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Six Seniors Named College Board Program Scholars

Six Seniors Named College Board Program Scholars
Posted on 11/10/2020
This is the image for the news article titled Six Seniors Named College Board Program ScholarsThe College Board National Recognition Program recognized six Longwood High School seniors as College Board National Recognition Program (CPBRP) Scholars for their remarkable academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT. 
 
Students who score in the top 2.5% of the PSAT/NMSQT and identify as African American, Hispanic American or Latino, Indigenous, or attend school in a rural or small town are eligible to receive this recognition.

Congratulations to Rural and Small Town Scholars Connor Doyle, Robert Lennon, Gavin Stumpf, Emily White, and African American Scholars Joshua Archibald and Kayla Myers.

“You have put in the effort, and your future is bright,” stated David Coleman, CEO, The College Board. “This recognition will help colleges see the potential and power of your curiously and your commitment to learning.”

The CPBRP creates college pathways for students by awarding them academic honors and connecting them with universities. The CPBRP grant students’ academic honors that can be used on college applications. 

College Board Signing

Congratulations to seniors (front row): Robert Lennon, Emily White, Gavin Stumpf, Kayla Myers, Connor Doyle, and Joshua Archibald.
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