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CV, U-Hi students named AP scholars

The Lewis and Clark High School’s cast of “The Trumpet of the Swan” are seen in rehearsal. Pictured, from left, are Dominick Betts, Anna Maguire, James Elkin, Kezia Rhodes, Brittany Mendoza-Pena, Brie Cole, Sarah Wier, Clare Woodard, Noah Huang and Eric Woodard.
The Lewis and Clark High School’s cast of “The Trumpet of the Swan” are seen in rehearsal. Pictured, from left, are Dominick Betts, Anna Maguire, James Elkin, Kezia Rhodes, Brittany Mendoza-Pena, Brie Cole, Sarah Wier, Clare Woodard, Noah Huang and Eric Woodard.

Students from Central Valley and University high schools recently earned AP Scholar status for their academic excellence on their Advanced Placement exams.

National AP Scholars, awarded to students who receive an average grade of at least 4.0 on all AP exams taken and grades of 4.0 or higher on eight or more of the exams, were awarded to Jacob Conant, Karl Ellingson, Philip Howard, Donggyun Kim, Joshua Ross, Curtis Schmitz, and David Yuan, all of CVHS.

AP Scholars with Distinction, given to students who receive an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and grades of 3.0 or higher on five or more of the exams, from CV are: Oscar Arreguin, Samantha Bullock, Jacob Conant, Carlin Coulson, Katelyn Dolan, Karl Ellingson, Anusha Gollapalli, Hailee Herbst, Philip Howard, Corey Hunter, Gabrielle Ilenstine, Andrew Keeve, Donggyun Kim, Kelsey Mccune, Melissa Morgan, Mara Orenstein, Sidney Orr, Tyler Pichette, Joshua Ross, Curtis Schmitz, Dennis Schmitz, Austin Seely, Nicholas Shaber, Brady Simmelink, Elena Townsend, Jaclyn Urbanec, Tyler Valentine, and David Yuan. From U-Hi are: Jarred Biederstaedt, Anna Edlund, Rachel Getty, Joseph Hall, Juliana Kerbs, Conor Linehan, Samuel Polsin, Elizabeth Smith, Hannah Wesselman, and Joshua White.

AP Scholars with Honor, granted to students who receive an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and grades of 3.0 or higher on four or more of the exams, from CV are: Laura Arpin, Brock Benzel, Trevor Brown, Danielle Calcaterra, Rachel Casey, Spencer Cole, Sophie Kaatz, Jessie Kunz-Pfeiffer, Andrew Matheison, Emily McCarty, Frank Petrilli, Noah Rhodes, Alexander Thorson, and Matthew Troxel. From U-Hi are: Elyce Gamble, Rebecca Hall, Jacob Jones, Ella Lamm, Jennifer Loehner, Courtney Sherick, and Khalil Williams.

AP Scholars, awarded to students who receive grades of 3.0 or higher on three or more AP exams, from CV are: Ryan Baker, Elizabeth Bernbaum, Sarah Cable, Jacob Childers, Madisen Degeest, Tyler Duquette, Natalie Ford, Avery Frank, Gabriel Grabowski, Alec Grebe, Natalie Harrington, Hailey Hawkins, Matthew Hays, Foster Hockett, Matthew Hommel, Jared Johnson, Courtney Lauer, Clarisa Martinez, Mitchell McCarty, Mathew Merrick, Collin Nelson, Kennedi Newman, Jacob Nolan, Mackenzie Odea, Courtney Owens, Courtney Petrini, Brendan Reimer, Tyler Ribail, Christopher Salsbury, Chad Samuelson, Caitlin Shirley, Lauren Simpson, Ryo Smith, Abigail Stolp, Landon Toth, Jenna Vasquez, Rachel Wight, Bryan Wilson, Briton Woolf, and Davis Young . From U-Hi are: Piper Driskell, Aziza Foster, Adam Hawkins, Amelia Kannapien, Spencer Knudson, Emily Lyonnais, William Peregoy, Samantha Pickett, Joshua Ramsey, Shelby Rotchford, Austin Ruiz, Rilee Skidmore, Taylor Smith, Abigail Tunick, and Cassidy Walter .

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