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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 2018 AP exams. A total of 90 students, including two sophomores (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. 2018-19 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; 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 2018: Sophie Holland, Tarushi Mittal, Sophie Saland, and Katherine Smythe

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 2019: John Calvert, Sriya Dodda, Mason Gosslee, Will Minnis, Anisa Noor, Anastasia Sotiropoulos, and Maddie Tong

Scholars from the Class of 2018: Lauren Aronowitz, Julia Beckel, Amelia Danklef, Brenda Diaz, Jack Hardage, Isabel Harrington, Trevor Hobbs, Kathleen Hobson, Sophie Holland, Peyton Jeter, Lauchlin Langston, Ellery Marshall, Sarah Kate Massey, Thomas May, Brianna McLarty, Tarushi Mittal, Emilie Owens, Braden Rhone, Taylor Robertson, Sophie Saland, Katherine Smythe, Sophie Stener, Caitlyn Tong, and Carly Weisberg

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 2019: Allison Herring, Christian King, Walker Lay, Maggie Lipscomb, Clayton Mulford, Cooper Newsom, Christopher Talbot, and Ella Varel

Scholars from the Class of 2018: Samuel Bass, Rowen Brown, Meredith Moran, Pearson Riley, and Amanda Warren

AP Scholar: scored a 3 or higher on three or more AP exams

Scholars from the Class of 2020: Tarun Mittal, Richard Roberson

Scholars from the Class of 2019: Will Beck, Grace Boyd, Reece Breaux, Atticus Cabrales, Samy Dar, Elliot Duessel, Alexandra Everbach, Mackenzie Fain-Parish, Cameron Goldstein, McKinley Lawson, Lauren Marks, Jackson Mechem, Gianna Pope, Chloe Raines, Sydney Rezaie, Annie Saustad, Annie Sawers, Bella Scott, Jetlyn Toledo, Madison Willox, Anna Winkeler, and Evan Zheng

Scholars from the Class of 2018: Samantha Brosler, Emma Cabrales, Leta Flores, Hector Hernandez, Harrison Jin, Cameron Johnson, Matthew Jones, Edward King, Lauren Levy, Quincy Lynch, Suzanne McGee, Brandon Meaux, Aly Molubhoy, Sabrina Nuth, Isabella Siragusa, Campbell Smith, Margaret Smith, Ellery Spencer, Shelby Stansbury, Emma White, Kaicheng Zhang, and Gwyneth Zogg

To learn more about AP Awards and your students' scores, visit the AP Students website here.

Congratulations to these outstanding scholars!