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Congratulations to Our 2020 AP Scholars!


Congratulations to Our 2020 AP Scholars!

Congratulations to the 306 CCHS students who sat for 677 Advanced Placement exams in 26 different subject areas during the spring of 2020, achieving scores that exceeded state and global averages.

The success of these students on the college-level AP Exams is particularly notable because they completed the final coursework remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic - a reflection of the commitment and hard work of the students and their teachers!

Central Catholic’s highly successful Advanced Placement (AP) Program consists of 27 AP courses ranging from AP Biology to AP Studio Art, as well as an AP Capstone™ Diploma Program that is offered in less than 50 public and private high schools throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 

The 2020 AP Report

  • 87% of CCHS students received a score of 3 or better exceeding both the state and global averages. (AP scores are based on a grading scale of 1-5, with 5 being the highest score.)

AP Scholars

  • 118 CCHS students were named AP Scholars by the College Board.
  • Of the 118 AP Scholars, 7 students were named National AP Scholars. National AP Scholars are students in the United States who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams
  • 45 students with an average score of at least 3.5 of all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or better on five or more of these exams were named AP Scholars with Distinction.
  • 22 students with 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 were named AP Scholars with Honors.
  • 51 students with scores of 3 or better on three or more AP exams were named AP Scholars.

The AP Capstone™ Diploma Program

  • 12 students earned the AP Capstone Diploma and 1 student received the AP Seminar and Research Diploma.
  • The AP Capstone Diploma is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on 4 additional AP Exams of their choosing.
  • The AP Seminar and Research Certificate is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research

Grade Level Statistics

  • 54% of seniors took at least one exam;
  • 36% of juniors took at least one exam;
  • 8% of sophomores take at least one exam.

 

Congratulations to our AP Scholars! 

National AP Scholars: Scores of four (4) or higher on eight (8) or more AP Exams

  • Kathryn D. Clark ‘20
  • Quentin R. Collins ‘20
  • Sebastian A. Gonzalez ‘20
  • Mia X. Haynes ‘20
  • Surabhi R. Keesara ‘20
  • Kangqi Ni ‘21
  • Sean M. Vumbaco ‘20

AP Scholars with Distinction: Scores of 3.5 or higher on (five) 5 or more AP Exams

  • Sweta S. Alla ‘21
  • Sophia E. Beland ‘20
  • Olivia C. Benvenuto ‘21
  • Andrew L. Bernal ‘21
  • Jiaqi Cai ‘20
  • Olivia R. Camacho '‘20
  • Siyi Chen ‘20
  • Kathryn D. Clark ‘20
  • Quentin R. Collins ‘20
  • Dinamary Compres ‘20
  • Kathryn T. Corcoran ‘20
  • Mitchel A. Craven ‘21
  • Zhouhaoyu Cui ‘21
  • Lillyanna M. Dunn ‘20
  • Yifan Fang ‘20
  • Erin P. Fennessy ‘21
  • Anna C. Flynn ‘20 
  • Madelaine R. Freitas '‘20
  • Megan E. Gallagher ' ‘21
  • Ryan C. George ' ‘21
  • Noah D. Gilbert '‘20
  • Michael L. Glynn '‘20
  • Sebastian A. Gonzalez ‘20
  • Hunter V. Graham ‘20
  • Jack A.  Hanlon ‘20
  • Andrew J. Hayes ‘21
  • Mia X. Haynes ‘20
  • Alexander M. Imbornone ‘21
  • Zachary M. Jacques ‘20
  • Julianna M. Jaworski ‘20
  • Surabhi R. Keesara ‘20
  • Imogene R. Kline ‘20
  • Andrew C. Kombouras ‘20
  • Juliana S. Licata ‘20
  • Yunxi Lu ‘21
  • Maria T. Mataac ‘21
  • Kangqi Ni ‘21
  • Noah R. Norris ‘20
  • Dev K. Patel ‘21
  • Juliana V. Porto ‘20
  • Xin Yi Shao ‘20
  • Emily K. Sonnenfroh ‘20
  • Daniel V. Thu ‘20
  • Sean M. Vumbaco ‘20
  • Yicheng Wang ‘20

