AP SCHOLAR WITH DISTINCTION
Conrad A. Damstra of Newtown Square
John R. Damstra of Newtown Square
Joseph F. Geiger of Malvern
Daniel J. Lewis of Exton
James M. Lockard of Wayne
Ryan C. O'Shea of King of Prussia
Hugh K. Phelan of Villanova
Matthew D. Swatski of Narberth
Adam T. Swift of Audubon
Alexander Teplyakov of Phoenixville
Chase B. Weber of Wayne
AP SCHOLAR WITH HONOR
Ryan T. Fulmer of Broomall
Roshan B. Patel of Norristown
Nicholas A. Ragsdale of Collegeville
Nathan E. Stauffer of Berwyn
Matthew T. Bonner of Havertown
Nicholas R. van Schiajik of West Chester
Connell J. White of Havertown
These Devon Prep students were recognized for their extraordinary achievement on college level Advanced Placement exams taken last spring. Only 18% of the more than one million students who took AP exams in May 2011 performed at a sufficiently high level to merit such recognition.
The AP Program, sponsored by the College Board, is a cooperative educational endeavor between high schools and colleges and universities. Most of the nation’s colleges and universities award credit and/or advanced placement based on successful performances on the AP Exams.
Devon Prep’s AP Program begins in the sophomore year and offers more than 17 courses in numerous subjects including history, biology, physics, English, geography, political science and several foreign languages.
Devon Prep is a small, private, Catholic, college preparatory school for young men in grades six through 12 conducted by the Piarist Fathers. Located on a 20 acre campus on North Valley Forge Road in Devon, on Philadelphia’