FCAHS Students Named AP Scholars
A total of 143 current Fox Chapel Area High School students and 2023 graduates were named Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars by the College Board for demonstrating college-level achievement on the AP examinations taken in May 2023. The College Board recognizes three levels of achievement based on the number of courses and exams.
•The following graduates/students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction award by earning an average score of 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams: 2023 graduates Ishaan Acharya, Delaney Asbury, Maya Bradley, Talia Bugel, Davina Chang, Siheng Chao, Elijah Conklin, Luke Curran, Matthew Fiedler, Zoe Fitzsimmons, Arjun Golla, Zachary Gordon, Nathaniel Green, Caleb Hahl, Helia Hamidi, James Harris, Nicholas Harris, Sonny Hur, Talis Jacob, Nora Johnson, Ananth Kashyap, Trevor Katz, Leah Kenyon, Daniel Kim, Samuel Kuhns, Paul Kullmann, Jonathan Li, Nathania Lingam, Tyler Miller, Nathan Moore, Silas Owens, Rachel Persichetti, Mahitha Ramachandran, Diya Reddy, William Rice, Luka Romero, Stephen Santilli, Lindsay Scheffler, Thomas Selwood, Sophie Shao, Salvatore Smith, William Smith, Prajval Sreenivas, Dylan Srodes, George Tabor, Ethan Tan, Blaz Vavpetic, Daniel Wang, and Luiza Weissmann; and 2023-2024 seniors Annalese Bartolacci, Jack Cannon, Amelia Costello, David Feder, Adam Ferris, Emmett Gillespie, Lucas Gravina, Eileen Healy, Henry Koloc, Shriya Krishnamurthy, Lakshanya Rajaganapathi, Oscar Ruff, Michael Shin, Madeleine Stone, Adhitya Thirumala, Kieu My Tong, Gloria Wen, Abraham White, Isabella White, Dylan Work, and Bridget Yun.
•The following graduates/students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor award by earning 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: 2023 graduates Alexsander Kirby, Matigan Kirk, Mia Lynch, Kevin Quinn, Stella Ruane, Oliver Stephany, Jackson Stevens, Joseph Thomas, and Lydia Weidner; and 2023-2024 seniors Jacob Anthikad, Joseph Berger, Dylan Berman, Micah Cagley, Grady Cullen, Logan Dressman, Gabriel Felman, Katherine Haas, Anna Iasella, Darren Jayaratnam, Madelyn Jones, Whitney Jones, Emma Kim, Kathleen Krebs, Massimo Lagazzi, Lucy Larsen, Jenna Lazaro, Benjamin Myers, Nora Siri, Emily Torbert, Gabriella Urso, and Andrew Wagner.
•The following graduates/students qualified for the AP Scholar award by receiving scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams: 2023 graduates Lily Adams, John Paul Brach, Zoe Broyles, Philipp Drappatz, Jonathan Farah, Antonio Mantella, Diego Marshal, Aadil Pattada, Hyunjin Ro, Alina Stiger, and Joseph Zgurzynski; 2023-2024 seniors Caroline Berger, Joshua Correnti, Maria Costantino, Nicholas Cusano, Anna Dering, Madeline Fontenot, Evelyn Healy, Isaac Jacobs, Alex Kaufmann, Clara Kelley, Chloe Kim, Mikayla Korczynski, Harry Littwin, Rebecca Lokshanov, John Lynch, Jacob Milgrub, Rose Mullan, Annaliese Pham, Miguel Quercia Marcano, Harlan Sheehan, Micah Shelley, Claudia Smith, Safiya Stewart, and Anna Troutman; and 2023-2024 juniors Murugan Ayyanar, Brooke Fenton, Etash Jhanji, Patton Johnson, Arnim Kuchhal, Matus Vecera, and Jin Zhang.
Advanced Placement exams are graded on a 5-point scale, with 5 being the highest. Most of the nation’s four-year colleges and universities award credit and/or advanced placement for qualifying exam scores. Every year, AP examinations are offered in a wide variety of subject areas, each consisting of multiple-choice and free-response (essay or problem-solving) questions.