Juniors from Arundel, Severna Park and Broadneck high schools will debate virtually later this month in hopes of being elected the student member of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education.The Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils announced finalists for the position Tuesday, narrowed from a field of seven applicants by an initial round of interviews.The student member of the board serves a one-year term and gets an $8,000 scholarship. Anne Arundel’s student board member has full voting rights and participates in closed sessions.The system said in a media release that Anne Arundel is the only local board in the nation to give its student member full voting rights.The finalists are Bunmi Omisore of Arundel High, Fletcher Port of Severna Park High and Natalie Smith of Broadneck High.The students will compete in a student-moderated virtual debate on April 26 at 6 p.m., which will be streamed live on the system’s YouTube channel. After the debate there will be an election and the candidate with the most votes will be forwarded to Gov. Larry Hogan for consideration. Hogan appoints the student member of the board.