3 Local Students Appointed To Service Academies

3 Local Students Appointed To Service Academies

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  Alabama Senator Richard Shelby today announced the names of 3 Mobile-area students who have been nominated to U.S. service academies.
Austin Davis, son of Scott and Melinda Davis of Mobile, AL, and a student at St. Luke’s Episcopal School, was nominated to attend the U.S. Naval Academy.
Joseph Hii, son of Paul and Theda Hii of Mobile, AL, and a student at Cottage Hill Christian Academy, was nominated to attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
And Harris Constant, a student at Fairhope High School, was nominated to attend the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.
Harris is the son of Rickie and Gerry Constant of Fairhope. 
Service academy nominees are required to be residents of Alabama and must complete the required ACT and SAT exams.  Applicants are also required to provide letters of recommendation, their school transcript, completed medical examination, and the required application form.
Although the students have been nominated, the academies will have the final say on their selection.


 

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