Area Schools' Students National Merit Semifinalists

Wilson, Georgetown Visitation, Georgetown Day students among 61 D.C. students earning honor.

One Wilson High School student, six Georgetown Visitation students and nine Georgetown Day students are among the 61 students at D.C. schools named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) for 2013.

Semifinalists are eligible to compete for 8,300 National Merit Scholarship awards worth $32 million, to be awarded in spring 2013.

Area semifinalists:

Georgetown Day School

Marcus S. Boorstin
Anna E. Cerf
William B. Cox
Elizabeth M. Dach
Elisabeth K. Davis
Anne K. Hills
Elizabeth Lasater-Guttman
Naomi S. Miller
Neha Shah

Georgetown Visitation
Christina F. Libre
Megan D. McAndrews
Julia M. Rauen
Emma Vissicchio
Juliana C. Vossenberg
Sarah L. Wyckoff

Gonzaga College H.S.
Andrew J. Campbell
William Clougherty
Jason Lee
Patrick D. McMahon
Paul F. O'Hara
Andrew C. Richard

Maret School
Lauren R. Balbus
Seonwoo Kim
Caroline R. Malin-Mayor

National Cathedral School
Claudia Harrison
Meredith P. Hilton
Shafali F. Jalota
Camille P. Kellogg
Elizabeth Keto
Satowa Kinoshita
Maria L. Messick
Jina Shin

Sidwell Friends School
Evan D. Brown
Chris B. Dock
Andrew J. Flax
Joan E. Fleischman
Jonathan R. Gerstell
Samuel A. Gondelman
Xenia C. Laguarda
Sarah M. Lake
Chris A. Meyerhoff
Nina A. Moiseiwitsch
Grant A. Mulitz-Schimel
Meera Munoz Pandya
Noah P. Museles
Molly E. Reiner
Tyler A. Rivlin
Lincoln A. Swaine-Moore
Henry M. Trotter

St. Albans School
Philip J. Abboud
Frederic L. Atwood
Mitchell G. Bryski
James R. Dreben
Derin D. Dutz
Jonathan J. Kang
Malcolm Steinberg
Cameron Thariani

St. Anselm's Abbey School
Alexander P. Atienza
Joseph H. Nahra

Washington International School
Frederik Claessens

Woodrow Wilson H.S.
Elizabeth B. Fosburgh

Nationwide, approximately 16,000 high school seniors were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists for 2013. More than 1.5 million juniors entered the 2013 National Merit program by taking the 2011 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.


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