Of the 60 Cobb students named, Wheeler had 21 students, Walton had 13, Pope had eight, Lassiter had three and Sprayberry had two.
According to a release issued Wednesday by the Cobb County School district, the seniors "now have an opportunity to compete for more than 8,000 National Merit Scholarships that will be offered in Spring 2014."
The East Cobb students are:
- Lassiter: Nicholas J. Lindell, Rebekah H. Lippens, Richard L. Ludwig;
- Pope: Matthew C. Brady, Tal D. Greber, Eric Y. Gu, Jordan A. Hale, Ashley S. Hansen, Lucas C. Oliver, Katharine P. Van Riper, Natalie C. Williams;
- Sprayberry: MacKenzie Brackett, Victoria L. Pekala;
- Walton: Udai Baisiwala, Matthew Boler, Honey Chawla, Andrew H. Cheng, Sarah E. Cover, Erin J. Davenport, Akash Doshi, Jugyeong Lee, Keiko Mori, Edward S. Park, Samuel L. Rapowitz, Tori M. Walker, Adam B Zhang;
- Wheeler: William M. Andrews, June Y. Ding, Ildemaro J. Gonzalez, Timothy M. Gregg, Kurt M. Klinkmueller, Emily K. Maloney, Suneet Mishra, Sina H. Monfared, Robert A. Nussey, Yuanhan Pan, Jason Peng, Lydia A. Piendel, Patricia G. Ray, Priscilla N. Ryan, Nathan W. Su, Robert C. Taylor, Sarah Tran, Lydia J. Turnage, Anirudh Udutha, Young L. Ye, Linda Zhou.