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ACAdemic Accomplishments

 

Class of 2017 Accomplishments

Savio had a total of 99 graduates in the Class of 2017, which is the largest graduating class at Savio. In 2017-2018, they will be attending 54 different universities and colleges.

Collectively the 2017 graduates received a total of $9.8 M in scholarship awards.

Collectively, the 2017 graduates served over 10,500 hours of community service. 

A total of 18 students received National Merit Recognition

The Class of 2017 completed 186 AP exams.

11 students completed the Project Lead the Way Pathway in Engineering by taking at least four Engineering and Computer Science Courses.

 24 regional awards and 1 national gold medal in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition was earned.

The class of 2017 had a role in winning four state titles this year in Academics, Boys Swimming, Girls Swimming, and Girls Track. Several students also led the Robotics Silverbolt team to the first world championships in Spring of 2017.

PSAT, ACT and SAT scores well above Texas and National Averages.

 

National Merit Recognition

Since the first graduating class in 2012 to date, Savio has had:

10 National Merit Scholars

12 National Hispanic Scholars

33 National Merit Commended Scholars

2016-2017 National Merit Finalists

Matthew Bianchi, Eleazar Camez, Daniel Jilek, Charles "Fletch" McCluskey, Emily Shoemaker, Mark Simmons

2016-2017 National Merit Commended

Michaela Barone, John DiGravio, Jack Frey, Nicholas Isakson, Andrew Kalamarides, Angele Kelly, Natalie Reysa, Thanh Tran, Ben Wagner

2016-2017 National Hispanic Scholars

Nicholas Butler, Eleazar Camez, Aaron Mink, Jennifer Sanchez

Advanced Placement Exam Results

2017 Exam Results

154 students completed 373 AP exams in 21 subjects.

78% of students scored a 3 or higher (46 % scored a 3 or higher in the state of Texas).

24 students earned the recognition of AP Scholar. 17 students earned AP Scholar with Honors, 27 students earned AP Scholar with Distinction, and 4 students were named National AP Scholars.

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