Twenty-eight Fairfax County students, including two from
Oakton-area schools, have been named 2014 National Achievement Scholarship
program semifinalists. The National Achievement Scholarship program is a program by
the National Merit Scholarship Corporation that recognizes outstanding African-American high school students. The students from Oakton-area schools are:
Oakton High School: Breana Tate Madison High School: Timothy Davison
The semifinalists will compete for over 800 awards totaling $2.5
million. Students are judged based on their scores on the PSATs and other factors.