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Thirty-four La Porte H.S. students, graduates named as AP Scholars

La Porte High School senior Noah Ashworth and 2017 graduate Rebecca Salinas earned AP Scholar with Distinction honors for earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more exams.

Seniors Robert Bland and Brandon Zupan and 2017 graduates Casey Boriskie and Soul Schillaci earned recognition as AP Scholars with Honor for receiving an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and a score of 3 or higher on four or more exams.

Twenty-five students were named AP Scholars for receiving a score of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.  The LPHS seniors who were named AP Scholars include Allison Alvarez-Garcia, Paisley Fernandez, Virginia Hinds, Sophia Hootman, Joseph Jarrell, Kirbie Linthicum, Alexis Maddox, Tony Munoz and Kevin Serrano. 

AP Scholars who graduated in June 2017 are Emma Bradstreet, Izza Chatta, Adriana Garcia, Nohely Gonzalez, Anthony Green, Savannah Hart, Jonathan Humphrey, Kyle Lare, Grace Lassetter, Noah Morales, Brianna Oliver, Brianna Pena, Daniel Quispe, Cora Reynolds, Roxana Salas, Matthew Stange, Rebecca Terrell, Garrett Williams and Kendal Zemanek.

Seniors on the list will soon be recognized on the AP Scholar Honor Wall in the commons of La Porte High School, according to Dr. Kade Griffin, LPHS associate principal. This is a tradition that began last year, with the students who pass the most AP tests remaining on the AP Scholar Honor Wall until another student passes more tests. 
Photos of Soul Schillaci and Casey Boriskie, who tied  for the honor with a total of six AP tests passed, will remain on the wall this year.