In 2019–2020, 10,675 middle schoolers scored well enough on at least one section of the ACT or SAT to qualify for a Duke TIP Recognition Ceremony.
They live in forty-six states, as well as the District of Columbia.
To qualify for a state ceremony, a student must have achieved one of the following scores:
|English ≥ 22||Evidence-Based Reading and Writing ≥ 550|
|Math ≥ 22|
|Reading ≥ 23||Math ≥ 540|
|Science ≥ 22|
To qualify for the Grand Recognition Ceremony, a student must have achieved one of the following scores:
|English ≥ 30||Evidence-Based Reading and Writing ≥ 650|
|Math ≥ 28|
|Reading ≥ 31||Math ≥ 650|
|Science ≥ 28|
And to qualify as a Scholar of Distinction, a student must have achieved a perfect score on at least one section of the ACT or SAT.
See the students' names here:
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