Seniors Identified as National Merit Scholarship Finalists

Posted: February 15, 2019

The National Merit Scholarship Program has announced that 22 Bellarmine seniors have qualified as Finalists in the academic competition, and will now be considered for National Merit Scholarships to be offered in 2019.

The Bellarmine students named as National Merit Scholarship Finalists are: Rishi Balakrishnan, Telvin Ciby, Samuel Clark, Shubhankar Gaur, Kevin Gottlieb, Christopher Hom, Daniel Kim, Rishabh Menezes, Kevin Oh, Jason Phong, Ashwin Pillai, Ryan Remmel, Abhishek Rengarajan, Samuel Sommerer, Nihal Talur, Kenneth Tan, Dylon Tjanaka, Austin Tsai, Tyler Vergho, Matthew Wong, Rishab Yeddula and Lewis Zhang.

Approximately 7,500 scholarships—including National Merit Scholarships, corporate-sponsored scholarships, and college-sponsored scholarships—will be offered to the group of more than 15,000 Finalists.

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