Miller students selected for prestigious Blank Summer Institute at University of Iowa

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These students pictured from Miller Middle School have been selected for the prestigious Blank Summer Institute for the Arts & Sciences held at the University of Iowa. Pictured from left, are Zoe Johnson, Erin Stanley, Alivia Eaton, Lilly Duff, Jacob Swartz, Marcus Barker and Jesse DeMeyer.

Seven Miller Middle School students were selected to attend the Blank Summer Institute for the Arts & Sciences, a one-week residential summer program held at the University of Iowa.

Selected from Miller Middle School were Zoe Johnson (Creative Writing), Erin Stanley (Global & Cultural Studies), Alivia Eaton (Math Problem Solving), Lilly Duff (Social Studies), Jacob Swartz (Advanced Science), Marcus Barker (Innovation & Invention) and Jesse DeMeyer (Performing Arts).

Approximately 120 of Iowa’s gifted students attend the highly selective and prestigious institute. The institute provides exceptionally talented students with an intensive and advanced educational experience designed to enhance their intellectual and social growth.

 

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One Response to Miller students selected for prestigious Blank Summer Institute at University of Iowa

  1. Robin says:

    How are kids chosen for things like this? So many students including my daughter get straight A’S and are never chosen for nothing

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