Four Tennessee School Districts Make National AP Honor Roll

Every year the College Board recognizes districts across the country that increase access to Advanced Placement coursework while also maintaining or increasing the percentage of students that earn a three or higher on AP exams. This year four public Tennessee school districts made the grade!

Congratulations to Blount County Schools, Lincoln County Schools, Maryville City Schools, and McMinn County School!

The College Board uses data on increased access to AP courses, the percentage of minority students who took AP exams, and student performance levels to identify districts that earn a spot on the list.

Congratulations again to these four school districts! You can read more about the national AP Honor Roll here.