St. Joe’s students achieve academic excellence

The students include, front row, from left: Emily Leonard, Alyson Battis, Kenneth Palattao, Alex Klawitter and Jason Cafarella; second row: Jordan Ludwig, Sylvia David, Allyson Kirsch and Kalista Jager; and back row: Kylie Larson, Rob Dahlin, Bobby Hippe and Evalana Burroughs. Submitted Photo

The students include, front row, from left: Emily Leonard, Alyson Battis, Kenneth Palattao, Alex Klawitter and Jason Cafarella; second row: Jordan Ludwig, Sylvia David, Allyson Kirsch and Kalista Jager; and back row: Kylie Larson, Rob Dahlin, Bobby Hippe and Evalana Burroughs. Submitted Photo

St. Joseph’s School in Waconia is now a part of the Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS), which offers testing opportunities to students with superior academic skills.
Numerous seventh and eighth grade students at St. Joe’s have been invited by Northwestern University to take the SAT college entrance examination in January. All of these students scored above the 90th percentile on a nationally standardized academic achievement test.
School officials offer their congratulations to those students on their remarkable achievement.

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