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Bethel Park students earn top SAT scores

Students in Bethel Park School District were recognized by Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth for their high scores on last year’s SAT. High school freshman Jarrod Cingel received the Top in the Country award as the highest-scoring eighth-grader on the math test; first place in Pennsylvania as the top eighth-grader on the combined reading and math tests; first place in Pennsylvania as the top eighth-grader on the math test; and second place in Pennsylvania for eighth-graders on the reading test. High school freshmen Kevin Fleischmann , Brandon Hanson and Christian Hokaj , as well as Independence Middle School eighth-graders Aaron Coplan and Adithya Krishnachand , received High Honors Certificates for their scores.


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