AP High School Students Honored

Some of the 17 Manchester High School Advanced Placement students pose for a photo. They were recognized during a recent Board of Education meeting. (Photo courtesy Manchester Schools)

  MANCHESTER– Seventeen advanced placement students of Manchester High School were recently recognized.

  The students scored four or five on Advanced Placement tests within the last school year. The AP tests allow students to get college credit for AP courses taken in high school.

  Superintendent David Trethaway explained that “when you get a four or five you are doing an outstanding job in the most rigorous classes we have in the high school, and you’ll notice some of these students are doing it in multiple classes. It is a great honor to recognize them.”

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  MTHS Vice Principal, Sarah Thiffault, read the names and accomplishments of the students, many of whom are already away at college and were not present at the meeting.

  The students include:

  • Adrienne Biscardi – 4 in English Language & Composition, 4 in United States History
  • Morgan Brustman – 4 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Marissa Clauberg – 5 in Calculus BC, 5 in English Language & Composition, 4 in Spanish, 4 in Statistics, 5 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Caterina Damato – 4 in Calculus AB
  • Gabriel Estrada – 4 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Sheryl Gonzalez – 5 in Spanish
  • Taylor Hoenge – 4 in Computer Science Principles
  • Nicholas Isphording – 4 in Psychology
  • Ryan Krzynowek – 4 in World History
  • Brook Kumichel – 4 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Michael Lafranco – 5 in Calculus BC, 5 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Cassandra McDermott – 4 in Biology, 4 in Calculus BC, 4 in Psychology, 5 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Melissa Mello – 4 in Chemistry
  • Sarah Nguyen – 4 in Chemistry
  • Hailey Sales – 4 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Calvin Suoto – 4 in Calculus BC, 5 in Chemistry, 5 in Calculus Subscore AB
  • Taylor Zuczek – 4 in Calculus BC, 4 in Calculus AB