TASIS Has Most AP Scholars in Years
Posted 09/19/2016 11:00AM

The American School in Switzerland is pleased to announce that 19 students have earned an AP Scholar Award for their exceptional work on the 2016 Advanced Placement exams.

Seven TASIS students received the highest honor, AP Scholar with Distinction, which requires scores of 3 or higher on five or more AP exams with an average score of at least 3.5. Kirill Krupenin ’17, Michael Mazourik ’16, Adam Novak ’17, Sara Posada ’16, Marianne Tissot ’16, Jonathan Xie ’16, and Micol Zardi ’16 earned this impressive honor, posting an average score of 4.32 on a total of 47 exams. (All AP exams are scored from 1-5.)

Four students–Ayse Cevikel ’16, Svetlana Esmukhanova ’16, and Jeremy Kopp ’16–were named an AP Scholar with Honor, posting scores of 3 or higher on four or more exams with an average score of at least 3.25.

Ayhan Bezmez ’16, Vladlena Ivannikova ’16, Emily Lewis ’16, Christelle Mezzadri ’17, Francesa Olcese ’16, Anna Prokofieva ’16, Zakaria Rostamitehrani ’16, and Alexandria Strawn ’16, and Yifan Xia ’17 earned the designation of AP Scholar by scoring 3 or higher on at least three exams.

Nineteen AP Scholars and seven AP Scholars with Distinction both represent highs for TASIS over the course of at least the past six years. (The College Board’s online reports only go back to 2011.)

Read about specific highlights from the 2016 Advanced Placement exams.


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