College Board Recognition at the High School

College Board Recognition at the High School
Posted on 02/16/2022

The College Board recognized a few select Hicksville High School students, which earned special recognition because of their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT and/or AP exams.  They were recognized by the College Board Nation Recognition Programs with the National African American Recognition Award and National Hispanic Recognition Award. 

Cameron Hall and Samantha Mason were awarded the College Board’s National African American Recognition Award. Jade Amador, Sarah Chavez, Isabella Diaz, Matthew Membreno, and Kaitlyn Verdugo-Ortiz were awarded the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Award.  These students were recognized, because they scored in the top 10% on their PSAT and AP exams.  Additionally, they earned a score of at least a 3 on two or more AP exams, and have a 3.5 GPA or higher.

During a recent Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Marianne Litzman recognized all these students for their achievement and hard work during their time at Hicksville High School. Congratulations to all the Hicksville Public Schools’ students that achieved the College Board’s National African American Recognition Award and National Hispanic Recognition Award. 
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L to R: Cameron Hall and Samantha Mason earned the College Board’s National African American Recognition Award and were joined by Mr. Ray Williams in their recognition.

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L to R: Kaitlyn Verdugo-Ortiz, Jade Amador, and Matthew Membreno earned the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Award and were joined by Mr. Ray Williams in their recognition. Sarah Chavez and Isabella Diaz also earned the College Board Hispanic Recognition Award, but were absent from the photo.  

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Hicksville High School students recognized by the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Award and National African-American Recognition Award were gathered together with Principal, Mr. Ray Williams. Sarah Chavez and Isabella Diaz were absent from the photo.