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5 CARROLL SENIORS NAMED NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEMIFINALISTS

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Dayton – Carroll High School seniors Julia Arnold, Ryan Buechele, Alex Dingus, Angela Smith, and Maeve Curliss earned distinction as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. Some facts about Carroll High School:

These semifinalists gained this recognition by achieving at least a 217 selection index on the College Board’s 2015 PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualification Test. The highest possible selection index is 228.

Carroll High School has the second most NMS Semifinalists of any high school in Montgomery County and the second most NMS Semifinalists of any high school in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

A total of 661 students from 188 high schools in Ohio were named NMS Semifinalists.

37 Carroll High School students have been recognized in the NMS competition as Semifinalists or Commended Scholars since 2013.

The Class of 2017 is the fifth Carroll High School graduating class to have five NMS Semifinalists (1999, 2002, 2007, 2008) since 1995. Five other graduating classes (1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2004) have a school record 6 NMS Semifinalists in each class.

NMS Finalists are announced in February. Two members of the Carroll High School Class of 2015 were recognized as NMS Finalists.

Matthew Sableski, Principal of Caroll High School, had this comment. “We are very proud of these outstanding scholars. Their achievement is a testament to their hard work, supportive families, and excellent preparation from teachers not only in high school, but in grade school as well. I have no doubt all five students will be highly successful regardless of what path they choose in life.”

Julia Arnold (Courtesy Photo)
Julia Arnold (Courtesy Photo)
Ryan Buechele (Courtesy Photo)
Ryan Buechele (Courtesy Photo)
Maeve Curliss (Courtesy Photo)
Maeve Curliss (Courtesy Photo)
Alex Dingus (Courtesy Photo)
Alex Dingus (Courtesy Photo)
Angela Smith (Courtesy Photo)
Angela Smith (Courtesy Photo)

 

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