Pictured front row, left to right: Sydney Rester, Lauren Bial, Isabelle Teta, Eleanor Berry, Emmie Stevens, Ana Riser; back row, left to right: Stephanie Beam, Noah Langendoen, Molly Samonds, Elly Purdon, Cooper Crawley, Andrew Henderson, Downing Koestler, Addie Grafton. Not pictured: Alex Mobley, Felicity O'Reilly, Adele Johnson, Aki Selavo, Emma Teng, Trey Lane, Jaden Woolworth.
Oxford, Mississippi (February 28, 2019) — Fifteen German students at Oxford High School placed above the 70th percentile on three levels of the National German Exam given earlier this winter. The National German Exam is administered each year to nearly 26,000 high school students of German. Exam results provide teachers a means of comparing students in all regions of the country, as well as programmatic data to help inform curricular decisions. German is taught by Stephanie Beam at Oxford High School.
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