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Auburn Students Earn Perfect ACT Score

2/5/2018

​​Four Auburn High School students recently earned a perfect score – a 36 – on the ACT. Junior Ethan Strombeck and seniors Logan Power, Will Snedegar and Lucas Turner all learned of their success last month. Only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a 36. Auburn junior Ethan Strombeck and seniors Logan Power, Will Snedegar and Lucas Turner

“Earning a perfect score is no doubt impressive,” said Superintendent Ehren Jarrett. “Four students earning a 36 at the same school is a solid reflection of hard work and dedication. Congratulations to these students, their families and teachers and staff at Auburn High School.”

Scores from the ACT reflect what students have learned throughout high school. It provides colleges and universities with information for recruiting, advising, placement, and retention. The test focuses on academic achievement and mastery of skills and knowledge taught in schools. 

Two of the four students – Logan Power and Will Snedegar – were named semifinalists for the National Merit Scholarship in September. All four students are in the RPS 205 Gifted Academy