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112 Central Valley High School students earn Advanced Placement recognition

The College Board has named 112 Central Valley High School students as AP Scholars in recognition of their achievements in the Advanced Placement Program exams.

Students who earn a minimum average score of 4 out of a highest possible score of 5 are named as a National AP Scholar. The six qualifying students:

Elise Brockbank, Fielding Demars, Catherine Kartchner, Ryu Sharma, Jason Vasquez and Alyssa Zadra.

Students who earn a minimum average score of 3.5 with a minimum score of 3 on five or more exams are named as an AP Scholar with Distinction. The 52 students who qualified:

William Ames, Yuxuan Bai, Samantha Barrie, Leah Berkowitz, Megumi Bernardo, Caleb Betts, Elise Brockbank, Claire Buchheit, Hannah Craig, Fielding Demars, Cyrus Dereu, Collin Edvalson, Nathan Fightmaster, Caleb Grabowski, Elizabeth Gutierrez, Ethan Hagmann, Jaiden Haley, Grant Hannan, Allison Hartshorn, James Hess, Ayianna Hopkins, Nathan Johnson, Javion Joyner, Pamel Kang, Catherine Kartchner, Benjamin Kiehn, Jill Lambie, Hanna Lundblad, Kate Madrian, Bekk Martin, Eric Matheison, Brian Munro, Sarah Nicholls, Holland Pratt, Joshua Reneau, Noah Reneau, Gabriel Romney, Heather Ross, Tyler Rowell, Ryu Sharma, Aubony Slack, Reese Strom, Christopher Tamayo, Spencer Taylor, Daniel Troxel, Kavina Turpin, Jason Vasquez, Jack Wampler, Jasmine Wen, Calvin Whybrew, Alyssa Zadra and Tyler Zarecor.

Students who earn a minimum average score of 3.25 with a minimum score of 3 on four or more exams are named as an AP Scholar with Honor. The 18 students who qualified:

Shawn Barnett, Brendan Bertone, Justin Carter, Britton Curtis, Julia Fox, Kaelyn Frederick, Anna Gabbert, Mason Guerdette, Amanda Hanson, Benjamin Harris, Dion Hubert, Brianna Kimberley, Ryan Kline, Michaela Laabs, Sara Lynn, Erica Pecha, Meggan Reimer and Abigail Sims.

Students who earn a score of 3 on three or more exams are named an AP Scholar. The 42 qualifying students:

Nathan Anderson, Rachel Anderson, Alexander Arpin, Spencer Auth, Andrew Bertone, Cameron Bonsignore, Madison Britain, Brianna Cozino, Abigail Creach, Dante Cruz, Alexa Davis, John Dunne, John Gregory, Isabel Haymore, SiQi He, Angela Hoene, Dawson Jordan, Geoffrey Julian, Anna Lamoreaux, Travis Lang, Jenna Lauer, Jerred Mace, Noah Moffeit, Kali Natarajan, Joseph Nicholls, Hayden Nolting, Cassandra Ortiz-Nelsen, Gavin Ostheimer, Anna Pecha, Brandon Reis, Chloe Robbins, Roni Roundtree, Kylee Samuelson, Milan Saric, Jeana Simpson, Samantha Smith, Ethan Stewart, Luke Walker, Emily Wasson, Sydney Webb, Seamus Welch and Brittney Wheeler.

Out of all the 112 students who qualified, 43 are sophomores or juniors.

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