AHS Sees Record Number of College Board Awardees
Thirty-four students — surpassing AHS's previous high number of awardees by double digits — have received National African American (NAARA), National Hispanic (NHRA), and National Indigenous (NIA) Recognition Awards:
|Martha Abraham (NAARA)||Joaquin Adair (NHRA)|
|Kehinde Adeleke (NAARA)||Adeboye Adenuga (NAARA)|
|Yotam Ainom (NAARA)||Hundre Askie (NAARA)|
|Gerry Baltierra-Burgara (NHRA)||Kanyinsola Bankole-Brown (NAARA)|
|Brooke Christ (NHRA)||Chloe Crenshaw (NAARA)|
|Olivia Fahy (NAARA)||Tristyn Frazier (NAARA)|
|Crystal Garcia (NHRA)||Anthony Goines (NAARA)|
|Madisyn Harris (NAARA)||Malina Harris (NAARA, NIA)|
|Dillon Hess (NHRA)||Luke Howard (NHRA)|
|Jailen Johnson (NAARA)||Nolan Kersey (NAARA)|
|Madison King (NAARA)||Victor Ogunsanya (NAARA)|
|Zainab Okunola (NAARA)||Nathaniel Patterson (NAARA)|
|Payton Rhinehart (NAARA)||Kyle Roberts (NHRA)|
|Darrius Sayles (NAARA)||Robert Sykes (NAARA)|
|Olorunkorende Tokan-Lawal (NAARA)||Arizely Marte Valencia (NHRA)|
|Sasha Watson (NAARA)||Makayla Weems (NAARA)|
|Ifeoluwa Windapo (NAARA)||Hannah Wright (NAARA)|
These outstanding students earned this recognition because of their academic achievements and their outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and/or AP Exams.
These National Recognition Programs grant underrepresented students with academic honors that can be included on college and scholarship applications and connect students with universities across the country, helping them stand out during the admissions process. Colleges and scholarship programs use these honors to identify students from underrepresented groups through College Board’s Student Search Service.
These 34 AHS students achieved these accomplishments during an incredibly demanding part of their high school careers. They are worthy of our respect and appreciation.
Congratulations, students! You make us all proud.
- All Belong Learn Grow