Five Keller ISD Students Receive Duke Tip Honors
Five students in Keller ISD have been identified by the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) as 2018-19 honorees.
This is a result of their high scores on the PSAT 8/9 in January or February 2019, which landed them in the top 10 percent of all PSAT 8/9 test-takers in the country this year, including ninth graders. Congratulations to the following students:
Hansika Bandi, Bear Creek Intermediate
Hunter Hoinkes, Trinity Meadows Intermediate
Matthew Martin, Timberview Middle
Daniel Milmo, Parkwood Hill Intermediate
Leah Nuyda, Bear Creek Intermediate
Duke TIP is a nonprofit organization that has served over 2.9 million academically talented students in grades 4–12 since it was founded in 1980. Collaborating with educators and parents, TIP helps gifted students assess the extent of their academic abilities with above-grade-level testing, recognizes them for their achievements, and provides them with a variety of enrichment benefits as well as accelerated face-to-face and online educational programs. In addition, TIP is constantly conducting research into the educational, emotional, and social factors impacting the lives of gifted children, then sharing this research and related advice with our program staff, educators, parents, and the greater gifted community.