Top students celebrated for academic excellence by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

BALTIMOR  — Suhaan Mobhani from Mumbai has been honored as one of the brightest
students in the world by the The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth.
Suhaan, a student at Aditya Birla World Academy School, was honored for an exceptional performance on
the SAT, ACT, School and College Ability Test, or similar assessment taken as part of the CTY Talent
Search. CTY uses above-grade-level testing to identify advanced students from around the world and provide
a clear picture of their academic abilities.
Suhaan was one of nearly 19,000 students from 84 countries who joined CTY in the 2020-21 Talent Search
year. Less than 28 percent of those participants qualified for the CTY ceremony, receiving either high or
grand honors based on their test scores.
Dr. Virginia Roach, CTY’s executive director, congratulated honorees for earning top scores on their test.
“Your results place you at the top of the top, and that is a great accomplishment,” Roach said, while adding
that CTY’s Talent Search isn’t just about achievement—“It’s about promise.”
Honorees also qualified for CTY’s Online and On-Campus Summer Programs. CTY offers more than 250
online courses for advanced students in subjects including mathematics, computer programming, chemistry,
physics, reading, and writing. There are more than 15,500 enrollments in CTY Online Programs courses each

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