College Board Names Salesianum A Gold School on the AP Honor Roll and Recognizes 106 Salesianum Students

Salesianum School is proud to offer 22 Advanced Placement (AP) courses this year and the prestigious AP Capstone Program. Our school was earned a Gold level recognition on the AP School Honor Roll. The AP School Honor Roll recognizes schools whose AP programs are delivering results for students while broadening access. Schools can earn this recognition annually based on criteria that reflect a commitment to increasing college-going culture, providing opportunities for students to earn college credit, and maximizing college readiness.

Additionally, 106 students were recognized for excelling in their assessments and academic performance. There were 46 AP Scholars who earned a score of three or higher on three or more AP Exams. Another 13 students were recognized as AP Scholars with Honor, scoring three or higher on four or more exams with an average score of at least a 3.25 on all exams taken. Another 32 students have been recognized as AP Scholars with Distinction, earning a three or higher on five or more exams with an average score of at least a 3.5 on all exams. There were 10 AP Capstone Diploma Scholars that earned scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar, AP Research, and four additional AP Exams. In addition, 1 National African American Recognition Awardee, 3 National Hispanic Recognition Awardees, and 1 National Indigenous Awardee earned Academic Honors. These students needed to have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have excelled on the PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10, or earned a score of 3 or higher on two or more AP Exams, and are African American or Black, Hispanic American, or Latinx, Indigenous, and/or attend school in a rural area or small town. Congratulations to our students who continue to perform at the highest levels of academic excellence!

AP Scholars
Victor Adenaike, Sean Allen, Jackson Antonelli, Benjamin Azevedo, Matthew Azevedo, Ryan Billmann, Charles Binkley, Charles Bramble, Timothy Bransfield, Christopher Camaratta, Andrew Castellano, Brandon Cortez, John Cotrotsios, Aaron Darch, Benjamin Devlin, Patrick Fahnoe, John Farrell, Samuel Felice, Chase Flanagan, Darius Gavris, Michael Gioia, Robert Gruszka, Michael Guarino, Luke Guzevich, Frank Holodick, Christopher Kent, Ronan Landis, Isaiah Mathew, Benjamin Miller, Nathaniel Miller, Andrew Minuti, Samuel Munch, Padraic Murphy, Nicholas Nunez, Dylan Ortega, Anqi Pan, Matthew Priest, Michael Reece, George Roberts, Xavier Schweitzer, Luke Steinrock, Christian Sullivan, Oluwatobiloba Taiwo, Jack Thompson, Alexander Wang, Curtis Zhuo. 
AP Scholars with Honors
Harrison Drop, Noah Filliben, Sebastian Gervay, Nicholas Giannetta, Dominic Grassi, Alexander Johnson, Samuel Mckeown, Andrew Mlynarski, Josh Moran, Luke Plunkett, Andrew Pryor, Nathan Reid, James Szpak.
AP Scholars with Distinction
Christopher Albert, Zachary Alvord, Connor Brown, Mauro Colonna, Jack Cordery, Matthew Funchion, Alex Genoese, Finn Green, Alexander Greenjack, John Jacobson, Matthew Klous, Matthew Kumar, Ryan LaFave, Colin Lewis, John Link, Ryan Mahoney, Nicholas Martin, Colin McGhee, Gregory Oberholzer, Paris Pappas, Jake Randall, Jonathan Ransom, Peter Regotti, Joseph Robinson, Patrick Rowe, Jason Scheckner, Andrew Scott, Divine Taniform, Gabriel Teather, Ryan Toy, Winston Yalamanchili, Eric Yoon.
AP Capstone Diploma
Charles Binkley, Colin Lewis, Colin McGhee, Nicholas Nunez, Gregory Oberholzer, Luke Plunkett, Jake Randall, Joseph Robinson, Jason Scheckner, Divine Taniform.
National African American Recognition AwardAiden Gonzalez
National Hispanic Recognition AwardNikolas Carranza, Aiden Gonzalez, Andres Gonzalez, Meric Narvaez.
National Indigenous AwardCole Locklear

The College Board AP Program allows students to take challenging college-level courses while still in high school. A 3 or higher on an AP Exam has multiple benefits for students, including earning college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on AP Exams, saving them time and money. Research shows AP students are better prepared for and more likely to enroll and remain in college, do well in classes, and earn their degrees on time. Each exam is developed by a committee of college and university faculty and AP teachers, ensuring that AP Exams align with their high standards.