Two Juniors Earn Perfect ACT Score

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Bay Port High School juniors William Schlueter and Cara Wreen achieved the rare honor of a perfect score of 36 on the recent ACT exams. 

Bay Port High School juniors William Schlueter and Cara Wreen achieved the rare honor of a perfect score of 36 on the recent ACT exams. 

To put into perspective, according to ACT data, a total of 5,579 students nationwide recorded perfect scores in 2020. A total of 1,607,497 students took the exam, meaning fewer than one-half of one percent of test takers finished with a 36. The national average for the exam is 20.6. The 36 composite score does not necessarily mean the student answered every question correctly. The score represents a combination of the math, reading, science, and English scores. 

William Schlueter and Cara Wreen

William Schlueter is the son of Dr. Ellen Neuhaus and Dr. Thomas Schlueter. In addition to his academic success at Bay Port, Schlueter participates as a member of the Bay Port soccer and tennis teams. He is also in the chess club and chemistry club and serves as a teacher’s aide in chemistry at Bay Port.

Cara Wreen is the daughter of Dr. Hye-Kyung Kim and Dr. Michael Wreen. She performed viola at Carnegie Hall in February 2022 as a member of the High School Performance Honors Series. Wreen also serves as one of two student representatives to the Howard-Suamico School District Board of Education.