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Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP)

 

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Five Humble ISD students who participated in the Duke University Talent Identification Program scored higher than 90 percent of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the ACT or SAT, qualifying them for “grand recognition.” These seventh graders from four middle schools were recognized at a reception at the Humble ISD Administration Building. From left: Donnie Bodron, Principal of Riverwood Middle School, Thomas Neuman from RMS; Amalie Staples from CMS, Walt Winicki, Principal of Creekwood Middle School and Daniel Alexander from CMS; Harleigh Jones, Coordinator of Advanced Academics; Muhammad Javaid from KMS; Kimberly Bae from TMS and Dedri Taylor, Assistant Principal of Timberwood Middle School.