Thirteen Seniors Named National Merit Honorees

St. Charles Preparatory School had six members of its senior class named 2024 National Merit Semifinalists and seven more are Commended Scholars.

Those who qualified for the National Merit Scholarship program did so by recording the highest scores of all high school students on the Pre-Scholastic Aptitude/National Merit Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) they took last year as St. Charles juniors.

Front row, from left:
Will Malerich (Semifinalist)(St. Brigid of Kildare School, St. Brigid of Kildare Parish), Andrew Kane (Commended Scholar)(Jones Middle School), Christopher Lee (Commended Scholar)(Genoa Christian Academy, Korean United Methodist Church), and Matthew Weyer (Semifinalist)(Ohio Connections Academy, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish);

Middle, from left: Jamie Graff (Commended Scholar)(St. Agatha School, St. Agatha Parish), Luke Klingele (Commended Scholar)(New Albany Middle School, Church of the Resurrection Parish), Will Bratt (Commended Scholar) (Gahanna East Middle School), Andrew Ferris (Semifinalist)(St. Agatha School, St. Agatha Parish), Brogan Rogers (Commended Scholar)(John Sells Middle
School, St. Brigid of Kildare Parish), and Malcolm D’Souza (Semifinalist)(St. Brendan School, St. Brendan Parish);

Top, from left: Jacob Maier (Semifinalist)(St. Mary School, St. John XXIII Parish), John Francis Bryner (Semifinalist)(St. Timothy School, St. Timothy School Parish), and Dillon Miller (Commended Scholar) (St.
Brendan School, St. Brendan Parish).
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