Twelve Kentucky public school districts have been selected for inclusion in the College Board’s 4th annual Advanced Placement (AP) District Honor Roll.
The honor roll includes 477 public and private districts throughout the U.S. and Canada that increased access to Advanced Placement courses for a broader number of students while also maintaining or improving the rate at which their AP students earned passing scores of 3 or higher (out of a possible 5) on an AP Exam.
The following Kentucky public school districts are included in the honor roll:
- Ashland Independent School District*
- Boone County School District*
- Bracken County School District‡
- Fayette County Public Schools*
- Floyd County School District‡
- Logan County School District
- Madison County School District
- Marion County Public School District*
- Marshall County School District
- McLean County School District
- Murray Independent School District
- Pulaski County School District‡*
*District has achieved the honor for multiple years.
‡District has 30 percent or greater enrollment of students who qualify for free/reduced-price meals.