COLCHESTER, Vt. — A number of local students were named to the Dean’s List at St. Michael’s College for the Fall 2018 semester.

A student who has completed a minimum of 14 credits of classes with grades, not including classes with a grade “P,” and achieves a grade point average of at least 3.5 in a particular semester is cited on the Dean’s List for that semester.

A student whose record includes the grade of I or X (incomplete) in a particular semester is not eligible for inclusion on the Dean’s List, either at the end of the semester or when the I or X is changed to a permanent letter grade.

Area students achieving this academic distinction are:

• Tucker P. Raymond of Arundel, a sophomore biology and Spanish major. He is the son of Paul Raymond of Arundel and is a graduate of Thornton Academy.

• Abby R. Donahue of Biddeford, a sophomore education studies major. She is the daughter of Lisa Holt of Biddeford and is a graduate of South Portland High School.

• Megan G. Friel of Biddeford, a sophomore media studies and digital arts major. She is the daughter of Elizabeth Hennedy-Friel and Chris Friel of Biddeford and is a graduate of Biddeford High School.

• Edwin F. Inness of Dayton, a senior Spanish major who is the son of Edwin and Laurie Inness of Dayton. He is a graduate of Thornton Academy.

• Megan T. Schneider of Wells, a sophomore English major. She is the daughter of Cheryl Turner and Ronald Schneider of Wells and is a graduate of Wells High School.

• Kayla T. Schneider of Wells, a senior political science major. She is the daughter of Cheryl Turner and Ronald Schneider of Wells and is a graduate of Wells High School.

St. Michael’s College, founded in the great Catholic intellectual tradition, which also recognizes the principles of social justice and compassion, is a selective, fully residential Catholic college in Vermont’s beautiful Green Mountains. Its closely connected community delivers internationally-respected liberal arts and graduate education near Burlington, Vermont, one of the country’s best college towns.

To prepare for fulfilling careers and meaningful lives, young adults at St. Michael’s College grow intellectually, socially, and morally, learning to be responsible for themselves, each other and their world.