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SHS commends 145 AP Scholars

posted Sep 9, 2015, 6:29 AM by Doreen Dedrick   [ updated Sep 9, 2015, 6:30 AM ]
[September 9, 2015] AP Scholar Awards have been presented to 145 Suffern High School students for exceptional achievement on Advanced Placement exams taken through May 2015. Twelve students earned the highest honor—National AP Scholar—for achieving an average score of 4 or higher on all AP exams, with scores of 4 or higher on 8 or more exams. 

Congratulations to:


52 AP Scholars (earned an average score of 3 or higher on 3 or more AP Exams): Snehith Abraham, Tayyaba Ahmed, Aleena Aykara, Benjamin Boston, Nicolette Capalbo, Eunice Cho, Emily Codispoti, Stephen Deboer, Brooke Dervish, Gray DeSimone, Samantha Donato, Mary Dugandzic, Naomi Emanuel, Jonathan Feingold, Michael Feingold, Jessica Ferrar, Robbie Gershon, Brooke Gitlin, Nicholas Granovsky, Kenneth Gu, Daniel Hack, Carolyn Hampsey, Patrick Hennelly, Margaret Hotaling, Sophie Jay, Mahira Kauser, Caitriona Keane, Skyler Keane, Ashley Kim, Evan Kraushaar, Rachel Liebergall, Siobhan Mariquit, Isabel Mathew, Kirsten Meehan, Julia Mintz, Evan Moravansky, Allison Paroff, Ross Plumer, Madison Rabinowitz, Vinay Ramaswamy, Maximilian Ranzato, Jamie Ratowsky, Jacob Rivas, Nyasia Rivera, Joshua Rosenthal, Sachin Shah, Rebecca Silver, Aneesh Soni, Abigail Sterling, Julia Szurnicki, Alexandra Vinick and Vivien Zhan


26 AP Scholars with Honors (earned an average score of 3.25 or higher on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams): Richard Bosco, Oumaima Chamar, Steven Cioffi, Hannah Consiglio, Rucha Desai, Jonathan Divietro, Carly Eisen, Rachel Fischer, Lauren Giella, Grant Goodman, Sara Haberman, Alexandra Hannaby, Sara Holand, Rachel Katz, Kati Kim, Michael Korongy, Christopher Moore, Melissa Peskin, Haley Potter, Eltha Raymond, Eytan Rubinstein, Craig Specht, Ashley Sullivan, Juliette VanSchaik, Jingyi Wen and Rebecca Werfel


67 AP Scholars with Distinction (earned 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): Ayesha Ali, Marilia Andrade, Thomas Assad, Dylan Back, Cyrus Behzadi, Tyler Borenkoff, Jacob Brenner, Alyssa Burke, Dana Citrin, Alexa Corker, Rahi Desai, Jacob Diamond, Jessica Dobkin, Jeremy Dohmann, Brandon Donato, James Dowd, Samir Dutta, Nikki Dworkis, Alexander Fernandez, Michael Fernandez, Joseph Girard, Joshua Gorelick, Brooke Greenstein, Ryan Gutmann, You Jeen Ha, Rachel Haberman, Lenard Halim, Scott Hoberman, Katarina Hock, Sami Israel, Jared Jay, Alexander Kaplan, Saumya Kasliwal, Isha Kumar, Ari Lachenauer, Lauren Lawson, Michael Lepori, Stephen Lereah, Jacob Lipton, Emily Liu, Craig Long, Peter Manos, Cameron Martel, Alexa Martin, Levi Matza, Harrison Munitz, Michael Nicholson, Courtney Ollis, Timothy Patwell, Dunahay Pereyra, Chad Popik, Sarah Pungitore, Catherine Sadoff, Melanie Sadoff, Erika Samovici, Zachary Scholl, Ryan Sedwick, Brett Silverstein, Rebecca Skulsky, Imani Solan, Jeremy Solomon, Yiran Tian, Samantha Walker, Justin Weisberg, James Wilson, Siyoung Woo and Kate Zendell


12 National AP Scholars (U.S. students who 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): Alyssa Burke, Jacob Diamond, Samir Dutta, Alexander Fernandez, Joshua Gorelick, You Jeen Ha, Rachel Haberman, Saumya Kasliwal, Cameron Martel, Sarah Pungitore, Ryan Sedwick and Kate Zendell


Suffern High School offers 24 AP courses which provide students with academic challenge and the opportunity to earn college credits. Offerings span the humanities and sciences and include art history, calculus, Chinese, computer science, music theory, physics and more. For a full listing, check out the 2015-16 course catalog here.