PEPPERELL — 58 students from Nissitissit Middle School qualify for CTY Talent Search.
Nissitissit Middle School is proud that 58 seventh-graders are eligible to participate in the 2008-2009 Talent Search by Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.
To qualify, these students scored in the advanced category on the MCAS taken last spring. Those who choose to participate will receive a certificate and have the opportunity to take the SAT 1: Reasoning Test.
The SAT 1 is a test designed for college-bound high school juniors and seniors. Students will receive a report that helps them compare their performance to other academically able seventh-graders. High performances on the SAT bring recognition to the students on the regional and/or state level. Eligible students will also have the opportunity to participate in summer programs held at universities throughout the country.
The staff at Nissitissit proudly congratulates the following students:
Chloe Aiken, Morgan Amiot, Nathan Baldinelli, Oliver Beale, Elena Beauregard, Anthony Brann, Alexander Bross, Nicholas Charney, Julia Church, Lisa Clark, Keryn Coakley, Melissa Domine, Tia Donoghue, Brandon Donahoe, Kyle Edmonds, Annalise Ellars, Sean Ernst, Jacob Fitzgerald, Tyler Ferolito, Emma Friary, Matthew Hattwick, Kaitlyn Istnick, Nicholas Jonas, Amy Kearns, Jordan Keating, Katherine Koulopolous, Marissa LaFoss, Cameron Lane, Samantha Libonate, Sisi Liu, Sara Mahmoud, Alyssa Mareiro, Julia Masterson, Tyler McLaren, Daniel Monahan, Sarah Murphy, Sarah Murray, Daniel Nelson, Hannah Norum, Alysia Pearce, Adam Rothmel, Tyler Ruf, Jessica Sampson, Julie Sampson, Gabrielle Sanford, Mary Schroth, Lauren Sheehan, Jenni Sheridan, Georgia Slack, Michael Spagnolo, Abigail Sullivan, Ian Taylor, Tyler Talmer, Jesssica Thomson, Meghan Turcotte, Juliana White, Mathew White and Daniel Woodworth.