An Oswego East High School Senior earned a perfect 36 composite score on the ACT exam which district officials in Oswego SD308 say is a first in school history.
After graduation, Oswego East High School Senior Christine Corpuz will be attending Johns Hopkins University, where she recently committed to play NCAA DIII Women's Basketball.
The ACT is a national college entrance exam that consists of questions in the subjects of English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. Princeton review cites the current national average ACT score as 21. Less than two-tenths of 1 percent of ACT test takers earn a perfect score.
Corpuz took the ACT exam for a second time over the summer between her Junior and Senior year of high school and came out with a perfect score. She plans to major in Biology or Neuroscience on a pre-med track, with a future career goal of becoming an orthopedic or sports medicine physician.
Corpuz has a 4.7 GPA at Oswego East, and has played basketball her entire high school career. She has also been part of Girls Who Code, Key Club, Asian Student Association, National Honor Society, Honor Societies for Math, Science, and Spanish, and also is a leader for Freshman Seminar.