Neenah High School had 111 students honored for exceptional achievement on Advanced Placement exams during the 2013-14 school year, including five students who qualified for the National AP Scholar Award.
Recent graduates Shoun Abraham, Thomas Hameister, Nicholas Malcore and Julia Scruton were honored as National AP Scholars along with Evan Thomsen, who is a senior this fall. National AP Scholars earned an average score of 4 or higher on a five-point scale on at least eight AP exams. Hameister achieved at least a four on 14 different exams.
The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program provides academically prepared students the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on the AP exams. Overall, Neenah offers 17 College Board authorized classes to its students. Last year, a total of 319 Neenah students took 548 AP exams.
Neenah had 45 students qualify for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and posting scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. Another 15 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 earning scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. Another 51 students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP exams with scores of 3 or higher.
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AP Scholar With Distinction Award: Shoun Abraham, Brett Ament, Bobbi Aubrey, Calvin Baumgartner, Deva Blurton, Hailey Branchford, Jensen Braun, William Breining, Nathan Cho, Andrew DeWet, Joseph Feurerstein, Mareena Franke, Taylor Gilbertson, Joshua Grossman, Timothy Gruber, Thomas Hameister, Harvey Harrison, Evan Hertel, Madeline Hibbs-Magruder, Charles Johnson, Matthew Karrmann, Emma Kiel, Kelsey Laabs, Clara Lambrecht, Nicholas Malcore, Benjamin Matthews, Gracen Miller, Joshua Miller, Nathan Mulder, Nicholas Munce, Sarah Murphy, Conner Navis, Trevor Nelson, Sarah Olson, Jessica Parker, Austin Pier, Laura Rafferty, Gregory Rudd, Julia Scruton, Alicia Shoberg, Emily Terlap, Evan Thomsen, Mallory Washington, Zachary Weber, and Karlie Weiler.
AP Scholar With Honor Award: Michael Heiser, Alexander Hollub, Madeline Keider, Morgan Kuerschner, Sophie Mauk, Charles Morley, Celia Nalbach, Jennifer Parker, John Payne, Andrew Rustick, Samantha Smith, Ryan Thomas, Christopher Tritt, Adelaide Zwick, and Margaret Zwick.
AP Scholar Award: Haley Barnes, Ander Baumann, Jamie Binning, Christopher Birtch, Ryan Breuer, Charlotte Burton, Angela Butke, Jenna Butts, Kaley Camber, Kelly Casey, William Cunningham, Alan Desai, Margaret DiPoto, Sara Engemann, Courtney Fine, Alison Glen, Matthew Gruse, Mitchell Harter, Alisha Harwood, Nicholas Heath, Hazel Hertting, Jacob Hrubecky, Kyle Hrubecky, Alisiah Hug, Nicole Hurley, Natasha Igl, Kayla Jischke, Savannah Jorgensen, Connor Kroll, Alicia Leboeuf, Rachel Look, Steven Marifke, Evan McGinnis, Jason Mettlach, Jack Mulvey, Matthew Owensby, Mikala Piller, Jennifer Price, Carley Ramich, Jennifer Recktenwald, Clark Reiter, Rachel Rohe, Abbey Schwoerer, Rachel Smaby, Samuel Stern, Emily Strey, Sophia Szymonski, Emily Ugoretz, Alexandra Vandenberg, Claire Viellieux, and Wilson Wood.