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NETC Names Fall President's and Dean's List Students

The faculty and staff of Northeastern Technical College proudly honor students for their outstanding academic achievement during the Fall 2023 semester. Students are named to the President's List in recognition of a grade point average of 4.0. Students placed on the Dean's List are recognized for earning a grade point average of 3.5.

Fall 2023 President's List

Bennettsville: Manuel Arteaga, Jamison Bethea, Grey Blair, Adriana Bostic, Averyun Brown, Ny-Tavia Brown, Charles Kashif, John Cowans Jr., Kierin Dennis, Hannah English, Loyd Fennell, Khadijah Gurley, Shelby Helms, Bobby Henderson III, Allyson Henry, Ryleigh Hill, Labrisha Hudley, Marcus Johnson, Rasheed Jones, Lincoln Kinard, Charrissia Madison, Destinee McCall, Maquelle McCollough, Erik Middlebrook, Chrsitopher Owens, Ty'leah Parker, Justin Purvis, Jahona Reed, Ocie Riley, Mandy Rodges, Jamell Singleton, Dwayne Smith, and John Williams.

Cheraw: Linleigh Adams, Amada Blackmon, Aiden Boan, Cameron Boan, McKenzie Crowley, Dustin Davis, Michaela Davis, Tristan English, Alejandro Gaston, Alex Gaston, Daniel Goldy Kristy Hogan, Jerilee Holder, Sydney Huffman, Jireh McCoy, Heather Newsome, Chad Parke, Kaeden Press, Tara Quick, Flint Ratliff, Kali Reed, Kayla Relyea, Theresa Rorls, Bobby Roscoe, Olvia Samuel, Riley St. Claire, Lyndon Sterrett, Ella Stevens, Gavin Tyner, Claire Vanderark, Zander Wagner, Emily Wallace, Matthew Watson, Kaylee Wood, and Charles Zeigler.

Chesterfield: Riley Allen, Brittany Baggett, Hailey Boan, Marah Brock, Brayden Burr, Cole Carroll, Bailey Cato, Jaylynn Curry, Nicholas Daw, Alexander Derr, Adam Gaddy, Jacob Gaddy, Shane Graham, Boey Graves, Xander Hamilton, Jenny Liu, Nicole Liu, Allison Lloyd, Aaron Oakley, Krist Ortiz, Preston Phillips, Arianna Phillips-Hunt, Mallorie Rollings, Brooklyn Short, Cloe Smallwood, Erin Tucker, Jaysa Tucker, Trace Tucker, and Dawson Wallace.

Clio: Benjamin Milligan and Dorrien Murphy.

Darlington: Justin Howle.

Dillon Zacchariah Aaron, Domonique Alexander, Jamiya Alford, Alyssa Allen, Nicholas Berry, Shaquita Bethea, John Bohachic, Kalia Bowman, Nevin Branch, Jeanetta Bush, Mariah Campbell, Kristan Carter, Manny Davis, Shayla Downing, Antwan Drawhorn, John Eller, Glennord Ford, Jaron Ford, Nathan Galloway, Gavin Gilchrist, Zy'asia Goodson , Cierra Grice, James Henderson, Jacob Kirby, Daphne Lombard, Adrianna Lowder, Zaniyah McKellar, Shaniyah McLaughlin, Issa Nimubona, Kevin Ortega Solis, Josiah Oxendine, Naadyia Reese, Shaniyah Roberts, Alani Scott, Larry Simms II, Christopher Vergara-Granados, Nyjah Washington, Ja'quazeon Wilson, and Nehemiah Wright.

Florence: Tony Cummings and Michael Forren.

Fork: Asher Lee.

Hamer: Minniya Alford, Ryan Carter, Miley Caulford, Zana Miller, and A'kalia Wright.

Hartsville: Elijah Billingsley, Robert Brock, Harold Byrd, Crystal Huggins, Yazmine Perez, and Evan Talbert.

Jefferson: Isis Courtney, Selena Funderburk, Gavin Grant, Daniel Martinez, Kendall Mills, Uziel Vazuez-Xaca, and Daniel Williams.

Lake View: Trinity Bethea, Evan Floyd, Holden Lee, Kyle May, Nikayla Moses, and Simone Vaught.

Latta: Heather Bailey and Emily McKenzie.

Little Rock: Jordan Hargrove, Gabriele Hunt, Kaiyla Hunt, and Deanya Leach.

Marion: Kaleigh Blackmon and Robert Herlong.

McBee: Emma Andrews, Ava Aquino, Brianna Childers, Madison Childers, Morgan Griggs, Chelsey Hunters, Hanna McLeod, Salvation Miller, Jordan Moore, Kallie Moore, Sydney Newell, Shubham Patel, Hayden Peavy, Diana Williams, and Austin Wright.

