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Noah '25 Honored at Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth

The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth recently honored two Friends, including Noah '25, for their exceptional performance on the SAT, ACT, or similar assessment. CTY is a non profit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced pre-college students around the world.

Dr. Virginia Roach, CTY’s Executive Director states, “In times like these, we are reminded that the world needs leaders, educators, health care providers, artists, creators, and problem solvers, and we hope you will use your talents to find success in college and your career, serve your community, and cultivate a love of learning that will last a lifetime.”

Click here to learn more about the Center for Talented Youth.

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