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SCHS Seniors Named National Merit Semi-Finalists

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Scott County High School is proud to announce that Megan Bradley, daughter of Kevin and Keely Bradley, and Isaac Krebs, son of Benjamin and Tara Krebs, have been named National Merit Semi-Nat'l MeritFinalists.

Established in 1955, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation is an independent, not-for-profit organization whose honors and awards are highly regarded marks of academic excellence. Many students recognized by National Merit receive special scholarships and automatic awards from colleges and universities across the United States worth nearly $30 million.

Among seniors graduating nationwide this year, more than 1.5 million of them entered the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the Preliminary SAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Of these students, only the top 1% are named National Merit Semi-Finalists. Both Megan and Isaac will now move on to the competition to be named National Merit Finalists this spring.

Megan has distinguished herself during high school by becoming a 2021 Kentucky Governor’s Scholar and Family & Consumer Science Career Pathway student. Isaac has also been extremely involved during high school as a four-year member of both the SCHS football team, where he plays inside linebacker, and band, where he plays French horn.  The students’ second hour AP Calculus class celebrated along with them when they were presented with their certificates and letters from National Merit by SCHS Principal, Elizabeth Gabehart.

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