Here's an uplifting human events story for you: high school student Gregg Fox survives brain cancer, re-learns how to read and talk, and then scores a perfect 36 on the ACT.
Four years ago, after Gregg Fox was treated for a brain tumor, he had to learn to speak and walk again.
He's made remarkable progress, and now the Ladue Horton Watkins High School junior has the test score to prove it: He earned a perfect 36 on the ACT college entrance exam.
Fox, 17, is one of four Missouri students to earn a perfect score out of the almost 20,500 statewide who took the test in December.
"Mentally, I've made a full recovery, I guess," says the humble Fox.
His success is a testament to his tenacity and strength. Congratulations!