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Four Verona Residents Earn Academic Honors at St. Peter's Prep

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - Almost fifty Saint Peter's Prep students earned AP Scholar awards in recognition of their college level achievements through Advanced Placement courses and exams.  AP Scholars with Distinction had an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.  AP Scholars with Honor averaged at least 3.25 of all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.  AP Scholars received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.  The following local residents were recognized:

 

Green Brook:  Clark Burnett, '15 was named an AP Scholar with Distinction.

Millburn:  Nicholas Magnotti, '15 was named an AP Scholar with Distinction.

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Montclair:  Anthony Ruvo, '15 and Sean Severson, '15 were named AP Scholars.

North Plainfield:  Andrew Febrillet, '15 was named an AP Scholar.

Scotch Plains:  Kyle Krutis, '15 was named an AP Scholar.  Peter Tomljanovic, '15 was named an AP Scholar with Honors.

Short Hills:  Enric Adillon '16 and Matthew Moriarty, '16 were named AP Scholars.  George Garber, '15 was named an AP Scholar with Distinction.

Verona:  Michael Dillane, '16, Benjamin Halligan, '15, and Brian Liggio, '15 were named AP Scholars.  Patrick Walshe, '15 was named an AP Scholar with Honors.  Michael Dillane, '15 was also named a National Merit Commended Scholar.

Warren:  Michael Zawistowski, '15 was named an AP Scholar.  Nicholas Doren, '15 was named an AP Scholar with Honors.

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