54 Loudoun Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

Fifty-four Loudoun County Public Schools seniors area among 7,500 students nationwide in the running for $32 million in National Merit scholarships.

The semifinalists for the 2020 program were announced this week. They earned status based on their performance on the PSAT during their junior year, ranking in the top one percent of test takers.

Loudoun’s semifinalists are:

Briar Woods High School

  • Jeffrey N. Bailey
  • Anna K. Chung
  • Aarushi Dubey
  • Rishika Surineni

Broad Run High School

  • Mallika Lakshminarayan

Dominion High School

  • Christopher C. Goodhart
  • Ayumi Y. Tsuyuki

Freedom High School

  • Patrick T. Duong
  • Anish R. Kalyan
  • Rhea P. Kulkarni
  • Jai Kumar
  • Julian S. Lee
  • Eshaan S. Rawat
  • Michelle Wang

Heritage High School

  • Emma K. Grinnell

John Champe High School

  • Nathan Dhanasekaran
  • Brendan Y. Ross
  • Aarushi Sharma

Loudoun County High School

  • Kiran J. Marques
  • Arian D. Patel

Loudoun Valley High School

  • William C. Forys
  • Justin M. Zhang

Potomac Falls High School

  • Molly C. Lum

Riverside High School

  • Anaum S. Ahmad
  • Matthew X. Wilson

Rock Ridge High School

  • Pranav Addepalli
  • Sala T. Ba
  • Sarah H. Ong
  • Devanshi P. Radadiya
  • Subhi Saibaba

Stone Bridge High School

  • Jason T. Birsic
  • Zachary M. Jacobson
  • Rishi Mukherjee

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology

  • Vinay Bhaip
  • Aneesh Boreda
  • Khushi Chawla
  • Rohan Cherukuri
  • Param Damle
  • Nitin Elavarasu
  • Saketh Gabbita
  • Daniel Hong
  • Yash Jha
  • Rohan Kalra
  • Shreya Kuchipudi
  • Rahul Mittal
  • David Montenegro
  • Manu Onteeru
  • Tommy Park
  • Malavika Pillai
  • Zachary Pracher
  • Aravind Sreeram

Tuscarora High School

  • Tamsen A. McKerley
  • Jordan I. Nguyen

Woodgrove High School

  • Rivka G. Brubaker

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