Advanced Placement Scholars 2017

One hundred and thirty-one Rye Country Day students were recognized by the College Board’s 2017 Advanced Placement Program for their outstanding achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Exams.

18 AP National Scholars (having received grades of “4” or higher on eight or more AP Exams): Daniel Aklog ’17, Natalie Alpert ’17, Will Asness ’17, Hannes Boehning ’17, Jack Briano ’17, Henry Cho ’17, Charles Curnin ’18, Duncan Khosla ’17, Elena Kim ’17, James Kosann ’17, Daniel Leva ’17, Kasey Luo ’17, Cate Mollerus ’17, Maggie Shanus ’17, Henry Shipman ’17, Noah Swan ’17, Varun Wadhwa ’18, Ryan Zeplin ’17. 

62 AP Scholars with Distinction (having received grades of “3” or higher on 5 or more AP Exams): Daniel Aklog ’17, Natalie Alpert ’17, Jasleen Anand ’17, Will Asness ’17, Ravtegh Aurora ’17, Clayton Bass ’18, Elizabeth Baxter ’17, Alexander Berger ’17, Hannes Boehning ’17, Jack Briano ’17, Dylan Brickman ’17, Jack Bronsky ’17, Jeffrey Chen ’17, Henry Cho ’17, Kyle Christopher ’18, Charles Curnin ’18, Alonzo Diaz ’18, Angela Dogani ’17, Callum Ellard ’17, Jack Engels ’17, Alexander Goddard ’17, Felipe Gómez ’17, Katherine Harkness ’17, David Jensen ’18, Nicholas Jindal ’18, Drew Kesselmark ’17, Duncan Khosla ’17, Elena Kim ’17, Catherine Kimmel ’17, Hanna Kopits ’17, Douglass Kosann ’17, James Kosann ’17, Daniel Leva ’17, Annabelle Liu ’18, Kasey Luo ’17, Madeline Madden ’17, Mackenzie Martin ’17, Jack Mattson ’17, Roxanne Mistry ’17,   Matthew Molinelli ’18, Cate Mollerus ’17, Kyle Moran ’17, P.J. Pujadas ’18, Maggie Shanus ’17,  Jason Sheppard ’18, Henry Shipman ’17, Jack Sobel ’18, Zachary Spilo ’18, Enzo Stefanoni ’17, Ella Sternberg ’17, Patrick Sullivan ’17, Callie Summers ’17, Noah Swan ’17, Catherine Turner ’17,  Gabriela Vascimini ’17, David Velona ’17, Joseph Waddell ’17, Varun Wadhwa ’18, Bennie Weber ’17, Sofia Wilmer ’18, Ryan Zeplin ’17, Madeline Zuber ’17.

29 AP Scholars with Honor (having received grades of “3” or higher on four or more AP Exams): Lucas Biondi ’17, Tyler Block ’18, Jane Burdick ’17, Thomas Chai ’17, Hunter Chun ’17, Jenna Cohn ’18, William Dodge ’18, Trevor Faulk ’17, Sofia Girvin ’18, Anna Guo ’17, Paul Hadchiti ’18, James Ishiguro ’17, Celeste Kelly ’18, Isabelle Koh ’18, Neerav Kumar ’18, Jesse Lefebvre ’17, Edward Massaro ’17, Therese Mooney ’18, Austin Pager ’18, CeCe Payne ’17, Lucie Rochat ’18, Diogo Schaffa ’18, Joshua Shapiro ’18, Reva Singh ’18, Ryan Stackpole ’17, Stephanie Starker ’17, Samuel Tanenbaum ’18, Francis Tedeschi ’17, Sarah Walker ’18.

40 AP Scholars (having received grades of “3” or higher on three or more AP Exams): Ethan Abraham ’18, Maximilian Bacon ’18, Spencer Brickman ’17, William Brody ’18, Thomas Carver ’18, Kyle Castagna ’18, Alethia Chan ’18, James Chen ’19, Forbes Crowley ’17, Isabella D’Ambrosio ’18, Sofia Dartnell ’18, Aminata Diane ’17, Michael DiCaprio ’18, Meredith Doppelt ’17, Shams Elbardissy ’17, Madeline Gaynor ’17, Sophia Giagni ’18, Mia Hotsuki ’19, Remie Houston ’17, Cristina Johnson ’17, Charles Katz ’18, Niamh Kernan ’18, Isabelle Kim ’18, Marisa Kim  ’18, Maxwell Mandell ’18, Connor Marrs ’19, Alexei Mentzer ’18, James Nash ’17, Chidozie Olewuenyi ’18, Tyler Ortiz ’17, Ruth Reynolds ’17, Mariana Sabogal ’18, Sabrina Sawhney ’18, Christopher Sullivan ’18, Shane Tomaino ’18, Nicholas Verni ’18, Sarah Vumbacco ’17, Olivia Weaver ’17, Kate Yamin ’18, Christopher Ziac ’18.