College Station High School senior Woody Wang and A&M Consolidated High School senior Erika Salzman both scored a perfect 2,400 on the SAT exam, while CSHS senior Rohen Sukkawala and AMCHS senior Raymond Tjhia earned the highest possible score of 36 on the ACT exam.
Wang and Salzman are two of only 583 college-bound seniors to earn a perfect score on the SAT this past year. Approximately 1.7 million students take the SAT each year.
Sukkawala and Tjhia were two of 1,598 students to score a 36 on the ACT exam out of 1.92 million exam takers in the class of 2015.
Wang is an all-state orchestra member, the CSHS Senior Class President, and was named a National Merit Commended Scholar.
Salzman is a National Merit Semifinalist, is involved in robotics, the Science Olympiad, is a SkillsUSA national qualifier and Leo Club President. She researches at Texas A&M University in Materials Science and Engineering and is a Biology tutor for AMCHS ninth-graders.
Sukkawala is a member of the CSHS tennis team, MC^2 mentoring organization, and is a National Merit Semifinalist.
Tjhia is a National Merit Commended student, plays soccer, is a member of HOSA, and is a member of the National Honor Society also an NHS member.
CSISD has recently had three other students earn the highest possible score on the ACT, including Shilpa Saravanan (AMCHS) and Jiatao Liang (CSHS) in 2014 and Bryan Conlee (AMCHS) in 2013.