PORT ANGELES – Peninsula College has numerous sports opportunities for the community’s youth this summer to brush up on basketball and soccer skills.
Details for the camps, academies, and leagues are on under “Community Events” on this website.
Peninsula College has just released the names of students who made the President's List and the Honor Roll for the 2016 spring quarter.
The North Olympic Library System recently provided testing rooms for Peninsula College Administrative Office Systems (AOS) students and the public to take free proficiency testing for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) and Digital Literacy Certification(IC3).
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FOUR PC STUDENTS RECEIVE ENGLISH ESSAY AWARDS
The staff of Tidepools 2016, Peninsula College’s art, literature, and music magazine, is pleased to announce the upcoming 2016 issue release events and readings. Both events are free and open to the public.
PORT ANGELES – Peninsula College announced its 2015-16 Athletic Department awards Tuesday, where six Pirates were honored at the annual Board of Trustees awards ceremony.
The College honors four athletes who best exemplify leadership, sportsmanship, citizenship, academic achievement and athletic ability.
Receiving the Wally Sigmar Award for soccer were Michele Whan and Manny Medina, and receiving the Art Feiro Award for basketball were Amanda Hutchins and Jeremiah Hobbs.
Whan, of Reno, Nevada, was part of a women’s soccer program that won two division championships and placed second and third in the Northwest Athletic Conference. She was an NWAC All-Academic Team selection and also served as Director of Records and Finance for the student government at Peninsula.
Medina, of Sparks, Nevada, overcame an injury and returned to the pitch very strong, helping the Pirates win an NWAC men’s soccer championship last fall. He was an NWAC All-Academic Team selection and an outstanding student.
Hutchins, of Wasilla, Alaska, helped the Pirate women’s basketball team to an NWAC Championship in 2015 and a runner-up finish this year, her team won back-to-back North Division titles, and she was an NWAC All-Academic Team selection.
Hobbs, of Seattle, started for the men’s basketball team and helped that team win a Division championship this year, and a trip to the post season both of his two years at Peninsula. He too made the NWAC All-Academic Team and he also served the student government as Director of Event Planning.
Peninsula’s other two award winners, Myu Ban of Kyoto, Japan, and Sephora Yayous, of Brussels, Belgium, received the Annie McMullen Award, which was established in 2011 to honor returning female athletes who have overcome challenges through hard work and dedication to be successful in their respective sport. Ban was an All-Star midfielder for the Pirate women’s soccer team and Yayous also is an outstanding athlete who came off the bench for the Pirate women’s basketball team. Both are freshmen.
The Peninsula College Nursing Program is holding its annual graduate pinning ceremony on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at 4:30 pm in the Little Theater. The event is free and open to the public, with doors opening at 4:00 pm.
Important Update (6/15/2016):
Graduation moved outdoors!
Peninsula College inducted five new members into its Pirate Athletics Hall of Fame Saturday night before a jam-packed crowd at the Peninsula Golf Clubhouse.
The team of Ken Chase, Mike Harrington, Andy Cordero and Joe Luce teamed up for a 19-under par 53 to win the annual Pirate Golf Tournament Saturday at Cedars of Dungeness Golf Course.
The first annual symposium for the presentation of Peninsula College Honors Program Capstone Projects will take place Friday, June 10, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm in Keegan Hall, room M-125.
Five Peninsula College faculty members recently received the John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award in Chicago, Illinois.
For Peninsula College students Sydney Robertson and Brittany Baker climbing into the engine compartment of a Clallam Transit bus, or under the hood of a car, is all in a day’s work.
Special directed studies class and science symposium experience for interested students. Meets weekly during Fall quarter 2016 plus attendance at Whalefest. Room and meeting time TBD.
If interested, please submit an application. To request an application, please email Barbara Blackie at firstname.lastname@example.org or pick one up outside her office M205. Students must be available to travel to Whalefest in Sitka, AK November 1-6. Financial support for student travel, conference fees, food and lodging are provided through a National Science Foundation grant awarded to the Sitka Sound Science Center.