Cassi Shelly of Bellevue, a 1997 Wood River High School graduate,
is one of several southern Idaho students who attained the spring semester Deans
List at Carroll College in Helena, Mont.
Britta A. Schernthanner of Ketchum has received a Lula Mae Clay
Scholarship through the College of Education, Health and Human Development at Montana
State University in Bozeman.
The scholarship, presented last spring, is based on citizenship.
Schernthanner, a daughter of Alice and Andy Schernthanner of Ketchum, is a
MSU senior majoring in Consumer Science. She has been a Friedman Memorial Scholar, which
is scholarship based in Hailey.
While at MSU, Schernthanner has been involved with the Golden Key Honor
Society, Alpha Lambda Delta, the MSU ski team, AdvoCATS and the Campus Ministry. She has
also been a General Studies 101 Peer Leader.
Community School graduate Graham Unger of Ketchum has achieved
Deans Honors List distinction at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Unger is studying Biomedical Engineering at CWRU, which is the largest
private research university in Ohio. He plans to graduate in May 2003.
To qualify for the Deans Honors list, students must have grade-point
averages of 3.5 to 3.74 while completing at least 12 credit hours of coursework.
Rachel P. Bass of Ketchum was among more than 1,000 students
receiving Bachelor of Arts degrees during commencement exercises at Dartmouth College in
Hanover, N.H. on June 11.
A daughter of Harriet and Richard Bass of Ketchum, Rachel majored in
Religion at Dartmouth College, which is the ninth-oldest college in the U.S. It was
founded in 1769.