Among those recognized at Sunday's commencement exercise were twenty-two students who earned the distinction of being named an Honor Graduate. In order to receive this honor, students must complete ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade with a 95% or higher average. The Honor Graduates for the Class of 2014 are:
 
 
Lauren Elizabeth Kerstetter: daughter of Kollyn & Sharon Kerstetter
Attending:      Bloomsburg University
Major:             Engineering & Physics
 
 
Avory Daize Pantalone: daughter of Jarrod & Megan Pantalone
Attending:      Duquesne University
Major:             Physical Therapy
 
 
Nathaniel Lee Leiby: son of Mitchell & Tammy Leiby
Attending:      Penn State University
Major:             Turf Grass Science
 
 
Racquel Irene Kreischer: daughter of Dennis & Jane Kreischer
Attending:      Bloomsburg University
Major:             Engineering (Enviro)
 
 
Amber Lynn Srednicki: daughter of David & Deanna Srednicki
Attending:      Bloomsburg University      
Major:             Education (Sec. Spanish)
 
 
Anne Colleen Snyder: daughter of John & Karen Snyder
Attending:      Bloomsburg University
Major:             Psychology
 
 
Cody William Olson: son of Craig & Debra Olson
Attending:      Shippensburg University
Major:             Marketing & Supply Mng.
 
 
Angela Rae Vought: daughter of Timothy Vought & Sandra Vought
Attending:      Penn College of Tech
Major:             Physician Assistant
 
 
Teanna Rose Shutt: daughter of Lori Shutt
Attending:      Lebanon Valley College
Major:             Physical Therapy (Doctoral)
 
 
Anne Patricia Bryden: daughter of Leslie Bryden and the late Douglas Bryden
Attending:      Penn State University
Major:             Psychology
 
 
Mackenzie Elizabeth Brouse:  daughter of James & Melissa Brouse
Attending:      Shippensburg University
Major:             Biology
 
 
McKenna Catherine Lupold: daughter of Connie Lupold & George Lupold
Attending:      Lebanon Valley College
Major:             Physical Therapy (Doctoral)
 
 
Nathan Robert Hunter: son of Robert & Tammy Hunter
Attending:      Wilkes University
Major:             Pharmacy (Doctoral)
 
 
Sabyasachi Sen: son of Dr. Sanjay Sen & Dr. Aloka Chakrabarty
Attending:      Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Major:             Engineering (Electrical or Industrial)
 
 
Jensen Noel Kremser: daughter of Toby & Jennifer Kremser
Attending:      York College of PA
Major:             Nursing
 
 
Mackenzie Alexis Clark: daughter of Carl & Suzanne Clark
Attending:      Bloomsburg University
Major:             Nursing
 
 
Madelyn Elise Stabinski: daughter of John & Linda Stabinski
Attending:      Duquesne University
Major:             Pharmacy (Doctoral)
 
 
Matthew Hunter Lupold: son of Connie Lupold & George Lupold
Attending:      Penn State University
Major:             Environmental Engineering
 
 
Jenna Marie Gutekunst: daughter of Todd & Charlene Gutekunst
Attending:      Lebanon Valley College
Major:             Actuarial Science
 
 
Allen Lee Potter: son of Forrest & Laura Potter
Attending:      University of Pittsburgh
Major:             Pharmacy (Doctoral)
 
 
Salutatorian
Justin David Ernest: son of David & Darla Ernest
Attending:      Penn State University
Major:             Engineering (Chemical)
Additionally, Justin will receive the Salutatorian Scholarship (sponsored by the Burant Family in honor of Alexander & Keenan Burant – both SCA Salutatorians).
 
 
Valedictorian
Carissa Rachelle Jones: daughter of Curt & Lori Jones
Attending:      Bloomsburg University
Major:             Education ( English & History)
Additionally, Carissa  will receive the Frederick A. Morris Achievement Award, given by the Union National Bank to Southern Columbia’s Valedictorian.
 

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