Junior Scholars Recognized at Furman

In December, some of our 7th grade students took the ACT, a standardized college admissions test, as part of the Duke University Talent Identification (TIP) Program, which is a nonprofit organization supporting academically talented students in grades four through twelve by offering above-grade-level testing, enrichment resources, year-round learning options, and other benefits. As a result of their performance on the ACT, two of our students were selected and chose to participate in an awards ceremony on May 16th at Furman University, where they were recognized as Junior Scholars along with other students from around the state. Congratulations to James Washington (pictured on left), and Michael Papalestsos (pictured on right)!
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One comment on “Junior Scholars Recognized at Furman

  1. Sander Fields says:

    This is so awesome! >

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