St. Mary’s Senior Class of 2013 Has Highest Percentage of National Merit Scholar Semifinalists of Girls Schools in Tennessee
Posted November 1, 2012
The St. Mary’s Episcopal School Class of 2013 has the highest number of National Merit Semifinalists of girls schools in the state of Tennessee, with seven students – 13% percent of the senior class – named as Semifinalists.
“With their recognition as Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Program, these seven young women have honored themselves and St. Mary’s,” said Albert L. Throckmorton, Head of School. “We are proud of these students and for the consistent recognition they and their classmates bring to themselves and the school. By leading the girls schools of Tennessee in this achievement, we can see one facet of success among many that we celebrate at St. Mary's."
The seven St. Mary’s Semifinalists are: Mary Egan Clark, Anjum Malhotra, Suku Mohan, Becky Park, Hayley Roth, Megan Soun, and Maggie Walter.
The National Merit Scholarship Program honors individual students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies. More information about the National Merit Scholarship Program can be found online at www.nationalmerit.org.