26 National Merit Semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Program has named 26 members of the Class of 2020 as Semifinalists based on each student’s 2018 PSAT/NMSQT scores. This year, of the more than 1.5 million student entrants nationwide, only 16,000 were selected as semifinalists, of which only 1,321 were from Texas. Additionally, 29 seniors were named Commended Scholars for placing among the top 50,000 entrants. 

“We are delighted to recognize and celebrate our students for their academic distinction,” said Veronica Guzman Pulido, Al G. Hill ’63 Director of College Counseling. “St. Mark’s teaches boys the value of delayed gratification and the incredible dedication of these Marksmen has certainly paid off.”

Congratulations to the following seniors named Semifinalists: Faraz Asim, Colin Campbell, Garrett Davis, Judson Dommer, Henry Exall, Ishan Gupta, Nick Kowalske, Billy Lockhart, Jackson Morris, Toby Nwafor, Devan Patel, Eddie Raj, Neal Reddy, Kathan Ramnath, Lee Schlosser, Sahitya Senapathy, James Shiao, Jackson Singhal, Nicholas Tsao, Rahul Vashi, Sid Vattamreddy, Christopher Wang, Tianming Xie, Jason Yoo, Austin Zang, and Meyer Zinn.

Congratulations to the following seniors named Commended Scholars: Sam Ahmed, Obaid Akbar, Mason Antes, Andres Arroyo, Pablo Arroyo, Ramsey Beard, Nicholas Cerny, Camp Collins, Tony D’Apice, Christian Duessel, Kyle Fisher, Odran Fitzgerald, Sam Goldfarb, Reid Goldsmith, Ben Hao, Miles Hartley, David Li, Alex Loftus, Thomas Loose, Ryan McCord, Jack McCutchan, Arjun Nair, Rosser Newton, Mason Rareshide, Matthew Raroque, Will Rocchio, Jack Trahan, Aaron Weiser, and Sean Zhao.
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