10 Dallas ISD Magnet School Students Bound for Elite Universities


Ten Dallas ISD seniors are heading to elite or Ivy League universities next year.

The Science and Engineering Magnet High School said it’s unprecedented to have 10 students accepted this early, WFAA reported. The senior class has 106 students.

The students will be attending Harvard University, The University of Pennsylvania, and Cal Tech University among others. The magnet school typically has three students accepted to elite or Ivy League schools.

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