Sandhills Community College congratulates the 395 students who distinguished themselves by earning grades that place them on the honors lists for the spring semester of 2023.
Sandhills Community College students who achieved a 4.0-grade point average with twelve or more semester hours of college-level work were placed on the President's List for the spring semester of 2023. Those on the President’s List are: Michael Ahlheim, Sandra Alfaro, Michael Algeo, Xavier Anderson, Margaret Andrew, Lizzy Angel, Ella Aubert, Lily Baker, Brooke Ballard, Lindsay Barber, Nolan Barto, Callie Berger, Tyler Beyer, Ephraim Boyte, Khalia Bratcher, Emma Brown, Pamela Brown, Monica-Lynn Bryan, Detria Buie, Jeannette Burt, Logan Caldwell, Kimberly Cameron, Patience Carpenter, Abbigail Cascasan, Katherine Catalan-Deloya, William Chalmers, April Chaquea, Hailey Cheek, Krissa Cheek, Geraldine Clark, Randy Cole, Redd Collins, Thomas Conlon, Amanda Cooper, Brandon Copenhaver, Jasmin Coughenour, Hannah Cox, Rachel Cox, Caleb Currie, Tessa Dandridge, Kennedy Dear, Zachary Dial, Julianne Dixon, Ashton Dubin, Brook Dunlap, Elizabeth Durtschi, Emily Dyer, Drew Ebner, Olivia Eiswirth, Stephanie English, Michael Evans, Garrett Fausz, Jessica Finison, Rachael Flynn, Savannah Foland, Jamie Frade, Hannah Fuentes, Raymond Gaddy, Jeanne Gaines Rhude, Kristen Garner, Evelyn Gervacio Guzman, Thomas Gilligan, Nicholas Giordano, Ashton Glover, Alexander Gouras, Dominic Grant, Matheus Greenburg, Danielle Gregrow, William Griffie, Abrianna Grullon, Tiara Guajardo, Alon Hanani, Anna Hannum, Hannah Hardy, Nattia Harris, Logan Hay, Daniel Heath, Brandelyn Hegeman, Julie Herring, Cierra Hiatt, Madeline Hovland, Haley Hunter, Harriett Hutchins, Collette Hutton, Lee Hyder Jr, Halla Ibrahim, Catherine Jacobs, Chyah Jacobs, Natasha Jacobs, Andrew Jimenez, Evelyn Jimenez, Yaquelin Jimenez Soriano, Brittany Johnson, Katie Johnson, Yvonne Johnson, Jayce Johnston, Gabrielle Joyce, Jenna Joyce, Kylie Kerr, Hannah Kirkpatrick, Edward Korotasz, Kimberly Kreher, Elise Lasala, Matthew Lasater, Xzandria Lawrence, Jered Leber, Amelia Leonard, Kenneth Lewis, Cindy Lin, Samantha Litt, Gladys Locklear, Nicholas Loehr, Lisbeth Lopez Garcia, Lauren Lynch, Aidan Lyons, Taylor Mabe, Victoria Marcum, Naomi Marshall, Britta Martin, Jackson Martinez, Kaleigh Mashione, Stephanie Mathis, Max McBride, Lauren McBryde, Katie McClure, Paris McCollum, Ethan McDuffie, Cory McEvoy, Kiersten McIntyre, Shaterica McMillan, Jeremy Meares, Emily Mejia-Pena, Joshua Michaux, Becca Miller, Lauren Miller, Lindsey Miller, Kaitlin Mitchum, Jonathan Morales-Flores, Melody Moreton, Trent Moss, Michael Munoz, Jubilee Murphy, Stephanie Nelms, Eryn Olson, Gideon Orozco, Amayrani Pano-Martinez, Gordon Parker, Julianna Parker, Kaitlyn Parker, Kelly Parker, Kennedy Parker, Cassidy Pastre, Micayla Patota, Katherine Patterson, Brandon Paul, David Payne, Andrew Pekala, Victoria Pender, Rachael Pesantes, Nicholas Petero, Margaret Phariss, Julie Pierce, Santiago Pimienta, Alexus Pleasants, Rachel Poe, Ashley Pohl, Alyssa Pridgen, Kyle Rahilly, Benjamin Read, Isela Rebollar Colin, Ella Reibsome, Robert Remington, Justin Richards, Nathan Roach, Latia Robinson, Andrew Rouse, Brandon Rueda-Garcia, Berbelin Sanchez, Summer Scott, Andrew Sellers, Adam Shapiro, Mitchell Sheffield, Luke Shelton, Eva Siironen, Carter Spitler, John Thomas Squier, Dakota Steven Holmes, Heather Stewart, Shaquitta Stewart, Bethany Stone, Shion Strickland, Camryn Stutts, Kelli Sullivan, Samuel Swigart, Edith Tabon, Franco Telles, Tammy Thomas, Jocelyn Thompson, Tessa Tigges, Julian Torres, Ayana Townsend, Leoluis Toyo Camacho, Dagoberto Trinidad, Christian Trotta, Jodi Turner, Jessica Turney, Asa Tyler, Sean Ward, Jacora Watkins, Lecarya Watkins, Rebekah Way, Kurt Williamson, Collin Wiseman, Kayleen Witte, Gabrielle Wood, Jordyn Wood, Kai Ye, and Caitlin York.
