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The College Board announced recently that 161 Nashua HS North and Nashua HS South students achieved AP (Advanced Placement) Scholar recognition.  

Congratulations to these high academic achievers, and we applaud all our AP students for challenging themselves intellectually by enrolling in these rigorous and demanding classes.

Of the 161 AP Scholars, 13 students from North and South were recognized as National Scholars for their remarkable success in taking multiple AP Exams. At a minimum, each of these students took at least four AP exams and earned at least a 4 out of a maximum score of 5 on all exams taken. Congratulations to our 2016 National AP Scholars!

2016 National AP Scholars
Nisha Devasia, South Class of 2017
Diab (Dody) Eid, South Class of 2016, Harvard University
Brian Inzerillo, North Class of 2016, University of Maryland
Khevna Joshi, South Class of 2017
Bhanuchandra Kappala, South Class of 2016, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Neha Prasad, South Class of 2016, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sahil Shah, South Class of 2016, Johns Hopkins University
Aditi Srinivasan, South Class of 2016, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ankur Sundara, South Class of 2016, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Noah Telerski, South Class of 2016, Georgetown University
Srilekha Vangavolu, North Class of 2016, Cornell University
Aashish Welling, South Class of 2016, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mary Zhu, South Class of 2017

Students are recognized as AP Scholars on five levels: AP Scholar; AP Scholar with Honor: AP Scholar with Distinction; State AP Scholar; and National AP Scholar. Click here for a comprehensive list of our AP Scholars.

The College Board's Advanced Placement Program offers students the opportunity to take college-level classes while still in high school, and to receive college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on AP exams. For AP enrollment information, students should contact their guidance counselor.