Bellefontaine Students receive honors
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Bellefontaine City School Students
Earn Advanced Placement Honors!
Bellefontaine City Schools recently received news that 10 of their students have been recognized for their outstanding performance on Advanced Placement Exams. Advanced Placement Tests are monitored by College Board and given to students who complete very rigorous coursework in order to prepare for these tests. These very difficult tests, are scored by the national board and students receive scores of 1 through 5. College credit is awarded at most colleges for scores in at least the 3 or 4 range.
Three students were recognized as an AP Scholar with Distinction. Connor Oppy, a BHS 2016 graduate, received this recognition for scoring an average of at least a 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scoring a 3 or higher on five or more AP exams. Nicholas Kurtz and Caleb Stewart, both seniors for the 2016-2017 school year, also received the AP Scholar with Distinction award.
Seven Bellefontaine students were recognized as AP Scholars for receiving a 3 or higher on at least three AP exams. Receiving this award was current junior, Ryoma Kawakami and current senior Eric Laroche, as well as 2016 graduates Isaiah Brady, Nicholas Holoman, Tyler Jones, Christian Kelley and Zach Yoesting.