FLS Student Recognized by Duke University

FLS student David Bork was recently recognized by Duke University’s Talent Identification Program.









The Duke University Talent Identification Program is a nonprofit organization that supports academically talented students in grades four through twelve.  Through above-grade-level testing, enrichment resources, year-round learning options, residential summer programs, online courses, need-based financial aid, and original research into the needs of gifted students, we help support and nurture students’ talents.

David’s test scores qualified him to receive a medal honoring his academic achievements.

“We are very proud of David and his accomplishments,” said Faith Lutheran School of Plano Headmaster Rev. Stephen W. Kieser of Wylie. “It is always a great pleasure to see our dedicated and talented students recognized.”

David is the son of Stephan and Rebecca Bork of Murphy. David is currently in 8th grade at Faith Lutheran School of Plano.

About Faith Lutheran School: Faith Lutheran School is fully accredited and currently provides classes from pre-school three-year-olds through the twelfth grade. School curriculum is based on the classical model of education. The school’s educational program also includes both sports and the fine arts. In 1971, the congregation of Faith Lutheran Church in Plano, Texas established a four-year-old preschool for children of the congregation. Since then, the school has grown and opened enrollment to others in the community on a tuition basis. To learn more about Faith Lutheran School, please visit the school’s web site at www.flsplano.org or call 972.423.7448.