Las Vegas-area students National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

Tuesday, 14 November 2017, 02:30:42 PM. The National Merit Scholarship Program has named 62 Clark County School District students as semifinalists in the 2018 annual competition based on scores from the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Sch…
The National Merit Scholarship Program has named 62 Clark County School District students as semifinalists in the 2018 annual competition based on scores from the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. They join 11 other students from Las Vegas Valley schools to represent the highest-scoring participants in Nevada. Semifinalists represent less than 1 percent of the nation’s high school seniors who qualify. They will compete for the chance to become a finalist, which then allows them to compete for over $32 million of National Merit Scholarships next spring. “The Clark County School District is extremely proud of the accomplishments achieved by these students in becoming National Merit Semifinalists,” Chief Academic Officer Mike Barton said in a statement. “This accomplishment is a reflection of the hard work and dedication put forth by these students throughout the years as they always ensured achievement and success were at the highest levels.” The National Merit semifinalists are: Adelson Educational Campus Matthew De Castro Advanced Technologies Academy Winnie W. Chang Fernando M. Espinoza Ian M. Green Therese-Mae C. Lim Adam L. Walker Yinghan Wang Ryu C. Yi Bishop Gorman Hanna Lee Boulder City High School Erica N. Snow Edward W. Clark High School Denise M. Castle Davis M. Crouch Gabrielle M. DeBelen Jay Desai Anish S. Devati Samantha DiFulvio Sean P. Golonka Benjamin G. Hand Liam M. Jones Aaron J. Kuo Tara N. McNeil Michael V. Pasimio Trevor J. Pearl...Read more
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