College Statiom, TX- Six A&M Consolidated High School students earned recognition from the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Program for their scores on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test.
Hunter Chavis-Blakely earned an Outstanding Participant certificate, while Abigail McDougal, Nicholas Moreno, Lisa Maciques, Hannah Moore and Sabrina Garza were named National Hispanic Recognition Scholars.
Blakely’s score was among the top three percent of 160,000 African-American high school students, who requested consideration when they took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test.
Additionally, McDougal, Moreno, Maciques, Moore and Garza are among only 5,300 Hispanic/Latino high school students to be recognized out of a pool of 259,000, who requested consideration when they took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test.
Last month, 14 AMCHS students were named National Merit Semifinalists.
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