Eighty-five past and present students from Mineola High School earned
the designation of Advanced Placement Scholars for excelling on their
2019 AP exams. This is the most AP Scholars the district has had to
date. Also, new this year is the AP Capstone/Seminar and Research
designation for students.
The Mineola School District congratulates the following students on achieving this honor:
AP Capstone Diploma
Hugo Amador, Alisha Augustine, Madeline Irish, Christina John, Valerie
Mallon, Suruthica Nimalan, Ankita Patel, Anushka Patel, Amy Shin and
AP Seminar and Research Certificate
Claudia Coelho, Daniella Condon, Stephen DaSilva, Marcella Joaquin, Luke
Lambropoulos, Samuel Levitan, Christopher Osorio and Ronit Setia.
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.
Michael Britt and Neilah Rustemi.
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 exams.
Hugo Amador, Sofia Berger, Justin Bestler, Michael Britt, Alexa
Buongiovanni, Natalie Campanella, Michael Candela, Rhena Chuachingco,
Benjamin Cohen, Stephen DaSilva, Zhengda Huang, Madeline Irish, Qamber
Jafri, Marcella Joaquin, Hannah Kolsch, Angela Li, Carmen Lima, Valerie
Mallon, Joana Marques, Christopher Matzer, Erin Miller, Tara Orefice,
Joseph Paldino, Ankita Patel, Christina Peitler, Neilah Rustemi, Amy
Shin and Audrey Timoteo Franza.
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
Alisha Augustine, Miranda Bradley, Michael Cardinal, Alexis Cicalese,
Daniella Condon, Jenna Cox, Roisin Daly, Yesenia Hanif, Guy Kerney, Hye
Koo, Luke Lambropoulos, Colette Maloney, Jonathan Mathew, Christopher
Osorio, Anushka Patel, Madison Rees, Ethan Sargeant, Ronit Setia,
Colleen Talty, Kristin Tarab, Rebecca Tobar, Nicholas Treibman, Ava
Williams and Shengyu Yin.
Granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.
Morgan Brady, Wenny Cheng, Claudia Coelho, Taylor Cunha, Caitlin
Doherty, Elora Folkson, Alyssa Garbarini, Francisca Gomes, Erin Grafing,
Erick Granados, Meghan Heckelman, Nikole Holowat, Christina John,
Serena Koshy, Nicole Laszewski, Samuel Levitan, Alcina Lima, Nicholas
Limazopoulos, Sean McKenna, Caitlin Miranda, Alexandra Mora, Suruthica
Nimalan, Gabriella Palumbo, Neha Parambi, Ziya Patel, Gabriela
Paternostro, Melissa Pereira, Stephanie Pereira, Julia Perrino, Dayana
Restrepoross, Isabella Schlichting, Ana Victoria Serna and Sabrina