Polk State Graduates Include 18 from Honors Program

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Polk State College will graduate 18 students from its Honors Program at its upcoming commencement ceremony.

The Honors Program offers smaller, more rigorous classes, field trips, priority registration and numerous scholarship opportunities.

To qualify for the program, students must meet certain GPA requirements or score highly on tests such as the ACT or SAT. Graduates of the program have completed at least 18 credit hours with the Honors Program designation. Graduates receive the Honors Program designation on their transcripts and diplomas, as well as recognition during commencement.

The College’s 107th Commencement will take place at 4 p.m. on Dec. 13 at the Health Center, on the campus of Polk State Winter Haven, 999 Ave. H N.E.

Graduating Honors Program students, who completed their degrees in either the summer or fall semesters, include:

Jillian Chamberlain, Lakeland

Hannah Estes, Lake Wales

Jordan Gilbert, Lakeland

Naomie Laroche, Lake Hamilton

Megan Lawlor, Lakeland

Sarah Maguire, Lakeland

Erin Martin, Highland City

Candice Morgan, Winter Haven

Sarah Purvis, Lakeland

Chasity Rotton, Waverly

Maria Saucedo, Eagle Lake

Tyler Shoults, Winter Haven

Cindy Sigler, Winter Haven

Warner Squire, Bartow

Kimberly Travi, Auburndale

Jolene Vincent, Lakeland

Luciana White, Lakeland

Krista Workman, Bartow