Congratulations to Mahi Gupta and Dhruva Chitneedi of Morris County School of Technology in Denville. These two seniors have been names National Merit Finalists.
They are among the top academically talented high school seniors from across the country who are in the competition for some 7, 250 National Merit Scholarships that will be awarded in the spring.
National Merit Finalists are selected based on their exceptional abilities, skills and accomplishments, and are highly recruited by selective colleges across the nation with some colleges and universities offering significant scholarships or even full-rides based on National Merit status.
Mahi Gupta is in the school’s Academy for Health Care Sciences. This Academy is a rigorous, highly focused program with studies in human sciences, health information technology, emergency care, humanities, computer technology, and health care dynamics. Students in this program can earn up to 15 credits through Rutgers School of Health-Related Professions.
Dhruva Chitneedi is in the Academy for Computer & Information Science. This Academy provides students with a comprehensive overview of computer programming, internet technology,computer architecture, history of computers, mathematics for programming, network security, and software engineering.