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Conway Students Best of the Best AP Comparison Scores Conway High School 62.8% 35% 60.3% CHS Arkansas students Global students Triple Threat Three Conway Students Score Perfect Scores on ACT 529 Students 965 Tests Students who made 3+ CHS Honors 8 National Merit Scholars Eight Conway High School seniors have been named National Merit Semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Joseph R. Coker, Zelda M. Engeler-Young, Megan R. Haase, Kate M. Lange, Eric D. Pinter, Gary (Nick) Stillwell, Jillian Tang, and Kevin Trickey are 2017 National Merit Semifinalists. These eight students now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $33 million dollars. 90 percent of the semifinalists will attain finalist standing, with half of the finalists winning a merit scholarship. Superintendent Dr. Greg Murry says the district is beyond proud of these outstanding students. “Conway Public Schools continues to produce a significant number of National Merit Scholars,” says Murry. “The accomplishments of these students stand as a testament to their personal determination and the great work that all of our teachers and staff do every day in our classrooms.” 951 480 1136 Gifted & Taletned Limited English Proficient Special Education District Demographic Profile 28.2% 58% 9.8% Making a perfect ‘36’ on the ACT College Admissions Test is statistically improbable. Out of the almost 2 million students who take the test every year, less than 1,000 make a perfect score. But three Conway students did just that in the 2015-16 school year. Senior Matt Sweere, and Juniors Megan Haase, and Jillian Tang all scored ‘36’ on the ACT. All of them agree that preparation was key, not just right before the exam, but throughout high school. “I felt pretty confident coming out of it,” says Tang, who has taken 17 Advanced Placement Classes at Conway High School. “I felt like I was wellprepared for the test, so I wasn’t stressed about it.” Tang says she took the PSAT Prep Course offered at Conway High School over the summer, which helped her with test-taking techniques and vocabulary. But she says most of her preparation has been long term, taking the college-level AP classes and maximizing her time in high school. 1.49% 28.22% 9.81% 0.22% 2.2% 58.01% Asian African American Hispanic or Latino Native American/Alaskan Native Two or More Races Caucasian ACT Comparison Scores 21.4 Conway Public Schools District Average 20.1 Arkansas State Average 20.8 National Average 0.05% Hawaii/Pacific Islander 4 5

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