Three St. Dominic Seniors Named National Merit Commended Students

 

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Three St. Dominic High School seniors have been recognized as National Merit Commended Students. These honorees are part of the top 3% of 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program participants nationwide.

  • Dylan Bateman '21 is a graduate of All Saints in St. Peters. He runs on the cross country team and is a member of Gaming Club. Dylan would like to study at Missouri University of Science and Technology or Rockhurst University next year.
  • Taylor Larner '21 attended Fort Zumwalt West Middle School. In addition to being a member of National Honor Society and the dance team, she serves as a student ambassador. After graduation, Taylor hopes to attend Iowa State University.
  • Daniel Montgomery '21 graduated from St. Paul in St. Paul. He is a member of jazz band and Coding Club. Daniel would like to attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology or Missouri S&T after high school.
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Of the 1.5 million members of the Class of 2021 nationwide who took the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers.

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