The Beverly Hills Unified School District announced that three seniors at Beverly Hills High School, Parsa A. Farnad, Bradley K. Moon and Nicholas M. Walker, have been recognized for their academic achievements as National Merit finalists.
The students are among 50,000 of the 1.5 million students who take the PSAT, National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in their junior years. Those 50,000 students qualifying for recognition in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Of the 50,000 students, approximately one-third – or roughly 16,000 students – qualify as semifinalists and about 15,000 become finalists.
Parsa, Bradley and Nicholas represent the top scorers and some of the top-academic students in California.
“It is always exciting to recognize our students’ accomplishments over the years, but throughout a pandemic it is quite outstanding to honor their work especially throughout these times,” said Rebecca Starkins, director of public relations for the Beverly Hills Unified School District. “Without a doubt, we are incredibly excited to see the mountains they will climb and the things they will achieve as they begin their journey upon graduation and as they enter higher education,” Starkins added.
For information, visit bhusd.org.
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