Two Blue Jay Seniors, Sean Stephens and Zhen Huang, Post Perfect ACT Scores

Posted February 3, 2014 / Last updated February 11, 2014

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Perfection! Jesuit seniors Sean Stephens and Zhen “Jim” Huang posted perfect scores of 36 on the ACT tests they took last year. The exam is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions. Stephens took four tries to get a 36. Huang did it on his second attempt.

Seniors Zhen "Jim" Huang and Sean Stephens

Seniors Zhen “Jim” Huang and Sean Stephens

Stephens, who ran cross country for the Blue Jays, is the son of Robert and Tangie Stephens. He attended Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Kenner and Christian Brothers in City Park before moving to Jesuit. Stephens lives in Metairie and hopes to attend M.I.T. He plans to study computer engineering.

Huang, who is a member of the Quiz Bowl and Debate teams, is the son of Zhuo Huang and Bing Li. He attended grammar school at Immaculate Conception in Marrero. Huang is a Harvey resident who moved from China to the United States when he was two years old. The nationally-recognized debater hopes to attend Yale in the fall and study law or medicine.

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