Howard County Education


December 07, 1992

In yesterday's Howard section, a feature article on Greg Seward should have said that he is a student at Hammond High School.

The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.

Recipient: Greg Seward, 17, of Columbia

School: Wilde Lake High School

Why Greg was chosen: He holds a 4.0 grade point average and is president of the National Honor Society. He played varsity football as well as varsity lacrosse. He won the school's scholar-athlete award. He volunteers for the American Cancer Society as well as the Leukemia Society of America. He is a National Merit semi-finalist and a Maryland Distinguished Scholar finalist.


His comments: "Kids really care about the world they live in, but a lot of times, they don't want to do anything about it. Adults don't listen to what they have to say. You get a feeling you're not doing much."

His plans: To study medicine at either Rice University, University of Virginia, UMCP, Duke University, Princeton University or Tulane University.

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