Through a partnership with the National Math and Science Initiative, instructors and students have access to numerous resources needed to achieve these levels of success.
St. Amant High School students are no strangers to success, but recently 30 Gators have distinguished themselves academically by qualifying for the Advanced Placement School Scholar Award. This prestigious award is granted to students who have earned a score of 3 or higher on at least three separate AP exams.
AP classes require students to acquire and master college-level skills. Exams are given in May of each school year, and students are typically required to score a 3 or higher in order to earn college credit. Earning AP credit in three or more courses is a tremendous accomplishment that requires dedication and determination from hardworking students. St. Amant High proudly holds these students as the epitome of academic excellence!
St. Amant High AP Scholars are Arliss Angel, Haylee Bonham, Courtney Bourgeois, Travis Braud, Hayden Bumgarden, Owen Chartier, Morgan Cochran, Eli Coleman, Caylee Collier, Camryn Cook, Brenden David, Sarah Delhaye, Brady Duplessis, Annie Dupuy, Braylon Frederic, Adelaide Gaffney, Tayler Hooper, Adam Kardoff, Ethan Millet, Blake Nassar, Kathryn Ogilvie, Matthew Parker, Blaire Peterson, Mason Phelps, Julie Svec, Chase Tran, and Alexander Young.
In addition to these students, St. Amant High School also had two students earn additional honors from College Board. Nicholas Robert and Christopher Simoni were named AP Scholars with Honors. This distinction is held by students who earn an average minimum score of at least a 3.25 on all AP Exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more exams.
Achieving the level of AP Scholar with Distinction is Sarah Lawrence. Sarah Lawrence received this prestigious honor 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. Sarah Lawrence fully embodies St. Amant’s motto of Success Through Actions!
St. Amant offers AP classes in a variety of courses, and through a partnership with the National Math and Science Initiative, instructors and students have access to numerous resources needed to achieve these levels of success. The NMSI initiative, funded through a private grant by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, provides training, supplies, and monetary stipends and incentives to the course instructors, as well as monetary incentives for students who earn a 3 or higher. St. Amant is currently in the third, and final, year of its partnership with NMSI.
St. Amant High congratulates the outstanding academic achievements of all of its AP students!
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