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NNPS students named AP Scholars
Honor celebrates college-level work

(09/16/2015) -Two hundred and nineteen Newport News Public Schools students were named 2015 AP (Advanced Placement) Scholars. Students given this distinction had to take at least three AP Exams and score a 3 or better on each exam in order to qualify.

Five Newport News Public Schools students have been named National Advanced Placement Scholars for their achievements on Advanced Placement exams. Most of the students graduated from high school in June. National AP Scholars receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more exams. The students are:

  • Menchville High School: Matthew Arnold, Chad Biever, Wesley Jordan and Louis Rizzi.

  • Warwick High School: Benjamin Grau.

Forty-six students were named AP Scholars with Distinction, an honor given to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more exams. The schools and students are:

  • Menchville High School: Matthew Arnold, Chad Biever, Rafael Chontos, Samantha Conlin, Christen Dahl, Alper Direskeneli, Kathleen Elder, Hunter Goodrich, Ashley Hawes, Nicole Hedgepeth, Wesley Jordan, Mbiye Kasonga, Connor McCarthy, Emily Moliken, Louis Rizzi and Isabella Rossi.

  • Warwick High School: Melissa Allbrandt, Victoria Baker, Sahaj Bhatt, Rachel Brunt, Rhiannon Edwards, Mala Goodrich, Benjamin Grau, Megan Gravette, Paul Harrington, Benjamin Lambert, Kyra Majors, Christian May, Emily May, Rakshith Raghu, Gavin Washburn and Sean Wells.

  • Woodside High School: Liam Kyla Averion, Heather Cole, Carey Crooks, Juan Dejesus, Allison Fitzgerald, Amanda Ford, Leann Hamilton, Kiera Holt, May Hu, Zoe McFadden, Anastacia McKean, Olivia Ritz, Samantha Signorelli and Ryleigh Tatum.

Twenty-nine students were named AP Scholar with Honor, a distinction given to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more exams. The schools and students are:

  • Denbigh High School: Acierto Cabigas.

  • Menchville High School: Madison Correiro, Andrew Currier, Gerald Evans, Daphne Gomez, Joseph Grube, Aaron Hanny, Joshua Jones, Chan Dong Kim, Miles McAllister, Madeline Morello, Kayla Paxton, Rosemarie Rizzi, Sarah Scott, Elijah Steele, Jessica von Schmidt-Pauli, Bethany Willis and Griffen Younger.

  • Warwick High School: Jonathan Lacson, Amelia Lawrence, Ann May, Jakob Sibley and Joanne Sims.

  • Woodside High School: Felicity Borries, Frederic Borries, Monique Iyile, Ayanna Kimble, Athena Krafft and Aaron Morris.

One hundred forty-four students were named AP Scholars, a distinction given to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams. The schools and students are:

  • An Achievable Dream Middle and High School: Adrianna Diggs

  • Denbigh High School: Stephanie Bellido, Shannon Connelly, William Hautsch, Donald Jenkins, Antonio Tucker and Kenneth Wignall.

  • Heritage High School: Elizabeth Sroka.

  • Menchville High School: Serenity Abdullah-Muhammad, Faraz Alam, Benjamin Bashore, Jessica Bennett, Sasha Blazanovic, Kaylee Boyd, Jason Bradie, Jamie Brandenburg, Quinn Brock, Austin Childress, Anna Christian-Lewicki, Joshua Clemons, Alisa Cloutier, Chase Conder, Khalil Daoud, Halle Forbes, Brandon Franklin, Austin Freeman, Matthew Gallagher, Myles Goggins, Fotini Gouletas, Aaron Hodges, Amber Hollingsworth, Briana Hunter, Brett Kennedy, Brandon King, Hunter Lash, Hannah Lucas, Amanda Mathis, Katherine Mazary, Hailey Melzer, William Miller, Michael Minium Jr., Benjamin Mitchell, Carol Montgomery, Dana Needham, Benjamin Norfleet, Jamie Peltz, Kylie Potter, Laura Ray, Alyssa Ruhlen, Ellen Russell, Jonathan Sean, Morgan Searcy, Sydney Shohan, Scott Simpson, Alexandria Smith, Annaliza Snipes, Matthew Stephens, Matthew Strehle, Christopher Thomas, Jonah Thoreson, Malik Wallace, Jessica Wilbur and Austin Young.

  • Warwick High School: Nicolas Albright, Aja Bradley, Elizabeth Daley, Liam Davidson, Austin Ebel, Jack Erickson, Madison Garman, Helen Goggins, Elianna Goldstein, Spencer Harrell, William Hutchins, Taylor Johnson, Emma Jones, Jacob Kelly, Matthew Klug, Quintin Lassiter Jr., Ethan Manicone, Frank May, Christian Murphy, Brenna Murray, Siheng Pan, Sasha Patel, Luna Powell, Mikhayla Powers, Andre Rascoe, Rachel Rose, Benjamin Roston, Abigail Sawyer, Las Shar, Matilyn Shields, Andrew Smith, Caleb Thornton, Rambert Tyree, Alana Venable, Jalisa Waddell, Conor Washburn and Johniece Woodard.

  • Woodside High School: Nicholas Adams, Adriana Allen, Alexander Bagoly, Rachel Bean, Craig Benson, Briana Bradham, Bianca Brinceanu, Akea Cader, Giselle Cherbony, Emma Cvitanovich, Alyssa Day, Tiana Estrada, Nicholas Fallon, Heather Ford, Joshua Hall, Rebecca Holmes, Sae Kim, Connor Kincaid, Philip McKean, Shawn McNeill, Aaliyah Meade, Michaela Mosley, Alexander Nazon, Henry Nguyen, Tia Nichols, Bryan Pedersen, Anne Pham, James Pimblett, Jordann Pruitt, Shamarr Reed, Connor Shapiro, Julia Slocum, Lark Stalnik, Chayla Steele, Jordan Stevens, Jackson Stubbs, Haley Stump, Haley Turczynski, Margaret Vaughan, Jessika Washington, Brynne Wassel, Amanda Webster, Jordan A. Williams and Donna Wilson.