CINCINNATI, Ohio — A high school in Cincinnati is celebrating an amazing achievement — 17 times over!
According to Walnut Hills High School, 17 of its students earned perfect scores on the ACT test during the 2018-19 calendar.
The school said the following eight seniors and nine juniors earned the perfect score of 36:
“I have never heard of so many students in one school earning a perfect score,” said Ed Curry, spokesperson for ACT, according to Cincinnati Public Schools.
According to the district’s website, ACT reports that about one-tenth of one percent of students who take the exam nationwide earn a perfect score.
Principal John Chambers said, via the district’s website, 23 Walnut High School seniors just missed a perfect score, earning 35 out of a possible 36.
Congratulations to all of the students!