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Hickman, Rock Bridge students named National Merit Scholarship finalists

Friday, March 25, 2011 | 3:09 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Twenty-five Columbia students have been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. High school students who have taken the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test are eligible for the program.

Of the 1.5 million students who take the test nationwide each year, about 50,000 top scorers are identified. From those top scorers, about 15,000 students are chosen as finalists.

Finalists from Hickman High School are:

  • Andrew Atkins
  • William Cowell
  • Grant Hendrix
  • John Hosmer-Quint
  • William Lee
  • Thomas Majerus
  • Ryan Pruitt
  • Cyrus Rautman
  • Eric Young
  • Angela Zou

Finalists from Rock Bridge High School are:

From March through mid-June, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation will name about 8,400 winners. Winners are chosen based on finalists’ academic records, test scores, leadership histories and personal essays, among other things.

Each winner will be chosen for one of three scholarships:

  • National Merit $2,500 Scholarship
  • Corporate-sponsored Merit Scholarship award
  • College-sponsored Merit Scholarship award

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