Two DeKalb County students have been named semi-finalists in the U.S. Presidential Scholars program. Eilidh Geddes from Dunwoody High School and John "Jack" Lane of Lakeside High School were among 16 students from Georgia chosen as semi-finalists. Eilidh and Jack were invited to apply for the honor after ranking among the top 50 students in Georgia based on ACT and SAT scores. Jack is an All American swimmer at Lakeside. An accomplished musician, he plays the cello in the Lakeside orchestra. His community work includes coaching and teaching young swimmers and serving as an acolyte for St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church. He is a recipient of the Lakeside High School Viking Award, given for excellence in character, leadership, academics and athletic ability. He plans attend Stanford University. Eilidh holds 12 varsity letters in Dunwoody High's marching band, swim team and debate. She is captain of the debate team, president of the National Honor Society, a recipient of the Girl Scout Silver Award, a Star Student and class valedictorian. She will attend the University of Georgia. The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964 to honor the nation's top graduating seniors.