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AP Scholars

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One hundred sixteen current and former students earned the designation of Advanced Placement Scholars for excelling on their 2020 AP exams. Congratulations to the following students on achieving this honor:

 

National AP Scholar

Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more exams.

Stepher DaSilva, Valerie Mallon, and Julia Perrino

 

AP Scholars with Distinction

Granted to students who receive 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.

Katherine Ahn, Hugo Amador, Kirsten Benes, Kristen Benes, Sofia Berger, Wenny Cheng, Stephen DaSilva, Yesenia Hanif, Meghan Heckelman, Zhengda Huang, Madeline Irish, Sayem Jabbar, Marcella Joaquin, Guy Kerney, Joshua Kessler, Serena Koshy, Carmen Lima, Valerie Mallon, Matthew Manevitz, Jennifer Moglia, Alexandra Mora, Keara Mulrooney, Neha Parambi, Ankita Patel, Anushka Patel, Julia Perrino, Isabella Polanco, Isabella Schlichting, Ana Victoria Serna, Kristin Tarab, Rinoy Thomas, Ian Timoteo Franza, and Nicholas Treibman

 

AP Scholars with Honor

Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams

Sofia Amador, Alisha Augustine, Benjamin Ayende, Victor Baley, Stephanie Bell, Zach Buongiovanni, Thomas Catania, Jake Chesna, Ava Cohen, Danielle Condon, Isabella Gaglione, Bridget Healey, Jennifer Joaqui-Almendar, Christina John, Benjamin Joseph, Aulona Kabashi, Erlisa Kabashi, Samuel Levitan, Alice Li, Colleen Miller, Brent Muessig, Christopher Osorio, Daniel Parada, Jilliam Parrino, Nicole Pastoressa, Gabriela Paternostro, Julian Posillico, Elizabeth Ricardo, Andreas Rodriguez, Ethan Sargeant, Ronit Setia, Bethany Shatz, Keira Talty, Rebecca Tobar, and Catherine Winski

 

AP Scholars

Granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams

Miko Amican, Amanda Argueta, Emily Asam, Morgan Brady, Thomas Brenes, Trista Bugalla, Nicole Chan, Yesim Cinar, Jade Conway, Kristen Cox, Catherine Cullen, Alyssa Garbarini, Patrick Gay, Victoria Godinho, Francisca Gomes, Erin Grafing, Jibin James, Jessica Kessler, Arash Lahijani, Nicole Laszewski, Aidan Levin, Nicholas Limazopoulos, Tess Loehner, Emma Lopes, Gabriella Marquez, Theresa McCarey, Michael McCormack, Abby Meehan, Caitlin Miranda, Suruthica Nimalan, Urja Patel, Melissa Pereira, Stephanie Pereira, Steven Pereira, Aaliyah Rakeem, Dayana Restrepoross, Ariana Rodrigues, Julie Rodrigues, Julia Rosati, Rodina Sabeha, Daniella Schlichting, Kaitlyn Servinskas, Daniella Speranza, Benjamin Stiehl, Colleen Talty, Julia Therassi Arruda, and Stephen Toms

 

AP Capstone Diploma

Granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing

Wenny Cheng, Daniella Condon, Stephen DaSilva, Yesenia Hanif, Meghan Heckelman, Marcella Joaquin, Joshua Kessler, Serena Koshy, Samuel Levitan, Jennifer Moglia, Alexandra Mora, Christopher Osorio, Julia Perrino, Ana Victoria Serna, Ronit Setia, and Ian Timoteo Franza

 

AP Seminar and Research Certificate

Granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research but not on four additional AP Exams

Miko Amican, Amanda Argueta, Catherine Cullen, Isabella Gaglione, Sayem Jabbar, Jibin James, Matthew Manevitz, Jordan Manu, Gabriella Marquez, and Isabella Polanco