Academic Achievement

While grades for the fall 2020 semester have been calculated at this point, colleges and universities are continuing to compile and release lists of students who have earned academic accolades.

These 25 students from Milton were recently announced as being the recipients of one of those laurels.

(Parentheses denote the minimum GPA or criteria required for the respective honor.)

Endicott College

Dean’s List (3.5)

  • Emily Hemsted, studying liberal studies/education

Saint Michael’s College

Dean’s List

  • Kaela MacLaughlin, a junior art and design major
  • Brooke Caragher, a junior biology/elementary education major
  • Ryan Johnson, a freshman business administration/accounting major
  • Olivia Couillard, a freshman criminology major
  • Cameron Goodrich, a junior environmental science major
  • Jeremy Little, a sophomore exploratory major
  • Carol Goodrich, a sophomore psychology major
  • Sierra Pepin, a freshman psychology/elementary education major

Community College of Vermont

Dean’s List (3.5)

  • Koell Blake
  • Jonathan Boston
  • Jeremy Hardy
  • Katherine Larrabee
  • Leo Moran
  • Daniel Moshovetis
  • Olivia Turnbaugh
  • Naomi Walters

Student Honor’s List (Part-time with a 4.0)

  • Cheyanna Bourne
  • Katie Esden
  • Melana Galley
  • Brooke Gilbar
  • Stacey Rousseau
  • Carrie Schirmer
  • Lily Vadnais

Northeastern University

Dean’s List (3.5)

  • Trevor McDonald, majoring in computer engineering/computer science

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