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Twenty CHS students receive national recognition from College Board

Twenty Carrollton High School upperclassmen have been recognized by the College Board as National Recognition Program awardees. 

Pictured bottom row from left are Emma Harris, Martha Minor, Emma Osborne, Sophia Morales, Shawn Dong, Autumn Martin, Wright Roenigk, and Tyler Ou. Top row from left are Kieran Kelly, Mark Zimmer, Tai Jackson, Edward Kenyon, Benjamin Reid, Alishan Ameer, and Porter Price. Not pictured are Katilin Cappiello, Isabelle Esslinger, Richard Hollingsworth, Kathleen Mills, and Alexia Walter.


Students earned this recognition because of their academic achievements in school as well as their performance on the AP exams. 


The following students received National Rural and Small Town Award.


Seniors who received the recognition are Alishan Ameer, Kaitlin Cappiello, Isabelle Esslinger, Emma Harris, Tai Jackson, Kathleen Mills, Martha Minor, Emma Osborne, Benjamin Reid, Alexia Walter, and Mark Zimmer. 


Juniors who received the recognition are Shawn Dong, Kieran Kelly, Edward Kenyon, Autumn Martin, Tyler Ou, Porter Price, and Wright Roenigk.


Additionally, senior Richard Hollingsworth received the National Indigenous Award.


Junior Sophia Morales received two recognitions — the National Rural and Small Town Award and the National Hispanic Recognition Award. 


“I am very proud of these students for their achievements in their classrooms and on the AP exams,” said CHS Principal Ian Lyle. “These programs help students from diverse backgrounds stand out to colleges during admissions.”