Fayetteville-Manlius high school students are being recognized for their performance on Advanced Placement Exams. The College Board recently recognized high school students across the country who have shown outstanding college-level achievement.
This year, Fayetteville-Manlius School District students earned a total of 121 AP Scholar-level distinctions.
AP Scholar Awards
The College Board grants AP Scholar awards to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.
46 F-M High School students received this award: Ebunoluwa Abolade, Matthew Alaniz, Kirk Banes, Ryan Blum, Evangelos Cappers, Zachary Costanza, Mary Coughlin, Angela Dong, Sofia Dong, Nila Ganesh, Carly Hack, Jillian Hack, Haley Harblin, Ahmad Hassan, John Henderson, Jonah Jaffe, David Jang, Parker Kaczorowski, Eli Kligerman, Charlotte Knutsen, Georgia Langan, Richard Li, Christine Lin, Darren Lin, Zachary Mangoba, Sophia McCaffrey, Nolan Mcginn, Molly McNany, Jacob Mohammed, Zoe Myint, Joyce Ni, Tara Nugent, Margaret Osterhaudt, David Palmer, Kyler Patrick, Maya Perera, Cody Pinsky, Emily Pollard, Natalie Rameas, Amanda Richardson, Aurora Santangelo, Christopher Shanguhyia, Wyatt Steele, Julia Sun, Adam Taylor, Stephen Wratney
AP Scholar with Honor
The College Board grants AP Scholar with Honor awards 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 exams.
31 F-M High School students received this award: Trisha Adavikolanu, Rachel Alpert, Sarah Bailey, Ethan Batick, Alvin Bi, Meher Chahal, Selena Chen, David Concannon, Cooper Dereszynski, Yaswanth Devalla, Thomas Diana, Jared Duggal, Angelina Fang, Gisele Fumarola, Scott Hills, Elizabeth Hsu, Guy Juran, Haley Kim, Christian Kneaskern, Erik Koshnicharski, Sara Kronenberg, Julia Leary, Anne Leonard, Sophia Leonard, Evan Newton, Reese Niccolls, Andrew Nocilly, Ema Obradovic, Emmeline Reinhardt, Anusha Saxena, Antonina Spinello
AP Scholar with Distinction
The College Board grants AP Scholar with Distinction awards 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 of these exams.
44 F-M High School students received this award: Anthony Ahn, Gene Balian, Omar Bou Aram, Agniva Chaudhuri, Mae Cohen, Julia Comprix, Justin Dunn, Mary Feck, Alexis Forbes, Lucy Gamble, Sankalp Gautam, Troy He, Sivan Juran, Hannah Kaercher, Jayanthan Karthikeyan, Olivia Kimbrough, Clara Leak, Aiden Lee, Claire Lee, Elvis Li, Clare Liu, Clara Macreery, Madelyn Malgieri, Alexander Martinez, Julia McKinnis, Samantha Melancon, Kaelem Michel, Hannah Park, Lilah Poole, Arusha Ramaswamy, Sarah Rinzan, Garett Rogers, Srujamya Sampathi, Ruthie Taber, Trevor Valletta, Margaret White, Allison Wong, Alex Wu, Chingyang Wu, Lanxin Xiao, Kaylee Yang, Eric Yao, Yulia Yasskiy, Marissa Zhai