National Merit Scholars named

A large contingent of local students learned this week they have won National Merit $2,500 Scholarships. They were chosen from a talent pool of more than 15,000 outstanding finalists in the 2010 National Merit Scholarship Program.

The scholarship corporation is funding most of these single-payment $2,500 scholarships.

Local public school winners include:

Amin Aalipour, TPHS; Emily D. Cai, TPHS; Jacob J. Cole, TPHS; David W. Ding, Canyon Crest Academy; Mollie S. Friedlander, TPHS; Ilya I. Gaidarov, TPHS: Diane T. Jeon, TPHS; Chang Liu, TPHS: Jung Hoon Liu, TPHS; Harding H. Luan. TPHS; Kevin Qian, TPHS; Weston J. Staubus, TPHS; Connor P. Toohill, Cathedral Catholic; Alec. B. Wilkens, Canyon Crest Academy; Christopher K. Wu, TPHS: Perren Yang, Canyon Crest Academy; Kelu Zhao, TPHS; Matthias A. Nikaj, Francis Parker; Patrick Q. White, Francis Parker.

For more information, visit www.nationalmerit.org.

Related posts:

  1. National Merit Program names local semifinalists
  2. Merit scholars announced
  3. Five Santa Fe Christian students qualify as National Merit Scholars
  4. Merit scholarships announced
  5. CCA scholars will be recognized May 14

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