EDISON—The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) recently revealed the test data for seventh and eighth graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison who participated in CTY’s Talent Search, a national and international talent search used to identify, assess, and recognize outstanding academic proficiency.
To receive Distinction, students must earn scores at or above the mean of college-bound seniors. Those students are: Shareef Ibraheem of Piscataway, Joseph Alamo of Roselle Park and Zubin Mulji of Edison.
To earn High Honors, students must receive specific math and reading scores to earn the High Honors Award. Students earning High Honors include: Alexander James of Hillside, Joseph Alamo, Rida Aziz of Edison, Zubin Mulji and Shafeeq Ibraheem of Piscataway.
Christopher Hillenbrand of Mountainside took the SAT as a seventh grader and, because he earned a score of over 700 for either math or critical reading, he was accepted into the SET (Study of Exceptional Talent) at CTY.
Emily Wexler of Scotch Plains, Steven Yates of Piscataway, and Nkirote Mugambi of Edison also took the exams.
Pictured, left to right, are: (standing) Zubin, Shareef, Steven, Shafeeq, Alexander, Joseph, and (seated) Christopher, Emily, Rida and Nkirote. Photo by Michelle Daino/Wardlaw-Hartridge
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