59 Seniors Honored

The National Merit Scholarship Program has named 31 members of the Class of 2019 as Semifinalists and 28 as Commended Scholars based on each student’s 2017 PSAT/NMSQT scores. This year, of the more than 1.6 million student entrants nationwide, only 16,000 were selected as semifinalists, of which only 1,406 were from Texas.

“Our boys continue to impress as wonderful examples of Marksmen, promoting our vital qualities of dedication, integrity, and character,” said Veronica Pulido-Guzman, Al G. Hill ’63 Director of College Counseling. “These seniors are outstanding students and, more important, outstanding men.”

Congratulations to the following seniors named Semifinalists: Shreyas M. Annaswamy, Rhys Arana, John E. Burton, Noah K. Carr, Connor D. Cheetham, Andrew D. Crowe, Kristof Z. Csaky, Parker Davis, Sahit V. Dendekuri, Owen G. Ditore, Ruoming Fan, Nathan S. Han, Chase E. Honaker, William Hunt , Joshua Kang, Duncan W. Kirstein, Mujin Kwun, Dylan K. Liu, Albert Y. Luo, Jack B. McCabe, Daniel M. Mirochna, Robert D. Newman, Connor Pierce, Richard Z. Shen, Lee J. Simon, William M. Smith, David G. Vallejo, Max Wang, Mark L. Weisberg, Seth A. Weprin, and Matthew Y. Zhang.

Congratulations to the following seniors named Commended Scholars: Cole W. Arnett, Alexander C. Baker, Keeton Brewster, Creston A. Brooks, Trevor D. Burke, Gabriel T. Castrillon, Matthew S. Coleman, Christopher Crawford, Cole P. Duffy, William C. Haga, Charlie Hubbard, Jayan S. Joshi, Thomas R. Jurcak, Michael J. Lukowicz, Kamal Mamdani, William A. Nadalini, Lyle C. Ochs, Harrison B. Pancerz, Jason Peng, Matthew Pollock, Samir Ratakonda, Ayush Saha, James W. Sears, Mark S. Tao, Alexander W. Tate, Simon S. Unglaub, Nicholas J. Walsh, and John Landon Wood.


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St. Mark’s School of Texas is a private, nonsectarian college-preparatory boys’ day school for students in grades 1 through 12, located in Dallas, Texas. St. Mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world.

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