'Perfect' Student Lauded by Los Al High

Christopher Yeh get 108 out 108 points possible on his Calculus BC exam in spring. Only 16 other students in the world did that.

Los Alamitos High School is saluting student Christopher Yeh, who earned a perfect score on his Advanced Placement exam in spring 2012.

Yeh did something more amazing than just getting a top score of 5, which ranks him "among 15.5 percent of students who did so in 2012,"

He was one of "only 17 students in the world" to earn all 108 points possible on the Calculus BC Exam, which has multiple-choice and essay questions, according a statement from the Los Alamitos Unified School District. 

More than 94,000 students took an AP Calculus BC Exam in 2012.

"Everyone here at Los Al couldn't be more proud and excited for Chris and this tremendous accomplishment," said Principal Joshua Arnold in an LAUSD press release.

Arnold says that Yeh's accomplishments go beyond the classroom. He's a tutor, a campus leader and a "tremendous humanitarian doing excellent work for the students and families of Los Alamitos High School."

Lil-Marty December 17, 2012 at 02:13 AM
This kid gets major props from Lil Marty. Even my I.Q. is SHORT! Lil Marty Leisure World
john taylor December 17, 2012 at 02:38 AM
marty!!!!!! u better give me some props!!!....we studied very hard..in that university behind levitz...@ that dennys..the waitress was kind enuff to give us booster seats...& crayons!!!...even with your mini ..ex- stalker...LIL -SHRIMP...herassing us!!!!!!
Lil-Marty December 17, 2012 at 05:00 AM
Be nice! Things are heating up again between little shrimp and myself. We stopped arguing about the "little things" and so far, so good! Lil Marty Leisure World


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