More than 15 students are adding their names to the growing list of those who earned perfect ACT composites based on results from the September and October testing periods.
From Brentwood High, Connor Brons, Ginger Buck, Kathryn Gripenstraw, Thomas Stewart and Phoebe Young all earned a composite score of 36 on their ACT exams. Neal Ickes from Centennial High also earned a perfect composite score. Alexandria Bush is the first student to earn a perfect ACT composite at Fairview High School.
Franklin High’s Mingxin Cui and Nicholas Grummon both earned a 36 composite on their exams. Nolensville High’s Sydney Hummel and Page High’s Carsten Rovey can also add a perfect ACT composite to their list of achievements.
Ian Brown, Andrew Kiepek, Adam Kreider and Trisha Mazumdar from Ravenwood High also aced the ACT exam. Finally, Noah Bell from Summit High earned a perfect composite score.
“Less than 0.2 percent of all test takers achieve the highest score of 36 on the ACT,” said WCS Assessment Analyst Kevin Deck. “These students are clearly among the academically elite.”