Upper School Seniors Named National Merit Scholar Semifinalists

The seniors are among 16,000 semifinalists nationwide, representing less than 1 percent of eligible students. 
St. Margaret’s Upper School students Tai Guo and Alexander Kim have been named National Merit Scholar semifinalists. 
Tai and Alexander are among 16,000 students nationwide who were named semifinalists, representing less than 1 percent of high school seniors. They were recognized based on their PSAT scores taken as juniors.
In February, semifinalists will be notified if they have advanced to be a National Merit Scholar finalist. From there, National Merit Scholarships are awarded to about 7,250 students nationwide based on abilities, skills and accomplishments. 
Congratulations to Tai and Alexander!
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