Ani Chowdhury earns region’s top score on ACS chemistry exam
(Freeland, PA – May 13, 2015) – MMI Preparatory School sophomore Ani Chowdhury recently recorded the region’s highest score on the Susquehanna Valley Section of the American Chemical Society’s annual chemistry exam.
Chowdhury, the son of Bhaskar and Saumitri Chowdhury of Hazle Township, took the test last month at Bloomsburg University. He earned the top score in Exam A, which is given to students currently enrolled in their first year of chemistry. Chowdhury received an award alongside his teacher, Todd Ronco, during the Susquehanna Valley Section’s annual awards banquet at Bloomsburg University.
The Susquehanna Valley Section of the American Chemical Society sponsors the competitive high school chemistry examinations, which also includes a test for those in AP chemistry, to recognize and reward outstanding high school chemistry students in its area of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
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For over 130 years, MMI Preparatory School has been providing dedicated area students with a comprehensive and inspiring 6th through 12th grade college preparatory program that maximizes each individual’s academic, social and character potential in preparation for success in college and beyond. The school is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS). MMI is a school where every student can reach their full potential: academically, ethically and socially. For more information about MMI Preparatory School, visit www.mmiprep.org or call 570-636-1108.
CAPTION: MMI Preparatory School sophomore Ani Chowdhury, left, recently recorded the region’s highest score on the Susquehanna Valley Section of the American Chemical Society’s annual chemistry exam. Pictured presenting him a certificate of achievement is MMI Science instructor Todd Ronco.