Tomball ISD Students Well-Represented on National Merit & Recognition Program Lists

TOMBALL - Tomball ISD was well-represented among National Merit and Recognition Programs as a record-breaking 116 Tomball High School, Tomball Memorial High School and Tomball Star Academy students were recognized for their exceptional work in the classroom and beyond.


Applications for Finalists recognition in the National Merit Scholarship Program are due in October.


TOMBALL HIGH SCHOOL

National Merit Semifinalist

  • Brynn Johnson

National Merit Commended

  • Katarina Bellon
  • Ana Cecilia Castillo Galindo
  • Maria Pamela Chow Lomeli
  • Neil Granat
  • Wyatt Hollingsworth
  • Sarah Kane
  • Leo Lin
  • Jake Reese
  • Hannah Trahan

National Hispanic Recognition

  • Aidan Quilizapa
  • Alejandro Bayon
  • Alexa Padros
  • Ana Cecilia Castillo Galindo
  • Ana Arana
  • Anthony Berrios
  • Breanna Johnson
  • Carlos Alvarado
  • Christina Rodriguez Suarez
  • Devin Opfer
  • Diego Frias Fernandez
  • Estrella Farias
  • Everd Olivares
  • Francesca Lo Cicero
  • Gabriela Velazquez
  • Gianmarco Gitte
  • Isabella Barreiro
  • Julianna Roth
  • Lucas Da Silva
  • Luis Becerril
  • Maria Paola Chow Lomeli
  • Maria Pamela Choe Lomeli
  • Martha Johnson
  • Mary Martelo
  • Matheus Da Silva
  • Sarah Seymour
  • Sofia Barrueta
  • Sophia Marcano Font
  • Valentina Monroy

 

National African American Recognition

  • Alyssa Nolan
  • Chimamanda Ndulue
  • Jackson Nolan
  • Krisalyn Small
  • Sanaia Broudy
  • Serenity Cundiff
  • Taj Rogers

National Indigenous Recognition

  • Christian Cisneros

TOMBALL MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

National Merit Semifinalist

  • Zachary Caudle
  • Kai Miller
  • Bill Sun
  • Mi Vo
  • Roland Wang
  • Anthony Wu

National Merit Commended

  • Alisa Akopyan
  • Nikita Balaji
  • Daniel Bruni
  • Sydney Bussell
  • Meibeth Cannon
  • Aidan Caudle
  • Kaylee Caudle
  • Micah Goeke
  • Olivia Goralski
  • Antonio Maldonado
  • Annam Nguyen
  • Jay Nguyen
  • Mateo Oviedo-Cardona
  • Aakarsh Saggar
  • Neeraja Sankrit
  • Alyssa Seufert
  • Connor Shen
  • Rafael Carlo Wambangco
  • Thane Wimberly

National Hispanic Recognition

  • Sebastian Alvarado Padilla
  • Frank Atienza Coronado
  • Diego Becerra
  • Alexis Briley
  • Alessia Flor
  • Desiree Gonzalez
  • Erik Hanchi
  • Kimberly Jimenez
  • Sydney Lopez Martinez
  • Amenda Mau
  • Sophie Mejia
  • Alyssa Mendoza
  • Ana Morales Gomez
  • Alejandra Moreno
  • Natalia Parra Martinez
  • Lauren Rivera
  • Mia Romero Bernal
  • Aliana Rodriguez
  • Emanuel Rodriguez Martinez
  • Daniel Serna
  • Esteban Trevizo
  • Jacob Willis
  • Logan Young

National African American Recognition

  • Olamide Alalade
  • Chase Beeler
  • Alexis Briley
  • Kaylan Coleman
  • Yerim Colin
  • Manuel Hoefoafia
  • Nnenda Tasie-Amadi
  • Jacob Wills

National Indigenous Recognition

  • Caleigh Ready

TOMBALL STAR ACADEMY

National Merit Commended

  • Thomas Dudley
  • Nikhil Pasam
  • Austin Tharp

National Hispanic Recognition

  • Anthony Martinez
  • Ayden Dominguez
  • Daniela Garcia Plascencia Rodriguez
  • Emma Ibarra
  • Isabella Lezama

National African American Recognition

  • Ange Nganou
  • Kyera Phillips
  • Nmanmachukwu Moghalu
  • Solonge McClasky

ABOUT TOMBALL ISD

Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences. Founded in 1908, Tomball ISD now encompasses 83 square miles in northwest Harris County and southwest Montgomery County, and is located approximately 30 miles from downtown Houston. The district currently educates over 21,400 students at 22 campuses.