October 20, 2019
Lower School Students Receive Duke Tip Recognition
Prince fourth through fifth-grade students who scored in the 95th percentile or higher on an accepted sub-test 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:
Mary Baxter, Brooke Bliss, Collin Bradford, Annabella Carter, Sarahi Covarrbias, Samuel Florence, Jackson Gibbs, Sophia Hill, Garrett Holt, Rowen Hudson, Alex Hutcheson, Dru Hutcheson, Emerson Mahan, Nate Murray, Maddi Palmer, Ava Patat, Cale Perry, Riley Reeder, Bella Rogers, Brenna Smith, Josie Smith, Reid Swilley, Justin Tanner, Jake Tarpley, Jake Timms, Lynlee Waterworth, Abigail Wolfe, and Ryley Young.
Fifth-grade students recognized for Duke TIP qualification were:
Laci Barham, Ben Brown, Ryder Capps, Walker Escoe, Anders Ficken, Grady Florence, Solomon Garland, Luke Gowder, Luke Milner, Elora Rentfrow, Brayden Smith, Lyla Ward, Charlotte Warren, Arli Webb, and Zach Wells.
Congratulations to these students on their academic accomplishments.