2018 Winners Announced for Classic Learning Test-10 Award

NAS

NEW YORK, NY, May 7, 2018  – The National Association of Scholars (NAS), together with Classic Learning Test (CLT), congratulate the 44 high school sophomores with the top results in the CLT-10 in 2018. The CLT-10 is an alternative to the PSAT for high school sophomores, and was designed to be a more accurate and rigorous measure of academic formation, accomplishment, and potential than the PSAT. Winners of the award will receive a certificate and letter of recognition, as well as a $2,500 scholarship should they enroll in a college or university that accepts the CLT as an admissions exam.

“The CLT-10 offers needed competition to the PSAT, and it tests knowledge and potential without using politically biased content,” said NAS executive director Ashley Thorne. “The questions in the reading sections are based on texts of enduring importance that are central to classical education.”

This is the second year that the CLT-10 has been offered to high school sophomores.

Thorne said, “The National Association of Scholars is pleased to recognize these students and their outstanding achievement.”

Below is the list of winners:

Brandon Bechtel
Joseph Grogan
Sophie Call
Katherine Casey
Alanna Brioli
Violeta Druga
Caroline O'Neal
Sarah Lawrence
Sydney Lawrence
Noah Campbell
XinMing Kuon
Matthew Blackburn
Katherine Harvey
Jacob Jurkoic
Lydia Parris
Timothy House
Clare Pruss
Mary Lovin
Samuel Milliken
Gwynith Hayden
Haylee Overvaag
Samuel Malmstrom
Ryan McDowell
Clarisse McKernan
Samuel Bringman
Rebecca Michaels
Anne Myler
Isaiah Ross
Dallas Crenshaw
Shane Patrick
Adelaide Clark
Ethan Lewis
Seth Pontbriand
Brinn Chiavone
Annika Dykstra
Erin Hunt
Kayleb Starnes
Mary Aumen
Sarah Ormond
Stephen Priest
Erik Anderson
Abigail Hess
Julia Uyemori
Hannah Kim

NAS is a network of scholars and citizens united by a commitment to academic freedom, disinterested scholarship, and excellence in American higher education. Membership in NAS is open to all who share a commitment to these broad principles. NAS publishes a journal and has state and regional affiliates. Visit NAS at www.nas.org.

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