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Willow Springs High School student scores perfect zero on ACT

Ella Wachtel
Students have received their scores after taking the ACT. Jason Smith Williams, a student attending Willow Springs High School, was overjoyed by the score he managed to get.

Wake County students have been anxiously anticipating their ACT test scores for the past week. Many students are excited to get high scores, receive more scholarships, or get into a prestigious university.

Although many Wake County students have been happy to receive higher-than-average scores, the following student is the exception.

Jason Smith-Williams, a student at Willow Springs High School, is incredibly proud of his score, but not for the usual reason.

“I got a perfect score—a zero—a perfect zero. I prayed for this moment,” Smith-Williams explained.

The ACT is one of the essential pillars of college admissions and success in the job field after graduation.

“I don’t want a job,” aggressively exclaimed Smith-Williams. “And I’m not going to college. This is perfect for me. A one-way ticket to the chill zone.”

Even though Smith-Williams may not want to go to college or enter the job market after high school, he could be facing academic probation due to excessively poor performance in every single class.

“He got a zero percent on a 40-question true-or-false exam,” exclaimed Willow Springs High School teacher Johnny Commando. “I don’t know how someone could do so poorly and keep such a large smile on their face.”

Despite these consistently poor scores, Smith-Williams maintains a positive outlook.

“It’s easier to get a 100 percent than a zero,” claimed Smith-Williams. “I’ll stand by that statement until the day I die.”

Smith-Williams is among the worst students Wake County has seen in the past century. He is the only student ever to have a negative GPA. 

“-4.0 grade point average,” boasted Smith-Williams. “I’m extremely proud of that. My parents always wanted a 4.0 student.”

With his academics and future on the line, Smith-Williams is preparing to become a running candidate for the 2044 presidential election. 

“I have it all lined up,” explained Smith-Williams. “Until then, I’ll be taking a small vacation.”

Smith-Williams has been absent from school for over two weeks; his whereabouts are currently unknown. Police would greatly appreciate any additional information. At the moment, all we know is that you just got April Fooled!

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