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Jefferson, Kennedy students named AP Scholars
Published on August 3, 2017
The College Board Advanced Placement (AP) program has recognized six National AP Scholars, 58 AP Scholars with Distinction, 32 AP Scholars with Honor and 97 AP Scholars from Bloomington Jefferson and Kennedy high schools.
National AP Scholars are students who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more exams.
National AP Scholars are Nathan Glenna, Jessica Jenkins, Ian Klein, Robert Martz, Kristin Monson and Nathan Noma.
AP Scholars with Distinction are students who earned an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more exams.
AP Scholars with Distinction: Umaimah Ahmed, Gunnar Anderson, Priscilla Arroza, Emma Augdahl, Weston Braun, Pierce Brown, Lukas Buhler, Paul Cavanah, Ian Cooke, Hayley Dickinson, Anna Finnegan, David Floeder, Zachary George, Jacquelyn Gerhardson, Sophia Gleason, Rachel Graff, Isaac Hanson, Elena Hayday, Ethan Hight, Jocelyn Jaimez, Jessica Jenkins, Isaac Kasahara, Madison Kuehn, Matthew Leitgen, Mia Locquegnies, Elise Longley, Joshua Lueth, Marley Lund, Zane Lundsgaard, Molly Maiwurm, Kristin Monson, Krista Murphy, Kingsley Neequaye, Nicole Neurock, Andrew Newinski, Sonia Olson, Kenny Peng, Sam Pertl, Alyson Plaman, Casey Porter, Katherine Propsom, Elizabeth Rahn, Anussa Ravinthiran, Julian Redish, Tyler Riemersma, Molly Roach, Savannah Salato, Rachel Schauer, Matthew Steigauf, Gabrielle Stoa, Isabel Taylor, Jack Tillotson, Alexander Thomson, Adeline Vacura, Gretchen Vacura, Samuel Vacura, Cheri Wang and Jack Wisniewski
AP Scholars with Honor are students who earned an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more exams.
AP Scholars with Honor: Azriella Anderson, Morgan Berggren, Hoffman Boyea, Jordan Brezinka, Anton Burton, Ella Carlson, Zoe Gabrielson, Ryan Gottsleben, Anna Hegland, Alexandra Janey, Isaac Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Camille Jones, Chloe Larson, Morgan Limmer, Delaney Loken, William McCrea, Emma Moore, Elizabeth Mosch, Kathryn Orcutt, Sydney Ovsak, Harrison Russell-Pribnow, Danielle Schrank, Elias Sinner, Bharath Sivaram, Jacob Smiley, Noah Tran, Rachel Walton, Jamie Wang, Andrew Wichterman, Liam Williams, Tenzin Yangtso
AP Scholars are students who earned a score of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.
AP Scholars: Alexandra Akem, Erik Allen, Frederick Alonzi, Allison Andersen, Rachel Anderson, Evangel Anyiwe, Rosalie Arpin, Samantha Baker, Julia Benson, Caleb Bjerkeset, Anna Cole, Josilyn Currier, Zubeir Dagane, Joshua Dahlager, Marissa Dauner, Claire Davis, Eyoab Desalegn, Mary Dombeck, Katie Dums, Reanni Dupingay, Peter Elliott, Hallie Ezaki, Liam Fay, Moira Fay, Sabrina Ford, Joshua French, Stuart Fronk, Lillian Garretson, Peter Gathje, Joseph Gibbs, William Gomes, Makayla Grant, Alexandra Green, Anna Grotins, Nathan Grund, Renato Hernandez, Quinn Heutmaker, Emmanuel Honore, Ruth Honore, Carter Johnson, Nicholas Jurchisin, Megan Kendall, Sarah Kinsey, Ingrid Koester, Gregory Kohler, Aria Kramarczuk, Kole Krause, Daniela Kunkel, Thomas Kunnasery, Kayla LaRue, Neython Lec Streitz, Evelynn Lennon, John Lindgren, Gabriela Lierena, Zona Lynch, Charles Maki, Max Mallinger, Ryan Martz, Kendra McGuinness, Ryan Meany, Victoria Miller, Tyler Nanoff, Garrett Norberg, Wilson Nyakeri, Anna Olson, Mark Olstad, Annika Palmquist, Lucille Palmquist, Lukas Panvica, Dimitri Persaud, Vivian Pham, Isabella Phan, Eva Phanp, Lauren Rosenberg, Seth Rosenberg, Kristin Sako, Francesca Schack, Joseph Schueller, Anthony Schuette, Lindsey Semrau, Maria Shelton, Sophie Si, Emily Steward, Emily Stoltz, Haakon Svendsen, Elizabeth Taffe, Tre’Von Tellor, Ben TenBroek, Kyle Thomson, Erica Tiemann, Emily Vodovnik, Lauren Wallace, Nathan Wandmacher, Casey Warden, Eleanor Watson, Roland Wenzel, Andrew Westo