2014 National Merit Scholarship Program Honorees - Westminster Schools of Augusta
National Merit Scholarships information Take the PSAT/NMSQT® no later than the third year of high school, regardless of grade classification or educational pattern (That means Junior Year, grade, for most people)
To compete for one of 15,000 awards of $2,500, all you need to do is take the PSAT/NMSQT, and you are entered to the National Merit Scholarship Program. The program also has many other scholarship opportunities, such as corporate and college-sponsored scholarships.
TVHS senior Jason Brown was named one of approximately 16,000 semi-finalist in the 59th annual National Merit Scholarship Program The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. During the 2012-2013 school year more than 1.5 million high school juniors entered the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the PSAT.
Twelfth-grader Riley Schroeder, center, mentors ninth grade engineering students Austin Jackson, 14, and Trent Austin, 14, during a technology and design class Sept. 18 at Sand Creek High School in District 49. The students are trying to invent a bike pedal that’d combine the light weight of plastic and the durability of metal. Schroeder, 17, is one of 16,000 semifinalist for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
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Carmen Schentrup. Last September, Carmen was named one of 53 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists in the county. She was one of 10 Douglas students to qualify as a semifinalist, according to The Eagle Eye, the school’s student-run news magazine. Carmen was also a piano student who had performed on Saturday at Broward College for the South Florida Music Teachers Association Spring Festival.