Max Kroft, a junior at Homestead High School in Mequon, Wis. scored a perfect score of 36 on the ACT college entrance exam in March.
Nationally, one-tenth of one percent of all students earn the top score on the standardized exam. The ACT tests the four areas of English, reading, math, and science.
“We are so proud of Max and this rare achievement,” said Principal Brett Bowers.
“Max has a well-deserved reputation at Homestead for being a dedicated, serious student who challenges himself academically. Without a doubt, his years of hard work and scholarship have led him to this special accomplishment.”
Max is a member of the Homestead track and math teams, and is enrolled in several advanced placement courses.
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