Attorney General Steve Marshall today announced the winners of the 2018 Alabama Safe Schools Initiative Awards of Excellence.
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Each year, Duke TIP identifies a group of academically talented students in the United States based on their exceptional grade-level standardized test scores. Only those who score at or above the 95th percentile qualify. Those students are invited to participate in the 7th Grade Talent Search and to take the ACT or SAT, which are designed for college-bound eleventh and twelfth graders. Taking an above-grade-level test is an experience that allows these gifted seventh graders to more accurately gauge their academic abilities and potential, as they need more advanced examinations than they find in their grade level. Participants in the 7th Grade Talent Search also receive a variety of support services and gain access to research and other information about using their academic abilities more effectively. The following students have been invited to join the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s prestigious 7th Grade Talent Search. Elizabeth Allison, Katherine Andreae, James Auvil, Michael Christopoulos, John Copus, Richard Davis, Savannah Day, Peter Dimler, Hadley Ekonen, Kaylee Rose Elrod, Alex Georgia, Elliott Greene, Ruth Gregory, Hannah Harbison, Alec Heslop, Joel Himes, Drennan Jones, Tyler Maronge, Elizabeth Morris, Ava Njoroge, Addison Olive, Sarah Partain, Shaylan Patel, Chaney Peters, Beck Petersen, Mia Sellers, Cody Serena, Abigail Wideman, Meredith Willingham, Ramsey Wilson.
We are so excited to announce that one of our HTMS Counselors, Amy McIntyre, has been appointed to serve on the Alabama School Counselor Association Executive Board! She will be working closely with counselors across the state and serving as the Membership Committee Chair! We are very proud of you!