Loudoun to honor its brightest students at annual banquet
Loudoun County Public Schools will honor its best and brightest Dec. 2 at its 30th Excellence in Education banquet at 1 and 6 p.m. at the National Conference Center in Leesburg.
The students attending rank in the top 5 percent of their class in their first three years of high school. The banquet also includes Loudoun students from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Fairfax County.
At the banquet, 14 students will be recognized for their selection as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, two for their selection as National Achievement Merit Scholarship semifinalists and 10 for their selection as Hispanic Achievement Scholarship semifinalists.
The 1 p.m. banquet will honor students from Broad Run, Dominion, Heritage, Loudoun Valley, Stone Bridge, Tuscarora and Thomas Jefferson.
The 6 p.m banquet will honor students from Briar Woods, Freedom, Loudoun County, Park View, Potomac Falls and Woodgrove.
The banquets have honored 3,878 students since 1983, when the program began.
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