The verb exalt means to raise someone to a much higher or powerful position.

Synonyms are promote, praise, dignity, or magnify.

The word origins from Old French (10th century) and Latin exaltare meaning “raise, elevate”. It comes from ex meaning “out, out of, from within” plus altus meaning “high”, literally “grown tall”. From early 15th century, it means as “to elevate in rank or honor”, also “glorify, praise, extol”.

His intellectual value was exalted by that institution.

The exalted officer enjoyed being admired.

If I get 95% from this test I will be exalted to the top.