Nov. 2, 2016: The College Board has recognized 104 current and former Bronxville High School students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses during the 2015-2016 academic year as Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars. The students earned this distinction by achieving outstanding scores on AP exams they took in May of 2016.

Bronxville High School offers students the opportunity to enroll in college-level AP courses in Studio Art, Art History, English Language Composition, English Literature, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, U.S. History, World History, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Computer Science A, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, French, Latin, and Spanish.

Successful completion of AP courses can allow students to earn college credit or to skip introductory courses when they enroll in college.

Scores of 3 or better on the exams, designated as “qualified” by The College Board, indicate that students have demonstrated the proficiency to succeed at introductory-level college coursework in the subject or subjects tested.

Below are the students ranked as AP Scholar, AP Scholar with Honor, AP Scholar with Distinction, and National AP Scholar.

AP Scholar: Achieved an average score of at least 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.

Sam B. Aherne
Natalie Arenzon
Mallory G. Bates
Nikolaas Bender
Mia G. Bettino
John Calabrese
Olivia M. Cappello
William M. Cioffi
Max Clark
Sydney Coddington
Caroline Colavita
Samuel H. Connors
David J. DiMolfetta
Sophia Doukas
Tucker Duncan
Yasmeen H. Fahr
Mary E. Finley
Roy C. Gosnell
Andrew C. Harwood Jr. 
Sophie Kohlhoff
Amy Kwok
Michael P. Landy
Alexander M. Leibovitz
Jack E. Mcdonough
Peter S. Meyers
Andrew M. Murray
Anthony Napolitano
Michelle Paulson
Ohto Pentikainen
William S. Purdy
Julia F. ReichelOlivia K. Samios
Meagan C. Scotti
Taylor A. Sears
John M. Seminara
Robert J. Simon Jr. 
Nicholas E. Sutherland
Juliet A. Timmins
Matthew L. Toal
Georgia N. Veru
Arman J. Vranka
William E. Vranka
Veronica Walsh

AP Scholar with Honor: Achieved 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.

Allegra Alfano
Connor P. Barrett
Ian A. Baxter
Michael Calabrese
Jeanne Chrisanthopoulos
Jason C. Cushman
Indira DasGupta 
Joseph F. Dougherty
Lauren Gray
Natalia Kaminski
Natalie T. Kister
John Markola 
Lain E. Miller
Hanford F. Neild
Lindsay Nobles
Dryden F. Quigley
Nicolette G. Romley
William B. Smyth

AP Scholar with Distinction:  Achieved an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more exams.

Cameron D. Adamiyatt
Noor B. Ahmad 
William H. Anderson
Molly I. Bertheaud
Matthew Bettino
John Brakatselos
Ellie A. Briskin
Ralph J. Chrappa
Caroline G. DePaul
Yosman Dhar
Alessandra S. Diaz
Christopher E. Gay
Ansley E. Jones
Stephen Kanganis
Hiroshi Kawakatsu
Emme M. Kerj
Audrey M. Kim
Remi M. Laurence
Emma Lewis
Thomas J. Maldonado 
Gabriella Markola
Margaret H. McKelvy
Christopher S. Miller
Alessandra D. Minoli
Thomas Neville
Brennan E.O'Toole
Trevor L. Pettit
Nicola H. Phillips
Fallon A. Raviol
Ethan D. Reich
Patrick T. Rich
Hilary F. Rizzo
Kaitlin E. Ryan
Nicholas A. Saluti
Caroline S. Schetlick
Charlotte Lu Schmuck
Saige Sunier
James Swartz
William B. Tague
Daniel J. von Albade
Charles J. Vorbach
Timothy G. Weir
Trevin Winston

The College Board interprets a score of 4 or better on AP exams as indicating that a student is well qualified to perform work at the introductory college course level.

National AP Scholar:   Achieved an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken, as well as scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.

William H. Anderson
Matthew Bettino
Yosman Dhar
Christopher E. Gay
Emma Lewis
Christopher S. Miller
Nicola H. Phillips 
Timothy G. Weir

Editor's note:  A special thank you to Anne Abbatecola, director of counseling, for supplying the list of students.

Pictured here:  The Bronxville School library.

Photo by A. Warner

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