Four students from Eleanor Roosevelt High School were recently announced as winners in the 2014 National Achievement Scholarship Program. More than 160,000 African American high school seniors nationwide competed for National Achievement Scholarships and 800 will share more than $2 million in scholarship funds for undergraduate study.

“Congratulations to these outstanding students from Eleanor Roosevelt High School who have earned this prestigious honor,” said Dr. Kevin M. Maxwell, Chief Executive Officer for Prince George’s County Public Schools. “I would also like to thank the National Achievement Scholarship Program for helping our students finance their college education.”

Oluwakonyinsola Opeyemi Adesoye, Miles A. Harriston, Ahmed M. Kamil and Chiamaka K. Ogwuegbu were among the 800 students who earned the $2,500 National Achievement Scholarship.