Logansport High School’s Kyle Deas Scores 35 on ACT

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Many of us have taken the American College Testing or ACT during our senior year of high school, and were happy when we scored in the mid 20’s. Those scores are in the average percentile nationwide, and are nothing to be ashamed of. If the mid 20’s are good scores, what would be an amazing ACT score? It seems that if you score 34 or higher you are in the 99th percentile, and are in the 1% of testers. When you get to a 33 score and above you are in Ivy League and competitive college territory.

With 36% being the highest, in addition to being the rarest score of all, a Logansport High School student came just a few points under this achievement with an amazing 35%! Kyle Deas had aspirations of scoring the illusive 36, and was slightly disappointed when he scored 35. Family, friends, and educators marveled at his magnificent score, but Kyle always has strived for perfection. The score is so extraordinary that Kyle is the first student known on record to have scored a 35 in the DeSoto Parish school system.

The character of this remarkable young man was formed by loving family members that gave him nothing but support and encouragement his entire life. His parents are father and step-mother, Chad and Melinda Deas; mother and step-father Monica and Rodger Cason; paternal grandparents Larry and Wanda Deas and maternal grandparents Lisa Deutsch and Michael Deutsch; step-grandparents Steve and Shelia Rogers and Roger Cason, Sr. Kyle is also blessed with a loving maternal greatgrandmother Margaret McBride. His siblings and a large extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins make up his tremendous support group.

 

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