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Christ the King sophomores: one smart bunch

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Posted: Thursday, March 27, 2014 10:30 am

Christ the King High School’s sophomore class performed admirably in the recent PLAN competitive testing, which is administered throughout the United States. PLAN is part of the ACT (American College Testing). Similar to the SAT, it encompasses the subjects of math, scienc, and English. The scores are used by colleges, together with the ACT and SAT, to evaluate applicants for admission and scholarships. Twenty-four of Christ the King’s students who took the test ranked in the top 10 percent of the country. Congratulations go out to them!

The students, in alphabetical order, are:

Ashley Avila, Brenden Berger, Amanda Capobianco, Dajour Davis, Karol Gajewski, Justine Gerace, Dan Golban, Wen Yi Guo, Camden Carole-Hall, Lukasz Janik, Lourdes Jaquez, Jakub Kasza, Michael Kow Lessar, Melissa Lent, Nicholas Lume, Christopher Masullo, Sharon Nolan, Cassandra Pantelidis, Diana Paravatos, Ariana Prashad, Danielle Rodrigo, Krystle Salvati, Matthew Scheider and Matthew Varela.

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