St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School seventh grader, Henry Adame, the grandson of Martha Adame of Brady, recently qualified for state level in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).’ The talent search identifies academically talented seventh graders based on standardized test scores achieved while attending elementary or middle school. Candidates are identified and invited to complete either the SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT Assessment college entrance examination. Duke TIP then provides the participants with comparative information concerning their academic abilities and resources for unique educational opportunities. Henry earned SAT scores in critical reading, math and writing that many high school seniors would envy. His score of 570 in critical reading was 71 percent higher than last year’s group of college-bound seniors nationally and 76 percent higher than seniors statewide. His high scores in math and writing helped Henry secure his state recognition. He will be honored at a recognition ceremony May 30 at UNT. “St. Elizabeth School is very proud of Henry for this outstanding accomplishment and recognition,” said a spokesperson. Henry is also the son of Robert and Deborah Adame of Grand Prairie and the nephew of Veronica Mireles, also of Brady.