DCPS Celebrates 2016 AP Scholars
The Daviess County Public Schools district is proud to announce 110 students have been recognized by the College Board for their exceptional achievement on the college-level AP Exams.
Students take the AP Exams in May after they have completed challenging college-level courses at their high schools. Most of the nation's four-year colleges and universities award credit, advanced placement, or both based on successful performances on the AP Exams. More than 1400 institutions award a full year's credit to students presenting a sufficient number of qualifying grades.
Four members of the DCPS Class of 2016 earned recognition as National AP Scholars, these students received 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. Weston Trey Kinison and Elaine Leslie, 2016 graduates of Apollo; Robert Clark, a 2016 graduate of DCHS; and Christopher Clark, a senior at DCHS who took the AP Exam as a junior, have achieved this highest level of recognition.
The Scholar with Distinction Award was earned by 21 DCPS students. These students received an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of the exams. Students representing Apollo earning this award are Connor Dame, Therese Elder, Joshua Hay, Weston Trey Kinison, Elanie Leslie, Jesse Moore, and Olivia Wright. DCHS students earning the award are Carson Anderson, Christopher Clark, Robert Clark, Jasiel Fernandez, Ashley Filback, Ashley Howe, Weston Howe, Katherine Lamb, Lauren Laumas, Alyxyss Lindsey, Nathaniel Martin, William Smith, Skylar Walden, and Stephen Ward.
AP Scholar with Honor Awards were presented to 24 Apollo and DCHS students. Students representing Apollo are Dylan Barham, Michael Blanford, Madison Bowlds, Josiah Coleman, Thomas Duncan, Rachel Hunter, Isaac Mayes, and Annie Beth Miller. Students representing DCHS are Jonathan Barnes, Hayden Carmon, Taylor Chatmon, Elijah Cooper, Lauren Cross, Sydney Edge, Ava Embrey, Jacob Embry, Alisa Evans, Jacob Goldman, Jonathon Hidenrite, Ansley McLellan, Jackson Morris, Jasmyne Post, Rachel Taylor, and Siddhi Vora.
65 DCPS students qualified for the AP Scholar Award. Students representing Apollo are David Adams, Cynthia Arnold, Kayla Austin, Olivia Bickett, Cassandra Blanford, Andrew Blanton, Kate Bowley, Brendan Cariota, Makailah Cecil, Rose Eaton, Nelson Horrell, Lindsey Hunter, Elizabeth Isbell, Christian Jones, Alexis Keelser, Makayla Lowe, Sally Martin, Mary McManus, Ambria Patel, Kelsey Postiglione, Leslie Probus, Leah Rullman, Chelsea Sams, Corey Satterfield, David Taylor, Rachel Thomas, Thomas Towery, Carly Wahl, Lucy Wedding, Matthew Wedding, and Jacob Wethington. DCHS students earning the AP Scholar Award are Jamea Barlow, Fletcher Boarman, Faith Boles, Tyler Boling, Jenna Brey, Rebecca Caldbeck, Abigail Chappell, Rachel Farmer, Jackson Foster, Marlena Hadden, Jude Hagerman, Henry Hall, Macey Higdon, Braden Johnson, Courtney Kamuf, Nicholas McDaniel, Mackenzie Miles, Alexander Moore, Alexis Morgan, Sonal Muthalali, Jacob O'Bryan, Chelsey Page, Madallyn Peveler, Angela Phillabaum, Katherine Rowe, Karli Sanders, Clark Settle, Andrew Sterge, Katie Storm, Rachel Terry, Brittany Whistle, Emma Williams, Whittington Wiman, and Txomia Young.