Bay Village student gets perfect ACT score

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio (WOIO) – A Cuyahoga County student has achieved a feat that less than 1% of students taking the ACT achieve: getting a perfect score.

Her name is Annabella Mayer, a student at Bay Village High School.

The school district said that in addition to earning a composite score of 36, Mayer plays volleyball and competes in track and field for the Rockets, plays cello in the Bay High School orchestra, is involved in school musicals and is active at Bay High. Club key.

Mayer leads many school clubs and teams, including the Key Club, Student Council, Bay Student Boosters, Bay Village Education Foundation, National Honor Society, and Model UN.

She also volunteers outside of school for the Second Harvest Food Bank in Lorain County and works at the Bay Aquatic Center during the summer.

The Bay Village City School District said she plans to major in biology or neuroscience in pursuit of a pre-medical path to becoming a pediatrician.

Mayer is still working to downsize a university.

“I want to thank all of my amazing teachers, especially Ms. Heather Fanter,” Mayer said. “I couldn’t have gotten this score without his college prep course!”

Annabelle Mayer(Bay Village City School District)

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