Toms River High School North graduate Matthew Signorelli received a bit of good news from the College Board with regard to his AP Computer Science A exam results. The letter stated that Matt had earned a perfect score, and was “one of only 112 students from around the world to earn every point possible on this difficult assessment.” Approximately 60,000 students took this exam.

Matthew graduated Salutatorian of his class, and his computer science teacher was Mrs. Camie Corrado, to whom Matt attributes much of his success. He is currently a freshman at Rutgers University’s Honors College as a Presidential Scholar double majoring in materials science and engineering and computer science. His mom, Suzanne, is a computer science teacher and robotics club advisor at High School East, so Matt’s latest success is a testament to both genetics and the Toms River Regional Schools system. In fact, Matt has become the second student from HSN in the last three years to earn a perfect score on the AP Computer Science exam. Congratulations, Matt!


AP: The 'P' is for 'Perfect'

Matthew Signorelli graduated from High School North and currently attends Rutgers University.