NORTH FULTON, Ga. – Several local graduates were among the final round of students named as National Merit Scholars for 2014. In addition to the National Merit Scholar distinction, these 2014 graduates earned National Merit Scholarships from participating colleges.
All of the students qualified to be National Merit Scholars through exceptionally high scores on the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and the SAT. They had a record of high academic performance and were endorsed and recommended by their school principal.
National Merit Scholars from local high schools include:
Alpharetta High – Lisette Corbin, Mili Raina, Ryan W. Shea
Chattahoochee High – Christopher G. Misenheimer, Monisha Narayanan
Centennial High – Monica E. Bhatia, Nicholas S. Summers
Johns Creek High – Shamita Nagalla, Samuel C. Sheriff, Olivia Z. Song
Northview High – Sophia Chen, Victoria M. Hiten, Anna L. Li, Namita E. Mathew, Sarika Sachdeva, Lindsey Whitesides, Gaeun Wie
Roswell High – Carlyn R. Gilbert, Tyler M. Whitt
This final group of students brings Fulton’s total to 43 National Merit Scholars in the 2014 competition.