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Rewarding Test Scores

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By The Staff

 

  On May 28, Oldham County Middle School seventh-graders traveled to Western Kentucky University for the Duke Talent Search awards program. The students were given state recognition for their ACT/SAT scores by the Duke program. Pictured above are OCMS students Amanda Collins, Audrey Riggs, Rachel Curtis, Mackenzie Kelley, Allie Houk, Bethany Lawson, Haley Snyder, Ashley Selsor, Norris Davis, Kaj Den Ouden, Paul Johnson, Brian Barmantje, Clay Crouch, Morgan Kelly and gifted and talented coordinator Joe Perceful. More than 100 Oldham County students participated in the Duke Talent Search. Students were also recognized from North Oldham, South Oldham and East Oldham Middle Schools. Students from NOMS include Gregory Abel Jr., Tess Bradstock, Sarah Carey, Olivia Clifford, Alyssa Dewey, Jacob Eadens, Tess Gerdemann, Timothy Graven, Caroline Harrison, Allen Jiang, Faith Johnson, Margaret Lambe, Hannah Lankswert, Catherine Li, Ellen McDearman, Lauren Miller, Kathryn Posto, Zoe Sapin, Mason Sapp, Kallen Sebastian, David Terkula and Robert Whitelaw. Students from SOMS include Tigue Baxter, Adam Clark, Gabrielle Davis, Andrea Garza, Kathryn Grubb, Cody Hawkins, Jade Johnson, Justin Kennady, Margaret Koontz, Sara McOmber, Victoria McWhirk, Kendall Ogden, Emily Sage, Jared Sanford, Spencer Shipman and Alexander Young. Students from EOMS include Daniel Ashby, Jake Baldauf, Christopher Holton, Thomas Honken and Kelly McKenna Six students were recognized at the national level for their scores:Rachel Curtis, Zachary Gabbert and Allison Houk from OCMS; and Tess Bradstock, Allen Jiang and Catherine Li from NOMS.  – text by Glypie Grider,  photo submitted