Homewood-Flossmoor High School announced the success of 160 Advanced Placement students earning outstanding recognition on AP exams taken during the 2019-2020 school year.
The AP Scholar Awards are a series of awards given by the College Board for students who have gotten high scores on a number of AP exams. There are different levels of the award, depending on the number of AP exams a student has gotten a high score on, their average AP exam score and the school they attend.
During the past decade, Homewood-Flossmoor’s AP program has nearly doubled in size — in both its number of classes and its student enrollment.
H-F students can select from 21 AP courses. In 2011, the College Board recognized H-F as the only school in the state of Illinois with an exemplary Advanced Placement program for its efforts in getting African-American students to succeed in AP classes.
National AP Scholars are those students who received an average score of at least 4 (out of 5) on all AP exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. National AP Scholars for 2020 from H-F are: Kevin Berner, Michael Garrity, Kieran Hanley, Isaac Latman, Eric Piros, John Prokop, Janellie Roach and Tai Shonkwiler.
AP Scholars with Distinction are those students who received an average score of at least 3.5 (out of 5) on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five more of these exams. AP Scholars with Distinction for 2020 from H-F are: Grace Anderson, Margaret Bauer, Lily Dowd, Ella Ermshler, David Gibek, William Goldberg, Maya Harrell, Steven Bosch, Jania Breland, Patrick Brewton, Brianna Bridges, Paul Crecco, Lilly Donkel, Amber Hinich, Savannah Holly.
Louis Lampley, Asya Lengel, Luke Lesimple, Justin Libretti-River, Charlotte McManus, Sammari Meeks, Evelyn Middleton, Emily Pearce, Alexandria Porter, Chad Readey, Khadeejah Ryan, Haley Sawyer, Jaden Sharp, Aria Sline, Nia Smith, Anna Thompson, Benjamin Turnquest, Jack Williams, Camille Willis and Anna Wootton.
AP Scholars with honor are those students who received an average score of at least 3.25 (out of 5) on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. AP Scholars with Honor for 2020 are: Samuel Ayodiran, Jane Bachus, Teagan Bednarek, Hannah Beezie, Jordan Bennett-Clayton, Shyanne Bennett, Liam Bertz, Elizabeth Bransky, Trevor Brooks, Nya Brunson, Siara Carpenter, Natalia Carpio, Alejandro Contreras, Anna Gsell, Jovan Gutierrez, Jacob Hodges, Joseph Lockwood, Sofia Magan, Lauren Matthews, Mia Moore, Rowan Moxley, Aaron Newman, Kaden Paris, Natalie Rodriguez, Olivia Streitmatter, Jayla Watkins and Jewel Young.
AP Scholars are students who received scores of 3 or higher (out of 5) on three or more AP exams. AP Scholars for 2020 from H-F are: Neida Aguilar, Ugochukwu Alozie, Nicholas Amuh, Branden Anderson, Alexander Barrera, Ian Barrow, Jason Bennett, Louis Berman, Peyton Black, Ella Bohlman, Rebecca Brandt, Alyssa Brigham, Gabrielle Brown, Agne Butvilas, Samuel Calhoon, Sydney Cartwright, Ann Chaney, Taryn Cobbs, Michael Conaway, Lawrence Cook, Dominic Cutrara, Serena Determan, Collin Duntz, Delaney Eaheart, Kyla Emory, Marissa Esparza, Maya Fetherling, Marquel Flanagan, Olivia Fortman, Adam Freeman.
Grace Gallus, Andrew Hansen, Troy Harbin, Taylor Harvey, Kenyon Haynes, Hannah Hunter, Joshua Hur, Gloria Ikoh, Makiya Jenkins, Journey Johnson, Ava Jones, Gabriyel Jones, Kennedy Jones, Adekemi Kasali, Grace Keigher, Jazmyn Kelley, Emmanuel Key, Lillian Knetl, Jeanette Kouassi, Carter Langston, Elizabeth Lipscomb, Grace Mahorney, Natalia Makarewicz, Nia Martin, Nathaniel Martinez, Andreu Mason, Eleanor McBride, Emma Mensah, Ashly Moore, Umar Muhammad.
Cecilia Nicks, Leah Noble, Katelyn Nottke, Chimereze Nwaru, Elizabeth Oduwole, Joshua Oduwole, Kai Offett, John Pohrte, Dylan Puffenbarger, Haley Rampage, Kade Reid, Sofi Riedel, Abigail Rosales, Mattison Schneider, Aria Simpson, Ari Sline, Calahan Smith, Phillip Smith, Allison Stern, Isabella Strohmeier, Alex Szczender.
Javon Thomas, Natalie Thompson, Keisha Toguem, Jurni Tollerson, Calvin Uecker, Kelly Van Etten, Margaret Voelker, Russell Waddell, Curtis Walker, Hailey Walker, Rachel Washburn, Taylor Washington, Leah Watson, Jake Whitver, Erin Williams, Jori Williams and Jakir Wills.