Three Bossier Parish High School Students Advance as National Merit Semi-Finalists

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Three Bossier Parish High School Students Advance as National Merit Semi-Finalists

It’s a proud moment for Bossier Parish schools as three high school students have advanced as National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists.

Dario Cosic from Parkway, Shannon Mathers from Airline and Cameron Thomas from Benton are among the 16,000 students in the nation recognized for their outstanding academic achievements.

It’s quite an achievement: More than 1.6 million students apply each year for the National Merit Scholarship Program.

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Cosic is the secretary of the senior class at Parkway and is Vice President of the National Honor Society. He is also enrolled in the prestigious SMART program through Bossier Schools.

Mathers is currently ranked number one in her class and involved in a number of school clubs and extracurricular activities. She is the Vice President of Airline’s Debate team and has won numerous awards at debate competitions.

Thomas is also number one in his class at Benton, where he is the squad leader in Band; a member of the National Honor Society; and medalist in chemistry at Literary Rally.

Cosic, Mathers and Thomas are now in contention as National Merit Scholar Finalists, with the National Merit Scholarship being the most prestigious honor bestowed on high school seniors.

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