Submitted by Glenbrook to the Minden Press-Herald for publication.
The September results for the American College Testing (ACT) have been released. Eden Hughes, daughter of Bethany Tubbs, and a ninth-grade student at Glenbrook School., is very much pleased with her results — a 30 composite score. Her individual scores are Math 26, Science 25, English 34, and Reading 33 (earning the Composite of 30). The staff and the administration of Glenbrook School are extremely proud of her academic accomplishment. Her respective teachers are looking forward to challenging her during the remaining years of her high school.
Eden is actively engaged in high school “life”: a member of the Lady Apache softball and basketball teams, a member of the FBLA, the Art, and the Book Clubs. She represents the Apaches in the Literary Rally competitions, placing at both the District and the State levels.
Eden stated, “I enjoy reading historical fiction and solving the complexity of various mathematical problems. Also, I enjoy attending the various shows and the theatrical performances in Branson, MO. I take pleasure in engaging in activities with my younger brother and sister. Family is important to me.”
Eden is a very much determined young lady; she aspires to earn her undergraduate degree, graduate law school, and pursue a career as a tax lawyer.