Hartselle High School announces AP scholars
Special to the Enquirer
Students in schools all over the globe take Advanced Placement (AP) exams every spring. The College Board’s AP® program provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on the AP Exams.
The College Board released the AP scores in July. A total of 60 Hartselle High School students earned AP Scholar Awards to recognize their exceptional achievement on AP Exams taken in Spring 2023.
The AP Scholar Awards are a series of awards given by the College Board to students who have demonstrated exemplary college-level achievement. The high school students must earn a three or above score on at least three AP exams.
The 2023 Hartselle High School AP Scholars are:
Ryan Aymett, Eliza Balch, Mackenzie Barrier, Brody Boster, Jacob Bowling, Jackson Boyd, Shelby Braddock, Terra Bragwell, Adeline Burney, Sydney Button, Andrew Crittenden, Gabriel Day, Noah Der, Alyssa Dobbs-Langford, Emily Doshier, Caleb Ekema, Edward Ellis, Holland Foote, Braydon Galloway, Aubrey Garrison, John Groover, Owen Hammonds, Sophia Hampton, Alexander Hatfield, Keegan Hembree, Olivia Henry, Emma Hunt, Jett Johnson, Jackson Jones, Ashley Kent, Isaac Martin, Brayden McNeal, Ethan Medendorp, Meredith Meza, Eli Moore, Russell Murphy, Gentry Nelson, Callie Parker, Makala Parker, Chloe Peebles, John Peek, Alyssa Putnam, Matthew Reed, Joseph Robinson, Emma Roden, Kooper Rooks, Stratton Rutherford, Kennedy Sheats, Andrew Simmons, Samantha Simmons, Alexis Smith, Parker Stewart, Andrew Suggs, Matthew Tucker, Nicholas Vaughn, Eleanor Vest, Reagan Watson, Sarah Watson, Maisie Waynick and Peyton Young.