Students in area high schools continue to achieve academic success at their colleges and universities. Here are some of them: Jason N. Brasier, a 2003 graduate of Warwick Valley High School, qualified for membership in Phi Sigma Omicron, the honor society of Rockland Community College. To be eligible, a student must have an average of 28 credits, a minimum grade point average of 3.25 and no grades lower than a C. Kelly Lynne Haviland of Florida and Daniel F Lendzian of Warwick were named to the SUNY Fredonia Dean’s List for the Spring 2005 semester. Erin Distler of Monroe, a graduate of Monroe-Woodbury High School, was named to the spring 2005 Dean’s List at the Villanova University College of Commerce and Finance. Danielle Stack of Monroe was named to the Marist College dean’s list for the Spring 2005 semester. A member of the Class of 2006, she is majoring in psychology and special education at the liberal arts college. Lauren M. McCarron of Highland Mills graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in health studies from Boston University. Justin G. DeFilippis, the son of Gary and Arlene DeFilippis, graduated from Pace University in May 2005. He received a combined bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master’s degree in telecommunications and networking. DeFilippis is a current part owner of PC Medical Center, a new computer store in the Village of Monroe. Nicholar J. Baranowski, a graduate of Monroe-Woodbury High School and the son of John and Elise Baranowski of Central Valley, enrolled in Colby College in Waterville, Maine, this fall.