National Scholastic Honors

As a result of their performance on national Advanced Placement exams, the College Board has named 70 Rocky Point High School current students and members of the Class of 2015 as Advanced Placement Scholars.

Two graduates – Lauren McBrearty and Joseph Niver ¬– earned the highest honor of National AP Scholar, as they received 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.

The following 21 students were named AP Scholars with Distinction, as they received an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and a score of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.

Matthew Brewer
Erin Damers*
Aijia Feng*
James Gohn
Katherine Guevara*
Ryan Hibbard*
Ian Holland
Julia Kutsch*
Shannon Magrane*
Shaun Martinsen*
Lauren McBrearty*
Nicholas Migliore *
Joseph Niver*
Brittany Rinaldi*
Samantha Rivera*
Kenneth Schick*
Frankie Sciulla*
Cole Sugrue*
Antionette Timmerman*
Tejas Tope*
Michael Volpe*

Thirteen students were given the distinction of AP Scholar with Honor, as they received 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.

Thomas Dutton*
Lily Ferguson
Daniel Infranco
Claire Johannesen
Carson Kimball*
Lisa Lafountaine*
Alexander Peck*
Chase Rieger*
Bayleigh Sauerwald
Claire Shapiro
Alexa Titone
Casey Williamson*
Justin Zorcik

Thirty-six students were named AP Scholars, as they received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.
Avery Atkinson*
William Barber*
Tatiana Belanich*
Nicole Berg*
Sean Best
Hunter Coleman*
Michael Coleman*
Louis Duffy*
Caitlyn Forster
Dean Gandley*
Gracemarie Gritz
Madison Hrysko
Sara Janus*
Sean Kind*
Brendan Kirsch*
Sarah Lambert
Elizabeth Lucarini
Alexandra Lynch*
Madison Maciaszek*
Rachel Magnuson*
Liam Merrow*
Melissa Messinetti
Erin Michelitsch*
Corinne O’Reilly
Paul Picciotti
Kyra Porter*
Ashley Sanchez
Brianna Sander
Emily Sandstrom
Jeremy Sticco*
Robert Strazzeri*
Jack Sullivan*
Korinne Utting*
Jerome Vessichio*
Aidan Voss*
Andrew Wehnke*

The Rocky Point School District offers 16 AP courses that provide students with the opportunity to take college-level classes while still enrolled in high school. Classes span core subjects such as chemistry and calculus, as well as electives including music theory and Italian language and culture.

Students who receive a passing grade on an AP exam may be eligible for future college credit.