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Seventy-two Middle School Students Accepted into Duke Talent Identification Program
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Seventy-two Middle School students qualified for Duke Talent Identification Programs (TIP) by scoring above the 95th percentile on a grade-level standardized test. With this achievement, these students are eligible to participate in enrichment programs offered by Duke TIP for academically gifted students nation-wide. 

Students who qualified for the Duke Talent Search by achieving above the 95th percentile in their grade-level standardized test include:

5th grade (14 total): Elizabeth Alford, Madeleine Smith, My-Linh Holmes, Chloe Shannon, Lily Tran, Marley Price, Sophie Uhlig, Meredith Eddins, Olivia Hainkel, Arabella Lara, Ellie Brennan, Colette English, Meredith Mills and Ardenne Kijko.

6th grade (33 total): Avery Alig, Jessie Bialous, Caroline Boyd, Caitlin Brennan, Rene Charles, Avery Cheathma, Kate Cummings, Camil Rose Curran, Eileen Dugan, Jane Farnsworth, Audrey Finch, Sophia Gomez, Ava Guillory, Ellie Habetz, Sally Irwin, Charlotte Johnston, Callie Langhetee, Lucy Mason, Cate McCammon, Quinn McConville, Nandita Menon, Shayde Randolph, Lucy Rhodes, Lily Rosenstein, Gisele Saborio, Elodie Scafidel, McLaine Schlosser, Sofia Sercovich, Libby Stassi, Amelia Stein, Abigail Truxillo, Sophia Uddo and Leah Varisco.

7th grade (25 total): Ainsley Albright, Katherine Alford, Charlotte Bush, Maddie Do, Marguerite Doucet, Livy Eastman, Marigny Gill, Bradlee Gross, My Anh Holmes, Kai Jones, Lindsay Kane, Phoebe Kleehammer, Bayona Lara, Megan Levy, Pilar Magnotta, Fiona May, Willow May, Claire Moriarty, Emery Nolan, Callie Parenton, Taylor Robert, Remi Robinson, Piper Rubin, Colette Shannon, Thomas, Rosalie