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Kent Place Students Recognized by College Board for Advanced Placement Examination Achievement

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Kent Place Students Recognized by College Board for Advanced Placement Examination Achievement
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Seventy-three Kent Place School students have been honored by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations taken last spring.

Melanie Appleby ’10, Suzanne Brown ’10, Callie Deddens ’10, Genna DeRose ’10, Hilary Devaney ’10, Alexa Dragoumis ’10, Anna Dugan ’10, Sara Firkser ’10, Marisa Immormino ’10, Sara Javed ’10, Lisa Kretsge ’10, Kathryn Krinsman ’10, Megan Malloy ’10, Claire Marsden ’10, Meredith Mitnick ’10, Tara Nicola ’10, Daniela Quintanilla ’10, Amber Rashid ’10, Emily Sannini ’10, Jacqueline Taylor ’10, Rachel Terry ’10, Amy Tourgee ’10, Carlisle Uhlman ’10, Rachel Uhlman ’10, Nicole, Whang ’10, Caitlin Wraith ’10 and Allison Youngdahl ’10, received the honor of AP Scholar with Distinction, granted to students who receive an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams on full-year courses or the equivalent.

Kendall Beeman ’11, Emily Churchill ’10, Ashley Hughes ’10, Mira Korber ’11, Dana Ludwig ’10, Mary Millard ’10, Jayne Pasternak ’11, Brooke Raphalian ’10, Marisa Slabbert ’11 and Krista Zsitvay ’10, were named AP Scholar with Honors. AP Scholar with Honors is granted to students who receive an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams on full-year courses or the equivalent.

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Zayba Abdulla ’10, Elena Bartlett ’11, Hannah Benn ’11, Catherine Ciriello ’11, Celine Delle Donne ’11, Jennifer Dranetz ’11, Meghan Ferguson ’11, Caroline Giroux ’11, Emily Hilton ’11, Eliza Hull ’11, Lili Hutchison ’11, Adele Irwin ’11, Abigail Johnson ’11, Emily Johnson ’10, Rene Johnson ’10, Maryam Khan ’10, Samantha Klein ’11, Regina Lane ’10, Ashley Luz ’10, Catherine McDonald ’11, Elizabeth Miggins ’11, Emily Miller ’11, Joanna Mleczko ’11, Michelle Napor ’10, Elizabeth O'Connor ’10, Emila Pazniokas ’11, Sarah Remshifski ’10, Jaya Robillard ’11, Paige Shepperly ’11, Charlotte Steele ’10, Molly Stubbs ’11, Amanda Walker ’10, Malina Welman ’11, Elizabeth Yoder ’11, Margaret Yoder ’11 and Stefanie Zavodny ’11, were named AP Scholars. The award of AP Scholar is granted to students who receive grades of 3 or higher (on a scale of 1 to 5) on three or more AP Exams on full-year courses or the equivalent.

Kent Place School is an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory day school which, for over 100 years, has provided a superior education for young women who demonstrate strong scholastic and creative ability. Visit Kent Place on the web at www.kentplace.org  

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