The St. Francis High School community has announced that 41 students from the classes of 2019, 2020 and 2021 have received Advanced Placement Awards for their performance on the AP exams in the spring of 2019, the school announced in a news release.
“The AP® Scholar Awards are a series of awards given by the College Board for students who have received high scores on a number of AP® exams,” said Adam Lindley, Advanced Placement® Coordinator and Counselor, St. Francis High School, in the news release. “There are different levels of the award depending on the number of AP exams taken, high scores received, and average AP® exam scores. Students at St. Francis High School continue to excel on their AP® exams and earn college credit for their high scores.”
“We are proud of these students for their hard work, dedication and accomplishments,” said Principal, Raeann Huhn, in the release. “St. Francis High School is an excellent college preparatory school where all students have the opportunity to succeed.”
Below is a list of students from the Tri-Cities area who received an award:
AP® Scholar: These students have received grades of at least 3 or better on three or more AP® Exams.
Class of 2019 Graduates
Geneva: Finn Kliebhan, Noah Salinas, Caroline Zimmer
St. Charles: Jillian DiTusa, Mackenzie Missil, Henry Plamondon
St. Charles: Catherine Rudge
AP® Scholar with Honor: These students have received an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on four or more exams.
Class of 2019 Graduates:
Campton Hills: Michael Andrzejewski
Geneva: Emily Jania
Batavia: Ava Carlson