Honoring their diligent academic efforts, 31 current Elwood-John H. Glenn High School students were named AP Scholars for 2023 by the College Board. The Advanced Placement Program recognizes several different award levels for college-level student academic achievement on AP courses and exams.
Twelve seniors – Nina Abrenica, Jenna Ban, Aidan Hanratty, Peter Kenney, Lilli Kern, Kainaat Malhi, Addison Perinchief, Nicole Robin, Luke Umstetter, Louis Viteritti, Mattias Weber and Maryam Yassir –were named AP Scholars, granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.
Five seniors – Sean Faraci, Mary Fratarcangeli, Madelyn Katzman, Erin Kenny and Chloe Suskin – were named AP Scholars with Honor, granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.
Fourteen seniors – Anthony Bell, Elizabeth Clarke, Sarah Collins, Daniel Elling, James Froh, Lauren LaMena, Meghan McGowan, Caroline Mullman, Benjamin Ross, Christopher Sanelli, Angelina Song, Andrew Taraglia, Nicole Wang and Stephen Wasylenko – were named AP Scholars with Distinction, granted to students who receive 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.
Additionally, 26 John Glenn Class of 2023 graduates were named AP Scholars: Lindsey Adomaites, Philomena Awadalla, Michelle Bartolotta, Casey Brunswick, Matthew Charlotin, Michael Competiello, Sophia Crowley, Jordan Fletcher, Ava Fluddy, Christopher Franzese, Benjamin Fuchs, Lucas Goldhamer, Martha Henderson, Amani Hodge, Amanda Howard, Jillian John, Ryan Keegan, Jordan Loaiza, Piper Mascaros, Olivia Mascia, Grace Motta, Ava Mule, Catherine Ruyle, Malav Shah, Julia Stawecki and Jenna Triolo.
Five Class of 2023 graduates were named AP Scholars with Honor: Alejandra Cevahir, Madison Hughes, Riya Kumar, Jake Lauto and John O’Hara.
Thirty-eight Class of 2023 graduates were named AP Scholars with Distinction: Jehanara Akhund, Daniel Algerio, Nicholas Barragato, Cateyann Bernhard, Juliet Beuka, Matthew Bove, Giuliana Brown, Thomas Cabrera, ZiYun Chen, Angelina DeMarco, Evan Faraci, David Feldman, Matthew Feldman, Maxwell Gazes, Kevin Golden, Joshua Haddad Colby Knorr, Evan Koumas, Emily LaMena, Alex Luyster, Grace Mahoney, Andreanna Mancini, Daniella Mancini Andrew Mueller, Margaret Murphy, Genaveva Musgrove, Kyle O’Connor, Brittney Pham, James Rourke, Aelyn Rubin, Robert Sanelli, Danielle Savitsky, Kayla Schwartz, Sabrina Siddiqui, Madeline Stahly, Nathaniel Tyll, Arianna Vouthas and Garrett Warren.
“This is truly a proud moment for John Glenn High School,” Assistant Principal Lindsay Fritch said. “Our students have demonstrated tremendous dedication and hard work, and we couldn’t be more excited to honor them. We owe a special thank you to all of our teachers and parents as well, for their enduring commitment and support for these students. Congratulations to all the recipients for a job well done.”