Juniors Tom Levy and Dominic Stoner Earn 36 on ACT

Posted December 18, 2018 / Last updated January 8, 2019

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Juniors Tom Levy and Dominic Stoner, who earned top scores, participate in student life at Jesuit through the varsity tennis team and the Blue Jay Band, among other involvements.

Tom Levy and Dominic Stoner, two members of the Class of 2020, earned the highest possible composite score of 36 when they took the ACT® test this semester. Since 2013, there have been 20 Blue Jays to earn the top score on the ACT. 

Tom Levy, who attended Stuart Hall before moving to Jesuit, is the son of Colleen and Scott Levy. At Jesuit, Levy is a member of the varsity tennis team and participates in Mu Alpha Theta and the National Honor Society. Levy has also expressed an interest in finance as a possible career path.

Dominic Stoner is the son of Jill and Jim Stoner. He attended St. Rosalie and Christian Brothers before attending Jesuit. He plays the flute in the Blue Jay Band and is a member of the Sodality. He also particpates in Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, and the philosophy club, and tutors underclassmen in the Academic Support Program. Outside Jesuit, he is an altar server at St. Rosalie and participates in Boy Scouts. 

The ACT consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading, and science, each scored on a scale of 1-36. A student’s composite score is the average of the four test scores.  On average, only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score.