The Sandhills Community College Dean's List comprises students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, with no grade below a C, and took twelve or more semester hours of college-level work during the spring semester of 2023. Those on the Dean’s List are: Trinity Ahing, Taylor Aldridge, Catlyyne Arreguin, Mirella Ayala, Olivia Barlowe, Shamayah Battle, Racquel Beattie, Cesar Becerril Gonzalez, Amaya Bond, Amanda Bossert, Brittney Bowersock, Olivia Bright, Peyton Britt, Dustin Bullard, Yeni Bustos Jaimes, Hunter Byrd, Julia Camp, Kathleen Campbell, Quintin Caristo, Brandi Carpenter, Trina Carter, Abigail Ceballos, Piper Chanonat, Lorena Chavez-Hernandez, Nicole Cimadamore, Destiny Cleary, John Cline, John Clouse, Carolyn Coffey, Daniel Cole, Jacob Cordaro, Elizabeth Cornett, Kayla Courdway, Gina Crowe, Kimberly Dalton, Savannah Davis, Sean Deam, Hope Despain, Deborah Drake-Welch, Anna Drummer, Jacob Elliott, William Ellman, Cristal Fajardo Vera, Kayla Feliciano, Carolann Fifield, Liley Flanagan, Daniel Floyd, Lisa Fortinberry, Makayla Fournier, Jennifer Garcia, Jesus Garcia de la Cruz, Alberto Garcia-Merida, Joy Garner, Alaina Goins, Allen Greene, Kailea Hanks, Brett Helms, Caitlyn Henley, Lauren Herron, Ashley Hogan, Dylan Horner, Shanel Horton, Kaleiyah Hughes, Lannah Huneycutt, Caitlyn Hurd, Matthew Jackson, Elizabeth Jacobs, Javon Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Madeline Joiner, Karly Jordan, Raymond Jourdan, Cameron Kawase, Alexis Kivett, Luke Korpak, Rebecca Kratz, Justin Lemmond, Kaylyn Lewis, Lezly Lizarde, Darlicia Locklear, Caitlin Long, Miguel Lopez, Jodus Lower, Joseph MacDonald, Arthur Mackey, Kaden Maddalena, Carla Maldonado Marrero, Noah Maness, Jillian Manzo, Alyssa Maragelis, Reid Marshburn, David Martinez, Isaiah Mason, MacKenzie Mason, Kadyn Matthews, Adam Maynor, Schuyler McCormick, Bailey McNeill, William Meacham, Miryan Mendoza, Maxwell Meyer, Cheyne Miller, Breanna Monroe, Gary Monroe, Jon Moon, Carter Morgan, Jaliyah Morrisey-Patterson, Juliana Mosco, Erica Mumm, Ryan Munoz, Matthew Nall, Haley Nelms, Collin Nelson, Kyle Nessner, Alana Nguyen, Daniel Nock, Dakota Norman, Benjamin Noterman, Jack Olander, Andres Ortega, Haley Pandure, Gunnar Parks, Ethan Pate, Abigail Patterson, Chandler Patterson, Diego Penafiel Jimenez, Olivia Perkins, Brandi Pettitt, Seth Pies, Lauren Poe, Yarlin Ramirez- Helguera, Araceli Ramos Sanchez, Caiden Ray, Jalasia Ray, Logan Ritter, Morgan Roberts, Ian Rogers, Yesenia Ruiz-Nabor, Ola Sabla, Aidan Sanders, Rain Sandt, Cameron Scholl, Ashleigh Shannon, Aniyah Shaw, London Shea, Alexander Smith, Andrew St John, Hannah Staal, Mallorie Strickland, Jessica Strohacker, Magaly Suarez, MacKenzie Swett, Amaya Taylor, Destiny Terry, Garner Thomas, Mya Thompson, Anna Throneburg, Antonio Tomat, Juan-Carlos Tosic, Gwyneth Trent, Zoey Upchurch, Haley Vanhorn, Brady Verett, Sean Vierwinden, Jamie Walters, Bethany Ward, Joseph Warner, Demi Watkins, Quentin Weik, Anaiyah Wike, Anthony Williams, Deborah Williams, Trinity Williams, Joseph Wood, Seth Yarborough, Erin Yost, and Jennifer Zuniga-Flores.
The fall semester flightPath will be published on the Sandhills Community College website in mid-July (www.sandhills.edu/flightpath). It will contain information about all curriculum programs and the Continuing Education classes scheduled to begin in August through December.
Curriculum classes will begin on August 14. In addition to the traditional 16-week semester, there will be two eight-week sessions, one beginning on August 14 and the second on October 11. Students can take a mix of full-semester classes alongside eight-week sessions. For all information, go to www.sandhills.edu/learn.
Boys & Girls Club
A Boys & Girls Club unit is offered on the Sandhills campus. It runs from 2:30 to 6:30 pm for kindergarten through fifth grade. The Club is ideal for parents/guardians taking SCC afternoon or evening classes, those who need study time, need to utilize the computer lab or work on projects. Club participants will receive homework assistance, and dinner is offered. The cost is $40 per child per year. The Club provides transportation from McDeeds Creek, Farm Life, and Carthage Elementary schools.
In addition, drop-in services are available free of charge to Sandhills students from 6-9 pm. This is ideal for students taking afternoon or evening classes, working on group projects, or for other academic reasons. For more information or to register for the Club or drop-in services, contact Edith-Ann Jackson at email@example.com or 910.638.6502.
Classes for High School Students
Moore and Hoke County High School students can take SCC classes at no cost as juniors and seniors. High school counselors can help schedule these classes, or home or private school students can contact Elizabeth Yarrington at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who reside in Moore and Hoke Counties that successfully complete the required number of classes through Sandhills while in high school can qualify to receive two full years of paid tuition through our Sandhills Promise program. Sandhills awards over $350,000 to pay tuition and fees for Sandhills Promise students each year. Since its inception in the Fall of 2017, 1,504 students have participated in the Sandhills Promise. The Sandhills Promise applications are due each year by mid-July.