Most Middlesex Students in National Academic ‘Talent Search’ Scored Above 50% of High School Seniors

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More than two dozen Middlesex Middle School students recently participated in Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Talent Search, taking the actual ACT or SAT or JHU’s SCAT.

— an announcement from Middlesex Middle School

They scored high enough to qualify for CTY Advanced Level courses and in most cases, higher than 50% of college-bound seniors who took the same test.

Middlesex sixth graders CTY Advanced Level courses

6th grade: (top row, from left) Jamie Davis, Rajiv Pujara, Charlotte West, (front row, from left) Ryan Leahy, Luke Romanowski, Paloma Dudas, Owen Gluck

MMS seventh graders test

7th grade: (top row, from left) Jack Whipple, Aadya Pai, Katie Koslow, (middle row, from left) Annie Genovese, Connor Blenke, James Whitticomb, Kai Sparks, (front row) Katie Gilligan, Chloe Bortel, Avi Samal. Not pictured: Ryan Hoffman

8th grade: (top row, from left) Ayush Nafde, Oliver West, Jacob Hardy, Emma Quayle; (front row, from left) Lily Cowles, Chelsea Donovan, Ellie Gaaserud, Natalie Grimm. Not pictured: Brennan Moore

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