ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter Public School announced that nine students were awarded John and Abigail Adams scholarship.
Recipients can attend any Massachusetts state school tuition-free. Audrey Aka, Jacob Bristol, Olivia Case, Jonathan Harford, Elizabeth Laurin, Caitlin Moriarty, Michael Perkins, Maximilian Poirot and Shelby Reynolds all received this award.
In order for a student to qualify they must score at advanced and proficient levels on their grade 10 Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System English language arts and mathematics tests. Additionally their combined ELA and math scores must place them in the top 25 percent of their classmates within the district. The waiver is good for up to eight semesters of undergraduate education and does not expire until 6 years after the student's graduation date.
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