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FUSD Salutes our Outstanding AP Scholars

This year, 230 high school students from the Fontana Unified School District earned AP Scholar Awards: A.B. Miller had 34, Fontana had 33, Jurupa Hills had 5, Kaiser had 48, and Summit had 110.

The AP Program offers several AP Scholar Awards to recognize high school students who have demonstrated college-level achievement through AP courses and exams. Although there is no monetary award in addition to receiving an award certificate, this achievement is acknowledged on any score report that is sent to colleges the following fall.

We have four students who qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning an average score of 4 or higher on a five-point scale on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams:

  • Kaiser (1) – Amandeep Heyer
  • Summit (3) – Vanessa Escartin Uribe, Alejandra Jimenez, Adrian Reynoso

Forty (40) 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 grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.

  • A.B. Miller (3) – Omar Escobar, Lauren Francisco, Blanca Montoya
  • Fontana (6) – Miguel Banchon, Hernan Itzel Carrillo, Kevin Gonzalez, Kevin Guzman, Alezandra Ortega, Miguel Velazques
  • Jurupa Hills (2) – Richard Candia, Anthony Miranda
  • Kaiser (5) – Feliciano Cores, Amandeep Heyer, Winnie Huang, Sarah Panameno, Laurenne Sanchez
  • Summit (24) – Ahmen Alami, Ana Arementa Chinchi, Christopher Bernabe, Roma Bhojwani, Desmond Cairo, Cynthia Carlos-Sanchez, Aleyda Cortes Ceballos, Melissa Crus, Vanessa Escartin Uribe, Ana Gonzalez Diaz, Emilio Gutierrez-Vazqu, Alejandra Jimenez, Sonia Lee, Maria Medina, Melissa Molina, Nicole Moreno, Jay Patel, Cristal Patino, Eduardo Perez, Fabian Perez De La Tor, Melissa Ramirez, Adrian Reynoso, Megan Tolentino, Kellie Vo
Thirty-five (35) qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.
  • A.B. Miller (4) – Emely Oporto, Joshua Ortega, Isaiah Rodriguez, Maria Torres-Tapia
  • Fontana (5) – Nathalie Chavez, Sarah Contreras, Alisia Cortez, Zaida Lagunas, Daniel Rivas
  • Jurupa Hills (3) – Gerardo Arellano, Gilberto Esparza, Israel Ulloa
  • Kaiser (3) – Kenia Gonzalez, Alexis Hernandez-Torre, Jashandeep Lobana
  • Summit (20) – Denice Barba, Anais Cauich, William Enin, Alexandra Flores, Dedrah Forjour, Zussel Garcia, Kieudiem Ho, Therese Mari Jaro, Liliana Longoria, Timea Mathe, Miranda May, Michelle Medrano, Justin Messina, Marion Nario, Diana Oliva Sierra, Brianna Ramirez, Andrea Reyes, Raymond Rubalcava, Kyle Stafford, Brenda Torres Bonilla

One hundred fifty one (151) students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.

  • A.B. Miller (27) – Ashraf-Deen Abu-Awad, Mona Abu-Awad, Bryana Arreola, Elizabeth Avalos, Oscar Benitez, Jonathan Castillo, Silvestre Cortes, Joselin Elenes Cazares, Ebelechukwu Eseka, Laura Garcia, Esmeralda Hernandez, Rebecca Huizar, Jakeline Larios, Arianna Medina, Erick Menjivar, Kittyana Mitchell, Jennifer Najar, Maritza Padilla, Maritza Ramirez, Johanna Ramos, Erick Ramos Rocha, Gabriela Sanchez, Jason Sanchez, Leslie Santillan, Douglas Sosa, Wendy Tapia, Alejandro Tovar
  • Fontana (22) – Diana Carbajal-Castil, Javier Castimiro, Jennifer Castrejon Marti, Galdino Chavez, Hector Contreras Herre, Noel Delgadillo, Ronald Flores-Rodriguez, Liliana Hernandez, Luis Hernandez, Arlin Martinez Delgado, Ceiry Molina, Marissa Montana guzman, Edward Marvi Morales, Luis Racine, Michael Reyna, Andrea Ruiz, Andrew Salas, Angel Sala, Jazmin Serrato, Juan Silva Ruiz, Vanessa Torres
  • Kaiser (39) – Melanie Agredano, Alexander Aguirre, Syeda Arif, Daud Azariah, Leonardo Ballesteros, Cristian Cervera, Jonathan Contreras, Angela Diaz, Luis Franco, Saul Gomez Reyes, Brian Huynh, Danielle Lane, David Macias, Abraham Marquez, Ramiro Martin, Angela Martin Arias, Bruno Martinez, Maritza Martinez, Bryant Mateo-Miranda, Brenden Molina, Andy Muratalla, Taiye Ojeikere, Elizabeth Ouanemalay, Carlos Pedroza, Elizabeth Pedroza, Guadalupe Perez, Jennifer Rangel Davila, Milagros Razo, Daniela Rizner, Matthew Ro, Sahvannah Rodriguez, Sebastian Rodriguez, Abraham Rubalcava, Edson Sandoval, Nathan Soeung, Lorenzo Torres, Venus Vega Sanchez, Julian Verduzco, Rodriguo Yanes
  • Summit (63) – Tonia Abanise, Kevin Abdelnour, Jasmine Aguirre, Mary Ambriz, Manuel Barajas, Jesus Berumen, Alexander Boggs, Tamara Briones-Sanchez, Thandiwe Bush, Jacqueline Canez Ruiz, Vivian Castellanos Gar, Noah Chen, Kelly Dang, Gabriel Gino David, Breanna Nico De La Merced, Elia Diaz, Maggie Doan, Robyn Fowler, Alejandro Galindo, Ben Garcia, Francisco Garcia, Samantha Golding, Alexis Gonzalez, Lynn Ha, Madison Hall, Cristian Hernandez, Jose Hernandez, Giovani Hernandez-Parra, David Iniguez, Graham Jabeguero, Sophia Jara, Amneet Kaur, Grant Lallande, Andrew Le Blanc, Ana leon, Richard Manzano, Mayda Mora, Layla Morsi, Austin Nelson, John Niesta Diaz, Diana Ochoa, Davien Orona, Caleb Padilla, Alex Perez, Alexis Pinon, Victor Quijada, Diego Robles, Jessica Saing, Alondra Sanchez, Karina Sanchez, Edgar Sanchez Henriqu, Adrian Santos, Ruben Serrato, Hunter Silvey, Lauren Silvey, Priscilla Vera, Jessica Vicente, Irma Villalvazo, Isaiah Ybarra, Harry You, Richard Zacapala, Bryant Zhang

Students took the AP exams during the 2016-17 school year. The College Board sent notification to students and schools this August. Many of the students were seniors last year when they took the exams and have since graduated and are attending colleges around the country.

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