- D.C. Everest Senior High
DCE Students Qualify as National Advanced Placement Scholars
The College Board recognizes students across the nation who receive high scores on multiple Advanced Placement (AP) tests. Upon completing an AP course, students take an AP exam. Those who earn a score of three or higher on the AP test qualify for advanced university credit.
Below is a list of those DCE students who qualified for the Scholars program.
Nine students qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning an average grade of 4 or higher on a five point scale on all AP exams taken, and grades of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. The students are: Hayley Bartlein, Alexander Bluestein, Matthew Carter, Alexander Duhaime, Madeline Ellie, Mckenna Gilmore, Logun Gunderson, Makenna Hall, Brenden Spice
Forty-five students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP examinations taken and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these examinations. These students are: Ian Baeten, Hayley Bartlein, Alexander Bluestein, Benjamin Bosi, Vanessa Bradfish, John Breske, Matthew Carter, Rachel Clausing, Alexander Duhaime, Madeline Ellie, Sydney Freiberg, Cade Gelhar, Mckenna Gilmore, Logun Gunderson, Makenna Hall, Rachel Huffcutt, Laney Hughes, Emma Jourdan, Hayden Juneau, Liane Kee, Rachel Keenan, Amory Ketchum, Emma Knight, Steven Kraft, Graysen Kronschnabel, Makenna Krueger, Gavin Lloyd, Matthew Lukasik, Emily Lyga, Horeb Mahmood, Grace Martin, Tyler Mertes, Sydney Mittelsteadt, Nicole Montag, Megan Ninnemann, Asha Opal, Varick Peak, Gerica Reissmann, Lauren Rohr, Riyah Rudeen, Mckayla Schneck, Whitney Sloan, Allyson Socha, Brenden Spice, Kasey Stack, Regan Stefan, Johanne Vincent, Preston Winowiski, Kase Wolfe
Nineteen students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP examinations taken and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. These students are: Collin Abel, Jenna Baumann, Ethan Bedessem, Ryan Begley, Alex Buchacek, Julian Burrill, Tanner Cywinski, Haley Dahlke, Hannah Dahlke, Colton Esker, Kaylene Kurtz, Molly Maahs, Sydney Olund, Margaret Plaza, Maxwell Richards, Jordan Sazama, Ember Sessler, Madison Stolze, Scott Troemel
Fifty-nine students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP examinations with a grade of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are: Melissa Burgoyne, Lauren Carr, Ariana Christophersen, Olivia Coleman, Jenna Cooper, Timothy Cornish, Allison Cotton, Haley Cveykus, Mikayla Finnegan, Olivia Fitzsimmons Trobec, Isaac Guralski, Barry Guss, Izabella Halinowski, Kaylee Heiting, Nicholas Hersperger, Emily Huffcutt, Lily King, Nicole Kleman, Julia Knoll, Michael Knoll, Alina Kolehmainen, Alexander Langseth, Mai Xe Lee, Sarah Lehrke, Tou Lor, Catherine Lukasik, Myra Mahmood, Ashley Martino, Natalie Mohring, Charlie Moua, Samuel Nielsen, Melissa Nieuwenhuis, Eric Ostrowski, Nicholas Peters, Cameron Pflanzer, David Pickar, Rachel Plautz, Olivia Png, Jack Povilaitis, Nicholas Roberts, Alexandria Rowell, Kayleigh Rucinski, Tanner Schoenenberger, Kaleb Schuster, Morgan Severson, Christopher Sherfinski, Halle Sivertson, Michael Stanley, Allison Stevens, Jordan Tatro, Sarah Tegart, Carissa Tobalsky, Noah Witte, Lauren Witucki, Kendra Wolfgram, Max Woodward, Emily Xiong, Gunnar Yonker, Maria Young