AP Awards Information
Luke Anderson, Bailey Parsons, Ryan Berry, Aaron Borcyk, Elizabeth Friend, Aaron Gorcos, Kai-Di Johnson, Hailey Judkins, Elizabeth Kawamoto, Joy Kayode, Jonathan Kent, Miranda Kiley, Kathryn King, Jacob Klein, Dallon Lemon, Noah Marik, Samuel Ortgies, Joshua Polack, Samuel Pratt, Chasey Ridgley, Bryan Rodriguez, Anne Ryschon, Brooke Schmidt, Madison Sirois, Justis Starks, Taylor Stern, Sarah Taylor, Fern Thaisetthawatku, Daniel Tran, Emily Washer
AP Scholar with Honor
Luke Keller, Cassandra Kenedy, Richard Klaczynsky, Evangeline Mantler, Walter Mantler, Jared Noetzel
AP Scholar with Distinction Award
Ella Knight, Danielle Tibbles
Luke Anderson, Sarah A. Bridgeford, Jessica Hack, Malachi Jenson, Rae Johnson, Cassandra Kenedy, Jonathan Kent, Richard Klaczynski, Jacob Klein, Ella Knight, Sam Lieb, Zachary A. Luppen, Andrew Martinez, William T. Mitchell, Jake M. Morgan, Brooke Mott, Sussan Moussavi, Rout Nhial, Jared Noetzel, Chasey Ridgley, Bryan Rodrigquez, Anne Ryschon, Sarah Taylor, Joshua Thomas, Daniel Tran, Jacob Warner, Nicole K. Yablonski
Aaron Gorcos, Jordan Johnson, Walter Mantler, Melissa Newkirk, Kathryn Pratt, Justis Starks
Megan Browning, Jessica Grimmond, Kathryn Hollenbeck, Danielle Tibbles, Andi Zhang
Sarah A. Bridgeford, Julianna M. Cooper, Eric J. Freeman, Robert H. Guy, Dillon C. Hanson, Claire E. Holdforth, Kathryn Hollenbeck, Brooke R. Holmes, Marisa P. Howell, Malachi M. Jenson, Ian Jones, Jordan T. Keller, Alyssa R. Kirshenbaum, Sarah E. Kort, Sam A. Lieb, Kelsey Lofshult, Zachary A. Luppen, Grace E. Macke, Ryan C. Miller, William T. Mitchell, Jake M. Morgan, Caitlin J. Morris, Brooke Mott, Kinsey E. Munderloh, Hailee S. Nelson-O'Neal, Melissa Newkirk, Eliot J. Olson, Alexander J. Peterson, Kathryn S. Pratt, Mallory J. Rogers, Natalie T. Seger, Sam A. Sobczyk, Ryan C. Stungis, Jason P. Tiemann, Jared C. Tomes, Scott B. Ward, Nicole K. Yablonski
Quinn H. Brandt, Megan E. Browning, Kylie C. Cappellano, Jessica M. Grimmond, Jordan M. Johnson
Cody J. Anderson, Alexandra S. Creigh, Henry Harrison, Philion L. Hoff, Tyler J. Manion
AP International Diploma
Alexandra S. Creigh
Valerie Aguilar, Alicia Anderson, Alicia Browning, Alison Concannon, Austin Derby, Anna Filipcic, Robert Guy, Henry Harrison, Philion Hoff, Claire Holdforth, Marisa Howell, Ian Jones, Jacob Kawamoto, Alyssa Kirshenbaum, Sarah Kort, Patrick Linafelter, Kelsey Lofshult, Tyler Manion, Ryan Miller, Caitlin Morris, Emily Peklo, Alexander Peterson, Robert Phillips, Edward Purdy, Geran Ramet, Sara Scheidies, Natalie Seger, Emilee Sloan, Sarah Stephenson, Paige Tenski, Scott Ward, Anna Whaley, Dustin Wilson, Olivia Wolfe, Naomi Zipursky
Cody Anderson, Ella Buxton, Tanner Hawkins, Anna Rolf
Alexandra Creigh, Ellie Davidson, Hannah Evans, Scott Irvin, Matthew Kent, Aaron Zipursky
National AP Scholar
AP Scholar with Distinction Award
Matthew Bock, Hannah Evans, Mitchell Matis, Brett Newkirk, Mary Niggemeyer, Jonathan Renteria, Gregory Willcockson, and Aaron Zipursky.
