Gulliver seniors Julian Asilis, Dante Benitez and Andrew Boas have been commended by the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program for their academic efforts.
“The students, who have been commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program, have earned a prestigious recognition, and they set a great example for their peers,” said Connie Ernsberger, Gulliver’s director of college and guidance counseling. “This is an honor that is sure to stay with them throughout their academic and professional careers.”
Of the nearly 1.5 million students who took the 2014 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test as juniors, the program identified the 50,000 highest scores.
The 16,000 semifinalists were notified recently that they were eligible to advance to the finalist level; the other 34,000 high performers were subsequently notified that they were named Commended Students.
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