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Wisconsin Lutheran College has named several Racine County students on their dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must carry a semester GPA of 3.6 or higher.

Racine Lutheran High Graduates

Bradley Bosak, a Junior from Racine.

Dylan Chirigotis, a Senior from Racine.

Madeline Richio, a Senior from Mount Pleasant.

Shoreland Lutheran High School Graduates

Cassidy Avery, a Senior from Burlington.

Christian Lee, a Junior from Mt. Pleasant.

Ashley Pimentel, a Senior from Waterford.

Thomas Wojciechowski Jr., a Sophomore from Racine.

Travis Yakich, a Junior from Caledonia.

Union Grove High School Graduates

Allison Wick, a Senior from Franksville.

Walden III Middle and High School Graduate

Amanda Van Swol, a Senior from Sturtevant.

Waterford Union High School Graduate

Rebecca Ratkowski, a Senior from Waterford.

Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) is an independent, nationally ranked Christian college in Milwaukee that serves 1,200 traditional undergraduate, adult, and graduate students through its on-campus, on-location, and online programming. The college, which prepares students for lives of Christian leadership, is recognized for its academic excellence and superior student experience. Caring, Christian faculty work directly with students, who benefit from numerous research, service, and co-curricular opportunities designed to enhance academic and spiritual growth. For more information, visit wlc.edu.

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