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Southside students awarded for ACT scores

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Four students from Southside Elementary were given the opportunity, based upon exemplary scores on state testing, to participate in a program by Duke University called Duke TIP (Talent Identification Program). Through this program, students are given the opportunity to take the ACT or SAT along with high school juniors and seniors. Students scoring particularly well on these tests are recognized by the state and by Duke University. These students in the picture scored at least a 21 on one part of the ACT with two of the students scoring a 24 and 25 on the ACT composite. Students were honored at Belmont University in a ceremony and received medals from both Belmont and Duke Universities. Noah Crutchfield qualified with his score to receive Grand Recognition and will be traveling to Duke University for this ceremony. From left, Brandon Kelley, Kyle Pulley, Noah Crutchfield and Braden Pickens.

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