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192 FHS Students Named AP Scholars

Posted by Alan on September 20, 2010 12:46 PM | Filed in News |

ap1.png192 students from Fayetteville High School have been named AP Scholars by College Board's Advanced Placement program in reocgnition of their exceptional achievement on AP exams. 85 were named Scholars, 45 Scholars with Honor,  62 Scholars with Distinction and 12 were National Scholars.

The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on students' performance on AP Exams.  At Fayetteville High School, twelve students qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning an average score of 4 or higher on a five point scale on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.  These students are: Mathias Bellaiche, Sue Breden, Pete Brooks, Benjamin Caffrey, Benjamin Costrell, Rose Courteau, Zoe Curlee-Strauss, Kate Ivey, Yibo Jia, Christopher Tucker, Annie Wang and California Wang.

 

            Sixty-two students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.  These students are:  Qusay Alfaori, Bardia Bararpour, Bedram Bararpour, Annemarie Beck, Joseph Bell, Mathias Bellaiche, Sue Breden, Pete Brooks, Madeline Brown, Benjamin Caffrey, Austin Campbell, Savannah Clay, Benjamin Costrell, Rose Courteau, Zoe Curlee-Strauss, Alexander Dalisera-Gordon, Kyle Elmore, John Erwin, Kelsey Ferguson, Skyler Gambert, Joseph Garon, Bryan Glenn, Evan Griesse, Mary Guthrie, Jessie Hargis, Zachary Harrod, Alexandria Hightower, Millie Hogue, Kelsey Hurlbut, Kate Ivey, Yibo Jia, Nikhil Kamath, Cathryn Klusmeier, Robert Korth, Saba Kouchehbagh, Andrea Love, Casey McCarthy, William McComas, Kailey Miller, Jordan Molesso, Joanna Moore, Shelby Morrison, Caitlin Murphy, Meghan Oleary-Kelly, Sarah Pfitzinger, Jacob Pinter, Sarah Plavcan, Melissa Richardson, Adam Servies, Savannah Shelby, Katherine Smith, Vasupradha Suresh-Kumar, Julian Thomas, Alison Tims, Ryan Trovillion, Christopher Tucker, Annie Wang, California Wang, Jonathan Wang, Douglas Wolf, Yuhao Wu and Rachel Yeager.

 

            Forty-five students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more AP Exams.  The AP Scholars are: Stephanie Bakewell, Hillary Benton, Hannah Breden, William Buehling, Mark Cameron, Melanie Chandler, Perapadh Chollapand, Sarah Correll, Sloan Cross, Jillian Del Sol, Charles Denny, Emily Erickson, Margaret Ferran, Lindsey Gerke, Emily Green, Joseph Greubel, Landry Harlan, Alexander Hayes, Robert Hills, Dylan Holland, Sarah Howell, Renwick Hudson, Jay Im, Connor Janawitz, Christopher Johnson, Joseph Kieklak, Olivia Kline, Daniel Laughlin, Ethan Lowry, Ishtiaque Mahfuz, Ashton McCombs, Anne Mitchell, Chesley Osborn, Brij Panda, Jason Rakes, Katherine Ray, Jonas Reagan, Cameron Saylor, Margaret Schweiger, Lyndsey Smith, Stephen Soerens, Rachel Spencer, Katherine Stewart, Kewei Xu, and Sara Yingling.

 

            Eighty-five students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores or 3 or higher.  The AP Scholars are:  Kaleb Abram, Andrea Alanis, Julia Allen, Coral Arroyo Baez, Cameron Baker, Peyton Baker, James Bartlett, Caroline Bauman, Roi Jeric Bautista, Jacob Baxter, Talia Behrend-Wilcox, Kelsey Berkel, Alexandra Bodishbaugh, Madeline Brown, Devin Burns, Vincent Chu, James Collins, Samantha Corral, Lisa Darden, Brooks Dawson, Emily Dixon, Madison Dobson, Jazmin Dodd, Hailey Dunsworh, Reagan Ellis, Nicholas Fry, Banah Ghadbian, Anna Hall, Devin Hamilton-Gamach, Corey Harris, Shannon Harris, Fuad Haydar, Mary Horan, Huntley Hudgins, Chloe Jones, Allison Kathol, Casey Kraichoke, Julia Kyser, Michelle Leatherby, Amber Ledford, Matthew Lester, Mason Lietzke, Victoria Lime, Aneeka Majid, Allyson Martin, Haley Martin, Marya McKee, Sarah McNeal, Zachary Mensch, Logan Miller, Ashley Mix, Katelyn Moore, Morgan Morris, Austin Murders, Austin Niblock, Garrett Oden, Ian Pace, Ashleigh Price, Christina Rencis, William Richardson, Rachel Roenfeldt, Rainy Rues, Eric Salazar, Nicholas Savin, Andrew Schriver, Tyler Scogin, Jon Sexton, Carissa Smardo, Nader Sohraby, Summer Stevens, Hunter Stovall, Yulong Su, Annika Tabassum, Sara Tenison, Preston Thibodaux, Jill Thomason, Taryn Thompson, Christopher Tompkins, Gabriel Trumbo, John Tyler, Ross Vanzandt, Elizabeth Warren, Elizabeth Watt, Keegan Whicker, and Emily Wilson.

 

This tops the total from last year, which was 185. We will post the names ASAP. Congratulations, FHS!!! Well done, yet another year!!