Congratulations to the Fargo Public Schools students from Davies, North, and South High Schools recognized by the College Board for their outstanding academic achievements through advanced placement college level courses and exams.
Congratulations to the following Fargo Public Schools high school students (current and recently graduated) who have been named to College Board’s Advanced Placement Scholars Rosters to recognize high school students who have demonstrated college-level achievement through advanced placement courses and exams while attending high school. This achievement is acknowledged on a score report that is sent to colleges the following fall.
AP Scholars are students who received scores of 3.00 or higher on three or more Advanced Placement (AP) exams. The following students have received the designation of AP Scholar:
Davies High School: Alexia Belk, Alix Benson, Brooke Bergen, Madison Drummond, Braden Ehlert, Samuel Haggard, Jaymeson Hensel, Alaina Lynk, Reilly Mach, Emily Malmanger, Julia Osborne, Carter Razink, Anaclaire Rue, Page Schoer, Sam Sharpe, Parker Stenseth, Hannah Weiland, and Lindsay Winkelman.
North High School: Molly Anderson, Anna Astrup, Benjamin Aufman, Morgan Binfet, Alexander Brakvatne, Anna Erickson, Delton Gabel, Abbigail Grieger, Grace Haugen, Ruth Hegstad, Yu-Fang Huang, Adam Laschkewitsch, Jialin Long, Hallie Mann, Soren Nelson, Tsenguun Orkhon, Connor Ostendorf, Kristie Qui, Brady Rud, Quincy Sime, Andrea Simmons, Jamie Singelmann, Jacob Smith, Matthew Sullivan, Corey Tostenson, Remington Vannett, Emmalee Volk, Thomas Wehri, and Mikayla Weston.
South High School: Bryn Brotherson, Phuc Do, Liv Eidukat, Elizabeth Erber, Eve Hanson, Arianna Harmon, Sarah Holtey, Shiori Kudo, Zohji LaCroix, Sophia Maliscke, Mari Natwick, Riley Nelson, Miranda Ryan, Rachel Sorrells, Malcolm Strand, Alyssa Svidersky, Nicole Thompson, and Cole Wills.
AP Scholars with Honor are students who earned an average of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3.00 or higher on four or more of these exams. The following students have received the designation of AP Scholar With Honor:
Davies High School: Michelle Chadraa, Momina Chaudhry, MatthewScott Dale, Nathan De La Garza, Lauren Engstrom, Aaron Hallstrom, Michelle Johnson, Abigail Moser, Carter Ridl, Junting Shen, Austin Smith, Saige Thurlow, and Maria Wanzek.
North High School: Martha Denton, Maxwell Evenson, Sofia Flores, Brianna Martin, Andrew Niehaus, Samuel Roehl, Benjamin Steffen, and Callan Wright.
South High School: Samantha Frojen, Samuel Kennedy, Mackenzie Korbel, Michaela LaLonde, Sydney Nelson, Elizabeth Powell, Brena Rourke, and Alyssa Stutlien.
AP Scholars with Distinction are students who received an average score of at least 3.50 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3.00 or higher on five or more of these exams. The following students have received the designation of AP Scholar with Distinction:
Davies High School: Meghan Andreachi, Josiah Burkman, Grace Christensen, Max Gieser, Andrew Haarsager, Clifford Hall, Taylor Hayes, William Hella, Atiya Khan, Reka Leeaphon, Nidhi Mahale, Neelay Patel, April Peterson, Nataly Routledge, Nicholas Solem, Isaac Weintraub, Anna Wurzer, and Catherine Xu.
North High School: Martin Altenburg, Tyler Anderson, Nathanial Aufman, Jack Berg, Mitchell Dahl, David Dowdell, Emily Hao, Tanner Kirkpatrick, Trae Larson, Jeffery Liu, Mira Bella May, Matthew McIntyre, Isaac Spanjer, Jackson Stremick, and Benjamin Swason.
South High School: Mona Abdelrahman, Daysha Fliginger, Can Green, Cees Postema, Max Rokke, Alessandro Sassi, Kelly Schlagel, and Elina Smith.
National AP Scholars are students who received an average score of at least 4.00 on all AP exams taken and scores of 4.00 or higher on eight or more of these exams. The following students have received the designation of National AP Scholar:
Mona Abdelrahman (South)
Martin Altenburg (North)
David Dowdell (North)
Mira Bella May (North)
Cees Postema (South)
Max Rokke (South)
Kelly Schlagel (South)
Isaac Weintraub (Davies)
AP International Diploma are students who received scores of 3.00 or higher on five or more AP exams in three or more subject areas. The following student has received the designation AP International Diploma:
Max Rokke (South)