A 15-year-old Nigerian student named Oyinkansola Ewedemi has been chosen as a member of the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) based in Atlanta, United States.
According to a statement released by James Lewis, the co-founder and President of NSHSS, Ewedemi consistently maintained a high grade point average throughout her high school years. She is currently a freshman enrolled in the STEM program at James Martin High School in Arlington, Texas.
The NSHSS is renowned for recognizing outstanding scholars who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, academic excellence, and a commitment to their community. Lewis expressed his honor in acknowledging Ewedemi’s hard work, passion, and dedication to achieving remarkable academic success. He emphasized that Ewedemi is now part of an exclusive community of scholars that represents hope for a promising future.
As a lifetime member of NSHSS, Ewedemi will receive ongoing support and resources to aid her academic and personal growth. Lewis highlighted that NSHSS is dedicated to helping students like Ewedemi by providing them with valuable learning experiences and resources to prepare them for college and meaningful careers.
Ewedemi’s involvement extends beyond academics, as she plays the violin in the school orchestra and represents her school in robotics competitions held in various cities across Texas. Her aspiration is to pursue an Engineering Major, specifically focusing on Aerospace Engineering.