Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science recognizes graduates

From press reports

The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science is pleased to announce the impending graduation of the following students from your area.
LaMarra Coleman, of Louisville, is the daughter of Nona Armstrong. In the fall, Coleman plans to attend the University of Mississippi, where she will major in Biology. Before coming to MSMS, Colman was a student at Louisville High School.

LaMarra Coleman and Rani Jaiswal.

LaMarra Coleman and Rani Jaiswal.

Rani Jaiswal, of Louisville, is the daughter of Upendra and Memlata Jaiswal. In the fall, Jaiswal plans to attend Princeton University where she will major in Public Policy. Before coming to MSMS, Jaiswal was a student at Winston Academy.
These students are among the 110 members of the Class of 2014. Graduation is scheduled for Saturday, May 24th in Rent Auditorium on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women.
The Class of 2014 alone was offered more than $20 million in scholarships from schools and universities all over the nation.
The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science is the state of Mississippi’s only public, residential high school specifically designed to meet the needs of the state’s most academically talented students. The school, which is located on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi, plays host to academically talented students during their final two years of high school. The school has been singled out as one of the best high schools in America. Currently, 234 students representing more than 50 Mississippi counties compose the MSMS student body. Application to MSMS is open to all Mississippi sophomores. For more information about MSMS, please visit www.themsms.org.