Superintendent Karen Boch and members of the Wellston City Schools Board of Education recently bestowed honors upon three young adults for earning perfect scores on a number of Advanced Placement (AP) tests. Boch stated during the Monday night, Nov. 9 meeting that Aaren Patton earned a perfect score of five on the AP English Language and Composition test as well as the AP U.S. Government and Politics exam. Tessa Browning, a 2020 Wellston High School graduate, earned a perfect score on the AP English Literature and Composition test, and Cordell Rubio earned a perfect score on the AP U.S. Government and Politics exam. Boch explained that these perfect test scores actually equate to college credit. “Sometimes colleges, if you get a three, they’ll accept your credit, but it’s an elective,” she said. “However, sometimes when it’s a five, depending on the college, you actually get credit for the course.” As a result of her perfect score, Browning told those present for Monday night’s meeting she was able to skip her freshman English class in college. Pictured above (from left) are Board President Brian Kilgour, Tessa Browning, Aaren Patton and Superintendent Karen Boch. Not present for the photo was Cordell Rubio. (Telegram Photo by Phillip Buffington)