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Thirty-six Riverhead High School students are recognized as AP scholars

Thirty-six Riverhead High School students were recognized by the College Board as Advanced Placement Scholars. Courtesy photo: Riverhead Central School District.

Thirty-six Riverhead High School seniors have been recognized as advanced placement scholars by the College Board.

To earn recognition as an AP scholar, students must score a 3 or higher on three or more AP exams; to be recognized as a scholar with honor, students must earn a 3.25 on all AP exams taken and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of those exams; and for a scholar with distinction award, students must receive an average score of 3.5 on all AP exams and grades of 4 or higher on five or more of these exams.

The College Board is a nonprofit organization founded in 1900 that today comprises more than 6,000 educational institutions around the world. It administers the SAT, PSAT and advanced placement exams, among others.

The Riverhead Central School District released the names of the following award recipients:

AP Scholars
Sean Allen, Stephanie Bak, Jason Cuestas, Nicholas Dejewski, Krista Farrell, Sarah Gustafson, Matthew Hubbard, Sydney Huber, Alice Jenks, Eric Lehman, Taylor McKnight, Emely Mendez, Alae Mohammad, Quint Nigro, Margaret O’Connell, Brynn O’Connor, Yash Patel, Sarah Rempe, Katherine Rodriguez, Taylor Roman, Trevor Sinni, Marina Tedesco, Brady Wells, Christina Yakaboski and Fermina Yat

AP Scholars with Honor
Olivia Bozuhoski, Julia Divan, Regan Montefusco, Brian Noone, Laryssa Olsen and Justin Wallace

AP Scholars with Distinction
David Bassemir, Eric Behr, Dominic Bossey, Joshua Caskie and Brittney Miller

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