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Education notebook: Mt. Spokane and Mead high school students earn AP Exam honors

The College Board recently announced students from Mt. Spokane and Mead high schools have earned special designations with their high scores on the spring 2018 Advanced Placement exams.

Three students were named National AP Scholars, requiring a minimum average score of 4 on all AP exams and a score of 4 or higher on eight or more exams. The highest possible score is 5. The students are Gabrielle Hager, Ali Jones and Avery Matson.

AP Scholar with Distinction is earned by students who have an average score of at least 3.5 and a score of 3 or higher on five or more exams earned . They are:

MT. SPOKANE – Maria Anderson, Preston Bingley, Nicole Craze, Hailey Dightman, Stephanie Gady, Gabrielle Hager, Dylan Hathaway, Hannah Higgins, Elizabeth Horner, Ali Jones, Kalena Jose, Christopher Kies, Sandord Leake, Avery Matson, Haley Miligan, Maryn Osmun, Brendan Perdue, Adam Sonneland, Andrew Sonneland, Landon Spencer, David Stephens, Chloe White and Emma Wiechert.

MEAD – Cade Arriens, Kara Crow, Saylor Eames, Lauren Holbrook, Rana Kutsal, Edward Liu, Caleb Mattox, Emma Morse, Elizabeth Oswalt, Angelina Schmidt, Jericho Simone, Samuel Thackston, Michael Utt and Robyn Villines.

AP Scholar with Honors is earned with an average score of at least 3.25 and a score of 3 or higher on four or more exams earned. The students are:

MT. SPOKANE: Jacob Booney, Emily Busch, Natalie Craudell, Jesse Dupuis, Rachael Foley, Elizabeth Haley, Hanna Hess, Brianna Kostecka, Sophia Madill, Jalen Martin, Katelyn McNett, David Molgard, Carissa Montgomery, Jeremy Nicks, Harley Peterson, Elizabeth Redmond and Jacob Zacharias.

MEAD – Hannah Barone, Kari Bonkemeyer, Sarah Braun, Daniel Engen, Bridget Erb, Kenna Foerg, Holt Ford, Aislin Gamon, Skye Gordon, Daniel Kang, Sydney Lyman, Andrew McIntyre, Trenten Nogle, Alyssa Rolon, Dylan Schuler, Rebecca Strauch, Johnson Tran, Chloe Unterseher and Katherine Ward.

AP Scholar is earned with an average score of at least 3 and a score of 3 or higher on three or more exams earned. The students are:

MT. SPOKANE – Liliana Barton, Jesse Becker, Sander Borst, Natalee Brown, Sydney Campbell, Tessa Conrad, Alena Diza, Kaila Emtman, Morgan Gasperin, Dayton Hammond, Halle Hanson, Carly Hattenburg, Jasmine Hedy, Corey Hodder, Cadence Keller, Chase LaPlante, Joshua Lloyd, Caleb Maril, Lael McCollough, Rachel McKibbon, Devan Nelson, Sydney Pedersen, Blake Peterson, Tyler Pollock, Ethan Ross, Natalee Singleton, Darby Smith, Molly Sorensen, Payton Stiles, Katie Thieschafer, Sarah Thieschafer, Kaitlin Ulias, Ryan Van Wert, Leah Walton, Katie West, Alexis Whitworth, Jayden Williamson, Kristopher Wright, Annika Zeigler and Kaitlyn Zemke.

MEAD – Yunadi Bogatyrev, Evan Childears, Benjamin Cikutovich, Matthew Cikutovich, Andrew Ewert, Karyn Gallaway, Elena Gardner, Mikaela Gruen, Chelsea Ha, Kylie Hagel, Grace Hedstrom, Nicholas Henrichs, Elizabeth Holden, Kyle Kellerman, Alek Kvokov, Madison Lee, Abigail Luiten, Devin Michaelis, Zoe Milatz, Allison Moyer, Brenna Nendel, Sydney Nessan, Thomas Newman, Sara Pederson, Elizabeth Richardson, Michael Riley, Evan Rohde, Raeann Schoesler, Madison Spink, Garrett Springer, Madison Stevens, Samantha Thompson, Luke Tomkowiak, Sofiya Vinnikova, Carolyn Wendel, Elliott Whanger and Katherine Wright.


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