CASTINE — The following local students graduated from Maine Maritime Academy in May.

Lyla Mathieu, of Fairfield, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in international business and logistics, cum laude.

Kyle Souther, Livermore Falls, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering operations.

Dylan Price, of Madison, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering technology, magna cum laude.

Darren Sheridan, of North Anson, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering technology.

John Adams, of Newport, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering technology, summa cum laude.

Alexander Baker, of Norridgewock, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering technology, cum laude.

Brian Philbrick, of Plymouth, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering technology.

Rany Moody, of Richmond, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering operations.

Jeffrey Ludden, of St. Albans, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering operations.

Benjamin Clement, of Skowhegan, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering technology.

Corey Eastup, of South China, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering operations.

Tyler Smith, of St. Albans, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in international business and logistics.

Kurt Carlson, of Topsham, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering technology, summa cum laude.

Katelyn Doughty, of Topsham, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine biology small vessel operations.

Kristing Willey, of Topsham, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in international business and logistics, cum laude.

John Suga, of Vassalboro, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering operations.

Ian Lane, of West Gardiner, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering technology, summa cum laude.

Logan Robitaille, of Waldoboro, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering technology.

Daniel Holzwarth, of Windsor, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering technology.

Cody Gibbs, of Winslow, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in power engineering technology.

Chase Hughes, of Wiscasset, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in vessel operations and technology.

Garret Lear, of Wiscasset, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering technology.

Maine Maritime Academy is a co-educational, public college on the coast of Maine offering 22 programs of study in engineering, management, science, and transportation. The college serves approximately 950 undergraduate and graduate students in career-oriented degree programs. The job placement rate for MMA graduates exceeds 90 percent within 90 days of graduation. The college is consistently recognized for providing a high-value education by organizations such as the Brookings Institution, U.S. News and World Report, and Money Magazine, which ranked MMA the number-one Best Public College in America in 2014 and 2015. For more information, visit mainemaritime.edu.