AP Scholars Recognized By EPCHS
Mr. William Sanderson, principal at Evergreen Park Community High School is pleased to announce that 37 current students and 2022 graduates earned AP Scholar recognition by The College Board. In addition to the 37 AP Scholars, an additional 83 students can potentially earn college credit for receiving at least one 3 or higher on an AP exam.
The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program offers students the opportunity to take college-level courses while still in high school, and to receive college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on AP exams. The College Board honors outstanding performances on AP exams with several levels of recognition.
The following students received recognition as AP Scholars.
Students who received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams (AP Scholars) are 2022 graduates Dane Bik, Caroline Duffy, Jacob Dwyer, Julian Flannigan, Natalie Galindo, Soriya Holloway, Tyler Kirts, Yuliana Lopez, Zachary Meyer, Cristina Ocampo, Cathleen Rech, Connor Rinearson, Madelyn Schaffrath, Leah Thomas, and Annel Valencia; current seniors Leo Cassidy, Katharine Downey-McGurk, Brendan Farrell, Noah Flores, Jamia Head, and Kaitlyn Higgins; current juniors Theresa Brady, Matthew Dever, Owen Doogan, Michael Joyce, Kai Odom, Andrew Perez, Rachel Thomas, Jack VonBank, and Taylor Yeaman.
Students who received an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more on those exams (AP Scholar with Honor) are 2022 graduates April Kirts, Isabella Martinez, and Denisa Neda; and current senior Helen Joyce.
The students who received an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more on these exams (AP Scholar with Distinction) is 2022 graduates John Bledsoe, Thomas Gricus, and Meghan Valentino.
The additional 83 students who received at least one 3 or higher on an AP exam and can potentially earn college credit are 2022 graduates Gage Brustoski, Nathaniel Chacon, Taleah Dammons, Miguel DeArcos, Alexis Elwood, Mariana Ferreira, Anaya Gaddy, Jorge Hernandez, Richard Jacobson, Myah Johnson, Mary Kane, Mary Marcosa, Jose Medina-Meza, Joshua Miglieri, Jed Msallek, Samantha Nard, Danielle Powers, Zahriah Richmond, Kelly Scanlon, Zaria Simmons, Madison Sims, Deaglan Sullivan, Matthew Summers, Quincy Whiteside; current seniors Julianna Black, Karalyn Burke, Kailen Curran, Olivia Doran, Cassandra Esparza, Paul Lieske, Jacob Nardo, David Ortiz, Pal Patel, Rosario Ramirez, Cheallaigh Reardon, Abigail Rech, Nicole Reynolds, Neydelin Rodriguez, Kennedy Shelby, Lily Strand; current juniors Aidan Bench, Joseph Berko, Nathan Brannigan, Ulises Cardenas, Rocco Cipolla, Grady Elwood, Deijon Feliciano, Skyeleigh Godowic, Taylor Haygood, Elizabeth Holguin, Kayla Hudson, Jack Hughes, Thomas Jarosz-Gobby, Colin Kelly, Dulce Medina, Luke Medina, Abbey Mrskos,Saanvi Patel, Ruth Peart, Maya Rayson, Parker Rundle, Amelia Woody; and current sophomores Eleanor Bulger, Joie Burns, Aliah Diaz, Ronan Doogan, Hope Etapa, Quinn Farrell, Lilli Gleason, Sanaa Harris, Margaret Joyce, Makayla Knight, Ava Landry, Benjamin Long, Xalani Mitchell, Luke O’Malley, Jack Schaller, Peyton Schwarz, Tyla Short, Padric Sullivan, Rosebud Summers, Suzanne Summers, Erin Wade.