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|Due to their excellent performance on a recent grade-level standardized test, thirty-eight academically talented seventh graders from Pass Christian Middle School are eligible to take either the SAT or ACT assessment through the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).
Posted On: Friday, October 30, 2015
Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP) identifies seventh graders in sixteen states in the Southwest, Midwest, and Southeast who have scored at the 95th percentile or above on a grade-level achievement test. The following students were found eligible to participate:
C.C. Annulis, Rhayna Ashley, Jake Battles, Nicholas Berden, Dillan Brooks, Claire Carter, Haley Clark, Noelle Cooper, Caden Counselman, Haden Cuevas, Joseph Dewitt, Courtney Estay, Kyle Foretich, Alyssa Foster, Briana Gamboa, Kyle Huidobro, Brooke Kouba, Dolton Ladner, Sophie Lanier, Ka’trina Larry, Kendrick Lowery, Tyler McGee, Dylan Necaise, Taylor Needham, Andre Niolet, A’nyah Rials, Madison Rutherford, Anna Scafidi, Colbie Smith, Kendra Smith, Dylan Thomas, Taylor Tinsley, Sophia Toner, Ian Trochesset, Van Truong, Brayden Walling, Corben Williams, Kallie Wilson.