College update 2/14/19

Clay Today
Posted 2/13/19

Monsivais graduates from college BRISTOL, Rhode Island – Roger Williams University announced that Tony Monsivais, of Orange Park, graduated with a B.G.S. Concentration in Technology, …

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College update 2/14/19

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Monsivais graduates from college

BRISTOL, Rhode Island – Roger Williams University announced that Tony Monsivais, of Orange Park, graduated with a B.G.S. Concentration in Technology, Leadership, Management in December 2018.

With campuses on the coast of Bristol and in the heart of Providence, Roger Williams University is a forward-thinking private university committed to strengthening society through engaged teaching and learning.

Franklin makes Dean’s List

CONWAY, S.C. – More than 2,400 students at Coastal Carolina University were named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2018 semester. That’s more than 23 percent of the student body earning a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Alexander Franklin, a management major from Orange Park, was named to the Dean’s List.

Coastal Carolina University offers baccalaureate degrees in 73 major fields of study. Among CCU’s 25 graduate-level programs are 21 master’s degrees, two educational specialist degrees, and the Ph.D. in education and marine science: coastal and marine systems science.

Coastal Carolina University was founded in 1954 as Coastal Carolina Junior College and became an independent state university in 1993.

Stephens named to Dean’s List

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Jordan Stephens, a freshman Bible major from Keystone Heights, was among approximately 900 students named to the Dean’s List for high academic achievement during the Fall 2018 semester.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.0-3.74 grade point average.

Located in Greenville, South Carolina, Bob Jones University provides an outstanding regionally accredited Christian liberal arts education purposely designed to inspire a lifelong pursuit of learning, loving and leading.

Stockton named to Chancellor’s List

TROY, Ala. – Sarah Stockton of Fleming Island, FL, has been named to the Chancellor’s List at Troy University for the Fall Semester/Term 2 of the 2018/2019 academic year.

The Chancellor’s List honors full-time undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 semester hours and who earn a grade point average of 4.0.

Troy University is a public, historic, international university with more than 145,000 alumni. Students on the Troy, Ala. campus enjoy a traditional college experience, while working adult students are the centers of attention at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City, Ala., as well as at locations around the world and online.

5 Clay students make VSU Dean’s List

VALDOSTA, Ga. – Valdosta State University named five Clay students to its fall 2018 Dean’s List. Students who achieve a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher on nine or more semester hours with an institutional grade point average of 3.00 or higher are recognized by being placed on the Dean’s List. Developmental studies, transients, and graduate students are not eligible for Dean’s List status.

Clay students are Zhanee Anderson of Orange Park, Zachary Blankenship of Fleming Island, Kayla Goodwin of Middleburg, Quahlin Patterson of Orange Park, Noah Wilkes of Orange Park.

Established in 1906, Valdosta State University is a comprehensive university that offers more than 100 degree, certificate, and endorsement programs on campus and online for undergraduate and graduate students.

Brooks graduates from Monmouth College

MONMOUTH, Ill. – Devon Brooks of Orange Park graduated from Monmouth College in December at the close of the fall semester.

Brooks completed a degree in exercise science.

Founded in 1853, Monmouth College is a nationally ranked liberal arts college. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the birthplace of the women's fraternity movement, the college offers 38 majors, 42 minors, 17 pre-professional tracks, and two innovative Triads in Global Food Security and Global Public Health.

Porter named to Dean’s List

LEWISBURG, Penn. – Danielle Porter, Class of 2022, from Green Cove Springs, was named to the Dean’s List at Bucknell University during the fall semester of the 2018-19 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive Dean’s List recognition.

Located in Lewisburg, Penn., Bucknell University is a highly selective private liberal arts university that offers majors in the arts, engineering, humanities, management, and social and natural sciences, along with broad opportunities outside of class, to its 3,600 undergraduates.

Elevation Academy assist students graduate

GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County District Schools has added another opportunity to serve students at risk as well as those who have had success in the traditional educational setting.

Elevation Academy, located at Bannerman Learning Center, was developed to serve as a district dropout prevention strategy.

Elevation Academy is now available to provide instructional programming through self-paced online courses to improve students’ academic achievement and increase credit acquisition. Elevation Academy will accommodate up to 60 students with continuous enrollment based on seat availability. This program will assist current Clay County students in this year’s graduating cohort who are three or more credits behind, have a GPA below 2.0 and are missing reading and/or math assessment requirements.

Elevation Academy will improve the post-secondary outcomes for individual students who need an alternative setting to meet the requirements for obtaining a high school diploma. On an ongoing basis, school leaders will work with the parents and students who meet the criteria for eligibility and collaboratively determine how Elevation Academy may assist in meeting their educational goals.

“While the district has increased the overall graduation rate, there are students who will benefit from this non-traditional environment that are at risk of dropping out and cannot be served by the district’s traditional programs. I am excited about the possibility of assisting our high schools and providing a sense of hope to students who have the desire to correct their path towards postsecondary readiness through Elevation Academy,” said Superintendent Addison Davis.

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