Trinity Collegiate student recognized by Duke Gifted Program

Jameson Sheehy

Jameson Sheehy, a 7th-grade student at Trinity Collegiate School, was recently honored for achieving an exceptional score on the SAT, the same test taken by college-bound high school students.
Jameson took this above-grade-level test as a participant in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP). Duke TIP is a nonprofit organization that recognizes academically talented students and provides advanced learning opportunities that foster their intellectual and social growth.
Each year, Duke TIP identifies a select group of students as academically gifted, based on their standardized test scores. Those students are invited to take the ACT or SAT, which can provide crucial insight into a gifted student’s strengths and abilities.
The highest scorers among these students are invited to a special recognition ceremony, typically hosted at one of over two dozen colleges and universities.
While the in-person ceremonies were postponed this year, Duke TIP celebrated these students’ academic achievements by providing their families an at-home ceremony toolkit.

 

Author: Rachel Howell

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