Seventeen Northern Virginia high school students have been nominated by Republican Sen. John W. Warner and have been accepted to the U.S. service academies. Warner's appointments, by academies, are: United States Naval Academy

David Robert Lester, 18, son of Walter P. and Cecelia Lester Jr. of Fairfax Station. He graduated from Robinson High School and received letters for his participation in musical activities, including marching band. David is in "Who's Who Among American High School Students." His father is a regional manager of Clairol Inc., and his mother is employed in the food service industry.

Robert William Reiman, 18, son of Stewart and Terri Reiman of Annandale. A graduate of Annandale High School, Robert was on the all-A honor roll all four years in high school. Extracurricular activities included football, basketball and tennis teams and the hiking club. His father is a program analyst for the Office of Personnel Management, and his mother is office manager for Abode Management Corp.

David M. Robinson, 18, son of Ambrose and Freda Robinson of Woodbridge. A graduate of Osbourn Park High School, he is in "Who's Who Among American High School Students." David was on the student council and was starting center on the varsity basketball team. His father is an electronics engineer, and his mother is a nurse.

Maureen C. Sullivan, 17, daughter of Robert J. and Peggy Joy Sullivan of Woodbridge. She graduated from Woodbridge Senior High School and was on the varsity volleyball team and in the concert band. Maureen was selected to attend the Governor's School for the Gifted in 1982. She belonged to the Arlington Diocese Youth Board, the Catholic Youth Organization and the County Select Travel Soccer Team. Her father is a lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps, and her mother is a substitute teacher.

Ronald Frederick Woodaman, 17, son of Ronald E. and Nivia Woodaman of Fairfax. A graduate of Robinson High School, he was a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition and represented his school on the television program "It's Academic." He belongs to Children of the American Revolution, Col. Grayson Chapter, and was vice president of the Latin Club. His father is a translator for the CIA, and his mother is an executive bilingual secretary. U.S. Air Force Academy

Mark Roy Fitzgerald, 19, son of James J. and Mieko Fitzgerald of Vienna. A graduate of James Madison High School, Mark was valedictorian of his class and was on the varsity football and soccer teams. He previously was accepted by the academy but the appointment was delayed because he suffered an injury. He has studied for one year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His father is a program analyst for the Army, and his mother works at Woodward & Lothrop.

Donald Edwin Evans, 18, son of Donald J. and Janet Evans of Waterford. A graduate of Loudoun Valley High School, he was a member of the National Honor Society and the history club. He received a varsity letter in soccer. In 1982, he was selected to attend the "Model Executive Government Conference." He is listed in "Who's Who in American High Schools." Donald is a member of Leesburg Baptist Church. His father is a pilot for United Air Lines and, his mother is a homemaker.

Mary Margaret Duffy, 17, daughter of William A. and Carol Duffy of Alexandria. She graduated from Fort Hunt High School, was on the Student Advisory Council and was vice president of the Latin Honor Society. She played basketball with the Fairfax County spring and summer leagues. Her father is a teacher,and her mother is a secretary in the Fairfax County school system.

Thomas Edward Danek Jr., 17, son of Thomas Danek and Carolyn Sr. of Purcellville. A graduate of Loudoun Valley High School, he was a member of the Student Council, Varsity Club, soccer team and chamber choir. He was an officer of the Interact Club. He was on the Diocese Youth Council and the Catholic Youth Organization. His father is a management analyst for the Army Corps of Engineers, and his mother is employed at Heritage Hall Health Care.

Phillip Russell Pratzner Jr., 18, son of Phillip and Elaine Pratzner Sr. of Herndon. A graduate of South Lakes High School, he was on the varsity football and soccer teams and received letters for both sports all four years. His father is an architectural specialist, and his mother is in accounting. U.S. Military Academy

Francis O'Herron Esquivel, 17, son of Frank C. and Jeanne Esquivel of Alexandria. A graduate of Hayfield Secondary School, Francis participated in varsity basketball and soccer, represented his school on the "It's Academic" television program, was selected as a delegate to Virginia Boys' State and served as student assistant at Lafayette Hall. His father is a foreign service officer, and his mother is a homemaker.

Clarence C. Jones Jr., 18, son of Clarence C. and Aubrey Jones Sr. of Alexandria. A graduate of Groveton High School, he was a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Competition for Outstanding Negro Students and received a citation for outstanding academic achievement from the National Optimists Club of Alexandria. Clarence was captain of the varsity football team, was voted to second team all district, was named outstanding offensive player of the year by his coaches and was selected outstanding scholar-athlete by his school. His father is retired from the Internal Revenue Service, and his mother is a teacher in the District.

John Edward Squier, 18, son of James E. and Julianne Squier of Fairfax. A graduate of Robinson High School, he was a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition, a junior assistant scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America, and represented his school on "It's Academic." He was a member of the Washington Catholic Forensic League and the National Honor Society. His father is a project manager for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and his mother is a certified public accountant at D.R. Maxfield & Co. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Leonard Lee Camou, 18, son of James and Julia Weisenburger of Dumfries. He was graduated from Potomac Senior High School, received an honorable mention from the All District Football League, received an award from the Civitans. His father is a real estate broker, and his mother is a homemaker.

John Calvin Dupree Jr., 18, son of John and Mary Helen Dupree Sr. of Alexandria. A graduate of Mount Vernon High School, he was on the varsity football and basketball teams and the honor roll. His father is an educational psychologist and his mother is a teacher and homemaker.

Desmond Porter Wilson III, 19, son of Desmond and Elizabeth Wilson, Jr. of Reston. A graduate of Herndon High School, he was a member of the varsity swimming and track teams, the junior class council and the Latin and key clubs. His father works for the Navy, and his mother is a teacher in the Fairfax County system.

Todd Gore Veazie, 18, son of Victor and Jean Veazie of Springfield. A graduate of Annandale High School, he was a member of the wrestling team, string orchestra, the Key Club, Boy Scouts, and the Rifle Club. Todd has completed one year at the University of South Carolina. His father is a visual information officer for the Navy, and his mother is a medical assistant.