Top Student’s Dream Shattered: Perfect GPA Leads to Shocking Demotion and School Nightmare

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The gold star system that was once used by American students to recognize their achievements is now gone. DEI is now in charge.

Kristina Raevski, a 14-year-old girl from Queens, has an excellent attendance record. She has earned awards for debate. Kristina holds a 100 grade point average.

She has a goal in her quest for excellence. She has a dream to attend Townsend Harris High in Flushing. However, in 2024 accomplishments are not enough, identity seems to be the only thing that matters.

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Before the pandemic hit, some schools, such as Townsend Harris, had their own admissions criteria. In 2020, former Mayor Bill de Blasio introduced a lottery system that eliminated state exams, attendance, and letter grades.

CBS News summarised Bill’s generosity for 2018:

Mayor De Blasio… views “entrance tests” for Bronx Science and seven other elite high schools as a barrier to black and Hispanic students.

“The status quo is broken. We have to make a major change. We have to make sure that the very best high schools are open to every New Yorker, every kind of New Yorker. They need to look like New York City.”

Bill’s philanthropy has been updated in the past two years.

In 2022, under Mayor Adams, Chancellor David Banks lowered the top level to students who scored 94 points or more, which was welcomed by those who were fighting for high-achieving kids.

The difference between 94 & 100 is not equal. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is more than just a reduction of that difference.

Starting in 2022, students are sorted into five groups based on their grades for core subjects.

The woke admissions procedure now includes essays. Kristina, however, is not a big fan.

The subjectivity is at play in the video. “If you asked me to change the system, I would say to go back to when there were objective measurements like state tests.”

In the end, Kristina came up short.

“The lottery determined my fate. At the end of all this, I was reduced to a lottery number.”

She was dropped to the 72nd percentile of applicants, and social justice is a thing of the past.

How does NYC’s educational system treat a girl with four published books? She was accepted into the Bronx High School of Science, an institution that specializes in STEM.

Kristina’s unimpressed…

My favorite subject is the humanities. Although I like math, I prefer writing and history.

Her parents decided to take a stand against New York and sent their daughter to a private school where she would receive a scholarship. “I’m finally going to be somewhere where I feel I belong and my academic and professional skills are valued.”

Kristina is aspiring to become a United States senator. She hopes to write a book about her experiences or change the lives of others like herself.

Kristina needs to grow up fast because her help is desperately needed by New York and America.