Stacie McKinley, of Seaville, graduated cum laude with a doctor of physical therapy degree May 22 from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
Locals on dean’s list at Delaware
Students named to the University of Delaware’s dean’s list for spring 2013 included Robert Kelly and Joseph Massaglia, both of Marmora; Nicholas Lombardi, Brian Lowe and Alyssa Vogel, all of Ocean City; Jeffrey Haas, of Palermo; Robert Pullyblank, of Petersburg; Kameron Ghanavati and Ashley Whitford, both of Seaville.
To be eligible, a student must be enrolled full-time and earn a GPA of 3.33 or above for the semester.
Locals on dean’s list at Rowan
Students who earned a 3.45 grade-point average or above for the spring 2013 semester at Rowan University and received dean’s list honors included:
Annelise Buono, of Clermont; Matthew Taylor Andrews, Melissa Catherine Berenato and Samantha Nicole King, all of Marmora; Kaitlyn Jane Blasy, Dean Peter Choriw, Corinthea Lynn Harris, Robert A Marshall, Allison Zebley Pfander, Danielle R Shindel and Jessica Thal, all of Ocean City; Megan Patricia Luchese, of Palermo; Megan Elizabeth Bellucci and Shawna Lyn Mulford, both of Petersburg; Alex Mark Petrella, Carly Alison Stranges and Ryan Alexander Zahrend, all of Seaville.
McHugh students win in math league
Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School students placed first in the region at the eighth-grade level and second in the region at the sixth-grade level for the New Jersey Math League.
The region covers Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic counties. Eighth-graders Christopher Gibson and Thomas Henry placed as top students in the region, and sixth-grader Rory McDermott placed second for top students in the region. The eighth-graders received a plaque for their effort.
Students from Bishop McHugh Regional School were among nearly 150,000 worldwide to participate in the Math Olympiad Program.
They participated in a series of five monthly contests of five problems each, from November to March, and weekly practice sessions under the guidance of Diane Bruesehoff. Eighth-grader Alex Sakena placed in the top 10 percent for Math Olympiad at the middle school level, and received a trophy and a silver pin.
Tom Henry and Aidan Sorensen also were recognized and awarded patches for scoring in the top 50th percentile.