William “Caleb” Rogers, Jesuit’s class of 2018, scored a perfect 36 on the ACT. On average, less than one-tenth of one percent of students who take the ACT — nearly 2.1 million of 2016 graduates — earns the top score. Rogers, who attended Lusher Charter School before Jesuit, is the son of Paul and Perry Rogers of New Orleans. He is a member of Jesuit’s competitive club teams, Quiz Bowl and Academic Games, and is also involved in Junior Sodality and the Student Council. President of the Spanish Club, he also serves as co-captain of the Ultimate Frisbee Club and member of the Disc Golf Club.