• Five schools recognized for AP testing
     | December 11,2012

    Five Vermont school were recognized last month for their Advanced Placement testing, which allows students to obtain college credit based on their scores, in regards to class enrollment and student performance.

    The third annual AP District Honor Roll recognized districts that improved the number of students involved and increased the percentage of students scoring a three or higher on the exam’s five-point grading rubric.

    Vermont schools recognized consisted of U-32 in East Montpelier, Harwood Union High School in Moretown, Stowe School District, North Country Union High School in Newport, and Franklin Central Supervisory Union in St. Albans.

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