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Students recognized for excellence on AP Exams


National AP Scholars

Dr. Charles Ned (far left) presented a banner bearing the names of 24 students who excelled in their AP tests, earning National AP Scholar recognition. The banner, held by Board President Keith Lapeze (left) and Dr. Elizabeth Fagen (right), will be displayed to honor their outstanding achievement.


Dr. Charles Ned, Director of Advanced Academics, presented a banner recognizing 24 Humble ISD students who earned the National AP Scholar distinction. To receive National AP Scholar recognition, students must average a score of at least 4.00 (out of 5) on all exams, and score 4 or higher on eight or more. A score of 3 or higher is required to pass the exam and receive college credit for the course. “Being named a National AP Scholar is quite an achievement. It is fitting to commemorate the exceptional academic accomplishment of these students by having their names on this banner and displaying it for all to see,” said Dr. Ned.”


The 24 students earning this distinction are: from Atascocita High School – Areli Navarro, Adam Tabor, Thorhildur Thordardottir, and Albert Truong; from Kingwood Park High School – Bryce Hall and Tessa Young; and from Kingwood High School – Gabriella Adame, Nathan Cleaver, Braeden Conrad, Ricardo Cotte, Matthew Doan, Hannah Lam, Justin Lin, Benjamin Litchfield, Kirsten Refvik, Samantha Refvik, William Riley, Emily Rook, Kayla Russell, Brian Saydyk, Paige Stroud, Eric Sun, Elizabeth Williams, and Fan Yang.