Juneau-Douglas High School graduates Caroline B. Gruening, Tracy Kelton and Michael A. MacKinnon all received degrees from Santa Clara University on June 15, 2002.
Caroline Gruening, daughter of Anne and Win Gruening, received a bachelor of science degree in combined sciences, magna cum laude. She also received the John B Drahmann Prize in Combined Sciences. Gruening was elected to Theta Alpha Kappa for excellence in religious studies. She was a standout basketball player during her career as a guard with the Santa Clara Lady Broncos.
Tracy Kelton, daughter of Bev and Keith Kelton, received a bachelor of science degree in combined sciences, cum laude. She played on the SCU women's intramural soccer team for 4 years. She was the top scorer on the women's rugby team her junior and senior years.
Michael A. MacKinnon, son of Margaret and Allan MacKinnon, received a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering and was a member of the University Honors Program. He was also elected to membership in Upsilon Pi Epsilon for excellence in the computing sciences.
April Smiley of Juneau, an equine business management major, was named to the University of Findlay's dean's list for spring semester 2002. She attained a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Scott Walker Findley of Juneau graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., during its 153rd commencement ceremony on May 11, 2002. Findley received a B.A. in Latin American studies. He is the son of Thomas W. Findley of Juneau, and Gail Findley.
Elizabeth Anne Dilley of Juneau has been named to the dean's list for the spring of 2002 at Biola University, Calif.
The dean's list honors those students who earned a semester grade point average of 3.60 or higher while enrolled in twelve or more credit units and whose cumulative G.P.A. is at least 3.20.
Eric Zentner of Juneau has been named to the dean's list at the University of Washington for spring quarter 2002.
Juneau resident Rebecca Hall has been named to the dean's list of the College of Arts and Science for the spring semester, at University of Nevada, Reno.