A total of 110 students from New Braunfels High School were named Advanced Placement (AP) scholars.
Out of the students named AP Scholars 26 were named AP Scholars with Distinction, 24 named AP Scholars with Honor and 60 as AP Scholars. Scholars are recognized based on the number of AP tests taken and their average score. All of the students that currently attend NBHS and were named AP Scholars with Distinction, the highest distinction, were honored at the NBISD Board meeting on Oct. 11, 2022.
2021-2022 AP SCHOLAR ROSTER
AP SCHOLARS WITH DISTINCTION: Katie Alkire, Nicholas Askew, Henry Boatright*, Benjamin Borchers, Chloe Camenisch, Liam Coffey*, Juan Conejo, Daniella De Luca*, Chloe Downey*, Kenya Frias-Rodriguez*, Viviana Garcia*, Madeline Gledhill*, Alayna Harvey*, Bradi Hill*, Devon Kear-Leng*, Abigail Lawson*, Edward Le, Sora Mayer, Jack Mayo*, Sofia Murra Vicario*, Valeria Ortiz Hayakawa, Wiley Post, Katherine Ray, Gavin Remo, Ellery Rodriguez*, Lauren Studdard, Landon Uelsmann*
AP SCHOLARS WITH HONOR: Safiya Ahmed, Mara Bredesen*, Olivia Burdette, Ian Clark, Maya Donovan, Jack Frederickson, Sebastian Garcia, Kaitlin Hale, Mia Hanz, Jensen Harvey*, Daniel Hoang, Ethan House*, Kierra Howard*, Daniel Jensen, Ethan Keresztes, Ella Lacy*, Sierra Muir, Andrew Parrish*, Abrianna Perez, Lauren Perry*, Eriana Reetz, Danika Rossbach, Elijah Villegas, Kinsey Vollbrecht
AP SCHOLARS: Aiden Baumann*, Nathaniel Beckman*, Jackson Bendele*, Maxwell Blanchett,
Allison Boyd*, Alura Calder*, Brooklyn Call, Julia Carnes*, Milla Check, Evyn Clark, Noah Cludius, Layton Coley*, Daniel Esqueda*, Tomlin Fischer, Nathalie Freiha, Cesar Frias, Caitlyn Gallaher, Braden Goebel*, Tyler Griscom, Catelyn Hatcher, Bevin Haynes, Bernice Hoang, Rodney Hudnall, Angel Inchaurregui, Emily Johnston, Jaden Kirby, Ava Klein, Timothy Lee*, Ella Leininger, Fletcher Lowe, Amaya Madsen, Raven Mantooth, Kenneth McMullen, Kerrie Means*, Abigail Morrow*, Nicholas Murphy*, Timothy Niedens, Caroline Ontiveros, Vian Ozuna, Pooja Patel, Avrianna Powell, Ava Presley*, Juan Ramirez, Tessa Rankin*, Reagan Redanz, Ryan Reed*, Ridge Robinson, Collin Rodriguez, Juliana Romo*, Randi Rush, Daniel Sanchez*, Abbie Simmons, John Smith*, James Testa, Kellen Underberg, Willem van der Maal, Jovanny Vega, Owen Vollbrecht, Hannah Webb, Maya Webb
*Denotes 2022 NBHS Graduate
The AP Scholar criteria is outlined below:
National AP Scholar distinction is granted to students in the United States who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.
AP Scholar with Distinction designation is granted to students who receive an average of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.
AP Scholar with Honor designation is granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.
AP Scholar designation is granted to students who received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.
The AP program is a curriculum sponsored by the College Board that offers standardized courses to high school students and are generally recognized to be equivalent to undergraduate courses in college. Participating colleges grant credit to students who obtain high enough scores on exams to qualify.