Three Wardlaw-Hartridge Seniors Named National Commended Students

EDISON — Saheela Ibraheem of Piscataway, Peter Minnium of Scotch Plains, and Adina Pearlman of East Brunswick, seniors at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, have been named Commended Students by The National Merit Scholarship Program.

These students received Letters of Commendation from Wardlaw-Hartridge and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation on the morning of Tuesday, October 5.


“We are very proud of our students’ accomplishments in the National Merit Scholarship Program,” said Susan Swenson, Director of College Counseling at Wardlaw-Hartridge. “Students are named based on a national Selection Index score of 201 (the sum of their three scores, including Critical Reading, Math and Writing on the PSAT taken during junior year). Each of these students scored above 201 and is representative of many students offered admission to highly selective colleges and universities.”

Pictured, left to right, are: Peter Minnium, Adina Pearlman, and Saheela Ibraheem. Peter is the son of Peter Minnium, Sr. and Ann Minnium. Adina is the daughter of Joseph and Susan Pearlman. Saheela is the daughter of Dr. Sarafa Ibraheem and Shakirat Ibraheem. (Photo by Michelle Daino)

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