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CHS AP Scholars Recognized by College Board

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The College Board recognized 55 Canfield students in 2021 based on the results of the Advanced Placement Examinations.

Canfield had 24 AP Scholars:

  • Zachary Ahmed
  • Avery Amedia
  • Madison Angelo
  • Ibrahim Barakat
  • Ryan Bennett
  • Colin Burdette
  • Joshua Farley
  • Amelia Francisco
  • Lily-Ann LaComb
  • Phoebe Masters
  • Julia Mosher
  • Luke Roman
  • Ronald Sinkovich
  • Christopher Smallwood
  • Jenna Vrable
  • Jake Yurchison
  • Morgan Carey
  • Matthew D’Ippolito
  • Bridget Fekety
  • Alexander Haden
  • Avery Little
  • Grace Rosko
  • Meera Sethi
  • Donald Syrianoudis

AP Scholar with Honor is granted 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:

  • John Bernat
  • Emma Dodig-Drahotusky
  • Catherine Esper
  • Jack Hamilton
  • John Heino
  • Jacob Johnson
  • Bridgett Kelly
  • Aamna Khan
  • Cameron Morrison
  • Jacqueline Palusak
  • Zane Perrico
  • Alexis Pomponio
  • Julia Sansoterra
  • Matt Scolieri
  • Aurora Fares
  • Anna Kan
  • Nicholas Krcelic
  • Blake McMurray
  • Delaney Pallo
  • Nicholas Pantelakis
  • Madison Zets

AP Scholars with Distinction is granted 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:

  • Maggie Carrier
  • Aaron Ferguson
  • Gianni Gaetano
  • Chloe Hudock
  • Kate Kadilak
  • Grace Li
  • Emily Mashqbeh
  • Haziq Rabbani
  • Ty Schaab
  • Kareena Thakar

Advanced Placement courses give students the chance to tackle college-level work while still in high school and earn college credit and placement. AP classes help students acquire the skills and habits needed to be successful in college. They help students improve writing skills, sharpen problem-solving abilities and develop time management skills, discipline and study habits. 

 





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