Thien Chau, Chris Haggart, Scott Irvin, Eric Keisling, Matthew Kent, Caroline McLeese, and Anna Rolf.
Ella Buxton, Michael Cundall, Ellie Davidson, Grant Davidson, Cole Denne, Austin Derby, Cody Holtapp, Gary Liu, Victoria Matthews, Alison Mcgovern, Laura Mitchell, Elise O'Connor, Robert Phillips, Catherine Simandl, Kelcy Sorensen, Sarah Stephenson, Nina Tucker, Andrea Vukorepa, Grant Walker, Lianna Walker, Charles Weak and Naomi Zipursky.
Chris Haggart, Andrew Prystai, William Rolf, and Jennifer Swenson.
Matthew Bock, Mitchell Matis, Mary Niggemeyer, Aaron Priluck, and Kylee
Jessica Ahrens, Ashley Bodfield, Laura Brazier, Erin Cooper, Grant Davidson, Hannah Evans, Ashley Gaines, Sara Gorcos, Natalie Huston, Eric Keisling, Catherine Lee, Kaley Martinie, Caroline McLeese, Alia Noetzel, Kahlil Ryan, Rachel Sherman, Caroline Song, Kelcy Sorensen, Dillon Soukup, Mark Thielen, Andrea Vukorepa, Charles Weak, Quan Zhou, Aaron Zipursky, Naomi Zipursky.
Katie Bidne, David Olney, Caya Simonsen, Jennifer Swenson, and Allyson Wolfe.
Annie Hansen, Laura Kresha, Anne Prauner, Andrew Prystai, Olivia Reinert-Gehman, and William Rolf.
Angela Berry, Ashley Bodfield, Erin Cooper, Alexandra Goodman, Chris Haggart, Devin Larsen, Lauren Meyer, and Aaron Priluck.
Alec Agan, Robert Dooling, Annie Hansen, Ashleigh Hartwell, John Herse, Jamie Morford, Andrew Nguyen, David Olney and Leslie Walker.
Elisa Banninga, Michael Bristol, Cristen Cavel, Elizabeth Christensen, Michelle Clifford, Laura Collins, Mara Davidson, Rebecca Evans, Jacob Lee, Anne Prauner, Alexander Solomon, Rachel Soukup and Allyson Wolfe
AP Scholar Award
Angela Berry, Katie Bidne, Sarah Blecha, Madeline Dineen, Young-Jun Jun, Laura Kresha, Tara Laughlin, Bethany Loux, Christopher Lucido, Lili Mac, Valerie Manske, Jeffrey Mockelman, Karla Munoz, Sarah Noetzel, Caya Simonsen, Jennifer Swenson, and Kristina Ward.
Kenneth Averell, Michael Blecha, Robert Dooling, Emma Evans, Elizabeth Gray, Elizabeth Hatting, Derek Stevens, and Mark Trost.
AP Scholar with Honor Award
Amy Durmaskin, Rebecca Evans, Jacob Lee, Jamie Morford, and Annette Rivera.
Alec Agan, Kendre Barnes, James Berry, Michael Bristol, Cristen Cavel, Elizabeth Christensen, Michelle Clifford, Laura Collins, Taylor Daniels, Madeline Dineen, Annie Hansen, John Herse, Hannah Husman, Kaela Jorgensen, Martin Kois, Stephanie Kram, Carl Lang, Abigail Lien, George McCollum, Carl Mejstrik, Andrew Nguyen, Lisa Oberlander, David Olney, Sarah Schmoker, Kyle Seneker, Kyle Sloup, Alexander Solomon, Leslie Walker, Kristina Ward and Ashley Westcott.
