This year, 22 students from Oak Park and River Forest High School (OPRF) qualified as National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists. Those students were: Noah R. Banholzer || Lia I Bauer-Goulden || Sebastian M. Beaghen || Ryan J. Borgdorff || Sara E. Conroy || Amelia C. Cornman || Jake T. Grant || Julia M. Harris || Noah D. Heilenbach || Grace J. Kavinsky || Erica L. Knox || Dallas Koelling || Sarah M. Kreider || Mary F. Martin || Ethan J. Mertz || Allison E. Miller || Sean S. Pawelko || Elizabeth S. Perkins || Martin N. Pimentel || Lauren K. Pritz || Arjun Rawal || Matthew Testore
The District 200 Board of Education also recognized three students who entered the National Hispanic Recognition Program, which his designed to recognize outstanding Hispanic/Latino high school students who have placed among the top 2 percent of Hispanic/Latino students taking the PSAT last year. Thos students were: Carly Johnson, Martin Pimentel and Olivia Zapater-Charrette.
Answer Book 2019
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