Twelve students in grades four through 11 from Carroll County Public Schools were selected as Carson Scholars for 2013, based on their academic achievements and humanitarian efforts.
Those named for the first time receive a $1,000 college scholarship.
Students can be honored multiple times in their scholastic careers for maintaining their high academic standards and level of commitment to their communities, but they do not receive more than one scholarship award.
Carroll students named for the first time are:
• Cameron Ducey, grade eight, Oklahoma Road Middle School
• Caroline Freundel, grade five, Runnymede Elementary School
• Natalie Singer, grade 10, Manchester Valley High School
Three-time scholars are:
• Harrison Curnutte, grade 10, Francis Scott Key High School
• Jennifer Nguyen, grade seven, Shiloh Middle School
Four-time scholars are:
• Jared Harless, grade eight, Northwest Middle School
• Allison Williams, grade 11, Liberty High School
• Laura Wonilowicz, grade 11, Winters Mill High School
Five-time scholars are:
• Nicolas Holocker, grade 12, Century High School
• Grace McCarthy, grade 12, Liberty High School
• Nathan Saurusaitis, grade nine, Manchester Valley High School
Seven-time scholars are:
• Anna Parsons, grade 12, Westminster High School
The students will be honored at the 17th annual awards banquet on Sunday, April 7, at Martin's West.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun