Although I juggled a lot of activities in high school, I believe it was my commitment to IMACS from fifth grade in combination with my involvement in athletics and community service that helped me earn a Dean’s Achievement Scholarship at Emory (2/3 tuition paid for all four years).
The IMACS Path to Success
Brett Orvieto from IMACS to an $80,000 Dean’s Achievement Scholarship to Emory University!
Throughout a busy middle school and high school career that included playing saxophone in the band and varsity basketball and soccer, Brett Orvieto found two hours each week to study the IMACS University-Level Logic for Mathematics Curriculum.
As a junior, he scored a perfect 800 on the SAT in mathematics. In his senior year Brett accepted the Miami Herald Silver Knights Award for Mathematics, and was one of 12 male athletes in the state of Florida to be chosen for the Academic All-State Team.
He also accepted an $80,000 Dean’s Achievement Scholarship to Emory University.
Brett had the IMACS advantage!
He chose Emory.
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