SECKMAN JUNIOR SCORES PERFECT 36 ON THE ACT EXAM

SECKMAN JUNIOR SCORES PERFECT 36 ON THE ACT EXAM Generate Name
Posted on 09/17/2021
Ryan Bradshaw, a junior at Seckman High School, scored a perfect 36 on the June 2021 ACT exam.

{September 17, 2021} Arnold, MO – Ryan Bradshaw, a junior at Seckman High School, scored a perfect 36 on the ACT exam in June of 2021. The ACT is a standardized test administered to students nationally that impacts not only college admissions, but financial aid for community college, university, and technical programs.

“Achieving a perfect score on this test is extremely difficult and a rare achievement,” said Dr. Tammy Cardona, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education at Fox C-6. “We’re incredibly proud of Ryan for this accomplishment.” 

Seckman High Principal Mr. Jeff Krutzsch added “Ryan is such a humble kid and a well-rounded student and athlete. Ryan’s brilliance, grit and determination will serve him well in life after high school.” 

After graduating in 2023, Ryan plans to serve a two-year mission for his church and then attend Brigham Young University to study something in the medical field. “When I found out about my score I wasn’t too excited until I told my mom and the rest of my family,” Ryan said. “My goal was to get a 34 after taking the ACT Prep class and a few practice tests. I believe that if you put your mind to it, you can reach or even exceed your goals.”

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