- Achieving a perfect score on the ACT college entrance
exam is a feat that less than one-tenth of one percent
of American students achieve annually.
it's highly unlikely that two students from the same
high school would score a perfect 36 on the exam. But,
that's just what happened to Hudson High School juniors
Brandon Bagley and Parker Holum. They both thought they
did pretty well on the ACT test. Then they learned
recently they reached the pinnacle.
outlet reports Holum plans to visit Yale, Princeton and
Stanford with his eye on becoming a biomedical engineer
or doctor. Bagley's parents are engineers, so he says
he'll likely follow that course at the University of
Minnesota or University of Wisconsin.
says he celebrated with a trip to Chipotle where his dad
let him add guacamole to his order.