- Fox Chapel Area School District
AP Scholars Named
A total of 154 current Fox Chapel Area High School students and 2022 graduates were named Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars by the College Board for demonstrating college-level achievement on the AP examinations taken in May 2022. 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: 2022 graduates Patrick Alexander, Salim Bastress, Gabrielle Bell, Vasileios Benos, Alexa Berman, Noah Bradley, Nina Busch, Andrew Byersdorfer, Zhiyi Chen, Quentin Cook, William Cooper, Elizabeth Crookston, Shea Davison, David Dering, Justine Eng, Russell Fenton, Anna Ferris, Mona Gerges, Maia Gravina, Jordan Gwin, Claire Hamilton, Thomas Healy, Owen Hershey, Jonah Hertzman, Danielle Horne, Sydney Inglis, Nabeela Islam, Riley Johnson, Alaina Kaslewicz, Brett Kaufman, Sydney Kennedy, Janise Kim, Laura Klamut, Esther Ko, Zoe Lakkis, John Lorence, Hope Matthis, Nathaniel Mueller, Uma Muzumdar, Simeon Owens, Sangmin Park, Hannah Poole, Miguel Quemado, Lauren Rabbitt, Carter Rowe, Ashton Schutzman, Omar Shalaby, Annabel Siddons, Samuel Slember, Holden Smith, Emma Szymanski, Daniel Thomas, James Trageser, Beata Turnquist, Kaylee Uribe, Benjamin Veser, Eduardo Weissmann, Lance Wilhelm, Siddharth Yende, and Ann Yonas; and 2022-2023 seniors Delaney Asbury, Maya Bradley, Davina Chang, Elijah Conklin, Luke Curran, Aiden Dorneich, Matthew Fiedler, Zoe Fitzsimmons, Arjun Golla, Zachary Gordon, Nathaniel Green, Helia Hamidi, Ananth Kashyap, Paul Kullmann, Jonathan Li, Lawrence Liu, Matthew Lu, Silas Owens, Mahitha Ramachandran, Stephen Santilli, Thomas Selwood, Arvind Seshan, William Smith, Prajval Sreenivas, Ethan Tan, and Daniel Wang.
• 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: 2022 graduates Justine Bennett, Lidia Cavicchioli, James Dockey, Aidan Gleason, Samuel Henry, Max Johnson, Bridget Kilmer, Allison Monroe, Izabella Stern, Shrivardhan Thada, Anushka Vis, Ava Vita, and Alex Zatman; and 2022-2023 seniors Abigail Boleng, Talia Bugel, Caleb Hahl, Sonny Hur, Nora Johnson, Trevor Katz, Daniel Kim, Nathania Lingam, Charles Lusk, Rachel Persichetti, Kevin Quinn, Diya Reddy, Sophie Shao, Dylan Srodes, George Tabor, Blaz Vavpetic, Lydia Weidner, Luiza Weissmann, and Bowen Williams.
• The following graduates/students qualified for the AP Scholar award by receiving scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams: 2022 graduates Carlie Barnett, Owen Carter, Iona Clark, Julia DeMarco, Alicia Gu, Gabrielle Kline, Ian Mackey-Piccolo, Luke Murray, Ethan Napolitan, Esther Nawrocki, Enzo Rotunno, Finnbar Ruff, Tristan Sacco, Aurora Sauereisen, Oliver Smith, Rei Sperry, Sadie Terrick, Nicole Trasatti, Lydia Turnquist, Katherine Voigt, and Ryan Zatman; 2022-2023 seniors Ishaan Acharya, Siheng Chao, Aura Chuck Hernandez, Christopher Ernharth, Talis Jacob, Leah Kenyon, Matigan Kirk, Mia Lynch, Aadil Pattada, William Rice, Luka Romero, and Lindsay Scheffler; and 2022-2023 juniors Lucas Gravina, Henry Koloc, and Madeleine Stone.
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.