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15 Gwinnett students win National Achievement Scholarship
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15 Gwinnett students win National Achievement Scholarship

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- Fifteen students from Gwinnett County received the National Achievement Scholarship in 2012.

This program, which is part of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, recognizes and honors outstanding black high school students across the United States.

More than 800 students received over $2 million in college funds from this year's scholarship program.

Gwinnett County's recipients are:

Berkmar High School

* Kerra I. Jones
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: neonatology

Brookwood High School

* Adrian Bortier Alabi
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: electrical engineering

* La'Ron-Chenee H. Tracey
National Merit Scholarship
Probable career field: international law

Central Gwinnett High School

* Matthew H. Pack
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: engineering

Collins Hill High School

* Michael C. Glover
National Achievement IKON Office Solutions Foundation Scholarship
Probable career field: biomedicine/research

Grayson High School

* Nana-Adjoa Owiaah Kwarteng
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: medicine/anesthesiology

Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology

* Alyssa M. Napier
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: scientific research

Mountain View High School

* Grace B.M. Assaye
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: pediatric neurology

Norcross High School

* Anthony A. Morgan
National Merit Scholarship
Probable career field: pediatrics

Parkview High School

* Caela A. Abrams
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: psychology

* Jennifer A. Bunkley
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: chemistry

* Phillip M. Musey
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: government science

Peachtree Ridge High School

* Bria N. Fincher
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: public policy/economics

* Kia K. Quinlan
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: pediatrics

Shiloh High School

* Elim S. Almedom
$2,500 scholarship
Probable career field: secondary education

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