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February 05, 2018

Lower School Students Qualify for Duke Talent Identification Program

Fourth through fifth-grade students who scored in the 95th percentile or higher on an accepted subtest of the Terra Nova Achievement Test last spring were recently recognized for qualifying to participate in the highly selective Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).  Participation in the 4th-6th Grade Talent Search offers students opportunities such as online activities, a book club, newsletters for students and parents, educational programming, and discounts on independent learning materials. 

Fourth grade students recognized for Duke TIP qualification were: Layla Bentley, Bailey Burns, Roger Cabral, Aiden Cameron, Abel Carter, Cid Charles, Christian Dagnese, Brooks David, Izzie Garth, Trenton Gilley, Graycen Grooms, Walker Hardman, Francis Kelley, Carly Land, Lilly McNeill, Grace Morgan, Will Peacock, Gabriel Prince, Bella Rosenthal, Grayson Stafford, Sarah Stertzbach, Cole Tanner, and William Verge.

Fifth grade students recognized for Duke TIP qualification were:  Bennett Bahnsen, Sydney Barham, Joshua Box, Claire Bradford, Alexis Cabral, Ruben Calderon, Brody Conner, Jenifer Dunn, McKinley Dykes, Timothy Furlow, Gideon Garland, Meredith Hale, James Henderson, Jaden Hill, Sophia Hou, Taylor Kraeling, Lyndsay McCall, Kevin McKeithan, Lilly Purcell, Brody Rogers, Maggie Ross, Julia Ann Shiver, Noah Snow, Mason Stitcher, Thomas, Taylor, Addison Wang, and Jack Whalen.

Congratulations to these students on their academic accomplishments.  

 



Duke TIP 4th-grade students.

 



Duke TIP 5th-grade students