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PTECH students inducted into college’s honor society

March 14, 2019 | Filed in Archive
Four of the five students selected for membership into Phi Theta Kappa pose in the library.

The selected students this spring are, pictured from left, Hunter LaCelle, Sabrina Steenburg, Luke Doxtater and Shawn Glionna. Not pictured is Hunter Hanrahan.

Six HFM PTECH students were selected this academic year for membership in Fulton Montgomery Community College’s academic fraternity, the Alpha Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.

To be eligible, the students must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework toward their associate degree and have a grade point average of 3.5.

During the fall semester, Rhiannon Bornt was inducted into the honor society.

This spring selected students were Hunter LaCelle, Sabrina Steenburg, Luke Doxtater, Shawn Glionna and Hunter

Rhiannon Bornt headshot

Rhiannon Bornt

Hanrahan.

All are high school juniors in the PTECH program and attend classes at FMCC three days a week.

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