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Young Achiever: Gabe Stanton

| Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
The National Merit Scholarship Corp. has commended Gabe Stanton, 18, of Ross, a senior at North Hills High School, for high scores on the PSAT.

Age: 18

Family: Father, Mike; Mother, Jen; and a brother, Jake, 16

Residence: Ross

School: Senior at North Hills High School

Hobbies/interests: North Hills marching band drum major; member of the high school choir and the North Hills Singers, an ensemble of choir members; plays trumpet for the North Hills jazz band; member of Boy Scout Troop 101 at Berkeley Hills Lutheran Church; served as captain of the North Hills Hometown High Q team.

Noteworthy: He was commended by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. for his scores on the PSAT. He scored 215 of a possible 240.

Quote: “It's a great honor to be commended by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. It makes me really proud to be a student at North Hills and have such great instructors who have helped shape me into the person I am today.”

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