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Main Line Middle School Students Qualify for Johns Hopkins Talented Youth Program

Seventy-five percent of Devon Prep's Middle School students were recognized by the Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

 
PRLog - Nov. 21, 2011 - DEVON, Pa. -- More than 75% of Devon Prep’s Middle School students, 16 eighth graders, 18 seventh graders, and 18 sixth graders were recognized by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Program.  CTY, a world leader in gifted education, conducts national and international talent searches to identify, assess, and recognize outstanding academic talent.

These 52 students qualified for the CTY Program by scoring in the 95th percentile or above on standardized tests last year and by demonstrating superior academic performance.

As a result, the seventh and eighth graders are eligible to take the ACT or SAT, which are designed for high school juniors and seniors. The sixth graders qualified to take the School and College Ability Test (SCAT) sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth.

The following Devon Prep students qualified for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth Program:

Eighth Grade
Andrew J. Barella of Lansdale
Andrew R. Betts of Wayne
Alexander S. Bygrave of Exton
Alexandru Damian of Norristown
Sean A. Fulmer of Broomall
Anthony L. Lambright of Conshohocken
Enoch S. Lee of Lansdale
Joshua Y. Lee of Royersford
Matthew J. McLaughlin of Phoenixville
Kyle A. Mooney of Royersford
Shane L. Norris of Phoenixville
Richard P. O'Flynn of Media
Erick V. O’Brien of Havertown
John F. Parkinson of Springfield
Shymal B. Patel of Norristown
August J. Piro of Downingtown


Seventh Grade
Ryan A. Hallinan of Newtown Square
Kevin L. Holmes of Ardmore
Tyler J. Keough of Collegeville
Andrew P. Knaus of Malvern
Benjamin J. Lubker of West Chester
John Walter Marquis of Wayne
Sawyer A. May of Chester Springs
Christopher D. McAlee of West Chester
Alexander C. Nawn of Malvern
Daniel J. O'Malley of Media
John B. Rufo of Chester Springs
Connor P. Ryan of West Chester
Daniel D. Shannon of Royersford
Brandon C. Smoot of West Chester
Arnold J. Tiglao of King of Prussia
Jack I. Wagner of West Chester
Michael A. Weir of Malvern
Paul I. Yoo of King of Prussia

Sixth Grade
Thomas S. Brower of Kimberton
Justin Chambers of Glenmoore
Caelan J. Coyne of Downingtown
William C. D'Amico of Springfield
Michael C. Hinke of Collegeville
Jamie W. Lorgus of West Chester
Brendan J. McGrath of West Chester
Akul Naik of Phoenixville
Matthew V. O'Brien of Havertown
Brian J. O'Malley of Media
Jacob T. Pabia of Phoenixville
Michael S. Pietrafitta of West Chester
Christopher L. Rufo of Chester Springs
Paris T. Shusterfallou of Phoenixville
Matthew D. Siracusa of Newtown Square
Jacob M. Snyder of Collegeville
Augustin X. Thompson of Devon
Tyler J. Wright of Exton

Devon Prep is a private, Catholic, college preparatory school for young men in grades six through 12 conducted by the Piarist Fathers. Devon Prep will administer Scholarship/Entrance Exams on Sunday, December 4 at 8:30 AM on campus at 363 North Valley Forge Road in Devon, PA. For more information call 610-688-7337 or visit www.devonprep.com or www.facebook.com/devonprep.

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