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18 District 211 Students Named 2015 National Merit Scholarship Finalists

Township High School District 211 has 18 students that were named finalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Judges will determine winners based on which finalists have the strongest combination of academic skills and achievements, extracurricular accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies. Roughly 7,600 students across the nation will be awarded scholarships. Conant High School Mohansrinivas Chennakesavalu Kevin Z. Hong Glenn J. Huang   Fremd High School Justine Chee Nathan Cornwell Soumyaa Mazumder Ellen Ni Walter Panfil Sanjana Shah Jeemin Sim Jennie ...

18 District 211 Students are National Merit Semifinalists for 2015

Township High School District 211 has 18 students that have been named semifinalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Semifinalists are selected based on scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (P.S.A.T./N.M.S.Q.T.).  William Fremd High School students Justine M. Chee, Nathan J. Cornwell, Soumyaa Mazumder, Ellen Ni, Walter K. Panfil, Sanjana K. Shah, Jeemin Sim, and Jennie Yang  have been named semifinalists.   Kara M. Burton, Lisa M. Kehe, Lawson B. Kosulic, and Lily Y. Zahn from Palatine High School are semifinalists.   James B. Conant...

Conant High School Student Earns Perfect Score on ACT Exam

A Conant High School student is joining a growing list of District 211 students who have achieved a 36 on the American College Test (ACT) exam, the highest possible composite score. James B. Conant High School student Mohansrinivas Chennakesavalu achieved a 36 on the ACT examination, and the Board of Education recognized him for this outstanding achievement at its Feb. 13 board meeting. "I stayed up until midnight during winter break to check my score, and once I found out I was jumping around the entire house," Mohansrinivas said. "I was aiming for a 36 but didn't know if I would get it." The ACT, which is taken by nearly 60 percent of ...