Sunday 23 Feb 2020

WCC Adult High School Announces Honors

Wayne Community College’s Adult High School Program has honored 16 students for outstanding academic achievement in the Fall semester.

Named to the Honors List for the Fall I session were:

  • Rayna Gibson of La Grange
  • Rachel Hyde, Nathaniel Lee, Tyler Miller, Michael Smale of Goldsboro
  • Elizabeth Johnston of Pikeville
  • Andrew Wiggins and Zachary Wiggins of Fremont
  • Dawn Keat of Fayetteville.

Those who obtained a slot on the Honors List for the Fall II session were
Adayah Ginn, Judah Ginn, Carsyn Jones, Katie Kostelecky, and Tyler Miller of Goldsboro; and
Elizabeth Johnston of Pikeville.

To be included on the Honors List, students must have completed at least two courses in the enrollment period with a “B” or higher average and no grade lower than a “B.”

Katie Kostelecky of Goldsboro earned a spot on the Scholars List for the Fall I session.

To receive the Scholars List honor, students must complete a minimum of two courses in the enrollment period with an “A” average.

The Adult High School at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro offers a tuition-free program of courses for adults 16 years or older who want to complete their high school education. It is one of the programs in the Transitional Programs for College and Career Department that address the needs of Wayne County’s adult residents with below-high school education levels.

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