Students Named Semi-Finalists for Excellence Scholarship Program – Huntington Now

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation on Wednesday announced the names of more than 16,000 semi-finalists for the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship program.

All eight public high schools in the city of Huntington had at least one semi-finalist.

High school graduates will be able to compete for some 7,250 national merit scholarships worth nearly $28 million, which will be offered next spring. To be considered for an Excellence Scholarship, semi-finalists must meet several requirements to advance to the finalist level of the competition.

Approximately 95% of semi-finalists are expected to achieve finalist status, and approximately
half of the finalists will win a national merit scholarship.

COLD SPRING HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
Coles, Annabelle T.

ELWOOD – JOHN H. GLENN
Lamena, Emily K.
Rourke, James

EAST HOLLOW HALF HILLS
Campbell, Colin M.
Chung, Peter J.
Hsieh, Vanessa S.
Kogan, Daniel R.
Leshnower, Jacob A.
Rudes, Ryan M.
Shapirô, Marc
Wang, Alice T.

HALF HILLS HOLLOW WEST
Hassan, Mariam N.
Huang, Alex L.
Parada, James P.

PORTS

Panettieri, Daniel M.
Schultz, Darien L.
Stratton, Maxmillian A.

HUNTINGTON
Kye, Cecilia J.

NORTHPORT
Crafa, Nicholas T.
Dsouza, Joshua
Dwyer, John J.
Meadows, Zoe M.

WALT WHITMAN
Hunter, Ned E.
Maida, Anthony J.

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