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Paris Junior College is pleased to announce that 157 students were named to the President’s and Dean’s lists for academic achievement during the Fall 2021 semester.
To be eligible for the President’s List, students must earn a 4.0 grade point average, (straight A’s) on a minimum of 15 semester hours. Those on the Dean’s List must have a minimum of a 3.5 grade point average for at least 15 semester hours and have no grade lower than a “C.” Both lists are compiled exclusive of developmental hours.
Students on the President’s List by their hometowns in Texas:
Commerce: Evan Humphries
Como: Crystal Romero
Cooper: Bryce Barrientos-Mendez
Cumby: Trevor Moore
Dike: Bailey Neal
Emory: Naim Diego
Honey Grove: Miguel Ochoa, John Yarbrough
Pecan Gap: Jessie McGuire
Pickton: Timothy David
Saltillo: John Beadle
Sulphur Bluff: Tori Raine
Sulphur Springs: Kayla Carney, Jaeel Espinoza, Lindsey Faulks, Kayla Garcia, Oscar Martinez, Lane Potts, Gerardo Reyes, Kelsie Thomas, Zachary Tiemeyer, Weston Vasquez, Jennifer Wilson
Wolfe City: Wiley Cox, Matthew Shia
• Dean’s List
Students on the Dean’s List by their hometowns in Texas:
Brashear: Juan Andrade, Gabriel Rubio
Brookston: Kyle Brown, Latharian Huff
Como: Diana Gallegos
Cooper: Raven Maxwell
Cumby: Nathan Brown
Emory: Hannah Chairez, Darence Rushing
Honey Grove: Richard Davis, Lyndsey Howard, Paula Moody
Klondike: Austin Henderson, Mary Lane
Leander: Jacob Shackett
Pickton: Anna Reeder
Quitman: Jason Johnson
Sulphur Springs: Cassidi Froneberger, Angie Hughes, Luis Olivo, Abigail Owens, Jocelyn Perez, Aaliyah Valles
Sumner: Bernardo Coronado, Veronica Froese
Winnsboro: Jelle De Jong
Yantis: Jarrett Bartle
Paris Junior College — located in Paris, Texas, about 100 miles northeast of Dallas — has been a part of the Lamar County community since 1924.
Paris Junior College offers Associate in Arts, Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degrees, as well as Certificates of Proficiency in technical/workforce fields. The college has expanded its academic curriculum through the years to encourage associate degree and university transfer candidates. Since establishing its first vocational program — jewelry and watchmaking in 1942 — the college has been aggressive in adding technical/workforce programs that will benefit students entering the workforce.
The campus of 54 tree-shaded acres includes 20 major buildings and residence halls and provides students a unique and pleasant environment for learning.
Paris Junior College also operates centers in Sulphur Springs, Texas, and in Greenville, Texas.
To be the educational provider of choice for the region.
Paris Junior College is a comprehensive community college serving the region’s educational and training needs while strengthening the economic, social and cultural life of our diverse community.