Max Dvorak, a Homestead senior, was one of 17 students in the world to earn every point possible on the AP Macroeconomics Exam taken in May, 2012. This challenging two-hour exam asked students to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the principles of economics and then to apply those as they defined and explained national and global economic issues and policies. Max answered every multiple-choice question correctly and earned every point possible on the open-ended response section, earning 90 out of 90.
99,903 students took the AP Macroeconomics Exam in 2012.
Homestead Guidance Counselor, Amy Hamilton said, “Max is a phenomenal young man. We are very proud of his achievement.”
Dr. Steven Yager, Superintendent of Schools, said, “We are extremely proud of Max Dvorak, his family and his teachers. He is a good example to our students; hard work and determination pays off. We are also proud of Mrs. Susan Summers, Max’s economics teacher. Her dedication to teaching is a major factor in Max’s success.”
Susan Summers said, “Homestead High School and everyone in the Southwest Allen County School District family congratulate Max on this phenomenal achievement!”