Students graduate, make dean's lists, enroll in college

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:58

    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.