Four District Five students score perfect on ACT
IRMO, SC - Four students from Lexington-Richland School District Five have scored a perfect (36) composite on the ACT, the most of any school district in South Carolina. Those students that scored perfect include: Griffin Carter (Dutch Fork High School), Eric Chen (Dutch Fork High School), Sydney Bertram (Spring Hill High School) and Issac Jones (Spring Hill High School).
“We wish to congratulate Griffin and Eric on achieving a perfect score on the ACT test,” Dutch Fork High School principal Dr. Greg Owings said. “We are so extremely proud of these students and commend them for being among the best of the best in America.”
“What a wonderful achievement it is for Spring Hill High School to have two students score perfect on the ACT,” Spring Hill High School principal Dr. Michael Lofton said. “Sydney and Issac are phenomenal students and we are so very proud of her and their accomplishments.”
The ACT exam is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading and Science. The test includes multiple-choice questions with a highest possible score of 36. It is offered several times per year in the United States, and is usually taken during a student’s junior or senior year of high school.