Granbury seniors Hunter Pearson and Emily Schultz are National Merit scholarship finalists.
The Merit program honors academically talented students in the U.S.
Pearson is a homeschool student; Schultz attends Heritage Christian Homeschool.
Pearson plans to attend Texas A&M, major in finance and go to law school and eventually politics. He has interned for the Granbury office of Congressman Mike Conaway.
He attends Grace Bible Church and enjoys piano, reading and sports.
“I have been blessed by God with wonderful parents, and I am very thankful for all the support they have given me,” Pearson said. “I look forward to develop my problem-solving skills to help solve some of the problems our nation faces.”
Schultz plans to pursue a degree in engineering at LeTourneau University or Texas A&M University.
She attends Granbury Seventh-day Adventist and plays the piano at church. She is a member of the Civil Air Patrol and a part-time veterinary technician assistant.
Schultz also is a first-degree black belt and has been a docent for the Granbury Candlelight Tour of Homes.
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