A graduate of St. Joseph High School is basking in the educational spotlight after receiving some "perfect" news. 18-year old Stephen Brennan earned a five out of five on his Advanced Placement calculus exam last spring, if that wasn't impressive enough, Brennan scored a perfect 108 out of 108 possible points, making him one of only 17-students to do so worldwide. Brennan is now enrolled at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, he tells the "Herald-Palladium" the news is "humbling and it was more of a shock that I was lucky enough to do it." At Case, Brennan is studying computer science but hasn't decided on a career choice.
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