TCPS Class of 2018 Includes Two National AP Scholars

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Both Easton High and Saint Michaels Middle High schools have reported outstanding results for the class of 2018. Of the combined total of 323 students receiving diplomas, 82% plan to enter a two- or four-year college or technical school, 13% will enter directly into the workforce and 5% will serve our country in the military.

The Saint Michaels Middle High School Class of 2018 included 66 graduates receiving diplomas.

Of the 323 TCPS Class of 2018 graduates:

• 177 (55%)completed at least one Advanced Placement Course before graduating.
• 83 (27%) earned credit for at least one dual enrollment course at the community college level.
• 194 (59%) seniors fulfilled requirements for at least one Career and Technology Education program (this is more than double the state average!
• The composite SAT score was 1095 for math and critical reading (an increase of 15 points from 2017), while the ACT composite average increased to 23.6.
• TCPS graduates were awarded a record high total of $16,752,086 in scholarships.

The class of 2018 also included two National AP Scholars, Alyssa Lucero and Matthew Langfitt, both graduates of Easton High School. To achieve National AP Scholar status, students must earn a score of 4 or higher on all Advanced Placement Exams taken and have completed at least 8 exams. Alyssa Lucero graduated 6th in her class with a 4.03 GPA, and she completed 10 AP classes while attending EHS. Alyssa will be attending University of Maryland College Park (UMD). Matthew Langfitt graduated with scores of 4 or 5 in a total of 9 Advanced Placement Classes.He will attend University of Maryland Baltimore Campus, entering as a second semester sophomore with 40 credits.

“I am extremely proud of the accomplishments of the class of 2018, and I am confident that they will do great things during the next chapter of their life,” said Dr. Kelly Griffith, TCPS Superintendent. “Our team of educators is committed to ensuring that our students develop the global competencies they will need for active, responsible citizenship in an increasingly interconnected world, and this is reflected in our graduates’ achievements.”

The Easton High School Class of 2018 included 257 diploma recipients.

The list of colleges and universities to which TCPS students were accepted is equally impressive, and includes three acceptances to Ivy League Schools. The complete list is as follows:

Albright College
Advanced Technology Institute
American University
Anne Arundel Community College
Arcadia University
Arizona State University
Art Institute of Chicago
Atlanta Technical College
Auburn University
Automotive Training Center
Bates College
Berry College
Bloomsburg University
Bowie State University
Bridgewater College
Brooklyn College
Campbell University
Cape Fear Community College
Carpentry Trade School
Catholic University
Cedarville Automotive
Chesapeake College
Chico State University
Christopher Newport University
City College of New York
Clemson University
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston
College of William & Mary
Covenant College
Culinary Institute of America
Davis & Elkins
Delaware Technical Community College
Delaware College of Art & Design
Drexel University
East Carolina University
Elizabethtown College
Elon University
Embry Riddle University
Emory & Henry College
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Flagler College
Florida Atlantic University
Florida Tech
Fordham University
Franklin & Marshall College
Frostburg University
Furman University
George Mason University
Gettysburg College
Golf Academy of America
Grand Valley State University
Hampton University
High Point University
Howard University
Hunter College
Indiana State University
Indiana University
Ithaca College
Jacksonville University
James Madison University
Liberty University
Longwood University
Loyola University
Lynchburg College
Marquette University
Marshall University
Mary Baldwin University
Maryland Institute College of Art
McDaniel College
MD School of Fire Technology
Merchant Marine Academy
Mercyhurst North East
Methodist University
Michigan State University
Michigan Tech
Mississippi State
Monmouth University
Morgan State University
Mount St. Mary’s University
Muhlenberg College
Niagara University
North Carolina State University
Northern Illinois University
Norwich University
Notre Dame of MD University
Nova Southeastern University
Ohio University
Old Dominion University
Oral Roberts University
Otterbein University
Pace University
Pacific Northwest College of Art
Palm Beach University
Parsons The New School
Paul Mitchell School
PBA
Penn State
Pratt MWF
Randolph-Macon College
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Roanoke College
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rutgers University
Salisbury University
Savannah College of Art and Design
Shaw University
Shenandoah University
Shepherd University
Southern Illinois University
St. Francis University
St. Joseph’s University
St. Lawrence College
St. Leo University
St. Mary’s College
St. Peter’s University
Stevenson University
SUNY Albany
Susquehanna University
Syracuse University
Temple University
The University of the South
Towson University
UNC Asheville
UNC Charlotte
UNC Wilmington
United States Naval Academy
University of Missouri Columbia
University of Alabama
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Colorado – Boulder
University of Dayton
University of Delaware
University of Denver
University of Georgia
University of Kentucky
University of Louisville
University of Mary Washington
University of Maryland Baltimore Co.
University of Maryland College Park
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
University of Massachusetts Amherst
University of Michigan
University of Mississippi
University of New Hampshire
University of North Florida
University of Notre Dame
University of San Francisco
University of Scranton
University of South Carolina
University of Tampa
University of Tennessee
University of Vermont
Valencia College
Villanova University
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Tech
Virginia Wesleyan University
Washington & Jefferson College
Washington & Lee University
Washington College
Wells College
Wesley College
West Virginia University
West Virginia Wesleyan University
Western Governors University
Western Kentucky University
Western Michigan University
Widener University
Wofford College
Xavier University
York College

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