A total of 167 current students and 2012 graduates of Conard High School have earned the designation of AP Scholars by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program (AP) Exams. About 18 percent of the more than 1.8 million students worldwide who took AP Exams performed at a sufficiently high level to also earn an AP Scholar Award.
The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on a student’s performance on AP exams. At Conard High School:
Eight (8) students qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning an average grade of 4 or higher on a 5-point scale on all AP Exams taken and grades of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. These students are 2012 graduates Michaela Celella, Antonio Cruz-Uribe, Felipe Di Poi, Megan Grant, Lauren Konopka, Margaret Logue, Laura Miyares and Dominick Papandrea.
Fifty-six (56) students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. These students are current seniors Sarah Allen, Grace Bugos, Michael Farrell, Evan Ferguson-Hull, Cassandra Festa, Primativa Gradante, Mohammad Khan, Christian Kuntz, Colleen Lynch, Sara Meotti, Theodore Monyak, Anna Sklenar and YouYou Tian; and 2012 graduates Peter Andrews, Olivia Basil, Shannon Burke, Mariah Castillo, Michaela Celella, Grace Congdon, Antonio Cruz-Uribe, Emily Daigle, Felipe Di Poi, Callum Douglass, Andrew Eichar, Christopher Eichar, Rachel Fox, Brian Francoeur, Delaney Gaetano, Jane Giuffrida, Johann Graefe, Megan Grant, Nicholas Haggerty, Liliana Harrington, Kylie Hoang, Sydney Jeanloz, Lauren Konopka, Colin Kuntz, Charles Lantz, Margaret Logue, Robert Loose, Ronan Lucey, Laura Miyares, Jeffrey Murray, Jessica Nguyen, Callum Novak, Kelsey Olguin, Dominick Papandrea, Srinath Pingle, Serena Robert, Alyssa Rossmeisl, Haley Sinatro, Will Thomas, Rebecca van Stolk-Cooke, Christopher Wiseman, Tessa Wunder and Jonathan Zukowski.
Thirty-nine (39) students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. These students are current seniors Julia Appicelli, Adam Baral, Zoe Barlow, Andrew Bertini, Brian Bertini, Mark Bouchard, Caroline Buyak, Justin Chen, Daniel Gibson, Christopher Jastrzebski, Caroline Kuzoian, Emily Kuzoian, Nguyen Le, Chukyan Li, Angelica Lindsey-Velez, Juan Lopez, Leah McGovern, Anurag Ojha, Caitlin Piker, Rhyza Fleur Velasco, Emily Weinstein, Kathryn Wieber and Tess Woods; and 2012 graduates Ellen Bridgman, Henry Bruzzese, Kathleen Cavanaugh, Megan Cote, Megan Cummings, Kate Foley, Neal Hambrecht, Jennifer Huynh, Hannah Jeremiah, Sam Lucyk, Christie Merino, Fresia Morales, Zachary Morgan, Bridget O’Hare, Joseph Schuman, and Dustin Walsh.
Seventy-two (72) students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Examinations, with grades of 3 or higher. These students are current seniors Suyash Adhikari, Ellis Boettger, Shannon Booth, Siena Clymer, Caroline Crafts, Margaret Czepiel, Issac Dashefsky, Whitney Davis, Owen Dawson, Mariam Dembele, Aimee DiPietro, Jacob Dufault, Elle Fontanazza, Courtney Fuller, David Girard, Jared Graveley, Tessa Green, Jessilyn Hartman, Nam Hoang, Rebekah Hoisl, Tatsuya Jepson, Jake Karp, Adam Khan, Chris Mathew, Morgan Milhomens, Kathryn Newton, Jamie Oriol, Jessica Phu, Zachary Powers, Joseph Presing, Brendon Rossmeisl, Tyree Seymour, Brendan Smith, Gifford Spada, Erika Terencio, Caroline Tibbitts, Paige Townsend, Benjamin Wein, and Owen Wilcox; current junior Xuan Liu; and 2012 graduates Lauren Brezinski, Chelsie Bryant, Katriona Casagrande, Chatham-Rose Anastasia, Mac Cherny, Anthony Davis, Stephanie Flynn, Aastha Gautam, Victoria Graumann, James Gustafson, Kyle Hall, Anna Isenstadt, Amanda Lazarus, Nicole Leon, Katherine Looney, Moeizza Malik, Brian Martin, Diana Miner, Brandee Newkirk, Noelle Ouellette, Taylor Reed, Elizabeth Roberts, Taylor Schumann, Diana Simao, Harman Singh, Dominic Sullivan, Christopher Sweadner, Ben Thumma, William Walsh, Zachary Wieber, Ned Wilson and Hailey Zolty.
Submitted by Conard High School