Zaman Timmons, left, and Ethan Rivers, fifth-graders at Montlieu Academy of Technology in High Point , participate in a math class for intellectually gifted students Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. Montlieu is a 95 percent minority and 98 percent free and reduced lunch school yet places a high percentage of students in its gifted program.
Zaman Timmons, left, and Ethan Rivers, fifth-graders at Montlieu Academy of Technology in High Point , participate in a math class for intellectually gifted students Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. Montlieu is a 95 percent minority and 98 percent free and reduced lunch school yet places a high percentage of students in its gifted program. Travis Long Travis Long
Zaman Timmons, left, and Ethan Rivers, fifth-graders at Montlieu Academy of Technology in High Point , participate in a math class for intellectually gifted students Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. Montlieu is a 95 percent minority and 98 percent free and reduced lunch school yet places a high percentage of students in its gifted program. Travis Long Travis Long

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