Massachusetts public high school students become eligible for the scholarship when they score at the Advanced and Proficient levels on grade 10 MCAS tests in English and Mathematics. (A student must earn a score of Advanced on the ELA or Mathematics test and a score of Proficient or higher on the second test). In addition, students must have combined scores from the MCAS tests that place them in the top 25% of students in the graduating class in their district.
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