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Upper School Students Receive National Academic Honors

Upper School Students Receive National Academic Honors

The College Board is recognizing more than a dozen NSA students for their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on College Board assessments, including the PSAT/NMSQT and AP exams.

The College Board's National Recognition Program recognizes the strong academic performance of underrepresented students, often serving as a signal to colleges and universities looking to recruit diverse, talented students. Eligible students must have at least a 3.3 GPA; identify as Black/African American, Latino/Hispanic, Indigenous/Native, first-generation college student or attend high school in a rural area or small town; and must be in the top 10% among PSAT 10 and PSAT/NMSQT test takers in their state for their award program or receive a 3+ score on at least two distinct AP Exams.

Katherine Conrod '25, Paige Dowd '25, Nicholas Evans '26, Braden Hensley '25, Avery Howell '26, Ryan Hynes '26, Jackson Jensen '26, Isabella Miller '25, Leah Noel '25, Jack Rosenberg '26, Henry Ross '26 and George Taylor '25 received the National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award.

Jade Dalton '25 received the National First-Generation Recognition Award.

Vanessa Knight '26 and Celine Waddy '26 received the National African American Recognition Award.

Audrey Slattery '25 received the National Hispanic Recognition Award.

Congratulations to all of our Saints for their accomplishments!


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