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F-M High School students earn over 100 AP Scholar-level distinctions

The College Board recently recognized high school students across the country who have shown outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on AP Exams.

In 2018, 129 Fayetteville-Manlius School District students earned a total of 135 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. There were 61 F-M High School students receiving this award:  Nathan T. Adler, Benjamin R. Andrews, Katerina A. Atallah-Yunes, Arpit K. Atwal, Alexander J. Ball, Susan L. Bansbach, Patrick M. Barrett, Joshua Brown, James B. Cappon , Nolan P. Chiles, Jae Ik Cho, Emily S. Cook, Sheldon R. Cooney, Matthew P. Crovella, Sarah E. Duntley, Rachel L. Elman, Clayton D. Fellmeth, Joseph N. Foster, Andrew J. Gallagher, Melody Gan, Robert M. Garver, Nicolas Gascon, Rachel A. Hance, Emily M. Hannah, David Haungs, Callan J. Isley, Michael Jia, Omer Faruk Keles, Candace S. Kim, Laura  M. Koch, Preston M. Koester, Emma J. Koster, Jordan W. Krouse, Owen H. Macrae, Nathan T. Montgomery, Lauren E. Moroz, Freda Ni, Elena E. Paolini, Julia L. Pelletier, Paige E. Pepling, Grace A. Perry, Luca J. Pieples, Olivia C. Pilewski, Diana M. Polovick, Jacob P. Roberts, Jack E. Rubacka, Jonathan J. Scalzetti, Emery R. Schramm, Rebecca Shyne, Eleanor J. Sommers, Zachary J. Stuhler,  Rachel M. Swanson, Zachary P. Taber, Rachel L. Toffolo, Sara M. Trop, Rishma Vora, Tina Wang, Tristan X. Wellner, Jeremy Y. Zhang, Helen M. Ziobrowski and Abigail M. Zuber.

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. Thirty-four F-M High School students received this award: Leila T. Abdul-Malak, Joseph C. Anderson, Mary E. Arnold, Cady E. Barns, Elizabeth Brady, Evan C. Bybee, Patrice D. Calancie, Hannah V. Center, Sarah E. Center, Quentin Y. Chapman, Maria Costello, Brittney J. Cross, Shellie Downie, Jared M. Dunn, Osarume W. Egiebor, Callie G. Humphrey, Lindsey N. Kilpatrick, Patrick A. Little, Nia M. Lloyd, Nancy R. Loh, Riley H. Ma, Kareem A. Mehdi, Caroline E. Muller, Paige M. Nelligan, Kobe Oley,  Grant Olick-Sutphen, Annaliese M. OuYang, Vrushik Patel, Bailey E. Plew, Spencer B. Procopio, Natalie Shearer, Sarah Speck, Robert J. Stewart IV and Angela Wu.

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. Thirty-four F-M High School students received this award: Avery W. Bower, Victor Z. Chen, Emily Chou, Nicholas J. Corso, Matthew M. Dai, Jacob A. Darius, Jennifer A. Downey, Maximilian Du, Ethan M. Ferguson, Jacob D. Gerardi, Xiangyu Gu, Laura M. Haight, Matthew R. Hasenwinkel, Aidan J. Hobler, Neil K. Khurana, Lucy Langenberg, Katherine G. Lesh, Daniel X. Li,  Yihui Liao, Jason Lin, Rachel A. Liu, Mae Z. Martel, Alexandru G. Mihaila, Nicholas W. Pellegrino, Lindsey A. Puc, Maryam Rahaman, Camilla Scalzetti, Lydia S. Sprague, Andrew S. Testani, Sarah E. Vaccaro, Chao Wang, Amber Williamson, Johanna E. Wilson and Irene Yee.

National AP Scholar

The College Board grants National AP Scholar awards students in the United States who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. Six F-M high School students received this award: Emily Chou, Aidan J. Hobler, Lucy Langenberg, Rachel A. Liu, Maryam Rahaman and Chao Wang.