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Three Oyster River High School seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program. Owen Nelan, Chris Hawley, and James Li are recognized for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by scoring among the 50,000 highest scorers nationwide on the 2022 Preliminary/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. They will receive letters of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and from the district.

  • Owen Nelan, Chris Hawley, and James Li commended in National Merit Scholarship Program
  • Recognized for exceptional academic promise
  • Scored among 50,000 highest scorers nationwide
  • Will receive letters of commendation
  • Three Oyster River High School Seniors Commended in National Merit Scholarship Program

    Principal Rebecca Noe announced that three Oyster River High School seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program. Owen Nelan, Chris Hawley, and James Li are recognized for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by scoring among the 50,000 highest scorers nationwide on the 2022 Preliminary/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. They will receive letters of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and from the district.

    Exceptional Academic Promise Recognized

    Owen Nelan, Chris Hawley, and James Li have been commended for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their high scores on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. This recognition places them among the top 50,000 scorers nationwide and highlights their dedication to academic excellence.

    Hampton Academy students turn trash into treasure

    HAMPTON – Superintendent Lois Costa said students in Hampton Academy’s Extended Learning Program (ELP) joined members of the Surfrider Foundation’s New Hampshire chapter for a beach cleanup, and later turned the trash they collected into art projects.

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