Roslyn AP Scholar Award Winners Named

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Two hundred and thirty-eight current students and recent graduates at Roslyn High School, a record number, have earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program (AP) Examinations.

The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program provides motivated and academically prepared students the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on the AP exams. About 20 percent of the 2.1 million students worldwide who took AP Exams performed at a sufficiently high level to also earn an AP Scholar Award.

The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on student’s performance on AP exams.

At Roslyn High School:

Twenty-eight students qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning an average score of 4 or higher on a 5-point scale on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. These students are:

Joshua S. Bloom

Asher J. Bykov

Taylor J. Diamond

Drew Goldman

Andrea Griffin

Aman A. Jaisinghani

Johanna G. Kann

Adrian Ke

Ryan H. Kim

Jayna Kurlender

Kevin R. Lam

Melanie Landesberg

Emily L. Leventhal

Alex Liu

Samuel S. Miller

Sarah Z. Miller

Emily H. Mintz

Sarah N. Pethani

Maleeha O. Rahman

Mayeesa Rahman

Lindsey L. Rust

Gemma J. Schneider

Ethan S. Sims

Jasmine A. Ting

Catherine Tom

Michael S. Wechsler

Eli B. Weiner

Jeffrey Yu

One hundred and twenty-three students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning 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. These students are:

