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Originally posted July 11, 2012
Area National Merit Scholars announced
BY ANDREA EGER World Staff Writer
(Reprinted with Permission. This is not an endorsement.)
Graduates from more than 25 area high schools have been named recipients of National Merit Scholarships.
Established in 1955, the nonprofit National Merit Scholarship Corp. this year selected 8,300 high school seniors who will receive scholarships for college undergraduate study worth more than $35 million. Most awards are underwritten by independent corporate and college sponsors.
Scholars from Union include Brandon A. Jonely and James M. Rogers. See full list
Union High School seniors James Rogers and Brandon Jonely, left to right, were named 2012 National Merit Scholars.
Union High School seniors Brandon Jonely and James Rogers were named 2012 National Merit Scholars. Brandon Jonely is the son of Mary and Ronald Goss and AJ Jonely of Tulsa; James Rogers is the son of Marc and Marsha Rogers of Tulsa. See earlier story