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Madison Academy students to receive recognition for college entrance exam scores

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This winter over 65,000 academically talented 7th graders in the United State took either the SAT Achievement test or ACT assessment test through the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP). The students sit along side college-bound 11th and 12th graders in their hometown to take the exam. The Duke TIP identifies 7th graders in the U.S. who have scored at the 95th percentile or above on the SAT or ACT. Six 7th graders from Madison Academy participated in this program this year. The high scoring participants are invited to attend Duke TIP’s prestigious Summer Studies Program. Duke TIP courses are fast-paced and intense; often equivalent to one year of a high school course or one semester of a college course. Jake Diggers and Kayla Reeves qualified for state recognition and have been invited to the State Recognition Ceremony to be held in Jacksonville in May. In addition, Jake Diggers, Kayla Reeves and Bryce Vullo qualified for the Summer Studies Program.

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