Bay High has 116 AP Scholars

Bay High School students continue to show high participation rates and scores in the Advanced Placement (AP) program of the College Board. Bay High lists 116 students who were named AP Scholars at various levels of distinction based upon their course test scores accumulated by the end of the 2018-19 academic year

William Bleisath, Amelia Johnson and Catherine Kapalczynski, all in the Bay High Class of 2019, earned the highest, National AP Scholar designation. 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 of these exams.

Students named AP Scholars with Distinction receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. They are Class of 2020 students Benjamin S. Anderson, Kaia R. Atzberger, Leonard A. Cavalier, Jill S. Durkinb, Isabella C. Forsyth, Khaled R. Hamil, Matthew P. Hyland, Steven Joyce, Anne K. Lang, Nicholas D. LaRosa, Noah T. Lowery, Owen A. Meadows, Jake F. Mlakar, Audrey J. Ray, Charlie A. Russell,  and Madeline K. Smidt ; and Class of 2019 members Avery J. Alexy, Ryan F. Allen, Anna M. Baron, Anne F. Beckwith, William A. Bleisath, Garrett T. Butler, Lilly K. Clark, Sophia N. Dasko, Madelynn G. Edgerly, Megan A. Evans, Grace A. Frey, Lillian K. Garber, Sean M. Gulley, Kit A. Hannum, Lauren M. Jensen, Amelia A. Johnson, Catherine S. Kapalczynski, Collin P. Kelley, Jonah G. Krueger, Daniel A. Mach, Lauren S. McClure, Everest E. Mckenna, Benjamin J. Noren, James T. O'Leary, Makayla J. Payne, Nathaniel J. Pochatek, Christina A. Randazzo, Alexander P. Semancik, Matthew D. Semler, Ivan Slyepkan, Jessica A. Sobczak, Parker J. Steiskal,  and Sam J. Warren.

Students named AP Scholars with Honor receive 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. They are Class of 2020 students Kristen E. Baeppler, Grace K. Chilton, Olivia M. Doland, Camille M. Drenkhan, Daniel K. Fitzgerald, Danielle Gaudino, Elizabeth S. Holup, Katherine A. Knight, Margaret R. Lekan, Michelle S. Mason, Edward P. Papp, Olivia L. Reed, Elisa P. Renerts, and Natalie A. Surdy; and Class of 2019 students David M. Allan, Audra E. Bernys, Natalie E. Cashmere, Daniel R. Mavis, Helen K. Rice, Jared M. Riess, Dennis Risch, Timothy A. Schilling, and Allison E. Sharpnack.

Students named AP Scholars receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams. They are Class of 2020 students Katarina O. Chesterfield, Thomas A. Christel, Courtney G. Dixon, Jacob M. Dodd, Caroline C. Fowles, Lucas B. Herbruck, Trevor Ifft, Nathan B. Jennings, Marie R. Legeay, Lilly M. Lowther, Kayla G. Maust, Anthony M. Mcguire, Calan A. Oster, Gabriela N. Pirinelli, Nicholas M. Pochatek, Mary Kate Price, Leila j. Psota, Ava L. Ransomn, Abby C. Schafer, Una M. Willhoite, Brayden L. Williams, Patricia R. Yuhas; and Class of 2019 students Charles E. Adams, Katherine A. Baeppler, Courtney D. Brewer, Elyse M. Bryant, Hayden M. Carter, Hannah G. DiMare, Jane C. Downey, Meredith Garrity, Megan C. Huntington, Kolby G. Johnston, Paige N. Kettren, Ian C. Maddock, Lydia M. Moell, Samuel J. Murray, Erik M. Painter, London E. Phillips, John L. Pim, Brynne E. Ramella, Maximillian X. Schell, Abigail E. Shuster, Larissa M. Strouse, Madeleine G. Williams.

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