Junior Leo Congeni Scores a 36 on the ACT®

Posted January 23, 2024 / Last updated February 6, 2024

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Junior Leo Congeni, earned a superscore of 36 on the ACT®, a national standardized measure of college readiness. Congeni is an alumnus of Stuart Hall and is the son of Leo and Jane Congeni.

Congeni is a member of the National Honor Society and the tennis team. He has made significant contributions to the tennis team, playing doubles and helping secure the team’s district and regional titles, helping to secure Jesuit’s state runner-up title.

Congeni, an active member of St. Francis of Assisi parish, has been involved with his community by volunteering with Smash Cancer to help raise money and awareness for StandUp to Cancer through community tennis events.

Although only a junior at Jesuit, Congeni is planning to pursue a business major.

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 whereas a student’s superscore, a measure introduced in 2016, accounts for the highest score from each subtest from two different testing dates.

Above all, Jesuit relentlessly pursues God’s greater glory. While students’ academic accolades reflect the school’s mission, they are not the mission itself. They instead signify that Blue Jays are becoming the men that they were made to be: men of faith and men for others.

Alongside celebrating students who attain these academic accomplishments, Jesuit also highlights graduating seniors who are named winners of highly selective merit-based national scholarship competitions. Click here to read about more of these students.