Two Menomonee Falls High School seniors rank in the top 1 percent in Wisconsin in the National Merit Scholarship program.
Luke Troxel and Jordan Van Zummeren are among the 16,000 students, who earned the distinction of National Merit Scholarship semifinalists. They represent the top 1 percent of each state's high school seniors.
Troxel and Van Zummeren stand out among 1.5 million entrants from 22,000 high schools who took the 2012 preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Semifinalists are the only ones who continue in the competition, according to a press release from the Menomonee Falls School District.
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