Peter J. Ackermann

Ankit Agrawal

Jarred B. Allen

Isabella L. Andrade

Yasin R. Badawy

Sean I. Balakhanei

Anthony A. Barisano

Ronshekhar Basak

John D. Belov

Olivia Ben-Levy

Jasmine S. Berger

Bryan A. Bibicheff

Alex B. Bloom

Joshua S. Bloom

William Borges

Asher J. Bykov

Leah N. Chapman

Kevin Cheng

Truman Chong

Lauren Christenson

Daniel C. Cohen

Adam B. Covey

Taylor J. Diamond

Abigail L. Drucker

Aram Ebrahimian

Zoe P. Farber

Daniel Fedida

Julia G. Fine

Joshua A. Flashner

Daniel I. Flyer

Julia T. Friedman

Lianna C. Friedman

Matt s. Friedman

Gabrielle R. Fries

Daniella A. Futoran

Eytan Z. Gilady

Andrew T. Goldberg

Drew Goldman

Zachary E. Goldschmid

Jason H. Goncalves

Brynn P. Goodstadt

Daleep S. Grewal

Andrea Griffin

Dana S. Guggenheim

Ariella R. Hakimi

Brandon A. Hammerman

Ashley S. Hou

Lucy Huang

Aman A. Jaisinghani

Justin A. Kalman

Angad S. Kamboj

Young W. Kang

Johanna G. Kann

Adrian Ke

Carly P. Khazzam

Ashlyn Kim

Joshua Kim

Ryan H. Kim

Sarah Kim

Louis M. Kotler

Jayna Kurlender

Kevin R. Lam

Melanie Landesberg

Brandon Lee

Nicole A. Lee

Priscilla J. Lee

Carly Lenson

Emily L. Leventhal

Alex Liu

Leah A. Markbreiter

Samantha L. Matthews

Kyra G. McTigue

Harris W. Miller

Samuel S. Miller

Sarah Z. Miller

Emily H. Mintz

Caitlin Mongeluzo

Justin M. Morgenstern

Gabriella Nassim

Anneliese N. Opran

Zachary A. Perlman

Sarah N. Pethani

Marisa K. Radulescu

Maleeha O. Rahman

Mayeesa Rahman

Angelina M. Remnek

Sophia B. Remnek

Samuel F. Richter

Daniel B. Robbins

Alison M. Rosenbaum

Sydney M. Rothschild

Isabella J. Rowe

Madeline G. Rubin

Mark Russ

Lindsey L. Rust

Joshua Samuel

Justin D. Schiavo

Gemma J. Schneider

Paige Schultz

Serena M. Shah

Estee B. Sharabani

Michaela D. Shuster

Jordan Silvey

Ethan S. Sims

Samantha Spector

Olivia H. Stein

Jake Stoller

Michael L. Sun

Daniel J. Sung

Nicholas Terbancea

Jasmine A. Ting

Catherine Tom

Alexander Tran

Spencer H. Tsao

Audrey Vidal

Esther Wang

Michael S. Wechsler

Eli B. Weiner

Robert A. Weingarten

Kidest H. Wolde

Selina R. Wu

Jessica E. Yeroshalmi

Jeffrey Yu

Forty-nine students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. These students are:

Jillian L. Abizadeh

Anshul Agrawal

Andrew Antenberg

Ashley Avrani

Ethan L. Baum

Barr Bercho

Nicole J. Blattman

Daniel M. Castillo

Emily Cohen

Sharlene Deng

Isabella DiSanti

Benjamin R. Einzig

Mielle Emouna

Sophie A. Fries

Lara H. Gerstman

Hannah K. Ginsberg

Alexandra R. Glick

Sarah R. Golden

Javier J. Gomez

Ryan K. Gordon

Madeline A. Groothuis

Drew J. Halpern

Alexa P. Hoffman

Jerry Hu

Putimet Inroon

Roey Kafri

Rachel Khaneyan

Juliet M. Kim

Makenzie P. Komack

Samuel E. Lerner

Samantha Levin

Arianna I. Mindick

Matthew E. Nichols

Jessica Niu

Sara C. Popofsky

Jessie P. Posner

Lauren Powers

Avi J. Rosenblat

Ross C. Rosenfeld

Feyi Sayo H. Rufai

Kelly Salpeter

Savanna R. Silver

Jacob Stein

Julia l. Tenner

Olivia F. Viruet-Quintero

Jack D. Waldman

Andie L. Weiner

Daniel S. Williams

Kyle Yoon

Sixty-six students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Examinations, with scores of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are:

Samantha Agulnick

Isabela S. Antoniuk

Aleena Bang

Kristen Barsoum

Caroline Ben-Levy

Alyssa Benyaminy

Jordan H. Bernstein

Taylor D. Bracone

Anna M. Brichta

Henry Chou

Joshua Ciolko

Brooke M. Defrin

Sarah G. Faber

Arielle E. Fishler

Kylie s. Fox

Molly E. Frank

Jake A. Freeman

Isabelle Friedfeld-Gebai

Monica K. Furci

Ethan D. Gatto

Alexander G. Golub

Justin A. Heitner

Benjamin M. Heller

Rachel H. Hornig

Stanley Huang

Mason H. Huckins

Taylor J. Irizarry

Alexa y. Irom

Oren Kahen

Jordan Kahn

Noah A. Kashman

Jeremy J. Kim

Ryan Kim

Maia G. Kirschner

Benjamin C. Klein

Jillian A. Klener

Matthew Koo

Jake R. Litvack

Rebecca I. Lubin

Riddhi Mangal

William J. Markowitz

Alison Mei

Andrew R. Miller

Grant Miller

Ashley S. Na

Justin J. Om

Stefani B. Ozer

Alida Pahlevan Sabbag

Joseph J. Pak

Jake A. Pareti

Seema Patel

Gabriella A. Pergament

Ryan A. Rabinowitz

Harris D. Reimer

Andrew V. Rosenberg

Dylan T. Sapienza

Skylar R. Schumann

Ariel Shalonov

Shreeyam Sharda

Maya Weinbaum

Alison B. Weinberg

Benjamin Weissman

Charlotte H. Werner

Jay Wiebe

Yuka S. Yamauchi

Maggie Yung

Of this year’s award recipients at Roslyn High School, 113 were juniors and two were sophomores. These students have at least one more year in which to complete college-level work, and possibly earn a higher-level AP Scholar Award.

Submitted by the Roslyn School District

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