The Advanced Placement Scholar Awards recognize high school students who have demonstrated exemplary college-level achievement on their AP exams. This year, ESD had an incredible number of students who were awarded for their performance on the 2019 AP exams. A total of 107 students, including one sophomore (now junior), scored high enough on their AP exams to be awarded the title of an AP Scholar and more. Pictured above are many of ESD's current students who earned this achievement.
ESD offers 32 Advanced Placement coursework options. 2019-20 AP classes include Art History; Biology; Calculus AB; Calculus BC; Chemistry; Comparative Government; Computer Science A; Computer Science Principles; English Language & Composition; English Literature & Composition; Environmental Science; Environmental Science & Engineering; European History; French Language & Culture; Latin; Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Psychology; Physics I; Physics II; AP Seminar; Spanish Language & Culture; Statistics; Studio Art: Ceramics, Drawing, 2-D Portfolio, 3-D Design, Photography; U.S. Government & Politics; and World History.
National AP Scholar: scored a 4 or higher on eight or more AP exams and an average score of 4 on all AP exams taken. These students are also AP Scholars with Distinction.
Scholars from the Class of 2020: Kevin Jin and Tarun Mittal
Scholars from the Class of 2019: Christian King, Walker Lay, Will Minnis, Cooper Newsom, Anisa Noor, and Annie Sawers
AP Scholar with Distinction: scored a 3 or higher on five or more AP exams with an average score of 3.5 on all AP exams taken.
Scholars from the Class of 2020: Virginia Baker, Sameer Bhasin, Abby Brand, Brodie Burke, Yash Dayal, Ned Dockery, Spencer Dunn, Meera Gangasani, Zain Haq, Nick Harapanahalli, Henry Isom, Kevin Jin, Daniel Kaplan, Tarun Mittal, and River Woods
Scholars from the Class of 2019: Grace Boyd, Reese Breaux, Miguel Bustamante, John Calvert, Sriya Dodda, Alexandra Everbach, William Greening, William Hargrave, John Heldman, Allison Herring, Christian King, Walker Lay, Maggie Lipscomb, Will Minnis, Clayton Mulford, Cooper Newsom, Anisa Noor, Cole Nugent, Taezja Phelan, Chloe Raines, Annie Saustad, Annie Sawers, Isabella Scott, Christopher Talbot, Jetlyn Toledo, Maddie Tong, Ella Varel, Madison Willox, and Anna Winkeler
AP Scholar with Honor: scored a 3 or higher on four or more AP exams and an average score of 3.25 on all AP exams taken.
Scholars from the Class of 2020: Kerrm Ahsan, Lily Baughman, Elizabeth Carrie, Jade Donahue, Kate Flanagan, Zeke Gibson, Ty Johnson, Brian Jones, Alexander Konradi, Jack Loftus, Zain Mian, Isabella Pfister, Abby Ragan, and Sohaib Raza
Scholars from the Class of 2019: Katelin Gildersleeve, Cameron Goldstein, Mason Gosslee, Danny Kung, McKinley Lawson, Lauren Marks, Jackson Mechem, Nicole Raines, Anastasia Sotiropoulos, Christian King, Walker Lay, Will Minnis, Cooper Newsom, Anisa Noor, and Annie Sawers
AP Capstone Diploma: scored a 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on 4 additional AP Exams.
Scholars from the Class of 2020: Brodie Burke, Zain Haq, and Nick Harapanahalli
Scholars from the Class of 2019: John Calvert, Sriya Dodda, and Anna Winkeler
AP Scholar: scored a 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.
Scholars from the Class of 2021: Clay Watson
Scholars from the Class of 2020: Cambridge Bender, Lauren Egger, Aidan Hieber, Grace Judin, Caroline Massey, Selam Mekbeb-Gillett, Val Mooty, Rachel Morrow, Blayre Riley, Richard Roberson, David Russell, and Hadley Smith
Scholars from the Class of 2019: Brenda Baez, Jack Beck, John Betts, Jay Browne, Atticus Cabrales, Samy Dar, Ale De La Cruz, Elliot Duessel, Mackenzie Fain-Parish, Izzy Gonzales, Sarah Hands, Grace Inglis, Aylah Karim, Story Langston, Jenna Levy, Molly McBrayer, Ethan Nghiem, Patrick Phillips, Gianna Pope, Sydney Rezaie, Auden Rudelson, Abby Stanford, Luke Stanford, Chloe Williams, Michael Wirtz, Kelsey Wittmann, and Evan Zheng
To learn more about AP Awards and your students' scores, visit the AP Students website here.
Congratulations to these outstanding scholars!