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Awty Students Recognized by National Merit Scholarship Program

By Gwen R. Cario

09/30/2015

Awty Students Recognized by National Merit Scholarship Program
Houston, TX -- Several seniors at The Awty International School have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for their superior performance on the PSAT.
Four students have been named Semi-Finalists and have been invited to compete to become a Finalist. They include Francesca Alabaster, Connor Grace, Devon Merz, and Arjun Saran.

Ten students were Commended by National Merit including Maxim Gurevich, Tian-Tian He, Lucas Jonasch, Roni Midyat, Michael Niemer, Michelle Ong, Julien Ruzzo, Caroline Sempere, Ellana Slade, and Cristabella Wolff.

Finally, two students earned National Hispanic Scholar Recognition including Margot Hasty and Cristabella Wolff.
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About The Awty International School

The Awty International School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school enrolling over 1,580 students who represent more than 50 different nations in Preschool through 12th grade. Through its challenging curriculum, strong extra-curricular programs and insistence on fluency in at least two languages, Awty promotes an understanding and respect for all cultures and emphasizes local and global community service. For more information about The Awty International School, visit www.awty.org.




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