Senior Travers Rhodes has won a Siemens Award for Advanced Placement based on his AP test scores. This award is given to only two students in each state (one male, one female) and reflects an exceptional dedication to scholarship.
Siemens, a worldwide electronics-manufacturing firm, awards scholarships for Advanced Placement each year to students with the greatest number of scores of 5 on Advanced Placement exams in fields such as biology, calculus, chemistry, computer science, environmental science and physics. Five is the highest score given by the College Board for AP exams.
In 2007 HHS Environmental Science teacher Jeannie Kornfeld also won a Siemens Prize for Advanced Placement teaching.
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Friday, March 7, 2008
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