Celebrating 2018 AP Scholars from WCPS
Congratulations to the 108 AP Scholars from Wicomico Public Schools
Posted on 07/26/2018

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donna C. Hanlin and the Wicomico County Board of Education are pleased to congratulate the 2018 AP (Advanced Placement) Scholars from Wicomico Public Schools.

At the end of each challenging college-level AP course, students have the option to take an exam on which high marks may earn them college credit and AP Scholar recognition. In 2018, Wicomico County Public Schools had two National AP Scholars, 20 AP Scholars with Distinction, 20 AP Scholars with Honor, and 66 AP Scholars. These outstanding students were juniors and seniors, as well as one student who achieved that status in the ninth grade.

This listing includes all of the 2018 AP Scholars from Wicomico Schools, including those who graduated in the Class of 2018. The Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools will recognize current Wicomico Schools students who are AP Scholars at the Nov. 15 Awards & Recognitions Night.


National AP Scholars: Wicomico Schools had two students who achieved at the very highest level of the 2018 AP Program as National AP Scholars. They received an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on 8 or more AP exams.

James M. Bennett High: Christina M. Sun, Madison MacDougall


AP Scholars with Distinction received 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.

James M. Bennett High: Michael Avanessian, Kristen L. Gittings, Ethan M. Jones, Danielle O. Konlian, Aadit P. Mehta, Stephanie M. Myers, Saige M. Oechsli, Rawan A. Osman, Ju-Young Park, Alexander J. Patterson, Owen S. Peters, Matthew S. Phillips, Alison M. Sahler, Matthew C. Selser, Emilee M. Shannon, George C. Weaver

Parkside High: Kadijatou P. Diallo

Wicomico High: Gia Lauren Bautista, William A. Faulkner, Millicent Kihiuria


AP Scholars with Honor received 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.

James M. Bennett High: Adib Adnan, Razzan M. Elobeid, Annabel L. Hoffman, Noah B. Jordan, Jun S. Lee, Aaron M. Schweitzer, Savannah L. Scott, Bryan W. SebaRaj, Julianna Sterling, Aaron J. Stiegler

Mardela High: Zoe M. Bradshaw

Parkside High: Allan B. Hall, Indiyah A. Molock, Gracie J. Perry, Kinza Pervaiz, Cera K. Rains

Wicomico High: Aysha R. Ahmed, Rebecca M. Aydelotte, Briauna Mears, Destiny Thomas

 

AP Scholars received grades of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.

James M. Bennett High: Akrem E. Abdelwahab, Maryam A. Alnaseri, Lensky Augustin, Dylan W. Bails, Caroline A. Bassett, Rachel L. Berley, Kaylyn M. Branton, Marilyn A. Chen, Virginia W. Cheng, Hannah N. Dickson, Ryan C. Era, Manal Faisal, Tanner J. Farro, Mia Fisher, Erin E. Hall, Joshua Harman, Alexander R. Joseph, Emily S. Joseph, Alex J. Kim, Marvin F. Li, Dulaney H. Marsh, Banuja R. Munasinghe, Edward S. Nieberding, Alana A. Reyes, Stephen P. Sabo, Patrick D. SebaRaj, Aman F. Shahzad, Hope E. Shearer, Patricia M. Sherwood, Abdullah Z. Siddiqui, Carolyn J. Sidell, Leila Tajvar, Ann Thomas, Mark G. Treuth, Michael D. Urian, Bailey R. VanBuren, Spencer A. Van Dopp, Nicholas Von Kollmar, Alison A. Weeg, Addison E. Wendlandt, Katerina D. Yiannouris

Mardela High: Maggie L. Adams, Darien R. O’Neal, Andrew C. Smith, Haylee A. Smith

Parkside High: Asher C. Amey, Sophia Amir, Daniel A. Arroyo-Flores, Ellery B. Beck, Joseph C. Bernstein, Lauren E. Bradford, Hannah E. Hoang, Julia A. Mohr, Bailey A. Pilchard, Sarah J. Runge, Cole M. Watkins, Ellen M. Wittmyer

Wicomico High: Juliet C. Bier, Kaia A. Harrison, Ahmed Iqbal, Jacob T. Jackson, D’Shon J. McCarthy, Darren M. Nelson, Nicholas V. Nguyen, Taylor M. Smith, Ariana A. Urbano