WATERVILLE — The following area students were recently named to the 2017 fall semester dean’s list at Colby College List for outstanding academic achievement.

Jonathan A. Allard, of Washington, a freshman, attended Medomak Valley High School and is the son of Laura Roberts of Washington. His major is undeclared.

Austin E. Frederick, of Norridgewock, a senior, attended Skowhegan Area High School and is the son of Ronald Frederick and Lisa Watson-Frederick of Norridgewock. He majors in government.

Jacob O. Hyatt, of Thomaston, a senior, attended Oceanside High School — East and is the son of Melanie Hyatt of Thomaston and Erik Hyatt of Farmingdale. He majors in English with a concentration in creative writing.

Raj R. Kane, of Waterville, a junior, attended Hanover High School and is the son of Rajiv and Rajani Kane of Waterville. He majors in mathematics.

Delaney R. Keithley, of Chelsea, a freshman, attended Cony High School and is the daughter of Jason and Julie Keithley of Chelsea. Her major is undeclared.

Sarah E. Morgan, of Gardiner, a freshman, attended Gardiner Area High School and is the daughter of Charles and Marla Morgan of Gardiner. Her major is undeclared.

Ethan C. Pullen, of Oakland, a freshman, attended Messalonskee High School and is the son of Charles and Tammy Pullen of Oakland. His major is undeclared.

Eleanor Rose M. Theriault, of Vassalboro, a freshman, attended Erskine Academy and is the daughter of David and Linda Theriault of Vassalboro. Her major is undeclared.

Kaitlin M. Volk, of Bowdoin, a freshman, attended Mount Ararat School and is the daughter of Ronald and Lisa Volk of Bowdoin. Her major is biology with a concentration in ecology and evolution and environmental science.

Allison M. Wehrle, of Wiscasset, a sophomore, attended Lincoln Academy and is the daughter of Paul and Ginger Wehrle of Wiscasset. Her major is English with a concentration in creative writing and educational studies with a schools, society, and culture concentration.

Students named to the dean’s list earned a semester grade point average of 3.77 or higher.

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