25 Northshore students are National Merit semifinalists

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Twenty-five Northshore School District students are semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship competition.

National Merit Semifinalists include:

Bothell High School—Kyrie Dowling, Vikram Gill and Clayton Thomas

Inglemoor High School— Kaylea Agate, Jerry Cao, Brennan Colberg, Emma Fraser-Koehler, Sebrena-Emira Geier, Kyle Haining, Surya Hendry, Maya Holt, Ethan Huang, Seung Yeon Lee, Noah Lin, Andrew Nguyen, Victor Wu and Alexander Zhou

Northshore Networks— Maxwell Packer

Woodinville High School— Ashely Fung, Charles Klingman, Madeleine Marie-Rose, Angelus McNally, Savannah Rankich, Leonard Shin and Madeline Turner

In addition, the National Hispanic Recognition Program honored Bothell senior Nolan Hendrickson for his PSAT and GPA scores.

Across the nation, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation designates about 16,000 semifinalists from among nearly 1.5 million students who take the PSAT during their sophomore or junior year. National Merit Semifinalists are considered for National Merit Finalist status and the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring.

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