Over 60% of our current 7th grade students were invited to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program, Duke TIP, which identifies academically promising 7th graders based on their standardized test scores in 6th grade. Candidates are then invited to take the SAT or the ACT which allows them greater insight into their academic abilities. After sitting for the high school SAT or ACT, four of our students were awarded state recognition by Duke TIP by scoring at or above the national average of high school juniors or seniors on at least one part of the SAT or the ACT. Congratulations to Sam Emsley, Caroline Kefauver, Jimmy Lane, and Haley Wass.
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