AP Bowl, April 30th, 2017
The top scorers were:
1. Donovan Pearce- 40/40- Whitefield Academy- Teacher-Kyle Justice
2. Destini Deinde-Smith- 39/40- Hillgrove High School- Teacher- Lavita Williams
3. Catherine Casper- 39/40- Holy Innocents Episcopal School- Dan Forrestal
4. Anthony Elenjeickal- 37/40- Alpharetta High School- Thomas Hatcher
5. Caleb Corliss- 37/40- Whitefield Academy- Kyle Justice
6. Sarah Davis- 37/40- Whitefield Academy- Kyle Justice
7. Dani Streever- 37/40- Whitefield Academy-Kyle Justice
We had 4 females in the top 7 scorers.
We had 162 students attend the AP Bowl. We had 225 students register. Of these 77 were female (34%) and 148 male (66%). Of the 225, 91 were White (40.4%), 85 were Asian (37.7%), 20 were Black (8.88%). 15 were Hispanic (6.66%), 8 were multi-racial (3.55%), and 1 was native american. The total for minorities (including multi-racial) was 19.5%.
Location: Clough Undergraduate Building, Auditorium, Rooms 144 and 152
Parking: Due to a soccer game it will be $20 or more to park on campus and there will be lots of traffic. We recommend parking east of the I-75/85 connector (city meter parking is free on Sunday) and walking across 5th Street NW and turning left on Fowler and then right on 4th and walk to the Clough building. You can also drop off people by following these same directions, but get to campus early if you plan to do that. See the following for detailed directions with pictures: Walking or Drop Off Directions to the Clough Undergraduate Building. You can also park in Visitor lot 5 on State Street south of 10th if you arrive before 11am. That lot charges $1.50 an hour. You can pay with a credit card. See Directions to the Clough Undergraduate Building from Visitor Area 5. If you are taking Marta get off at the Midtown station on 10th street. You can walk west on 10th to Atlantic and turn left to go south on Atlantic. Then follow the directions from Visitor Area 5.
Time: 1pm to 3:30pm
Open to: 9th-12th grade students
Register at: registration is closed
If you get to campus early for lunch see: Places to eat lunch near Georgia Tech
Please note that the day and time for this event changed. Originally it was Saturday April 29th from 9:30am to 12pm.
Also please note that there is a soccer game at Georgia Tech's football stadium on Sunday at 3pm and all the parking will be much more expensive than normal on campus ($20). You are encouraged to car pool and park east of the I-75 and I-85 connector and walk to the Clough building. See the instructions above.
This will be a paper-based multiple choice test similar to the AP CS A multiple choice part. There will be 40 questions and students will have 90 minutes to complete the exam.
This event is open to 9th-12th grade students in Georgia who are in an AP CS A course and/or who will take the AP C A exam. Students must register to attend so that we will know how many tests to print.
We will give away at least $3,000 in prizes this year. We will give prizes to the top 5 scorers. The rest of the prizes will be raffled off to the rest of the students who take the practice exam.
Teachers do not have to attend in order for the students to attend, but are welcome to attend. Teachers can help proctor the exam.
We will have an information session and or tour for parents or guardians, while the high school students are taking the exam.
Students should bring a pen or pencil and a water bottle.
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