20 Sycamore Students Achieve Perfect Score of 36 on ACT
Twenty Sycamore High School students have achieved perfect scores on the ACT Exam, the most in school history.
Less than one-tenth of one percent of students who take the ACT earn a 36. Here are the students who earned a perfect score:
"We are so proud of all of our students and this is a shining example of some of their hard work. This accomplishment is a credit to the students, their families, their teachers, and our community,” said Doug Mader, Sycamore High School principal. “ Their accomplishment helps motivate other students and staff that remarkable accomplishments are indeed possible.”
The ACT does not keep records of students with perfect ACT scores by school. However, the district believes this is the largest number of students from one high school to earn the top score not only in the state of Ohio but also the country.
“As a district, we continue to examine ways for our students to achieve at the highest levels toward their full potential,” said Frank Forsthoefel, superintendent. “These amazing students have demonstrated their commitment to their academic work and continue to represent the Sycamore Family in the most positive of ways.”
In addition, 33 students were just one point off from achieving a perfect score. Here are the students who earned a 35 composite score: