Cambridge Students Score 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in the Nation on the First Classical Learning Test Administered

Jacob GoodwilerAwards, News

Congratulations to rising 11th graders Haley Hom, Wesley Witsken and Lucas Settergren for scoring 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the nation, respectively, on the Classical Learning Test. Additionally, Haley won a $1000 scholarship and Wesley won a $500 scholarship for this honor!

10th Grade Student at The Cambridge SchoolThe CLT is a new college entrance exam that was developed to reflect the body of work that students from classical schools experience, and as an alternative exam to the SAT and ACT. These students proudly participated in the inaugural administration of this exam on June 11, and all scored above the 95th percentile. The Association of Classical and Christian Schools (of which Cambridge is a member) recently endorsed the CLT. While currently accepted by a handful of colleges, the CLT is growing and you can expect to hear more about it over the next few years. Cambridge is proud to be on the leading edge of classical schools participating in and endorsing this new exam.

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