Seniors Martina Duque and Enrique Gómez have been acknowledged as ASF's highest academically achieving students from the class of 2019. They were also honored because of their AP exam scores from 2018, becoming two of 675 students in the world to achieve a perfect score on an AP exam, placing ASF as one of 40 schools in the world to have two perfects scores in a given year.
Both seniors performed so well on their AP Exams in May 2018 that they fall into a select category. Advanced Placement Exams are scored on a 5-point scale, where a 5 is equivalent to a grade of A in the corresponding college course. Both ASF students received the top score of 5. Furthermore, they are among an elite group of students in the world to earn every point possible on an AP Exam, receiving the maximum score on each portion of the exam:
- Martina Duque, Spanish Language and Culture, (1 of 100 perfect scores)
- Enrique Gómez, Research, (1 of 111 perfect scores)
These extraordinary academic accomplishments are likely a direct reflection of the top-quality education being offered at the American School Foundation. We applaud both the hardworking students and the devoted AP teachers who have so successfully engaged and challenged them with college-level material. Congratulations!