During his junior year he was chosen to take the PSAT, being in the top 100 of the class. He PSAT score was high enough to place him in the national merit scholar program. To become a finalist, semifinalists enter their SAT scores, turn in commendations from their high school and show their academic and extra-curricular commitment to school. Should Morgan advance to the finals, he will be awarded scholarship money to attend the school of his choosing.
In elementary school, Morgan was taking middle school level classes. By the time Morgan reached Jr. High, his teachers decided to promote him half way through 7th grade to the 9th grade level. Skipping about two years worth of schooling, Morgan is the youngest senior at CMHS at the age of 15. Matt can be seen around our campus running with Cross Country, in various AP classes, and managing our school online newspaper.
Morgan plans to go to Cal Tech, one of the most prestigious schools in the entire United States.
By The Equestrian Staff