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High School: Council Rock North
SAT Score Improvement: 330 Points
Three-season varsity athlete and distinguished honors student Gabby Tofig knows the value of hard work. She also knows that focus is the key to success.
“A growing (but still small) body of research is finding that students with high levels of hope get better grades and graduate at higher rates than those with lower levels, and that the presence of hope in a student is a better predictor of grades and class ranking than standardized test scores.”
To better understand the role that illness, injury, and learning disabilities play in your child’s ability to recall or memorize information, it’s important to understand how the brain works.