Four more Williamson County Schools students are showing their smarts by earning perfect composite scores on the ACT exam.
Brentwood High students Mithul Nallaka and Pardhav Polavarapu both achieved a perfect composite score on the ACT.
“We are very proud of both Mithul and Pardhav,” said BHS Principal Kevin Keidel. “They are incredibly hard-working and motivated students. They have challenged themselves by taking our most rigorous courses and have succeeded. These two stand out in their ability to work well with other students and are real team players. We are so glad to see their preparation has been rewarded with these perfect scores.”
Ravenwood High junior Samuel Duggan also earned a composite score of 36 on his exam.
“Sam is a naturally talented student, but his real growth and achievement comes from his work ethic,” said RHS Advanced Placement (AP) English teacher Zach Oswanski. “He is reliable and a pleasure to work with. His perfect ACT score is a reflection not only of his ability as a student, but the quality of his character.”
Page High junior Andrew Sullivan also accomplished his goal of a perfect 36 composite on his college readiness exam.
“Andrew is a very hard worker who is focused on his academic goals,” said PHS Principal Dr. Shane Pantal. “He is an outstanding student, and we are glad he’s a Page Patriot.”
All four students earned the perfect score on the February test date.
From WCS inFocus