Several Oldham middle-schoolers recognized for high ACT scores

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By The Staff

 More than 50 Oldham County middle-schoolers have earned recognition for their high scores in the Duke Talent Identification Program. The seventh-graders took the ACT college entrance exam and scored well. 

South Oldham Middle School students Sydney Allen and Bria Isaacson and North Oldham Middle School student David Glenn will be recognized nationally for their scores. Statewide recognition goes to Oldham County Middle School students Andrew Dharamsey, Carlen Dickerson, Yannik Encarnacao, Benjamin Finch, Wolfgang Kesel, Ryann Little, Ethan Puckett, Clayton Redmon, Megan Viazanko and Harrison Wight; SOMS students Sydney Allen, Zachary Arnold, Lindsey Boerrigter, Meghan Dillon, Nick Fowler, Stuart Gray, John Grijalba, Bria Isaacson, Carly Kennedy, James Law, Alexa Pieragowski and Grace Taylor; NOMS students Phillip Benefield, Cassie Carpenter, Christopher Chen, Grace Elbert, Taylor Forney, David Glenn, Lauren Jackel, Jacob Johnson, John Kempf, Andre Lamoreux, Abishek Mahesh, Kinsey Morrison, Emily Morsman, Caroline Patterson, Adam Quebbeman, Katherine Tucker and Morgan Workman; and East Oldham Middle School students Sarah Blair, Elizabeth Griffin, Sydney Hall, Connor Hays, Erin Kabbes, Brittney McGinnis, Karigan Owens, Emily Smith, Patrick Wesley, Sophia Whorf and Andrew Williams.