MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (Jan. 7) - A 13-year-old Pennsylvania boy has scored a perfect 16-hundred on the S-A-T.
The standardized test is usually given to college-bound high school seniors. Lee Kennedy-Shaffer is only an eighth-grader.
He took the test in December as part of a program for gifted children at Mechanicsburg Middle School. He says he was "pretty surprised and happy" with his score.
He's not the first in his family to get a perfect score, but he's the youngest.
In June 2003 his brother Ross scored 1600 on the S-A-T as a high school junior. The oldest brother, Alan, had 1520 on the exam.
Their mother is a high school math teacher and their father is a history professor -- and the boys say doing well is expected of them.Seriously, I want to know what they feed their kids.....