Mentor High School senior earns perfect ACT score
The ACT, which is a college readiness assessment, is taken by high school students every year and tests the students knowledge of math, English, reading and science.
Each section is scored on a scale up to 36 and the composite score is the average of the four sections.
According to information from Mentor Schools, ACT officials report that, on average, less than one-tenth of one percent of all students who take the ACT achieve the top composite score of 36 and nationwide, more than 1.85 million students from the class of 2014 took the ACT.
"Nick continues to work hard in his senior year at Mentor High School with a full course load of Advanced Placement classes and an array of extracurricular activities in his schedule," according to the district. "He plans to continue his education after high school, possibly at Duke, Dartmouth, Ohio State or University of Minnesota. Nick isn’t certain what he’ll choose as a major, but is strongly considering studying biomedical engineering."
Clark is also the vice president of Theater Club, president of the Tri-M Music Honors Society, concert master of the symphony and Mannheim chamber orchestras, member of the National Honor Society and is a three-year varsity letter winner in tennis.
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