Pinewood students score high on college boards

  • Thursday, August 1, 2013

Thirty-two Pinewood Preparatory School juniors and seniors qualified for AP Scholar designation on the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program Exams. 
Of this total, 16 were recognized as AP Scholars; seven as AP Scholars with Honor; nine as AP Scholars with Distinction; and two as National AP Scholars.
This year, Pinewood Prep celebrated the largest contingent of AP scholars since its participation in the program began.  This is the third year Pinewood has graduated two National AP Scholars simultaneously (the other years were 2006 and 2011).  Additionally, Pinewood has enjoyed graduating at least one National AP Scholar every year for the past five years.
The following Pinewood Prep students have been designated 2013 AP Scholars:
National AP Scholars
(scored 4 or higher on eight or more exams)
Abigail "Abby" Mandel (Senior)
Austin Pahl (Senior)
 AP Scholars with Distinction
(scored 3 or higher on five or more exams)
Abigail "Abby" Mandel (Senior)
Kyle Hair (Senior)
Ryan Moore (Senior)
Austin Pahl (Senior)
Peter Ruby (Senior)
Charlotte Anne Snook (Senior)
Sean Carter (Junior)
Megan Kuhn (Junior)
Samuel Lopez (Junior)
AP Scholars with Honor
(scored 3 or higher on 4 or more exams)
Nong Nong (Senior)
Marshall Simmons (Senior)
Clayton Are (Junior)
Olivia Coyle (Junior)
Logan Dwyer (Junior)
Bobby Thomas (Junior)
Jason Wilson (Junior)
AP Scholars
(scored 3 or higher on 3 or more exams)
Joseph Bates (Senior)
Mary Hunter Brown (Senior)
Eunpyo Choi (Senior)
Fangda Fan (Senior)
Lauren Fanning (Senior)
Emma Hehn (Senior)
Qi Huang (Senior)
Jarrett Londergan (Senior)
Laura O'Quinn (Senior)
Megan Patterson (Senior)
Clayton Hickok (Junior)
Reona Hirai (Junior)
Annelise Kauffman (Junior)
Emily Pelcher (Junior)
Katie Smoak (Junior)
Caroline Tino (Junior)


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