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De La Salle Doubles the Number of Students Recognized by the College Board National Recognition Programs

De La Salle Doubles the Number of Students Recognized by the College Board National Recognition Programs

Concord, Calif. – De La Salle is pleased to announce that 15 students have been awarded Academic Honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs for their achievements in the classroom and on College Board assessments. This year’s roster of seniors is more than double the number announced in 2022 and is the most the school has had since the National Recognition Programs began. It is a testament to the hard work and effort applied by the 2023 recipients. 

Join us in congratulating Adam Tealdi, Aidan Christen, Antonio Pinto, Ayomi Ikutiminu, Benjamin Mitchell, C.J. Ybarra, Diego Heredia, Emilio Roque, Francisco Aguilar, Gabriel Ruvalcaba, Kaleo Agustin, Parker Tuffli, Pierce Gallegos, Sebastian Ramirez, and Thomas Keenan on their achievement. 

The National Recognition Programs grant underrepresented students with academic honors that can be included on college and scholarship applications to help them stand out during the college admission process. To be eligible, students must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have excelled on the PSAT/NMSQT® or PSAT™ or earned a score of 3 or higher on two or more AP® exams. 

High-achieving students from all 50 states were eligible to apply this year. Of those, 72,000 students earned academic honors from the College Board’s National Recognition Programs. 

Visit the College Board National Recognition Programs website for more information.

Pictured above (left to right): Pierce Gallegos, Parker Tuffli, Thomas Keenan, C.J. Ybarra, Francisco Aguilar, Kaleo Agustin, Gabriel Ruvalcaba, Dr. Heather Alumbaugh, Antonio Pinto, Adam Tealdi, Emilio Roque, Diego Heredia, and Sebastian Ramirez. Not pictured: Aidan Christen, Ayomi Ikutiminu, and Benjamin Mitchell.