OSTC-SE Dean’s List

OSTC-SE’s Dean’s List is comprised of students who earned an A for their first semester grade,  AND had the additional accomplishment of perfect attendance, attending every class with zero absences.  

We want to take an opportunity to highlight their feat and recognize the extra effort, flexibility, and focus it took to earn this achievement, especially due to the pandemic.  Congratulations to the 38 students on this semester's Dean’s List:  

Evelyn Alderman - Health Sciences

Amoria Alkarawi - Health Sciences

Evan Allen - Culinary Arts/Hospitality

Aaliyah Bernard - Health Sciences

Jason Buchman - Automobile Technology

Brendan Cefai - Machining

Shaneka Cobb - Health Sciences

Jorge Cornejo - Automobile Technology

Juvar Curtis - Engineering, Robotics, & Mechatronics

Jordan Daniels - Culinary Arts/Hospitality

Sydney Gonzalez - Health Sciences

Jordan Gustafson - Energy-Electrical Technology

Xander Gustafson - Entrepreneurship & Advanced Marketing

Lanaya Haney - Culinary Arts/Hospitality

Brett Haney - Construction Technology

Samantha Isaacson - Health Sciences

Gage Jones - Collision Repair and Refinishing

Evan Kubik - Machining

Maxwell Loosie - Culinary Arts/Hospitality

Lemuel Love - Health Sciences

Lindsay Lucas - Graphics and Communication Design

Ashley Minard - Criminal Justice

Benjamin Nader - Engineering, Robotics, & Mechatronics

Timothy Prieur - Automobile Technology

Keegan Reaume - Collision Repair and Refinishing

Melanie Riedel - Entrepreneurship & Advanced Marketing

Ajia Riley Gunn - Health Sciences

Adan Ritson - Machining

Madeline Rizk - Health Sciences

Daniel Simms - Automobile Technology

Maria Stanczyk - Criminal Justice

Olivia Sweik - Cyber Security

Roeme Thach - Engineering, Robotics, & Mechatronics

Kaylie Thomas - Health Sciences

Keneisha Thomas - Health Sciences

Kenyatta Washington - Construction Technology

Makya Whittaker - Health Sciences

Jude Yolkiewicz - Engineering, Robotics, & Mechatronics

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