Thirty-Two Dunham Students Nationally Recognized As Advanced Placement Scholars

Thirty-Two Dunham Students Nationally Recognized As Advanced Placement Scholars

Thirty-two Dunham students have been nationally recognized as 2019 Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars by the College Board based on their outstanding performances on Advanced  Placement (AP) exams.

Recent 2019 graduates Kathryn Dunphy and Parker Harris were named National AP Scholars. This designation is awarded to students who average a minimum score of 4 (on a 5 point scale) in all AP exams they take and score 4 or higher in at least 8 of these exams.

2019 Advanced Placement Scholars from Class of 2020 & Class of 2021

Congratulations to 11 current Dunham students who received academic distinctions for their AP achievements:

AP Scholar with DistinctionTre’ Landaiche ’20, Emma Spencer ‘20, and Ciara Venable ‘20.

AP Scholar with HonorCatherine Enos ’20 and Kyla Johnson ‘20.

AP ScholarCaroline Bardwell ‘20, Reagan Courville’21, Caden Eagleton ’20, Clayton Fair ’20, Rhett Greer ’21, Ashley McCarthy ’20, Andra Negulescu ’20, and Victoria Saffell ’20.

Nineteen graduates from the Dunham Class of 2019 were also recognized for their AP achievements:

AP Scholar with DistinctionConner Bown (LSU), Sylvia Xiaojun Chen (University of California Irvine), Maggie Kate Coast (LSU),  Ireland Coates (LSU), Emma Davis, (University of South Carolina), Kathryn Dunphy (University of Virginia), Parker Harris (Duke University), Reed Landry (Cornell University), Eric Ponder (LSU), Isabella Rovere (LSU), Luke Russell (LSU), Anushka Singh (LSU Honors College), and Jessica Williams, (University of Arkansas).

AP Scholar with Honor—Hayden Dudley (LSU), Caroline Enos (LSU), Arrington Holmes (University of Louisiana), and Luke Militello (LSU).

AP Scholar—Brian Lewis (Xavier University) and Jack Haochen Zhang (University of Illinois).

“Our students’ strong performance on these AP exams reflects the quality of our teaching and the growth of our AP program,” says Upper School Director Amanda McIlwain. “These scores send a strong signal to college admissions officers that our students are well prepared for success in their undergraduate programs.”

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