Fifty–five students from McGill-Toolen Catholic High School have been awarded the title of “AP Scholar”. They scored 3 out of 5 on at least 3 or more AP Exams. Twelve of them were designated as AP Scholars with Honor because they scored 3.25 or higher on at least 4 AP exams. Thirteen others are AP Scholar with Distinction by scoring 3.5 or higher on at least 5 AP exams.

The senior AP Scholars are Allison Bourdon, Frank Foley, Ian Garrison, Sophia Girardeau, Morgan Harlan, Rife Jones, Addy Lockett, Cassie Mahler, Denman Mims, Connor Plessala, Kathleen Powers, Marie Robison, Ashley Roca, Emily Smith, Katherine Sweet, Kayla Thomas, Fallon Thompson, Nicole Walker, Hallea Ward and Lauren Webber. The Class of 2011 AP Scholars are Andrew Barbera, Ryan Campbell, James Friedlander, Blayne Henning, Luke Madison, Catherin Odom, Ashley Pierce, Jennifer Rensink and Sarah Schneider.

The senior AP Scholars with Honor are Brantley Arata, Kendal Dekle, Michael Duffey, Adrian Eves, Matthew Heubach, Paul Lagarde, Sean Landry, Chiedza Mupanomunda, and Ali Pardue.

The Class of 2011 AP Scholars with Honor are Kathleen Brandau, Ryan O’Connor, and Claire Schmidt/p>

The Class of 2011 AP Scholars with Distinction are Abigail Alsip, Keith Castelin, Claire Cawthon, Evan Cox, Philip Dempsey, Amira El-Hamaki, Kaitlin Fellrath, Iliana Garcia, Mary McElroy, Peyton Plessala, David Roveda, Melinda Russo, and Don Wagnon.

Pictured are the McT senior AP Scholars: Sophia Giradeau, Katherine Sweet, Nicole Walker, Lauren Webber, Kathleen Powers, Cassie Mahler, Chiedza Mupanomunda, Ali Pardu, Kendal Dekle, Michael Duffey, Allison Bourdon, Matthew Heubach, Addy Lockett, Sean Landry,Kayla Thomas, Brantley Arata, Marie Robison, Frank Foley, Fallon Thompson, Hallea Ward, Ashley Roca, Iam Garrison, Adrian Eves, Denman Mims, Paul Lagarde, Emily Smith, Morgan Harlan, Connor Plessala and Rife Jones.

Student Activities

Strange Colonial Tales

Mr. Kirk Powell is to be congratulated on another successful play performed by his Drama Club. He and the members of the Club appreciate the support of the Administration, Faculty and Staff.

The stage manager for the play was Amanda Cross. There were a few ghosts roaming the auditorium and some of the sound effects had the audience jumping out of their seats. The spirits and pranksters were Kaitlyn Mount and Shannon Donaldson.

Jennae, a mulatto slave, played by Christina McCarty, tells the story of "The Turning Skull" in the first act of the play, "Strange Colonial Tales" preseted by the Drama Club on April 14, 15 and 16th.

Senior, Joe Aquirre, took the role of Josiah James, a yeoman farmer. He had two stories to tell. Each was equally frightening. He told about the Dead Man's Grip and The Cheater. You can see the stake and the hammer in his hand as he relates the story of the Dear Man's Grip.


Senior, Thomas Martenstein, also known as, Lazy Lucas, played the part of an indentured servant. His powerful story was about the witch of Pungo.




William Stewart played the part of a Plantation Owner, Mr. Thomas Forright. He tells to sad story of a "Broken Heart" and the ghosts that visit.


The part of Priscilla Holman, a refined lady, was played by senior, Lydia Wimberly. Her story about the Little Shepard was very touching.

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