Are you smarter than a high school student? Probably not this one. Congratulations to Sinecio M. Morales on his perfect ACT score!

Think back to when you were in high school. I know, it's a lot of years back for me.... but I can do it!

It was in the early 2000s and I had a one track mind, school. Whether it was academics, activities or my friends, school ruled the world and those academic tests really weighed heavy on all of us.

For some of us, fast forwarding a decade (or two...) and we think maybe we could've scored higher on the ACT and our entire life could be different.

But you know who couldn't possibly score any higher? The one and only Sinecio M. Morales from Auburn High School.

Sinecio scored a perfect 36 on his recent ACTs which only happens to half of 1 perfect of students who take the test each year.

Victor, Sinecio's dad, wrote me an email about how exciting this news is for he and his family so we wanted to do our best to share the news too, we love a positive story!

RPS205 is celebrating Sinecio on Facebook with the news and details on his road to achieve the National Merit Scholarship. As of September 20, he was a semifinalist.

Congrats, Sinecio! We look forward to hearing about your bright future, you better let us know where you land next!

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