Delbarton Produces 139 AP Scholars

Delbarton Produces 139 AP Scholars

The results are in! Congratulations to the 139 Delbarton students who qualified as AP (Advanced Placement) Scholars in 2022. Only approximately 18 percent of the more than 1.8 million students worldwide who took these exams in May 2022 performed at a sufficiently high level to merit such recognition.

The following 74 students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams:

AP Scholars with Distinction: Matthew Accardo '22, Ikenna Amadi '22, Andrew Ardise '22,  Colin Ardise '22, Alexander Banker '22, Andrew Bentz '22, Matthew Biamonte '22, William Calder '22, Christian Carbeau '22, Domenic Caruso '22, Guanyi Chen '22, Sebastian Cortes '22, Peter Cosmi '23,  Reagan Crann '22, William Crutchlow '22, Evan Dolan '22, James Cugno '23, Grant Dangler '23,  Dylan Desiderio '23, Nathaniel Donahue '22,  Murari Dondapati '22,  Amir Eltaki '23, Robert Feulner '22, Jack Finning '22, Aidan Hassan '22, Taylor Hunt '22, Anthony Implicito '23, John Jagoe '22, Ryan Johnson '22,  Connor Kim '2, Hayden Kim '22,  Jacob Klug '22, John Kramer '2,  Walter Krzastek '23,Derek Lagios '22, Braden Lalin '22, Jonathan Lang '23, Christopher Lee '23, Emerson Lee '23, Nathan Lee '22, Nolan Lee '23, Preston Lee '22, Anthony Lioa '22, Brandon Lopez '22, Brandon Low '23, Robert Maffucci '22, Andrew Maguire '22, Anand Majmudar '22, Paul Mattiola '22Charles Mikula '22, Richard Mistichelli '22, Eric Moldoveanu '22, Daniel Nolan '22, Joseph Nyre '22, Kevin O'Neill '22, Carlos Pelayo '22, Nicholas Perry '22, Will Petrucco '22, Dominic Pizzo '22, Jack Pryma '22, Joel Saxon ’23, Nicolas Scola ’23, Mark Sebastian ’23, Matthew Sebastian ’22, Dean Sharif ’22, Alexander Sun ’22, Andrew Tremante ’22, Aidan Troy ’23, Colin Tsay ’23,  Vance Vanvolkenburgh ’23, Michael Vigliotti ’22, Wan Phil Virtudazo ’23, Aaron Wang ’23, Jack Wells ’23, Warren Wu ’22, Evren Yaman ’22, Caleb Yoder ’22 and Austen Yun '22.

34 Delbarton students qualified for the National AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams:

AP Scholars with Honor: Christopher Accardo '23,  Joseph Azzinaro '22, Arjun Bobba '23, Lucian Charters '22,  Thomas Colaco '23, Owen Davis '22,  Matthew Dooley '23, Patrick Eller '23, Matthew Failla '22, Colin Feeney '23,  Kevin Hager '23,  Ethan Kelly '22, Quinn Kenny '24, Jayden Kim '22, Macallan Kraft '23, Finn Leamy '23, Kevin Lee '23, Edward Malhan '24, Reed Merritt '23, James O'Gwen '23, Nicholas Olivieri '22, Will Petrucco '22, Dominic Pizzo '22, William Ritter ’22, James Royse ’22, Gursahej Sandhu ’22, Cameron Scarpati '22, Isaac Schiffer '23, Lennart-Fredrick Schmitz '22, Brett Spada '23, Mark Thackery '23, Connor Toronto '23, William Weidner ’22 and Nicholas Yoo ’24.

The following 45 students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by receiving scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams:

AP Scholars: Syed Ahmed '22, Yash Bhandari '23, Samuel Bird '22, Brian Boler '23, Paul Brady '23, Hayden Bright '23, Colin Calvetti '22, Ryan Carey '22, Tyler Catapano '22, James Cugno '23, Grant Dangler '23,  Dylan Desiderio '23,  Travis Ehrenberg '22, Jake Fifer '22, Charles Foley '22, Henry Forte '23, Hudson Honeker '23, Merric Hu '24,   Olivier Karbownik '22, James Lian '23, Eugenio Lopez, '22, Alexander Lochert '22, Michael Loughrey '22, John Mattiola '23,  Rudolph Maurizi '23, Rory McAloon '22, John McDonald '23, Patrick McMahon '22, Charles Medd '23, Tristan Medd '23, Colin Minter '22, Nicholas Modugno '23, Patrick Moore '23 Abhinav Naidu, '24 John Nikopoulos '23,  Maximilian Orosz '24, Finnbar O'Rourke '22, Matthew Pasko '23, Nicholas Pelayo '23, Anand Ramabadran '23, Jack Sharma ’22, Parker Smith ’23, Jack Tobin ’22,  Dominic Tse ’23, Conor Tully ’23 and Christopher Villano ’22

Delbarton AP program options are varied and range from STEM courses to history, languages and the arts. The top five most popular AP subjects at Delbarton in 2021-2022 were Calculus AB, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, United States History and Macroeconomics.

847 AP tests were taken by 326 Delbarton students in 30 AP courses in spring, 2021, and our students' scores were remarkable. We congratulate our 139 AP Scholars for putting in the work to achieve these outstanding results.