Thirty-nine 7th grade Students Qualify for Duke TIP Program

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School is proud to announce thirty-nine students in the seventh grade have qualified for Duke University’s 28th Annual Talent Identification Program. The talent search identifies academically talented students scoring in the 95th percentile or higher on a grade level standardized achievement, aptitude, mental ability test or approved state criterion-referenced test. This program is recognized as a national leader in identifying academically talents students across the country.

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School’s students who have qualified for the Duke TIP Program are Sterling Anderson, Michaela Armstrong, Hannah Barranco, Anna Vail Chancey, Zachary Cruce, Michael Dallas, Elana D’Argenio, Baines Deal, Kenneth Dickerson, Zachary Donaldson, Broghan Freeland, Sydney Hash, Gabriella Hayes, Zach Hulcher, Sydney Jarman, Megan Karst, Will Littleton, Alex Manning, Josh Marshall, Jarrett Mason, Stone Miller, David Norris, Taylor Pitters, Conner Preston, Trey Riggles, Robbie Sankey, Giselle Simms, Blayne Spigner, Joanne Spottswood, Jack Starr, Maggie Starr, Spencer, Starr, Natalie Sullivan, Shelby Taff, Sarah Talbot, Caya Taylor, Ethan Watkins, Daniel Weber, and Lexie Wilkinson.

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