134 Westlake High Students Named AP Scholars

One-hundred thirty-four current and former Westlake High School students were named AP Scholars by the College Board’s AP Program in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Exams.

Students take AP exams in May after completing challenging college-level courses at their high schools. The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on the number of yearlong courses and exams.

Nineteen students qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning scores of 4 or better on five-plus AP exams. They are:

  • Jolie Bogart
  • Maislin Bogart
  • Claire Brewer
  • Chloe Chen
  • Isabella DiGiulio
  • Richard Garber
  • Ella Gray
  • Nathaniel Gray
  • Talya Jeter
  • Joseph Kneisel
  • Amelia Martens
  • Rafaela Melikian
  • Hyun Park
  • Abigail Rence
  • Chad Sargent
  • Mihir Shetty
  • Megan Stewart
  • Meghana Tandon
  • Talia Zheng

Twenty students earned AP Scholars with Honors awards for scores of 3 or higher on four or more exams. They are:

  • Tara Al-Hashimy
  • Mohammad Ali
  • Paige Bowman
  • Haley Brennan
  • Lydia Choban
  • Alex Choi
  • Catherin Cirincione
  • Ethan Connor
  • James Demarsh
  • Andrew Franklin
  • Jonathan Hom
  • Nathan Hsiao
  • Eric Kronz
  • Nour Lababede
  • Martin Schaefer
  • Janan Shouman
  • Matthew Toner
  • Colin Walsh
  • Jack Williams
  • Albert Zhou

Forty-six students earned AP Scholar with Distinction awards for earning an average score of at least 3 or higher on five or more exams. They are:

  • Michael Albainy
  • Jolie Bogart
  • Maislin Bogart
  • Claire Brewer
  • Benjamin Carson
  • Chloe Chen
  • Mitchell Cusick
  • Henyah Dardir
  • Tomas De Urquidi
  • Akshyasri Dhinakaran
  • Isabella DiGiulio
  • Amber Dinchman
  • David Essig
  • Robert Fulop
  • Richard Garber
  • Ella Gray
  • Nathaniel Gray
  • Natalie Hazapis
  • Talya Jeter
  • Joseph Kneisel
  • Brian Knott
  • Emma Mangels
  • Amelia Martens
  • Daniel Mather
  • Rafaela Melikian
  • Abigail Moutoux
  • Hyun Park
  • Akhilesh Reddy
  • Connor Reis
  • Abigail Rence
  • Benjamin Routhier
  • Hannah Salem
  • Chad Sargent
  • Adam Schordock
  • Laruen Schultz
  • Mihir Shetty
  • Eliza Steinman
  • Megan Stewart
  • Dana Tamim
  • Meghana Tandon
  • Samantha Thomas
  • Jennifer Wagner
  • Rachel Wagner
  • Teagan Walsh
  • Natalie Wride
  • Talia Zheng

Forty-nine students earned AP Scholar awards for earning an average score of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams taken.

They are:

  • Mohammed Abdulameer
  • Zahraa Abdulameer
  • Ghazal Abidibi
  • Kari Adkins
  • Obada Alsabony
  • Vivek Aslot
  • Claire Beck
  • Usman Bokhari
  • Amin Boukzam
  • Katherine Bowe
  • Daniel Carbeck
  • Gracie Chenevey
  • Lance Clemons
  • Jacob Collins
  • Lila Dean
  • Matthew Eppele
  • Alexandria Floyd
  • Charles Floyd
  • Anthony Fusco
  • Amy Hizlan
  • Eric Horwitz
  • Madison Hughes
  • Samantha Jablonski
  • Rahul Jain
  • Mia Jeter
  • Roshni Khatri
  • Julia Kreeger
  • Max Kreeger
  • Madina Mahmoud
  • Rohan Patel
  • Emma Peeler
  • Angelia Poulopoulos
  • Polyxeni Poulos
  • Jane Protos
  • Stephanie Randar
  • Kaitlyn Reimer
  • Robert Rennard
  • Isabelle Sanchez
  • Kathryn Sanchez
  • Matthew Sarsam
  • Nicholas Schwochow
  • Julia Sherwin
  • Madison Stanca
  • Matthew Wallenhorst
  • Meghan Watkins
  • Nolan Westfall
  • Kara Wilkinson
  • Isabella Zanotti
  • Sammi Zhang

Most of the nation’s colleges and universities award credit, advanced placement or both based on successful performance on the AP exams. More than 1,400 institutions award a full year’s credit to students presenting a sufficient number of qualifying grades. There are 35 AP exams offered in 19 subject areas, each consisting of multiple-choice and free-response (essay or problem-solving) questions, except for the Studio Art exam, which evaluates students’ original artwork.

Westlake offers 19 AP classes in Studio Art, Computer Science Principles, English Literature and Composition, English Language and Composition, Calculus AB/BC, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics, World History, American History, American Government, European History, Art History, and French, German, Latin & Spanish languages.

 

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