Inside Education: Guyer High students earn academic distinctions

Inside Education: Guyer High students earn academic distinctions

The College Board honored 130 Denton ISD high school students with distinctions for 2015, according to their annual list of recipients who are named Advanced Placement Scholars.

The national program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated college-level achievement though exceptional scores in AP courses and on AP exams. Students are awarded based on four levels including: AP Scholar; AP Scholar with Honor; AP Scholar with Distinction; and National AP Scholar.

Students receive an award certificate from The College Board and although there is no monetary award, this achievement is acknowledged on any score report that is sent to colleges.

Students who earn scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams are named AP Scholars. Denton ISD had 78 students earn the
AP Scholar distinction.

Winners from Guyer High School are:

Juniors: Ansh Pujara, Abhishek Shah, and Daniel Wang

Seniors: Daniel Acosta, Davina Agawu, Maria Anez, Emily Ayers, Drake Bigrigg, Corbin Born, Joshua Erickson, Lauren Estrada, Seth Gandt, Annie Garland, Alexandra Gentile, Austin Haddock, Noah Hansen, Joshua Kasitz, Justin Masoner, Malissa Owen, Iida Raina, Llyleila Richardson, Anthony Rodriguez, Evan Samsky, Sydney Seavey, Jason Theriot, Dylan Towne and Andrew Wendel

Graduated: Adam Anderson, Pamela Ayala, Quinton Ayers, Riley Carr, Jubei Del Rosario Vin, Gabrielle Getts, Piper Gleadhill, Amber Krinner, Karissa Lambert, Charles Drake Lawson, Heather Lewis, Henry Lim, Syed Mahmood, Brianna McKinney, Jimmie Miller, Preston Mitchell, Sophie Nader, Connor Olson, Jacob Poole, Danielle Poyser, Benjamin Priddy, Bassam Smadi, Rachel Smith, Hunter Snowden, Timothy Stern, Aaron Taylor, Fiker Tesfaye, Katherine Tester, Quinn Tidwell, Darby Traylor and Karen Vinson

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