Cedarcrest High School recognized on College Board’s annual AP Honor Roll

  • Written by Valley View Staff

The Riverview School District’s Cedarcrest High School is among 17 districts in Washington and 539 nationally that are being honored by the College Board for achieving significant gains in both AP (Advanced Placement) access and student performance.

Cedarcrest High School has grown its AP offerings from just two courses in 1997 to ten in 2012 and 11 in 2013. The percentage of students at CHS earning passing AP exam scores has increased from 55 percent in 1997 to over 80 percent. Last year (2011-12) 145 AP student exams were administered as compared to only eight in 1997-98.

“We applaud the efforts of the devoted teachers and administrators in these 539 districts who are fostering rigorous work worth doing. These educators have not only expanded student access to AP course work, but they have enabled more of their students to achieve on a college level—which is helping to create a strong college-going culture,” said College Board President David Coleman.

The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies — with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement or both — while still in high school.

AP classes are the capstone of Cedarcrest’s honors program. Please refer to the CHS course catalog, CHS school counselors or for more information.

On a related note, Cedarcrest High School continues to exceed state and national SAT score averages.

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