Iredell-Statesville Schools Students Selected to Attend the 2024 Session of NC Governor's School

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NC Governor’s School is the oldest statewide summer residential program for academically and/or intellectually gifted high school students in the nation. The program, which is open to rising seniors only, with exceptions made for rising juniors in selected areas of performing/visual arts, is located on two campuses: Governor’s School West at Greensboro College, begun in 1963, and Governor’s School East at Meredith College in Raleigh, began in 1978.

Application criteria include: grade point average, essay scores, recommendations, evidence of Extracurricular activities, leadership roles, and community service, and, in the areas of performing/visual arts, audition scores.

Less than 1% of all NC high school students advance to statewide consideration. 19 of the 45 students from Iredell-Statesville Schools who advanced to the state level of selection were invited to attend the 2024 session of NC Governor’s School.

• Peyton Seldomridge-Natural Science
• Devin Rinberg-Choral Music Tenor I
• Liberty Prince-Instrumental Music Clarinet
• Anushka Mummadavarapu-Natural Science
• Mahil Manoaharan-Mathematics
• Rylan Barker-Mathematics
• Josiah Smith-Natural Science
• Christopher Corona-Plancarte Social Science
• Hunter Tan-Choral Music Bass 2
• Ryder Reynolds-Spanish
• Jaira Pyrant-Natural Science
• Mary Miller-Natural Science
• Haasini Majeti-Mathematics
• Marabel Ivey-Choral Music Soprano I
• Hannah Honig-Dance
• Narayani Garg-Mathematics
• Indu Gadiraju-Mathematics
• Nachammai Annamalai-Mathematics
• Jacqueline Maglente-Natural Science