Congratulations are in order for 63 students who have been named 2016 Advanced Placement Scholars, including one National Scholar.

Advanced Placement classes are college-level and culminate in an exam students can take to qualify for college credit should they score high enough.

Washington Park High School student Alyssa Ertl was named an AP National Scholar, which means she earned an average score of at least a 4 on all the AP exams she took. Additionally, she earned scores of 4 or higher on eight or more exams.

The AP Scholars designation means students have completed three or more exams with a score of three or higher:

Horlick High School

  • Rebecca Arnold
  • Katherine Bydalek
  • Shannon Campion
  • Simeon Cannalte
  • Emily Evitts
  • Margaret Ford
  • Andrew Gilbertson
  • Cassandra Gillen
  • Talitha Gudal
  • Gabriel Hernandez
  • Mackenzie Jacobs
  • Katherine Jens
  • Sydney Johnson
  • Jeffrey Kanetzke
  • Amelia Kasper
  • Clara Madley
  • Milan Markovic
  • Cole Martell
  • Hannah Molitor
  • Nora Nichols
  • Sofia Nikolic
  • Adam Rosquist
  • Theresa Schinkowitch
  • Alyssa Schneider
  • Isabella Smetana
  • Thomas Stublaski
  • Zachary Topel
  • Rachel Weisenbeck

Park High School

  • Ryan Cartwright
  • Emma Czosnek
  • Ben Joshua Enriquez
  • Griffin Gutierrez
  • Allison Heidenreich
  • Racquel Henderson
  • Kayla Hoff
  • Kaylee Kannenberg
  • Erika Meredith
  • Ryan Petersen
  • Samuel Robertson
  • Jenna Rosinski
  • Regina Scott
  • Sierra Sexton
  • Jared Smith
  • Tyler Tremmel

From Walden II High School

  • Michael Christensen

The following students achieved AP Scholars With Honor; they scored an average of 3.25 on the AP exams they took as well as scored a 3 or higher on four or more exams.

From Horlick High School

  • Thomas Appleton
  • Ali Batayneh
  • Charles Ricchio
  • Milan Tomic
  • Alyssa Wastradowski
  • Alexander Wiggins

From Park High School

  • Giorgi Miller
  • Neil Monson
  • Sarah Oetzman
  • Zachary Ostergaard

Students who scored an average of at least 3.5 on all their AP exams and scored 3 or higher on five or more exams were named AP Scholars With Distinction. 

Horlick High School

  • Hailey Burmeister
  • Michael Coey
  • Katarina Fischer
  • Nicole Shields
  • Joshua Topel

Park High School

  • Eryn Benner
  • Alyssa Ertl
  • Sophie Torosian

Love what we do?

In addition to our education features, we’ll be kicking off a series of stories highlighting how parents, students, and educators are adapting to the impact of COVID-19 on education. If this is important to you, please consider donating to our education reporting fund. https://business.facebook.com/donate/1846323118855149/3262802717172659/