WESTFIELD, NJ — Twenty-two Westfield High School achieved perfect scores in June on the SAT standardized test, the school district announced Tuesday. The SAT is widely used for college admission criteria. 

The high scorers included (l-r, first row) Amy Liang – Math 2; Eloise Hendricks – Reading and Writing; Sidharth Eleswarapu – Math 2; Felicia Mermer – Math 2; Albert Chen – US History; and Helen Sparrow – Math 2; (second row) Olivia Hamilton – Math 2; Alistair Kapadia – Math 2; Anthony Pericolo – Math 2; Nova Qi – Reading; and Ryan Soldati – Reading; (third row) Soo Min Chung – Math 2; Nicholas Youssef – Math 2; Alan Fang – Math 2; Jack Fico – Writing; Julia Frontero – Chemistry; and Cameron Bremer – Math 2. 

Missing from the photo are:  Andrew Zhou – Chemistry; William Harmer – US History and World History; Kevin Palmer – Math; Jacob Ritter – Writing; and Pavel Stepaniouk - Math. 

“I would like to commend you for this outstanding achievement,” WHS Principal Peter Renwick told the students. “It speaks volumes about your abilities and your commitment to your education.”