PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- More than 100 AP Scholar awards went to Pleasantville High School students from the College Board.
The College Board recently announced 108 AP Scholar awards for Pleasantville High School students for "exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Exams," according to a press release from the school district. There were 36 handed out to students of the Class of 2014, who have the opportunity for further recognition, according to the release.
Roughly 22 percent of the 2.2 million students who took AP Exams earned awards, according to the release. The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement, based on the number of AP Exams taken and the scores earned, according to the release.
Students Amrithaa Gunabalan, Danielle Labruzzo, Colette McCullagh, Jeewan Naik, Matthew Pastore, Stephanie Rogers, Dana Stopler and Nicole Tu-Maung received the National AP Scholar Award, which is given to students who scored 4 or higher on 8 or more AP Exams and had an average grade of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, according to the release.
The Pleasantville High School AP Awards are listed below:
AP Scholars (scored 3 or higher on 3 or more AP Exams) — Nickolas Andreacchi, Kevin Barile, Erin Biggar, Jesse Calhoun, Thomas Casey, Alex Catalan, Alexandra Ciarcia, Michael Darmohraj, Jack Eisenberg, Lily Fearon, Jacqueline Fisher, Caroline Fraylick, Elen Halimou, Maggie Rose Heidepriem, Aidan Heintzman, Nicholas Hine, Maria Howe, Nina Kapoor, James Leyden, Justin Maldonado, Elizabeth Manley, Linsey Mathew, Shannon McLaughlin, Patricio Mendoza, Steven Mittelstadt, Joseph Nelson, Jacob Nemec, David Nieto, Kimberly O’Keeffe, Darby Olcott, Owen Reda, Erica Romano, Barrett Rosenbaum, Miranda Stein, Benjamin Taubenblatt, Jacob Wallace.
AP Scholars with Honor (scored 3 or higher on 4 or more AP Exams, with an average grade of 3.25 or above) — Adam Bucheister, Cary Chapman, Lloyd Chen, Alexandra Dolgetta, Julia Eisenberg, Charles Finn, Dylan Franks, Issei Herr, Christina Hibner, Katherine Hoyt, Eden Igielski, Teresa Indriolo, Claire Inglis, Margaret Kelley, Allison Longo, Alicia Marino, Jenna Rush, Julie Sanduski, Kyle Sanduski, Jessica Santos, Steven Sicignano, Mimi Sillings, Paul Stapleton, Magdalen Sullivan, Laine Vitkevich.
AP Scholars with Distinction (scored 3 or higher on 5 or more AP Exams, with an average grade of 3.5 or above) — Nikki Azznara, Lucia Becker, Kelly Bonanni, Rachel Cultice, Cameron Demaree, Diana Ganis, Michael Gratz, Amrithaa Gunabalan, Caroline Guttridge, Emily Hamilton, Anne Horton, William Matchen, Aaron Huang, Aviva Klein, Danielle Labruzzo, Christopher Leonard, John Leyden, Hagerah Malik, Nicholas Marengo, Francesca Marino, Colette McCullagh, Anna McGovern, Gabrielle Minton, Leslie Morales, Jeewan Naik, Matthew Pastore, Nicholas Pedlow, Emily Perrotti, William Post, Michael Proehl, Stephanie Rogers, Luke Scales, Emmalisa Stangarone, Dana Stopler, Francesca Trombetta, Nicole Tu-Maung, Charles Tulchin, Emily Ultan, Stephanie Wolf.