AP Scholars Announced

At St. Agnes Academy, students took Advanced Placement (AP) exams in May 2016, earning college credit before they graduated high school. The AP Program measures demonstrated achievement in college-level subject matter for 11th and 12th grade students. Exams are offered in English Language, English Literature, U.S. Government, U.S. History, World History, Calculus (2), Biology, Chemistry, Spanish Language and Culture, Spanish Literature and Culture, Music Theory, Chinese Language, Statistics, Environmental Science, and Computer Science.
“St. Agnes Academy gave a record number of Advanced Placement tests this past spring and once again, our students' scores were exceptional. The pass rate for the Advanced Placement tests were an impressive 94%” said the former Director of Guidance Debbie Skelly. 

This year, we had ten members of the Class of 2016 named as National AP Scholars. National AP Scholar is the designation granted to students 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 the exams.  Students include: 

 Sara Baltz Folusho Jebutu
 Emily Bradshaw Chioma Onuoha
 Catherine Buthod Megan Rodriguez
 Sara Colburn Julia Rowley
 Jana Hermoso Jamie Smith
St. Agnes also recognizes our 56 AP Scholars with Distinction – students who received an average score of at least “3.5” on all AP exams taken, and scores of “3” or higher on five or more of the exams. This list includes the AP Scholars listed above and:
Marissa Barnes Annamae DurhamGrace Lee
Sarah Boatwright Cristina EscorciaLauren Loh
Sara Bobb  Stefanie FaucherJulie Mclamb
Aubrey CalawayAmaryllis FernandesMadeline Nassif
Colleen CarpenterChristina FuDorothy Nugent
Julia CasbarianKatherine FurseChinemelum Obijiofor
Constance ChampagneLaura GhorayebSidney Phillips
Lea ChemalyMiriam GonzalesMary Angela Ricotta
Carly ConeAbigail GredellElizabeth Roppolo
 Marisa CreixellElizabeth HannaAnalisa Ruiz
 Carolina CrucesMary HelgetClara Sanchez Cane
 Eleanor DavisClare HoelscherCatherine Schell
 Julia DouglasGrace KaplowMargaret Sohmer
 Meghan DoyleTolu LagbenroTriona Swanson
 Tiffany DulacaKathryn LangemeierJilia Tremont Teixeira
 Brittany Wheeler
There were 24 AP Scholars with Honor – students who received an average score of at least “3.25” on all AP exams taken, and scores of “3” or higher on four or more exams. Students include:

 Geraghty Alch Alexandra Lednicky Obaro Okopie
 McKinzie Chambers Meghan Lokay Kristina Salazar
 Sarah Collins Victoria Lutz Jane Schmidt
 Celeste Del Pilar Eryka Mendoza Sarika Shetty
 Madeleine Delgado Simal Mian Kylee Smith
 Emma Hansen Lindsey Mouch Adriana Van Tho
 Zehra Javed Ashley Nguyen Sara Van Tuerenhout
 Daphne Kokkinis Margaret Okhuysen Mary Welter
There were 42 AP Scholars – students who received scores of “3” or higher on three or more exams. Students include:

 Ellen Alley Catherine Gassiot Cameron McMenemy
 Parker Badger Emily Gonsoulin Xandra Meneses
 Sofia Botti Sarah Grant Caroline Rao
 Rylie Braza Jennifer Gray Margaret Ryan
 Makenna Bright Sophia Harris Marleny Salas
 Briana Cardenas Kelly Heilman Lucy Schoolfield
 Rebecca Carlson Lauren Henrichsen Daniela Sierra
 Annamaria Costantini Elizabeth Humber Erin Smith
 Bryan Covington Veronica Ibraheim Isabella Smythe
 Cara Day Anastasia Kontrimas Jacquelyn Solomon
 Blake Dykes Emma Laub Hannah Tate
 Mary Felix Racquel Lyn Lanvy Vu
 Lauren Fogt Mary Grace Mahoney Emily Welter
 Caitlyn Gaddy Brenna McKay LeeAnne Williams