SAES STUDENTS QUALIFY FOR DUKE TALENT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented youth. Students in 7th Grade may qualify based on their 6th Grade Stanford Achievement Test results. Students in 4th-6th Grades may qualify based on their 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade test results. Students, who score 95% or above in qualifying sub-tests, are eligible to participate in the Duke Talent Identification Program. For information about the Duke TIP, please visit http://www.tip.duke.edu.
- 74% of the SAES Class of 2017 were recognized through the Duke University Talent Identification Program State Recognition
- 73% of the SAES Class of 2015 were recognized through the Duke University Talent Identification Program State Recognition
SAES Students are named National Merit Semifinalists
- 25% of the Class of 2012 were named National Merit Semifinalists
SAES Students in Grades 3-8 are assessed annually through achievement testing published by ERB (Educational Records Bureau).
- The Class of 2016, taking the CTP4 standardized test (published by ERB) for the very first time, outperformed 92% of their national peers in reading comprehension and 89% of their national peers in mathematics.