St. Louis (KSDK) -- A 16-year-old Lindbergh High School student received a perfect ACT score.
While checking her score on the ACT website, senior Tiffany Lee, found out she had received a score of 36 on the college entrance exam.
Lee is a superior student, involved in numerous actives. She is enrolled in Lindbergh's Exceptionally Gifted Students Program.
Lee is also an active member in the National Honor Society, Science Olympiad and DECA club. She is also the founder of the LHS UNICEF Club. On top of clubs, she even sits at the top of her clarinet section during marching season.
The high school student plans on studying research medicine after high school and is currently still deciding on a University.
According to the ACT website, less than one-tenth of one- percent of students that take the ACT receive a top score.