Lindbergh High students earn AP honors

More than 50 Lindbergh High School students earned awards from the College Board after taking Advanced Placement Program Exams earlier this year.

Twenty-two students from Lindbergh High’s Class of 2006 received an AP Scholar with Distinction Award. This is granted to students who receive an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.

AP Scholar Awards and AP Scholar with Honor Awards were given to 30 Lindbergh High students. All of these awards are academic distinctions that students may cite among their credentials on applications and resumes.

Lindbergh High AP award recipients are:

AP Scholar with Distinction — Lauren Begany, Michelle Borage, Tiffany Chi, Jesse Cross, Melissa Cullmann, Meaghan Endicott, Nicole Evans, Katharine Haberman, Scott Linnenbringer, Emily Marler, Joel Marshall, John Meuser, Erin Montoia, Valerie Moody, Tracy Mulderig, Anna Perretta, Claire Riassetto, Michael Rudoff, Michelle Ruf, Russell Stauder, Allison Ubriaco and Adam Wille.

AP Scholar — Kyle Aubuchon, Lauren Bartshe, Timothy Harrison, Todd Heitmann, Austin Hope, Katelyn Jones, Jenna Krueger, Andrew Langland, Jennifer Leard, Bonnie Lenzen, Jessica Luttrell, Nicholas McKenzie, Andrew Mikusch, Zarlasht Momeni, Jacob Nickel, Shawn Peters, Lauren Pollien, Kathryn Schnuriger, Abbey Schumacher, Paul Vaughan, Rachel Waldemer, Ryan Wenk and Nicholas Zehrt.

AP Scholar with Honor — Anthony Augustine, Jessica Halloran, Jonathan Lucchesi, Justin Metcalf, Derik Scott and John Wuennenberg.

“Lindbergh’s AP Scholar awards have increased by 940 percent from seven years ago. This is very impressive and a tribute to our hard-working teachers,” Irv Muel-ler, Lindbergh High’s honors program coordinator, stated in a news release.

Superintendent Jim Sandfort is pleased that more Lindbergh High students are accepting the academic challenge of AP courses.

“The program has experienced significant growth during the past five years,” he stated. “High school students who enroll in AP courses will be better equipped for college in addition to having the opportunity to earn college credits early.”