McColl: Timnesha McCoy, Addison McGill, Adriana McGill, Sarah McLaurin, and Brandon Norton.

Mt. Croghan: Kara Douglas, Carson Phillips, Michelle Tucker, and Serenity Jenkins.

Mullins: Crystal Vestal.

Nichols: Shyanne Hunt and Degan James.

Pageland: Shania Chambers, Aleene Childs, Kinsey Mangum, Tamekia Maqueda, Antwon Miller, Kyla Porter, Hailey Thomas, Allison Thompson, Jacob Tomberlin, and Gracen Tucker.

Patrick: Kinsley Berdeau, Grace Byrd, Bryson Carpenter, Molly Carter, Madisyn Galloway, Raegan Griggs, Cassidy Jordan, Kali Tadlock, and Angelia Vincent.

Ruby: Donovan Bennett, Taliya Ellis, Zander Huntley, Dylan Jenkins, Kathryn Johnson, Lila Moose, Joshua Rogers, Trey Sellers, and Madison Torbush.

Society Hill: Aiden Nolan.

Wadesboro: Emma Trexler.

Wallace: Lottie Best, Raymond Best, Aaron Chavis, Evan Chavis, Tessa Chavis, and Ronald Kelly.

Fall 2023 Dean's List

Bennettsville: Cielita Allen, Gavin Bailey, Patricia Bethea, Madison Booth, Jah'Kayla Brown, Rayshawn Camlin, Stephanie Easterling, Yasmine Garcia, Ta'Niyah Hairston, Natalie Ivey, Gunner Jackson, Barbara Jones, Keynan McClinton, Lisa McCollough, Simiya McQueen, Quintez Moore, Isaac Nelson, Paige Powell, Trinity Shaw, Jaylen Small, Sequoya White, and Jayden Williams.

Cheraw: Shaquana Alford, Jodie Braswell, Jennifer Brock, Lauren Brock, Camiyah Drake, Makayla Ellerbe, Patricia Freeman, Tasha Gainey, Carie Huggins, Anfernee Jackson, Sherika Jackson, Juliana Laney, Kayla Massey, Destiny McCray, Karma McGuinn, April Moore, Logan Pancallo-Estupin, Kayleigh Press, Elias Ramirez, Dennis Rowe, Laporsha Short, Shanya Smith, Abigail Spivey, Lavonia Stacks, Kayla Sterrett, Finley Stevens, Hailey Taylor, Kimora Toney, Olivia Wallace, and Tondasha Wilson.

Chesterfield: Kendall Brock, Temia Chapman, Emma Colf, Chucky Crowley, Destiny Crowly, Lexy Deitz, Kohle Denham, Bradley Derr, Kaitlyn Dube, Madison Gatewood, Thomas Huggins, William Huneycutt, Jaeda Johnson, Shaniqua Marshall, Eryne McLaughlin, Raeleigh Rivers, Rayden Rivers, Madison Teal, and Katelin Wallace.

Darlington: Jordan Howle.

Dillon: Lauren Alston, Tazkiya Campbell, John Gamble, Christian Garner, Mikesa Huggins, Emma King, Sabrina Locklear, London McCollum, Kiasia McLead, Akira McRae, Erika Morales, Jordan Myers, Gift Neitende, and Jonathan Rodriguez-Chavar.

Florence: Azhana Bethea, Leila Cummings, and Brandy Edge.

Hamer: John Moore.

Hartsville: Mitchell Hall, Kyleigh Hendrix, Katelyn Jacobs, and Kylee Sawyer.

Jefferson: Emmett Funderburk III, Mollie Rollings, and Michael Skipper.

Lake View: Gloria McLellan.

Latta: William Legette.

Laurinburg: Brandon Walters.

Marion: Deshoan Reaves.

McBee: Lauren Greene, Stormy Harper, Rylee Long, Evyanna Martin, and Leah Ponds.

McColl: Aaron Beasley, Jonathan Beasley, Alivia Deese, and Aubree Oxendine.

Morven: Kristin Goodwin.

Nichols: Haleigh Huggins.

Pageland: Malia Kokayi, Braelyn Oliver, Casey Reynolds, Beatriz Trejo Guererro, and Kalyn Truesdale.

Patrick: Alex Brigman, Alissa Burgess, Jaida Marshall, and Clay Sanders.

Ruby: David Hill Jr.

Society Hill: Avah Flowers and Lacey Keith.

Wadesboro: Noah Carpenter.

Wallace: Russell Garner and Ashton Hooks.

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