Young Achiever: Yiming Wang
School: Senior at Mt. Lebanon High School
Family: Father Bing Wang, mother Fang Li and brother, James Wang, 13
Noteworthy: Yiming achieved a perfect score on the ACT college readiness assessment test. She also was a national merit semifinalist, based on her PSAT score.
Hobbies/Interests: Plays violin in the Mt. Lebanon String Orchestra; participates in Model United Nations.
Quote: On her ACT score, “I was pretty surprised, because I prepared more for the SAT” exam.
— Kim Leonard
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