AP Scholars with Honor: Scores of 3.25 or higher on four (4) or more AP Exams

  • Angelique J. Alon ‘20
  • Celia R. Celona ‘20
  • Anthony J. Chamoun ‘21
  • Jason X. Demers ‘21
  • Dalton K. Dow ‘21
  • Emily E. Downer ‘20
  • Clare E. Fallon ‘20
  • Connor F. Finneran ‘20
  • Lily G. Golden ‘21
  • Jayden H. Hart ‘21
  • Samuel R. Larcome ‘20
  • Jiaming Liu ‘21
  • Kaitlin M. MacDonald ‘21
  • Christian Merino ‘21
  • Haley E. Merrill ‘20
  • Peter D. Murphy ‘20
  • Myles N. Mwathe ‘20
  • James D. Sorenson ‘20
  • Sarah C. Stevens ‘21
  • Alexander A. Troisi ‘20
  • Brianna J. Van Hecke ‘20
  • Ethan C. Wagner ‘20

AP Scholars: Scores of 3.0 or higher on three (3) or more AP Exams

  • Caroline R. Affolter ‘20
  • Anna C. Bowden ‘20
  • Aidan E. Bowler ‘20
  • Owen P. Burke ‘21
  • Emily N. Chen ‘21
  • Chloe Chun ‘21
  • Jack P. Ciesielski ‘20
  • Aaron J. Coppeta ‘21
  • Ryan P. Curry ‘20
  • Andrew R. D'Agata ‘20
  • Elizabeth A. Dankert ‘20
  • Olivia L. Draper ‘20
  • Enam A. Fiattor ‘21
  • Alyssa J. Fusco ‘20
  • Tori A. Gifford ‘20
  • Matthew L. Grella ‘20
  • Alexander W. Hay ‘20
  • Rachel R. Holliday ‘21
  • Wenzheng Hu 22
  • James R. Keegan ‘20
  • Elina T. Khoury ‘21
  • Daniel G. Klauer ‘21
  • Kai Luo ‘21
  • Jacob M. McDonald ‘20
  • Shane T. McInnis ‘20
  • Caroline K. McLaughlin ‘20
  • Victoria L. Moda ‘20
  • Lorelie Y. Murphy ‘20
  • Audrey S. O'Connor ‘20
  • Hugh A. O Connor ‘21
  • Rachel E. Parigian ‘20
  • Manav A. Patel ‘20
  • Mary C. Pawlus ‘20
  • Jayna M. Perry ‘20
  • Sara N. Petrakis ‘20
  • James J. Pothier ‘20
  • Anya C. Quaglietta ‘21
  • Kathryn O. Regan ‘21
  • Josue Rosario ‘21
  • Cody M. Rueda ‘21
  • Sophia A. Rzepala ‘20
  • Yvona T. Safi ‘20
  • Sean M. Sears ‘20
  • Caitlin E. Sine ‘21
  • Abigail D. Sullivan ‘20
  • Makayla L. Surette ‘21
  • William C. Tompkins ‘20
  • Anthony V. Traficante ‘20
  • Madeline Trigilio ‘20
  • Daniel H. Walsh ‘20
  • Xiuyuan Zhang ‘21

AP Capstone DiplomaTM: Scores of three (3) or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research, and on four (4) additional AP exams.

  • Sweta S. Alla ‘21
  • Sophia E. Beland ‘20
  • Aidan E. Bowler ‘20
  • Olivia R. Camacho ‘20
  • Kathryn T. Corcoran ‘20
  • Mitchel A. Craven ‘21
  • Lillyanna M. Dunn ‘20
  • Anna C. Flynn ‘20
  • Julianna M. Jaworski ‘20
  • Surabhi R. Keesara ‘20
  • Victoria L. Moda ‘20
  • Emily K. Sonnenfroh ‘20
  • Sean M. Vumbaco ‘20
      

AP Seminar and Research CertificateTM: Scores of three (3) or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research, but not on four (4) additional AP exams.

  • Andrew J. Hayes ‘21

 

Congratulations to all of our AP Scholars!



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