The following suburban Maryland high school seniors were among the 475 winners in the 13th annual National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students, chosen from the 1,200 highest scoring black finalists in the 1977 Achievement Program.

Each finalist competed for one of the 323 National Achievement $1,000, one-time, nonrenewable scholarships. Those who won the $1,000 scholarships are: Reginald J. Sanders, 9101 Jones Mill Rd., Chevy Chase, of Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School; Terri L. Hill, 5129 W. Running Brook, Columbia, of Wilde Lake High School; Jacqueline E. Rose, 5145 Hesperus Dr., Columbia, of Wilde Lake High School; Larry N. Johnson, 7210 Wendover Dr., District Heights, of Central High School; Linda A. Hutchinson, 9026 Volta St., Lanham, of Du Val High Scholl; Andrea C. Derritt, 10215 Campus-way South, Largo, of Stone Ridge High School; Alva T. Hughesz, 7312 Joplin St., Seat Pleasant, of Crossland High School; Terry L. Brown, 3833 Tynewick Dr., Silver Spring, of Peary High School; Mark Merritt, 2223 Westview Dr., Silver Spring, of Montgomery Blair High School; Lauren M. Robinson, 735 Sligo Ave., Silver Spring, of Wilson High School in the District; and John H. Bonaparte Jr., Suitland, of Suitland High School.

In May, about 100 winners of a third type of award, College Sponsored Four-year Achievement Scholarships,are to be notified.