Jasper High students earn high ACT scores

Posted 4/27/19

Three Jasper High School students were named part of the school's ACT 30+ Club at the Jasper City Board of Education meeting Monday. From left to right, Colton Hall, Ivey-Elise Ivey and Dayton Talley have all earned a 30 or higher on the ACT. The highest score a student can receive is a 36. High ACT scores can help students earn full ride scholarships to colleges and universities. Over 20 Jasper High students have earned ACT scores of 30 or greater.

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Jasper High students earn high ACT scores

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Three Jasper High School students were named part of the school's ACT 30+ Club at the Jasper City Board of Education meeting Monday. From left to right, Colton Hall, Ivey-Elise Ivey and Dayton Talley have all earned a 30 or higher on the ACT. The highest score a student can receive is a 36. High ACT scores can help students earn full ride scholarships to colleges and universities. Over 20 Jasper High students have earned ACT scores of 30 or greater.