50 OFSD Students Nominated for Duke TIP

Duke Talent Identification Program
Posted on 11/12/2018

Nearly 50 Orchard Farm students qualify for this year’s Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP). Each year, Duke TIP enrolls nearly one hundred thousand new students in its talent searches. TIP's talent searches help these gifted students assess the extent of their abilities with above-level testing, recognize them for their achievements, and provide them with a variety of enrichment benefits.


Duke TIP nominees 

As a result of outstanding test performances in 2017, these Discovery Elementary fifth grade students have been identified by Duke TIP as "academically talented.” 
Tyler Bextermueller, Marin Gillespie, Caden Goessling, Sylvia Hines, Abigail McCuen, Zackary Overstreet, Emma Rhine, Lillian Runion, and Makayla Turntine.

OFE TIP NOminees

Orchard Farm Elementary nominees include Alexander Baumgartner, Lillith Craig,  Maddox Crowe, Blake Ditmeyer, Andrea Ellis, Andrew Goeke, Kaycie Hollrah, Macaulay Hoffman, Isla Loucks, Parker Nelson, Olivia Nicolay, Hadley Rearden, JaKai Robinson, Olivia Samson, Colin Sarino, Reed Statler, and Brooklyn Steinhoff.

OFMS Duke TIP nominees

Orchard Farm Middle School Duke TIP students include Dalton Grant, Rylan Steinhoff, Collin Simmons, Taylor Rudloff, Reagan LaVoi, Catherine Skaggs, Kaden Orndorff, Eliana Covey, Myles Murphy, Brendan Westley, Dylan Smith, Kayden Winscher, Alex Wineholt, Kenneth Brazill.

Duke TIP nominees OFMS

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