Four from JHHS chosen finalists for National Merit Scholarships National Merit Scholarship Program The University of Alabama Buckrail - Jackson Hole, news

JACKSON HOLE, WYO –Teton County School District (TCSD #1) proudly announced that four Jackson Hole High School students have been named as finalists for National Merit Scholarships.

Emmie Gocke, Sophia Androkopolis, Elizabeth Chambers, and Abby Brazil all received recognition as finalists for the distinguished honor awarded to high achieving high school students throughout the country. As finalists, the students will be considered for a National Merit Scholarship based on their academic record, test scores, letters of recommendation from their high school, student activities and leadership and a finalist essay.

Jackson Hole High School principal Dr. Scott Crisp stated, “JHHS is very proud of the dedicated academic work of our four finalists. These students have a natural passion for learning. Their dedication, coupled with the completion of rigorous learning experiences, and extracurricular activities, reflect some of the highest achievement in the Rocky Mountain West.”

Scholarships are provided to approximately 7,500 students nationwide.