Cost $99.00 per exam
AP Test registration online opens: February 5, 2018 @ 6:30a.m.
AP Test registration online deadline: February 17, 2018 @ 7:59a.m
Late AP registration: February 17, 2018 @ 8:00 a.m. (with late fee)
Final Deadline to register: February 28, 2018 @ 11:59 a.m. (with late fee)
ALL late registrations will be assessed an additional $10.00 fee for processing.
The $99 AP testing fee is included in your DE charges from UNO or Nebraska Wesleyan or covered by your ACE scholarship (if awarded)
ALL STUDENTS WILL STILL NEED TO REGISTER FOR AP EXAMS ON TOTAL REGISTRATION www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/281716
(This site is not live until the registration opens)
The $99 AP testing fee is your responsibility. If you qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch-please indicate this on your registration for a reduced fee.
**The Omaha Public Schools office of Gifted and Talented and Burke High School strongly suggests that all students enrolled in AP courses take the AP exam**
Please be prepared for the exam(s) that you register for through Total Registration. If you do not register for your AP exams on the secure Total Registration website, an exam will not be ordered for you. If you plan to take multiple exams at the same time on the same date, please see Mrs. Luethge as soon as possible.
Please refer to the AP College Board for a list of test dates and times
*Any regularly scheduled exam that cannot be attended due to sudden illness/hospitalization, family death, or district/state level athletic contests will need to be handled with Mrs. Luethge. There will be a fee charged for taking a late exam and the times and dates are set by the AP College Board (and may be scheduled during dates/times when students are out of school or in the summer).
Beginning in the ninth grade, students can select challenging Advanced Placement (AP) courses as a part of their course of study at Harry A. Burke High School. The AP experience at Burke empowers students by teaching them skills needed for success at the college and university level. AP courses instill knowledge, competence, and confidence in high school students, offering access to college credit while still in high school. Having AP courses listed on student transcripts indicates to colleges, employers, and scholarship committees that students are committed to academic rigor, and are willing to be measured by the highest standards available.
When do I register for AP courses?
Students who wish to participate in AP courses can enroll during course registration during the second semester of each school year. Prospective AP students should discuss enrollment with parents/guardians, course instructors and counselors. Past academic performance, commitment to excellence, and a solid curricular work ethic are all part of the requirement for participation in the AP programs.
Will my future college / university accept my AP credit?
As an Advanced Placement student, it is important to obtain accurate information to answer this question. Ask college / university admissions representatives when visiting your junior or early senior year or on their websites. The College Board has links to many universities AP Credit Policy page. That site is: www.collegeboard.com/ap/creditpolicy
How much does it cost to take an AP Exam?
The cost is $97 per exam. Fee reductions are available for qualifying students.
Students with Disabilities
The College Board encourages all students who are willing to accept the challenge or a rigorous academic curriculum to be considered for AP courses and exams. Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for accommodations on an AP Exam. These accommodations include extended time, interpreter services, enlarged print, and vocalized exams. Burke's Special Testing Coordinator must submit an Eligibility Form for each student requesting accommodations. Coordinators may not provide testing accommodations for students with disabilities until the College Board has approved these students Eligibility Forms. Students who may qualify for accommodation need to apply early in the school year or by January 31, to make arrangements.
How do I register for AP Exams?
Students will register for AP Exams online at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/281716 AP instructors will inform students of the registration process. At the time of registration, the full exam fee is due. If receiving a fee reduction or are dual enrolled, your registration will need to be approved before it is finalized.
AP Scholar Awards
Each autumn, the AP Program offers several Scholar Awards to recognize high school students who have demonstrated college-level achievement through AP courses and exams. Although there is no monetary award, in addition to receiving an award certificate, this achievement is acknowledged on any grade report that is sent to colleges the following fall. For more information about the AP Scholar Award, visit: www.collegeboard.com
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