Eric Cai, Matias Junghahn, Joon Young Kim, John Mistele, Timmy O’Brien, and Cristina Otero of Ransom Everglades School were recognized as National Advanced Placement Scholars for earning a four or higher on their advanced placement exams.
Eric Cai, Matias Junghahn, Joon Young Kim, John Mistele, Timmy O’Brien, and Cristina Otero of Ransom Everglades School were recognized as National Advanced Placement Scholars for earning a four or higher on their advanced placement exams. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Eric Cai, Matias Junghahn, Joon Young Kim, John Mistele, Timmy O’Brien, and Cristina Otero of Ransom Everglades School were recognized as National Advanced Placement Scholars for earning a four or higher on their advanced placement exams. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Six Ransom Everglades students recognized for Advanced Placement exam scores

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