Rockland Students Earn AP Honors at Don Bosco

Four Rockland County residents joined nine other Don Bosco Prep School classmates in earning 2013 AP Scholars with Distinction, which requires scores of 3.5 or higher (one a one to five scale) on five or more Advanced Placement exams.

Isaac T. Abraham of West Nyack, Matthew W. Owens of Pearl River, David E. Rameau of New City and Damian O'Sullivan of Suffern were among the 13 seniors at the Ramsey, NJ Catholic prep school recognized as AP Scholars with Distinction.

Anthony Gallo of West Nyack is one of four Don Bosco students to attain AP Scholars with Honor, which goes to students with scores of 3.25 or higher on four or more AP Exams. 

To be recognized as an AP Scholar, a student must score 3.0 or higher on three or more AP Exams. The 25 Don Bosco students at that level included Justin V DeVuono and Mihcael D. Forlini of West Nyack, Tristan J. Hollenbaugh of Stony Point and Steven R. Seeberger of Airmont. 

“The Advanced Placement Program provides motivated high school students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and academic behaviors necessary for success. We are proud to recognize the achievements of our AP scholars, who have demonstrated that they are ready for the challenges of higher education.” said Don Bosco Prep Principal John Stanczak.

Photo courtesy Don Bosco Preperatory High School: Don Bosco Prep students were recognized as AP Scholars by the College Board. Front row (L to R): Kang Woo Kim, Paramus, NJ; Kevin Quimbo, Woodcliff Lake, NJ; Joseph Chung, Fort Lee, NJ; Middle row (L to R): Adam Ramos, Franklin Lakes, NJ; Kevin Ramos, Franklin Lakes, NJ; Patrick Piza, Bloomfield, NJ; Michael Lennon, Lincoln Park, NJ; Charles Raboli, Mahwah, NJ; Steven Seeberger, Airmont, NY. Back row (L to R): Dylan Amador, Ringwood, NJ; Dylan Magee, Chestnut Ridge, NY; Eric Cole, Fort Lee, NJ; Justin DeVuono, West Nyack, NY; Timothy Marcotte, Monroe, NY; Joseph Pellicano, Park Ridge, NJ; Jack Baines, Mahwah, NJ; and Don Bosco Prep Principal John Stanczak.


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