CONTRIBUTED PHOTO -- Parkview Baptist School seniors honored as 2016 AP Scholars include, front from left, Kameron Tate, Drake Melancon and Katy Caughman; middle, Jaden Clark and Amber Desselle; and back, Neely Burns, Hannah Dickie and Jordan Palumbo.

The College Board has recognized 21 students from Parkview Baptist School as 2016 AP Scholars based on their scores on Advanced Placement exams taken at the end of the 2015-16 school year.

Scholars from the Class of 2017 include Jaden Clark, AP Scholar; and Neely Burns, Katy Caughman, Amber Desselle, Hannah Dickie, Drake Melancon, Jordan Palumbo and Kameron Tate, AP Scholars with Honor.

Alumni recognized from the Class of 2016 include Cole Bourgeois, Emily Dunaway, Kennedy Goins, Lance Holmes, Kaylyn Kegans, Andrew Lemoine, Hannah Milton and Katherine Roberts, AP Scholars; Chris Bradley, Kayleigh Darbonne and Pierre Fournet, AP Scholars with Honor; and John Costanza and Cameron Forbes, AP Scholars with Distinction.

Costanza also was named a National AP Scholar, awarded to students receiving an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken and a score 4 or higher on eight or more of those exams, a news release said. His parents are Johnny and Kim Costanza, of Prairieville.