CROWN POINT | Test scores are in: AP exam scores are highest in Crown Point High School’s history as well as the records for offering more college level advance placement classes; having more students enrolled in those classes; and having a higher percentage of those students taking the AP exam.
Pictured above are among the teachers with the highest scores: Sarah Robertson, Elizabeth Laba, John Lambersie, Jason McGee, Brian Elston, Jacob Adams, and Rachele Raloff. Other AP teachers: Paula Barancyk, Michael Bazin, Amy Berchem, Karen Cox, Jim Deal, Jerome Flewelling, Jim Ingelhart, Dotty Johnson, Vincent Lewis, David Rosenbaum, Steve Strayer, Noriko Wachowski, and Dana Zurbriggen.
“CPHS students set an all-time high with 64% of all students taking an AP exam scoring 3 or better. Our teachers and students have done a fantastic job. The commitment to providing post-secondary value for students is reinforced with 66% of the Class of 2013 earning at least 3 college credits or scoring 3+ on at least one AP exam,” CPHS Principal Chip Pettit said.
Students reached record breaking AP success rates with 111 Crown Point High School students earning the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program Exams.
Fifty five senior students earned AP Scholar (scoring a 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams): Joshua Allen, Paul Barenie, Angel Barraza, Samuel Beishuizen, Adam Binder, Zachary Bisel, Haley Bordui, Blaize Borovich, Lucia Bracco, Katherine Burrell, Cole Cartwright, Brandi Collins, Mariel Cuellar, Austin Cundiff, Madison DeGoey, Christopher Dietrich, Abigail Elston, Courtney Ann Farrell, Joseph Gawor, Molly Grace, Jacob Hazi, Jared Hebda, Tyler Hendrickson, Kelsey Hopkins, Nicholas Huls, Ashley Jones, Alexandra Jostes, Rayne Kim, Samantha Konicki, Nicholas Kujawski, Emily Langston, Kostantinos Leontaras, John MacNeil, Mikayla Marcinkowski, Rachel Marczewski, Bridgette McCormick, Alexander McLean, Danielle Metzcus, Kristina Mihajlovic, Samuel Mindas, Kendall Mores, Amanda Pavot, Kyle Przyborski, Nina Rettig, Amanda Rider, Joshua Schuljak, Ahmed Shaaban, Rachel Steiger, Liberty Stratton, Kathryn Szymanski, Blagojce Trimoski, Jacob Voss, Christine Walsh, Julietta Wright, and Andrew Yokas.
Fifty four junior students earned AP Scholar (scoring a 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams): Chloe Anderson, Emily Anderson, Steven Bazin, Rachael Bokota, Renee Brigham, Zachary Bucci, Joshua David, Rhythm Dhillon, Katherine Dillon, Tyler Downing, Abigail Eineman, Elyse Feder, Maggie Gelon, Olivia Graham, Natalie Groff, Jacob Gulka, Kyle Heilman, Patrick Hibbard, Cody Hipp, Carson Hoogewerf, Aleksandar Kajmakoski, Ryan Kelleher, Michael Keller, Lynn Kholoki, Kyle Kirk, Caleb Kreis, Steven Krenzke, Zachary Lambert, Savannah Langbartels, Alexandra Lilovich, Bonnie Lin, Matthew Lippy, Samuel Maginot, Hannah Maxwell, Madeline McConnell, Nathan McNally, Brianna Oliver, Nicholas Ormes, Nicklaus Palmer, Ashlyn Pickett, Ryan Prodoehl, April Przyborski, Susan Reed, Jackson Roush, Griffin Rushton, Ryan Russell, Jacob Ryan, Rodolfo Javier, San Juan III, Dorotea Sotirovska, Robert Stratton, Athena Tran, Alexandra Vasos, Nathaniel Wos, and Kamil Zabawa.
Two sophomore students earned AP Scholar (scoring a 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams): Jonathan Dietrich and Simone Siew.
In addition to receiving an award certificate, this achievement is acknowledged on AP score reports sent to colleges.