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JOHN CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES AP SCHOLARS

FORT PIERCE – John Carroll High School is proud to announce 45% of its AP students were named AP Scholars for the 2021-2022 school year.

AP courses are known for their challenging curricula and rigorous expectations. The AP Capstone program helps students stand out to colleges while also providing college-level work to high school students who may receive college credit for the courses.

John Carroll is an AP Capstone school, meaning it offers the College Board’s AP diploma program. This program consists of two yearlong AP courses: AP Seminar and AP Research. Students who score a 3 or higher in both Seminar and Research, as well as on four additional AP exams, will receive a AP Capstone Diploma. Students earning a 3 or higher on Seminar and Research – but not on four other AP exams – will receive an AP Seminar and Research Certificate. The highest one can score on an AP exam is a 5.

The AP Scholar program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on multiple AP Exams. AP Scholar awards include: AP Scholar, AP Scholar with Honor, AP Scholar with Distinction, the AP Seminar and Research Certificate, and the AP Capstone Diploma.

The AP Scholar with Distinction award is granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams, in addition to earningscores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. AP Scholar with Honor awardees receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams, while also scoring 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. AP Scholar award recipients score 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.

Students who received the prestigious AP Capstone Diploma include recent graduates Salutatorian Cole Dubon, Grace Fee, Jenny Miller, Samantha Mullins and Anna Smith. AP Seminar and Research Certificates were granted to recent graduates Rachel Gordon and Trey Vititoe. AP Scholars with Distinction include recent graduates Cole Dubon and Samantha Mullins and rising seniors Catherine McGarry, Cameron Pantano, Noah Perez, and Lauren Richards. AP Scholars with Honor include recent graduates Ryan Rosenberg, Steffano Segovia-Palacios, and Anna Smith, and rising senior Molly Rainis. Students who earned the AP Scholar award include recent graduates Grace Fee, Rachel Gordon, Amy Kenney, Dongin Lee, Valedictorian Erika Malits, Jenny Miller, Nemo Thomas, and Trey Vititoe, and rising seniors Sabrina Berkun, Katelyn Cristaldi, Vincent Fashona, Kallie Griffin, Lauren Hoeffner, Faith Koeppel, Nicole Langel, Katherine Lewis, Erick Lopez, Nicholas Lucchese, Logan Perrone, and Grace Reed.

“We could not be more proud of our AP Scholars, who worked so hard to earn this prestigious level of academic recognition. It is truly a testament to their commitment to their studies, their work ethic, and their belief that we are always learning,” said Corey Heroux, John Carroll High School principal.

Visit johncarrollhigh.com or call 772-464-5200 for more information about John Carroll High School. “Like” John Carroll on Facebook, follow on Twitter @JohnCarrollHS and follow on Instagram @johncarrollhighschool.

About John Carroll High School

John Carroll High School is located in Fort Pierce, Florida, and strives to inspire, foster, develop, and affirm the young people entrusted to its care. It serves its students, alumni, families and the community at large. Rev. Thomas E. Barrett is president and Mrs. Corey Heroux is the principal. For more information about John Carroll High School, please visit johncarrollhigh.com or call 772-462-5200. “Like” John Carroll on Facebook, follow on Twitter @JohnCarrollHS and follow on Instagram @johncarrollhighschool.

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