Johnson County National Merit Scholars named

07/31/2014 3:52 PM

07/31/2014 3:52 PM

The National Merit Scholarship Corp. has released the names of more students from Johnson County who earned National Merit scholarships that are sponsored by colleges and universities. Other National Merit scholars were announced earlier.

Blue Valley High School

Macy L. Rainer, Northeastern University. Probable career field: economics.

Sachi Sarwal, Southern Methodist University. Probable career field: biology.

Adithya Sivakumar, Vanderbilt University. Probable career field: bioengineering.

Blue Valley North High School

Joseph S. Bricker, University of Minnesota. Probable career field: acting.

Blue Valley Northwest High School

Veronica D. McKinny, Lehigh University. Probable career field: science/research.

Grant M. Sander, Indiana University Bloomington. Probable career field: finance.

Homeschool

Alec Q. Knutsen, University of Kansas W. Harold Otto Scholarship. Probable career field: mathematics.

Olathe East High School

Dane J. Stapleton, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Probable career field: computer programming.

Olathe North High School

Ryan H. Dahl, Vanderbilt University. Probable career field: medicine.

Rockhurst High School

John D. Coode Jr., University of Oklahoma. Probable career field: medicine.

Evan A. Schleicher, University of Oklahoma. Probable career field: undecided.

Benjamin D. Seitzer, Saint Louis University. Probable career field: engineering.

Aaron B. Snodell, University of Oklahoma. Probable career field: medicine.

St. James Academy

Ian P. Jones, University of Kentucky. Probable career field: medicine.

Timothy J. Hendricks, Wichita State University. Probable career field: mathematics.

Shawnee Mission East High School

Alexander J. Armer, University of Oklahoma. Probable career field: management.

Justin T. Armer, University of Oklahoma. Probable career field: performing arts.

Shawnee Mission South High School

Caitlin T. Duffy, Tufts University. Probable career field: chemical engineering.

Shawnee Mission West High School

Tabina Amber Yeasin, University of Kansas W. Harold Otto Scholarship. Probable career field: computer engineering.

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