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DMS students chosen for TIP

Twenty-nine seventh graders from Demopolis Middle School were selected to participate in the 2014-15 Duke University Talent Identification Program. Pictured are, first row from left to right, Caroline Webb, Timothy Grayson, Larson Jackson, Janasha Mack, Ashanti Bell, Ariel Williams and Melodie Hall. Second row, from left to right, Savannah Williams, Rhyanna Waldrop, Kelsei Elmore, Taylor Langley, Kyla Wheeler, Joseph Barnes, Maggie Strickland and Jose Wilson.  Third row, from left to right, Abbie Cornett, Owen Pruett, Graham Parker, Lane Braden Burbage, Michael Osmer, Robert McGilberry, Isabell Ellis, Zainab Mohammed, Benjamin Ogden and Zanadia Wright. Not pictured are Alexandria Abrams, Christopher Miles, Caroline Williams and Jackson Willoughby. (Courtesy Photo)

Twenty-nine seventh graders from Demopolis Middle School were selected to participate in the 2014-15 Duke University Talent Identification Program. Pictured are, first row from left to right, Caroline Webb, Timothy Grayson, Larson Jackson, Janasha Mack, Ashanti Bell, Ariel Williams and Melodie Hall. Second row, from left to right, Savannah Williams, Rhyanna Waldrop, Kelsei Elmore, Taylor Langley, Kyla Wheeler, Joseph Barnes, Maggie Strickland and Jose Wilson. Third row, from left to right, Abbie Cornett, Owen Pruett, Graham Parker, Lane Braden Burbage, Michael Osmer, Robert McGilberry, Isabell Ellis, Zainab Mohammed, Benjamin Ogden and Zanadia Wright. Not pictured are Alexandria Abrams, Christopher Miles, Caroline Williams and Jackson Willoughby. (Courtesy Photo)

Twenty-nine seventh graders from Demopolis Middle School were selected to participate in the 2014-15 Duke University Talent Identification Program. To take part in the program, students must have scored in the 95th percentile or higher on the Aspire Reading, English, Science, or Math test as a sixth grader.