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AP Scholars 2021

"When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal; you do not change your decision to get there." Zig Ziglar
Marshall Fundamental congratulates all AP Scholars. From the Class of 2021, we celebrate 29 AP Scholars, eight AP Scholars with Honor, 23 AP Scholars with Distinction, and three National AP Scholars.
AP Scholar - Granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.
AP Scholar: Jeanette Archila Ponce, Aram Ashkaryan, David Baghdasaryan, Kylee Banks, Samuel Bliss, Aresha Echols, Celeste Favela, Aidan Fessenden, Haroutioun Kabaian, Lily Kaplan, Celia Kebbeh, Tylr Kennedy, Amanda Kiesel, Elisa Kim, Ivan Kowalyk, Lauren Loussinian, Elijah Patricio, Lily Pendleton, Bethmin Perera, Diego Ramirez, Alejandro Ramos, Adriana Rios-Sahagun, McKenna Robbins, Jocelyn Sanchez, Will Tamrowski, Diego Villaneda, Malia Wilson, and Diana Zambrano
AP Scholar with Honor - Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken.
AP Scholar with Honor: Cassandra Aquino, Peter Devletyan, Tory Laster, Rowan Mead, Andrea Navarro, Hannah Owen, Kai Rapella, and Amanda Salas
AP Scholar with Distinction - Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken.
AP Scholars with Distinction: Aaron Boecherer, Ava Bronkar, Madeleine Chen, Sadie Cowing, Valentina De La Pena, Matthew Duong, Lucia Edmonds,Fabian Enriquez, Nathaniel Frederick, Colson Kishimoto, Simone Kuo, Henry Lamborn, Christine Bora Lim, Gyda Nawarungruang, Avery Redfearn, Emily Seger, Alexis Torres, Pamela Trujillo, Adrian Vega, Alexandra Velasco, Chloe West, Helen Windsor, and Katherine Yan
National AP Scholar - Granted to students who pass 8 or more full-year exams with a score of 4 or 5 and a 4.0 average for all exams
National AP Scholars: Ava Bronkar, Matthew Duong, and Gyda Nawarungruang
When students take on the most rigorous courses available to them, it is a standout on college applications and shows that students are ready for college-level coursework. Many four-year colleges and universities grant students college credit with qualifying AP Exams scores.
Marshall believes in equity and access and makes AP Courses available to any of our High School students who are interested in taking on the challenge. Marshall offers 21 AP Courses, our courses are designed to meet College Board expectations.