Thirty Northern Virginia high school students have been nominated by Republican Rep. Stan Parris and have been accepted to the U.S. service academies: Air Force Academy

JONATHAN HARMON, son of Evelyn L. and Joseph H. Harmon, attended Annandale High School. He was involved in the Student Government Association and language clubs and played basketball and football. He placed third in the regional track meet and participated in the 1982 state meet.

KRISTEN MORTON, daughter of Col. G.C. and Lillian Morton, attended Mount Vernon High School. She was a member of the National Honor Society, held school club offices as well as nonschool and church club offices. Kristen also was a varsity swimmer for three years. She attended the Governor's School for the Gifted in 1982 and was a National Merit semifinalist.

PAUL B. OLOFSON, son of Col. Tom Olofson and Doris B. Olofson, attended Annandale High School. He played football and received an honorable mention all-region in soccer.

ROBERT REIMAN, son of Stewart and Terri Reiman, attended Annandale High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society and ran track throughout his high school career.

JONATHAN CRERIE, son of Robert F. and Shirley J. Crerie, attended Chantilly High School. Jonathan was a member of the National Honor Society, the Key Club and the French Honor Society. He also played freshman and junior varsity basketball and won a silver medal in the Fauquier Track Classic.

PAUL E. FOLLETT, son of Robert H. and Rose E. Follett, attended Bishop Ireton High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society, the Key Club, the Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the lacrosse team. Paul was involved in the Catholic Youth Organization and served as an altar boy. He also did work for Republican political candidates.

STEVEN REID, son of Dr. William M. Reid Jr. and Mrs. Charles O. Everly, attended St. Stephens High School. Steven attended Boys' State, held office in school clubs, was a member of the wrestling team, Key Club, Computer Club, Language Club and church clubs. He also participated in school band/chorus, the FOCUS and the school newspaper. U.S. Military Academy

GARY SCOT BEDARD, son of J. Roland and Madeleine Bedard, attended Robinson High School. He attended Boy's State and was a member of the Student Council, Key Club and Language Club. Gary was also an Eagle Scout and a Boy Scout. He ran cross-country and winter track.

REGINALD CHEATHAM, son of Luther and Louise Cheatham, attended Groveton High School. He was a Boy Scout, member of the Key Club, Language Club, church club, and the school band-chorus. Reginald was also a photographer for the school publication. He received an all-America honorable mention for football in 1982; he made all-district/state and was an AAU Junior Olympics Finalist in pole vaulting. Reginald now attends U.S. Military Academy Prep School.

THOMAS L. BRUEN, son of Maj. Gen. and Mrs. John D. Bruen, attended West Springfield High School. Thomas was class vice president, a Student Council member and a member of the National Honor Society. He was involved in language and church clubs and was on the varsity wrestling team.

KURT GREEN, son of Lt. Col. Robert F. Green and the late Celine M. Green, attended West Springfield High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club, Language Club, nonschool clubs, church clubs and the French Honor Society. Kurt ran cross-country and winter and spring track.

ANN THERESE HUNTER, daughter Lt. Col. and Mrs. Howard W. Hunter, attended Notre Dame Academy. She held student government and nonschool club offices. Ann was a member of the Student Council, National Honor Society and Language Club. She was editor of the school publication and also received the Kiwanis-Hugh O'Brien Youth Leader Award. Ann played basketball, softball and swam. She now attends Mary Washington College.

WILLIAM METHENY III, son of William P. and Bonnie J. Metheny, attended North Stafford High School. William was band president, Interclub Council representative and French Club president and has won three drum major awards. He was a member of the History Club, Math League and National Honor Society. William also attended Junior Leadership Training.

TIMOTHY TODARO, son of Joseph E. and Beverly J. Todaro, attended Robinson High School. He held Student Government Association offices, was a Boy Scout, a member of the Student Council, National Honor Society, Key Club and language clubs. He played football, ran track and was also a swimmer. Timothy now attends Virginia Polytechnic Institute. U.S. Naval Academy

JOHN A. AMBROZIAK, son of Russell Andrew and Ellen Joyce Ambroziak, attended Lake Braddock High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club, Language Club and Church Club. John also attended the Governor's School for the Gifted in 1982.

ANTHONY FERNANDEZ, son of Anthony X. and Marjorie J. Fernandes, attended Bishop Denis J. O'Connell High School. Anthony was involved in language clubs for three years and also played varsity soccer in high school. He was a member of nonschool soccer teams in Arlington and Annandale. As well as traveling the United States extensively, he has been to Europe and Mexico for tournaments. John was a member of the first nonprofessional youth soccer team invited to China for competition.

