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Mike Riehls

College Board recognizes South AP students


November 22, 2012
Grosse Pointe South High School announced its 2012 Advanced Placement Scholar Award winners, 147 students recognized by The College Board for exceptional achievements on AP exams. The 147 students averaged a 3.85 composite score.

Awards were based on several levels of achievement: National AP Scholars, AP Scholars with Distinction, AP Scholars with Honor and AP Scholars. At South, 11 students earned National AP Scholar Awards, for students with an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams and who score 4 or higher on eight or more exams. They are: Meredith Bury, Joshua Davey, Nathaniel Erickson, Elizabeth Fry, Paige Hackenberger, David Harris, Hannah Muller, Henry Muller, Abby Reimer, Nathan Troscinski and Frank Welsher.


Sixty-two students received AP Scholar with Distinction honors, granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams and score 3 or higher on five or more exams. Students are: Mark Adamszek, Carolyn Alam, Michael Aro, Erika Bade, Matthew Barnes, Reverie Beall, Edward Berkowski, Annalise Bissa, Rebecca Brewster, Megan Brooks, Somers Brush, Meredith Bury, Dawei Chen, Wesley Cimmarrusti, Joshua Davey, Nathaniel Erickson, Thomas Flynn, John Fordon, Christopher Fowler, Peter Fox, Elizabeth Fry, Paige Hackenberger, Brian Hall, Katherine Halso, David Harris, Caroline Hartman, Luke Hessurg, Connor Hogan, Charlotte Koelsch, Anna Kucharski, Jack Lightbody, Colleen Martin, Kelly McDonald, Edward Mollison, Claire Morrison, Benjamin Moss, Hannah Muller, Henry Muller, Natalie Murphy, Emma Ottenhoff, Lauren Phillips, Devon Pratt, Abby Reimer, Nicholas Robinson, Andrew Safran, Aubryn Samaroo, Jill Schumann, Zachary Soheim, Charles Sorge, Margaret Stafford, Maja Stamenkovska, Abigail Stapleton, Ellen Stewart, Johnathan Sullivan, Christina Swanson, Jaya Telang, Lewis Thomas, Alexa Thompson, William Tily, Nathan Troscinski, Frank Welsher and Jeffrey Woolstrum.

The following 30 students earned AP Scholar with Honor Awards, available to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams and score 3 or higher on four or more exams: Jessica Aboukasm, Ellen Aretakis, Conor Buckley, David Cook, Abby Couvreur, Sara Ellis, Carmen Engel, Mackenzie Feringa, Daniel Garberding, Matthew Geist, Lauren Graham, Maya Grever, Axel Ivers, Austin Jones, Alexander Knuth, Alexander Mackethan, Anthony Mager, Stuart McKay, Martin Moesta, Marie Monark, Nolan Monforton, Austin Montgomery, Alexander Parker, Alexander Peters, Phillip Reik, Alexandra Robinson, Jack Schulte, Cheyenne Tate, Connor Voiles and Casey Wizner.

There were 55 students who earned AP Scholar honors, awarded to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams. They include: Colin Anderson, Samuel Archinal, Andrew Barnett, Rachel Bellovich, Courtney Bilderbeck, Matthew Bove, Claire Boyle, Danielle Brayton, Henry Brophy, Katherine Campbell, Emily Cervone, Jordan Charette, Gena Crepault, Frank Cusumano, James Davies, Elizabeth DiMauro, Brian Fennell, Henry Fildes, George Fishback, Christina Flom, Chloe Gellert, Meredith Gilbert, Alexander Gosselin, Rachael Harrison, Andrew Hartz, William Hyde, Emily Jackman, Andrew Juergens, Madison Kaiser, Jessica Kaminski, Thomas Keating, Griffin Kiegiel, Milena Lai, Justin Lanyon, Adrian Lorenzana, Elena Lorenzana, Tristan Mackethan, Andrew Malley, Scott Mason, Christopher Montague, Catilin Moore, Anna Mordell, Giovanna Posselius, Savannah Rana, Blake Reece, Breanne Reisen, Shane Richardson, Joshua Rothenbuhler, Joseph Srebernak, Harriet Steinke, Carolyn Sullivan, Martin Voelker, Yichen Wang, Otto Wenzler and Hannah Wheeler.


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