110 Baylor Students And Grads Earn AP Scholar Awards

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

There are 110 Baylor School students and recent graduates who have earned Advanced Placement Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. The recognized students' average score on the exams was 3.73. 

With the AP Scholar Awards, the AP Program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on AP Exams. 

Baylor grads Fanjun "Frank" Bu '17, Reagan Imsand '17, and Talus Iorio-Ronek '17 all qualified for the "National AP Scholar Award" by earning an average score of 4 or higher on a five-point scale on all AP exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. Bu, Imsand, and Iorio-Ronek were also included in the group earning the "AP Scholar with Distinction Award." 

Thirty-seven students qualified for the "AP Scholar with Distinction Award" by earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. These students are Ellie Bixler '17, Charis Boyd '17, Frank Bu '17, Peter Ceren '17, Payton Grande '17, Lynn Gui '18, Mary Drue Hall '17, Pete Harinsuit '17, Hayley Harwood '18, Mandy Huang '18, Reagan Imsand '17, Talus Iorio-Ronek '17, Ashton Jenne '17, Lynn Jiang '17, A. J. Johnson '17, Jamie Kessler '17, Cam King '17, Lauren King '17, Anthony Kranis '18, Teddy Lepcio '18, Thomas Liang '17, Peter Lochmaier '17, Madison MacDonald '17, Grace McKenney '18, Hailey Miller '17, Chapin Montague '17, Sims Pettway '17, Evan Race '18, Will Schatzman '17, Sherry Tang '17, Lizzie Thoni '17, Xander von Klar '17, Charlie Weeks '17, Eric Wu '18, Kevin Yang '18, Tiger Yang '17, and Teresa Zhang '17. 

Twenty-three students qualified for the "AP Scholar with Honor Award" by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. These students are McLain Bender '17, Tristan Benedict '17, Kamryn Bloh '17, Andrew Butt '18, Elizabeth Cansler '17, Chris Chen '18, Rose Dallimore '18, Matthew Davis '18, Haille Dinger '17, Vera Jin '18, Alec Kadrie '17, Tate Prater '17, Erin Ray '17, Tarver Rolleston '18, Carmen Ross '18, Isabelle Rowan '17, Alan Shi '18, Mattie Sienknecht '17, Katy Smith '17, Clay Thames '18, Lilly Turner '17, Jarrod Vetzel '18, and Maiya Workman '18. 

Fifty students qualified for the "AP Scholar Award" by completing three or more AP exams with scores of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are Alison Anderson '17, Rileigh Arrington '17, Makenna Avitabile '17, Hannah Berke '18, Mya Grace Bevis '17, Matthew Boyer '17, Briana Brady '17, Emma Buckley '17, Jackson Bush '18, Nadan Cho '17, Brianna Costilow '19, Patrick Curran '17, Annie Dethero '17, Isabelle Drayer '18, Jennah Fisher '18, Abby Freeman '18, Charlie Glascock '17, Sam Govan '18, Logan Hinch '17, Mary Blair Horner '18, Connie Hui '18, Carrie Jordan '18, Sam Joyner '17, Hailey Kleban '18, Isabella Kong '19, Hunter Lane '17, Eleanor Lee '18, Wilson Maclellan '17, Virginia McEvoy '18, Michael Monroe '17, Lilly Mooney '18, Gabrielle Poteet '18, Bennet Potluri '17, Chase Roswall '17, Mary Kathryne Schumaker '18, Sophie Shea '18, Sarah Sims '17, Whitley Smith '17, David Stultz '17, Anne Taylor '17, David Thompson '17, Sydney Tindall '17, Jack Tucker '18, Tong Wei '18, Josie White '18, Hannah Williams '17, Cam Willis '17, Jane Wilson '17, Yiyang Xu '17, and Liam Zhang '18.



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