SAHS students recognized by College Board for academic excellence
Three Stillwater Area High School students have been honored by the College Board National Recognition Program. They are among just 32,000 students from across the country to earn the academic honors.
The following students were recognized for their exceptional academic achievements and outstanding performance on the AP® Exam and in the classroom:
• Oyinpreye Porbeni - College Board National African American Recognition Program Scholar
• Oyintare Porbeni - College Board National African American Recognition Program Scholar
• Ava Roots - College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar
The awards are proof of our students’ hard work and superior performance, which is even more remarkable in the face of a particularly challenging year. Congratulations!
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