22 California School Districts On This Year's AP District Honor Roll

The College Board has released its 7th Annual AP District Honor Roll list that includes a total of 433 school districts throughout the United States and Canada, 22 of which hail fro

m California.

These school districts were recognized for increasing Advanced Placement (AP) classes and increasing the number of students who passed an AP exam with a score of 3 or higher. The College Board measured each school districts performance, improvement, and AP scores from 2014-2016.

The following California school districts were recognized for their achievement:

  • Arcadia Unified School District
  • Barstow Unified School District
  • Brawley Union High School District
  • Capistrano Unified School District
  • Coast Unified School District
  • Diocese of Orange Education Office
  • Dublin Unified School District
  • Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District
  • Hayward Unified School District
  • Imperial Unified School District
  • Jurupa Unified School District
  • Live Oak Unified School District
  • Los Alamitos Unified School District
  • Lynwood Unified School District
  • Orland Unified School District
  • Pierce Joint Unified School District
  • San Ramon Valley Unified School District
  • Selma Unified School District
  • South Monterey County Joint High School District
  • Sutter Union High School District
  • Tamalpais Union High School District
  • Washington Unified School District

Congrats to all the districts who made the list!

See the full list of recipients at the College Board website


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