CUSD has 56 National Merit Semifinalists in the Class of 2023
The Chandler Unified School District has 56 National Merit Semifinalists representing all six high schools in the Class of 2023. They are among 16,000 semifinalists nationwide out of more than 1.6 million students. In May, 7,500 finalists will be chosen to win the scholarship.
Students enter the National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) at the specified time in the high school program, usually as juniors, according to nationalmerit.org.
We wish them luck in becoming National Merit Scholars.
Here is a list of all our students at each of their high schools.
Alyssa Ackerman, Defne Aydin, Sophia Berg, Kevin Chor, Humza Choudhry, Abigail Goon, Jordan Hill, Raine Huang, Mason King, Alex Kroumov, Justin Lee, Giovanni Lopez, Stevie Ortiz, Caitlin Patarakun, Vahini Patel, Devangana Shah, Carter Smith, Sonny Vakkalanka
Cameron Bautista, Varad Chapalgaonkar, Ava Curry, Nathan Fuller, Kevin Li, Ellen Wamsley
Vishruth Anand, Siddhant Bhatnagar, Ting-Jui Chang, Carol Chen, Kassia Crouse, Luke Dwiyono, Sonam Kalmadi, Nikasha Kapadia, Ria Kulhari, Daniel Kwak, Iris Lai, Sneha Lakamsani, Joohyun Lee, Jubilee Lin, Candice Liu, Kristopher Luo, Amogh Mahadevan, Shayan Mukherjee, Jordan Payne, Allen Peng, Esther Qiu, Arhan Sankhla, Saba Shakir, Ananya Shankar, Jacob Slater, Monique Smith, Kenneth Su, Subhan Vasanth