n addition to Ameson's highest number of students taking AP Exams, the 2009 AP class now also has the most students from Ameson to receive awards from the College Board. Eleven of the 16 students who took AP exams in 2009 received awards and special recognition based on the number of tests taken and their scores.
The subjects of the AP Exams ranged from English literature and composition to economics to calculus and even physics.
Honors given to the students include AP Scholar, awarded to students who receive a 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams; AP Scholar with Honors, awarded to students with who receive at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of the exams; and AP Scholar with Distinction, awarded to students who receive at least a 3.5 on all AP Exams taken and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of the exams.
Not only have these students’ accomplishments for scoring well on the exams helped get them into universities, but now they are also being recognized by AP and the College Board. Prof. Sean Zhang, Deputy Chairman of the Ameson Foundation is pleased that the students have received this additional recognition. “It is clear indicator that of the outstanding ability of our students and the high quality of instruction by the teachers, Prof. Zhang says. “Receiving these awards is a goal to our next class can strive to attain and possibly surpass.”
: Dong Bihan, Anni Li, Din Cheng, Shen Junsu,
AP Scholar with Honor
: Chen Jingyu, Ma Linyuan
AP Scholar with Distinction
: Cao Ding, Gong Kaiji, Lou Chenxiao, Shi Chen, Shi Kaiyan