DAVID JULIAN, son of Dr. Thomas and Anne Julilan, attended Mount Vernon High School. David attended Boys' State and was a commended Merit Scholar. He held student government office and school club office and was editor of the school publication. David was a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and Language Club. He played baseball and basketball and also received a certificate of merit in track.

SHELLEY LAURILLA, daughter of James and Sandra Laurilla, attended West Springfield High School. Shelley was chosen as an alternate for Girls' State, was a member of the Student Council and the National Honor Society. She played varsity tennis, was on the all-tournament team for basketball and made first team all-district and all-region in softball.

LYNNE MICKELSON, daughter of Lt. Cmdr. Paul F. and Wanda L. Mickelson, attended Mount Vernon High School. She was a member of the National Honor Society, Language Club, nonschool clubs and church clubs. Lynne held a school club office, participated in band/chorus and attended the Governor's School for the Gifted and was a national commended student. She also made it to district and regional competition in track and cross country.

BONNIE SHAMBLIN, daughter of Larry Shamblin and Sue Kim, attended Edison High School. She attended Girls' State, was president of her class, held other class offices, was a member of the National Honor Society, held school club offices as well as nonschool offices. She was also involved in language clubs, church clubs, school band/chorus and school publications. Bonnie participated in gymnastics, cheerleading and field hockey and placed third in district track competition. She won the National Science Merit Award (physics) and received a nomination to "Who's Who Among American High School Students."

SUZANNE SKELLY, daughter of James and Lillian Skelly, attended West Springfield High School. She attended Girls' State, held Student Government Association office, school club office, participated in language and church clubs and was a member of the National Honor Society. Suzanne played field hockey, received two senior awards in basketball and made first team all-northern district and honorable mention all-northern region in softball.

ROBERT SWICKLEY, son of Carlton Walter and Shirley Swickley, attended West Springfield High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society, school band/chorus and the Spanish Honor Society. Robert was an Eagle Scout and a Boy Scout. Robert ran track and was a wrestler.

ROBERT H. WRIGHT, son of Robert H. and Sylvia H. Wright, attended West Springfield High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society, the Explorers, school band/chorus and language clubs. Robert participated in winter and spring track and cross-country. He won an award for excellence at the Virginia Industrial Arts Festival.

CHRISTOPHER BOLT, son of Jack E. and Vivian J. Bolt, attended Robert E. Lee High School. He held Student Government Associaton office, class office and school club office. He attended Boys' State, was a member of the National Honor Society and was also involved in church clubs. He played football and basketball and ran track. Christopher was included in the 1982 edition of "Who's Who Among American High School Students" and participated in a week-long engineering workshop/seminar held at the Naval Academy.

SCOT HOPKINS, son of Robert Atree and Margret Louise Hopkins, attended Robinson High School. He participated in school band/chorus, basketball and track. Scot attended the engineering school at George Mason University last year.

JEFFREY JONES, son of Thomas G. and Bonnie Jones, attended West Springfield High School. He held Student Government Association, class and school club offices. He was a member of the Boy Scouts, National Honor Society, language clubs and church clubs. Jeffrey was editor of the school publication and also has been active in Little League. He ran cross-country and received awards in district finals in winter and spring track.

SCOT LOCKRIDGE, son of Sharon and William Lockridge, attended W.T. Woodson High School. He was a member of the National Latin Honor Society. He participated in soccer and gymnastics.

DANIEL RODRIGUEZ, son of Juan M. and Amelia Chu Rodriguez, attended North Stafford High School. Daniel attended Boys' State, was a member of the National Honor Society, language clubs, church clubs and the school band/chorus. He held school club offices, won third place in the National Spanish Exam (state) and was the most outstanding musician in 1982. Daniel ran track, played football and basketball, wrestled and lifted weights. Merchant Marine Academy

DONALD WAYMIRE, son of Cmdr. and Mrs. Donald Marion Waymire Sr., attended Bishop Ireton High School. He was a Boy Scout, a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club, Language Club, church club and Computer Club and played lacrosse. He was a staff writer for the school paper.

TODD VEAZIE, son of Victor and Jean E. Veazie, attended Annandale High School. Todd was a Boy Scout and a member of the Key Club. He participated in the school band and was an officer of the Demolay Club. He was a varsity wrestler and also played football. Todd currently attends the University of South Carolina.