College Board recognizes 66 students as AP Scholars
The College Board honored 66 Denton ISD high school students with distinctions for 2016, according to their annual list of recipients who are named Advanced Placement Scholars.
The national program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated college-level achievement though exceptional scores in AP courses and on AP exams. Students are awarded based on four levels including: AP Scholar, AP Scholar with Honor, AP Scholar with Distinction and National AP Scholar.
Students receive an award certificate from The College Board and although there is no monetary award, this achievement is acknowledged on any score report that is sent to colleges.
Students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.
Denton High: Braden Arnold, Natalie Bennett, Chloe Conley, Hallie Evans, Rachel French, Emily Goff, Melissa Havens, Hendrik Henderson, Jason Justiz, Juan Lara Mejia, Douglas Newcomer, Joseph Scalf
Guyer High: Nathan Gates, Anna Laura Harmjanz, Andrew Winn, Pierce Brodersen, Ashley Emory, Kimberly Flack, Benjamin Gillick, Kurt Gscheidle, Ethan Hedges, Rebecca Hernandez, Mariana Lopez Cervantes, Mason Mazurek, Theoren Moore, Danielle Quintanilla, Erick Quintanilla, Bianca Ramirez, Nabeera Rao, Riley Roder, Nolan Vaughn, Garion Washam, Amy Whang, Launa Wilson, Zachery Wright, Ryan Yeatts.
Ryan High: Chase Clary, Jacob Dellinger, Jarod Haskin, Aaron Jaskson, Amanda Kerr, Noah Lindley, Matthew Merchant, Ethan Neumann, Emily Testerman (moved)
AP Scholars with Honors
Students who earn an average score 3.25 on all AP exams taken and score of 3 or higher on four or more exams.
Denton High: Ethan Reynolds, Philip Rhodes
Guyer High: Savannah Dali, Allison Damrau, Madison Freeze, Giselle Galax, Jefferson Knight, Thomas Nunez, Madeline Spears, Megan Vennell
Ryan High: Tristan Watson
AP Scholars with Distinction
Students who earn an average score 3.5 on all AP exams taken and score of 3 or higher on five or more exams.
Guyer High: Katelyn Golden, Jordan Goldstein, Alexander Koh, Ansh Pujara, Abhishek Shah, Riley Steward, Sana Syed, Connor Wooley
AP National Scholars
Students who earn an average score 4 on all AP exams taken and score of 3 or higher on eight or more exams.
Guyer High: Jordan Goldstein, Ansh Pujara, Abhishek Shah