Nearly 50 Oklahoma students have received National Merit Scholarships in the final round of awards for this year.
The Oklahoma students were among more than 2,000 winners announced Monday by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. The total number of winners for this year is about 8,100.
The winners, their high schools, their intended majors and the awarding university are:
Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa: Isabel McCormick, writing at Oberlin College; and Alexander Yozzo, economics at Rice University.
Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa: Peter Folkins, chemical engineering at the University of Oklahoma; Madison Jones, engineering at OU; Andrew McCollum, space science at Washington University in St. Louis; and Laura Pearson, education at OU.
Casady School: Theodore Nollert, education at Rhodes College.
Classen School for Advanced Studies: Clay Newton, chemical engineering at Oklahoma State University.
Edmond North High School: Claire Choquette, vocal music at the University of North Texas; and Angela Metcalf, medicine at Northwestern University.
Edmond Memorial High School: Kaler Campbell, religious service/chemistry at Oklahoma Christian University; Alexander Wade Craig, genetics at OU; and Louis Utsch Jr., engineering at OU.
Edmond Santa Fe High School: Victoria Mooers, secondary education at the University of Chicago.
Eisenhower High School in Lawton: Mitchell LeFebvre, microbiology at the University of Alabama.
Heritage Hall: Sean Davison, mechanical engineering at OU.
Holland Hall School in Tulsa: Jennifer Carmichael, chemical engineering at OU; Harrison Evert, medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Pauline White, business at Southern Methodist University.