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Four CBHS Seniors earn National Merit Finalist honors

By John E. Morris, Director of Marketing and Communications

Four Christian Brothers High School seniors have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as 2018 National Merit Finalists (from left): Matthew Lazarov, Matthew Hubbard, Dwight Moore, and Bryce Cornell.

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Four Christian Brothers High School seniors have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as 2018 National Merit Finalists (from left): Matthew Lazarov, Matthew Hubbard, Dwight Moore, and Bryce Cornell.

Congratulations to Christian Brothers High School seniors Matthew Lazarov, Matthew Hubbard, Dwight Moore and Bryce Cornell for being named National Merit Finalists for the Class of 2018. This Certificate of Merit was awarded by the National Merit Scholarship Program to all who advanced to Finalist standing by demonstrating distinguished performance and high potential for future academic accomplishment. Each was named a semifinalist last year and was among the top one percent of students in the United States who took the PSAT last year. All four will continue to participate in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

Matthew Lazarov is the son of Craig and Eve Lazarov of Germantown. He has a brother and a sister. Matthew attended Bornblum Jewish Community School before coming to CBHS. Matthew and his family attend Temple Israel. Matthew Hubbard is the son of Neil and Libby Hubbard of Lakeland. He has two brothers also enrolled at CBHS. Matthew attended Arlington Middle School. He and his family attend Christ United Methodist Church. Dwight Moore is the son of Dwight and Geneva Simpson Moore of Collierville. He has three sisters. Dwight attended Central Day School. He and his family attend Mississippi Boulevard Church. Bryce Cornell is the son of Thomas and Jennifer Cornell of Collierville. He has two younger brothers. He attended Schilling Farms before coming to CBHS. Bryce and his family attend Church of the Incarnation.

“We congratulate these young men on their fine accomplishment,” said Chris Fay, CBHS principal. “They have worked hard and used their God-given ability for the greater good as students at CBHS. This singular accomplishment is one of many for each of these young men, and we are grateful for their leadership and integrity.”

“All of these young men are humble, unassuming and serve as stellar leaders in school and community organizations while simultaneously engaging in the most rigorous academic regimen,” said Paula Mistretta, CBHS Director of College Counseling. “They exemplify what it means to be a Brothers’ Boy.”

Jun 22, 2018

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