Steele.

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