Two more Williamson County Schools students are joining the elite few who have scored a perfect 36 composite score on their ACT exams.
Ravenwood High student Mrinmoyee Kalasikam is one of the students who accomplished the difficult feat.
“Min is a star as a student and as a person,” said RHS teacher Elise Dirks-Jacks. “She is focused and inquisitive about topics in class and consistently leading her peer group in her performance on assessments. At the same time, Min maintains a fun sense of humor and brings a smile to class every day. She is a delight to teach and an excellent learner.”
Summit High’s Nevaeh Brinson also earned a perfect composite score on her ACT exam.
“Nevaeh is a very driven student at Summit High School,” said SHS Principal Sarah Lamb. “She pursues her goals by working hard each day. Nevaeh is looked upon as a leader among her peers and teachers all while keeping her academics in the top percent of her class.”