The following area students were named to the dean's list at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the fall semester of the 2017-18 academic year:

Helenville -- Noah Argus and Joseph Warzyn.

Horicon -- Sun Young Cho and Robyn Voge.

Iron Ridge -- Jenna Nehls.

Jefferson -- Houston Foelker, Rebecca Glendon, Tierney Hall, Sophia Koehler, Shamany Wallace, Cory Welper and Matt Welper.

Johnson Creek -- Alex Deuman, Logan Morehouse, Abigayle Wellnitz and Kaitlyn Woodward.

Juneau -- Lawrence Sullivan and William White.

Lake Mills -- Zachary Bahner, Hannah Buscemi, Julia Carncross, Nathan Denzin, Eleni Egelseer, Stephanie Hanke, Emily Hutchins, Riley Knueppel, Aberdeen Leary, Brooke Leland, Eli Lipasti, Nicole Powers, Shelby Riggleman, Patrick Stiles and Kenneth Zander.

Neosho -- Liam Takahashi.

Reeseville -- Jacob Battenberg and Nikita Patel.

Rubicon -- Briana Buchmann, Cassandra Duernberger and Morgan Lentz.

Sullivan -- Madeline Harbaugh.

Waterloo -- Galen Cotting, Jimmy Forman, Omar Gomez, Desiree Klein, Cassandra Last, Makenzie Moe and Kayleigh Topel.

Watertown -- Lindsey Bliefernicht, Breanna Callaway, Brock Dantuma, Molly Fischer, Colt Galecki, Mohamed Hadi, Erin Haeger, Michael Harshbarger, Adam Iverson, Karli Kohls, Alyssa Mohr, Dawson Nickels, Bella Reichardt, Joseph Schleicher and Samuel Sokovich.

Students who achieve at a high level academically are recognized by the dean at the close of each semester. To be eligible for the dean's list, students must complete a minimum of 12 graded degree credits in that semester. Each university school or college sets its own GPA requirements for students to be eligible to receive the distinction.

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