AP Honor Roll Includes Hoosier Districts

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The Indiana Department of Education says 10 Indiana school districts have been named to the annual AP District Honor Roll by The College Board. Districts that make the honor roll are recognized for expanding access to Advanced Placement programs and student success on AP exams.

The organization has recognized a total of 433 districts from the U.S. and Canada. The list was based on three years of data from 2014-2016. Among the criteria to included on the honor roll, districts had to have shown an improved performance rate from AP students earning scores of 3 or higher on the exams. 

"We congratulate these school districts for their expansion and excellence in the Advanced Placement program," said Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick. "The commitment from the administration and teachers paired with the hard work of students resulted in this noteworthy accomplishment. We are proud of each and every one of them."

The Indiana school districts named to the Advanced Placement Honor Roll include:

  • Danville Community School Corp.
  • Griffith Public Schools
  • Middlebury Community Schools
  • Nettle Creek School Corp.
  • Noblesville Schools
  • Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corp.
  • Tell City-Troy Township School Corp.
  • Wawasee Community School Corp.
  • Westfield Washington Schools
  • Whitko Community School Corp.

You can learn more about the requirements for making the list by clicking here. You can view the full AP District Honor Roll below:

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