Two MHS Students Earn Perfect ACT Score
A pair of Mariemont High School juniors, Grace Bohl and Jonathan Cooper, have achieved the incredibly rare feat of scoring a perfect 36 on the ACT.
The data shows that nearly two million students take the ACT each year across the United States. Of those two million, an average of just 2,500, or .19%, earn a perfect score. Mariemont High School has had just one other student record a perfect 36 in the past 20 years.
Bohl and Cooper were both honored with the Superintendent’s Showcase award at the February Board of Education meeting on Feb. 10.