Westfield High School has received notification that 9 students earned a perfect score of 800 on the SAT or SAT 2 Subject Tests taken in November and December 2012. These students and the subjects in which they received a perfect score are as follows: (l-r, front row): Mark Gillespie – Reading and Writing; Matthew Luppino – Math 2; Jill Rosenfeld – Reading and Writing; Cindy Xiao – Math and Writing; and Austin Thien – Writing; and (l-r, back row): Estelle Cervantes – French w/Listening; Alexander Beals – Math; Daniel Savickas – Math; and Sun Park – Korean w/Listening. Peter Renwick, Principal of Westfield High School, commended the students on the outstanding achievement. “It speaks volumes about your abilities and your commitment to your education,” he stated.
Westfield High School Students Earn Perfect SAT Scores
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