GCHS student accepted into Congress of Future Medical Leaders 1

Taryn Solomon displays her Awards of Excellence acknowledgement.

Grayson County High School student Taryn Solomon has been nominated and accepted to attend this year’s National Congress of Future Medical Leaders and Physicians.

This year’s Congress will be held for three days in June at the University of Massachusetts.

The Congress of Future Medical Leaders is a verified honors-only program for high school students who are dedicated to the service of humanity through medicine, either as physicians or in scientific research. The purpose of the Congress is to honor, inspire, motivate and direct the top students in the country and help them stay true to their dreams.

Congress delegates are guided by some of the greatest minds in medicine — men and women who are leading the medical miracles of the 21st century. Congress mentor speakers include winners of the Nobel Prize, award-winning young inventors and scientists, leaders in medicine, medical futurists, and prominent medical school deans.

Solomon will be joined by accelerated students from all over the country and will be given the opportunity to watch a live surgery and earn college credit.

Taryn Solomon is the daughter of Jonathan and Heather Solomon.

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