2015 AP Scholars

The College Board recognizes students who earned an Advanced Placement Scholar Award.
In August of 2015, The College Board recognized twenty-four  Highland High School students as AP Scholars, with an average score of 3.97 per exam. There are four levels of AP Scholars:
 
1. AP Scholars: AP Scholars earned a score of "3" or higher on 3 or more AP exams. Thirteen HHS students were recognized as AP Scholars, with an average score of 3.44. These scholars are: Alicia Alcaraz (12), Emily Brill (12), Stephanie Czarnecki (12),Chris Dabrowski (12),  Matt Foundos (12), Katherine Harnisch (12), Felicity Hillegonds (12),  Taylor Howard (11),  Aaron Kondrat (11), Ashley Noble (12), Caitlyn Scoville (12), Hayley Soltesz, and (12) Samantha Tedesco (12).
 
2. AP Scholar with Honors: AP Scholars with Honors earned an average score of 3 on four or more AP exams taken. Three Highland students received designation as AP Scholars with Honors,with an average score of 3.56. These scholars are: Kayla Bohney (12), Kelsey Dyer(12), Alexander Perrin (11), Joseph Stoica (12), and Kyle Wilhite (12).
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3. AP Scholar of Distinction: AP Scholars of Distinction earned an average score of at least 3.5 on all exams taken and scores of "3" or higher on five or more AP exams. Five Highland students received AP Scholars of Distinction, with an average score of 4.22. These scholars are: Blake Oliver (12), Jonathan Payne (12), Robert Ross (12), Annalise Russo (12), and Autumn Wilson (11).

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National AP Scholar: Granted to students in the United States who receive an average score of at least 4 on all exams taken and scores of 4 or higher on eight exams taken. Our first ever National AP scholar is: Jonathan Payne (12). Jonathan had an average score of 4.62.

Previous AP Scholars:

2014: Sixteen AP Scholars (Three Scholars with Honors, Five Scholars with Distinction)
2012: Nineteen AP Scholars
2013: Sixteen AP Scholars (Seven Scholars with Distinction)
2012: Nineteen AP Scholars
2011: Fourteen AP Scholars
2010: No AP Scholars

We are very proud of the efforts of these students. We congratulate their teachers! Hard work pays off!