Covenant High School Student Honored as National Award Recipient by the Classic Learning Test

Covenant High School Student Honored as National Award Recipient by the Classic Learning Test

Claire Mellott, Covenant High School junior, has been named a National Award Recipient for her outstanding achievement on the Classic Learning Test (CLT-10), which she took as a sophomore during the 2020-2021 school year. National Award Recipients are the fifty top-scoring high school sophomores across the country. These students are awarded a $2,500 check to help cover the cost of room and board if they attend a CLT partner college upon matriculation.

Mellott was also honored as a Distinguished Scholar for earning the highest score out of all students who took the CLT-10 at Covenant High School. Mellott as well as fellow classmate Jacob Lawty were recognized as Regional Scholars. Regional Scholars score within the top 5% in their geographic region.
The CLT is a new and popular alternative to the SAT and ACT and is accepted by over 150 colleges nationally. The CLT focuses on classic works of literature, grammar, and analytical thinking skills, with an emphasis in intellectual aptitude and achievement. With a history of intentionally preparing students for confident test-taking in high school and beyond, Covenant High School students take the CLT-10 each spring. In 2020, Covenant scored fifth in the nation on the CLT’s top 25 high school rankings.
Covenant High School serves as an official testing site for students in the community. Students interested in more information on the CLT or taking the next test may visit www.cltexam.com.
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