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DHS Announces 52 AP Scholars for 2022

Every year, many students attending Dalton High School take Advanced Placement (AP) exams. For some of those students, their exam scores will earn them the distinction of being named an AP Scholar. 

This year, Dalton High School was home to 52 AP Scholars, including 5 AP Scholars with Honor and 9 AP Scholars with Distinction.

The title of AP Scholar is granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams. AP Scholars with Honor are students who receive 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 Distinction are students who receive an average score 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

AP Scholars group picture
  • Price Andersen
  • Eli Burt
  • Niklas Carlson
  • Vanessa Chavez
  • Max Cowan
  • Sophia Creswell
  • Francis Luciell Cuaresma
  • Kira Delgado
  • Emma Ferguson
  • Andrea Fraire
  • Renata Gandara
  • Jahyr Garcia
  • Blake Hammontree
  • Spencer Hayes
  • Jazmin Herrera Barajas
  • Addison Hester
  • Yasmeen Issa
  • Mackenzie Kluttz
  • William Land
  • Michelle Liu
  • Ashley Miller
  • Esme Miller
  • Maslin Miller
  • Hernan Munoz
  • Alex Paniagua 
  • Chrisaren Parker
  • Maria Perez
  • Edward Ramirez
  • Ivette Raya
  • Reid Rehberg
  • Laurel Renfroe
  • Chloe Rockholt
  • Lorena Ruiz
  • Alicia Salaices 
  • Madison Sampson
  • Aidan Scibilia
  • Gladys Vasquez
  • Cencen Wan 

AP Scholars with Distinction

Ap scholar with distinction
  • Alina Baza Pineda
  • Monica Calderon
  • Susan Gonzalez
  • William Haley
  • Alfonso Landaverde
  • Joshua Lin
  • Ansley Nguyen
  • Linda Olvera-Jones 
  • Iris Trejo Vega

AP Scholars with Honor

AP Scholars with Honor
  • Keira Aguanta 
  • Marjorie Daniell
  • Nathan Haynes 
  • Tony Huynh
  • Daphne Vital