Building on a history dating back to 1980, the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is committed to identifying academically talented students and to providing model programs and services to support the development of their optimal educational potential. This year, 55 Jackson Prep seventh-graders qualified for the Talent Search. These students will take the ACT during the spring semester of 2018. Shown are (from left, back) Graham Busbea, Colton Holman, Anna Blaire Bryant, Tyler Collins, Maddox Noe, Sam Stogner, Will Skipper; (fifth row) Duncan Mathews, Ash Hederman, Paul Gregg, Chase Thompson, Madeline Dyess, Lauren Johnson, Molly Tipton, Alexis Renee Heath, Elizabeth Head; (fourth row) Bella Sushenia, Tyler Reeves, Katherine Kennedy, Jordan Eduardo, Maggie McMillan, Belle Welch, Callie Knotts, Teddi Duckworth, Madison Lee; (third row) William Walker, Sammie Zoog, Bradley Carter, Jake Mathews, Reid Sushenia, Brandon Dang, Elizabeth Mitchell, Jane Anne Sumrall, Luke Habeeb; (second row) Harrison Jones, Owen Ishee, Paxton Thompson, Ford McDaniel, Anna Kate Bertolet, Chloe Reynolds, Ryleigh Wells, Kate Ferguson, Noah Mallard; (front) Will Upton, Ian Underwood, Caroline Hopkins, Trey Welch, Rachel Rutledge, Kent Stribling, Winn Crosby, Patrick McClintock, Andrew Puckett. Not pictured: Kelsey Clay, DJ Johnson, Avery Yelverton.