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National Merit Scholarship Finalists

Seven students from the Fort Smith Public School District have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists. Finalists are eligible to receive a National Merit $2500 Scholarship, a Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholarship Award, or a College Sponsored Merit Scholarship Award in the next several months.             

All seven of the FSPS students who were chosen as National Merit Semi-Finalists were selected to be finalists this week. The selection process is based on each student’s academic record, information about the school's grading system, two sets of test scores, a written recommendation from the student’s high school, extra-curricular involvement, and an essay written by the finalist.             

Daniel Bushkuhl-Northside High School, is the son of David and Collette Bushkuhl. He will attend Hendrix University and has not yet decided on a major.             

Brianna Gant-Southside High School, is undecided on where she will attend college, but will major in Business Administration and English.  She is the daughter of Christopher and Kimberly Gant.         

Arman Hemmati-Southside High School, is the son of Ignacio and Jill Guerra. Arman plans to major in Mathematics or Science, but is undecided on where he will attend college.

Kameron Morton-Northside High School will attend Hendrix University and will pursue degrees in Theatre and Creative Writing. Kameron is the daughter of J. Lavon Morton and Dr. Brenda Yelvington.

     Field Watts-Southside High School, will major in Chemistry and has not yet decided on a university. He is the son of Monty and Mary Ann Watts.              

Max Weidman-Southside High School, will major in Biomedical Science at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Max is the son of Shaun and Melody Weidman.             

Dylan Wright-Southside High School, is the son of Kent and Kara Wright. He will be a pre-med student at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, majoring in Chemistry.

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