Ransom Everglades School student John Mistele was one of 11 to earn a perfect score on the nationwide Advanced Placement Calculus BC Exam. He was honored by his math teacher Henry Stavisky, left, Head of School Penny Townsend and his peers during an assembly at the Lewis Family Auditorium.
Ransom Everglades School student John Mistele was one of 11 to earn a perfect score on the nationwide Advanced Placement Calculus BC Exam. He was honored by his math teacher Henry Stavisky, left, Head of School Penny Townsend and his peers during an assembly at the Lewis Family Auditorium. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Ransom Everglades School student John Mistele was one of 11 to earn a perfect score on the nationwide Advanced Placement Calculus BC Exam. He was honored by his math teacher Henry Stavisky, left, Head of School Penny Townsend and his peers during an assembly at the Lewis Family Auditorium. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Ransom Everglades student earns perfect score on national AP calculus exam

October 25, 2016 12:39 PM

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