The College Board recognized Hoban students in 2020 based on the results of the Advanced Placement Examinations. Hoban had 35 AP Scholars, 8 AP Scholars with Distinction, 8 AP Scholars with Honor and Tanner Guld was named a National AP Scholar.
AP Scholars with Distinction: Ayaka Coffman, Allison Ewald, Tanner Guld, Isabelle Kolleth, Rebecca Kubick, Veronica McDowell, Evelyn Thoman and Samuel Fess
AP Scholars with Honor: Xavier Dirker, Aaron Bielecki, Madelyn Ferree, Brock Monteleone, Joseph Osmun, Grace Rossi, Alexis Smith and Nicholas Smith
AP Scholars: Thomas Bee, Daniel Bordenkircher, Audrey Ruscak, Andrew Scott, Christina Worcester, Thomas Crowe, Ian Davey, Joshua Fenn, Isabelle Hahn, Luke Kolasky, Owen Kovalik, Alaina Lah, Celia Mattler, Luke Monteleone, Jonathan Popa, Rebecca Vober, Alexander Wong and Nina Zaynor
Advanced Placement courses give students the chance to tackle college-level work while still in high school and earn college credit and placement. AP classes help students acquire the skills and habits needed to be successful in college. They help students improve writing skills, sharpen problem-solving abilities and develop time management skills, discipline and study habits.