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Nine Raytown 7th graders to receive Duke University Talent Identification Program recognition

raytown_schoolsNine Raytown Quality Schools 7th graders will receive State Recognition in a ceremony for the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) on May 23 at Drury University in Springfield, MO.

Duke TIPis a nonprofit organization that provides rigorous and advance resources to academically gifted students.  To qualify for Duke TIP State Recognition, 7th graders are invited to take either the ACT or SAT college entry exam.  Students must core at least 21 out 36 possible points on the ACT and 1540 out of 2400 possible points on the SAT (some exceptions apply).

Raytown Central Middle School students Michaela Prosser, Anna Ryan, and Cooper Wilkinson; Raytown Middle School students Elizabeth Choate, Natalie Choate, and Caleb Nading; and Raytown South Middle School students Joshua Blew, Ian Nehring, and Brady Prewitt qualified for State Recognition.

Each year, a number of Raytown students are selected to participate in the Duke TIP.

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