The Santa Rosa County School Board honored 39 seventh-grade students Thursday, June 10, for achieving state recognition in the 2016 Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP).
The program invites academically qualified seventh-grade students to take the ACT or SAT college examination. Students that score at or above the national average for recent high-school graduates on at least one section of either test receive the state recognition.
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TIP award recipients pose with Superintendent Tim Wryosdick, School Board Chairwoman Jennifer Granse during the June 10 School Board meeting. The Gulf Breeze state recognition recipients were Devin Broadhurst, Steven Decesare, Stephen Duggan, James Gast, Audrey Gordon, Aris Graber, Maria Gruszczynski, Claudia Laux, Maren Mackey, Nathan Mackey, Peyton Redmyer and Maggie Sado. Owen Ides and Maxanthony Mateer received the grand recognition.
Holley-Navarre Middle School TIP award recipients pose with School Board Chairwoman Jennifer Granse and Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick. Lauren Bautista, Olivia Coleman, Katherine Fey and Angelia Morris received the state recognition for their scores.