SAES STUDENTS QUALIFY FOR DUKE TALENT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMThe 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.
2012-2013 SAES Students Recognized through Duke Talent Identification Program
67% – 7th Grade
69% – 4th-6th Grades
Each year students in the Lower and Middle Schools take the Stanford Achievement Test which consists of reading, mathematics, language, social science, science, spelling, listening, and thinking skills sub-tests. St. Andrew’s students score well above average according to national and private school norms. (Please see chart below.)Achievement Test Results – 5-Year Average
four-year average for 8th grade
Congratulations to SAES students on their fine academic performance and especially to the students who qualified for the Duke TIP program!