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CollegeBoard releases AP Scholar information

Posted Thursday, September 5, 2019

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Each fall, CollegeBoard’s Advanced Placement (AP®) Program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on multiple AP exams. Recently released information shows that the Class of 2019 achieved the highest numbers to date for Loveland High School, with:

• 142 total Scholars (average exam score of 3.94)
• 65 AP Scholars 
• 31 AP Scholars with Honor 
• 46 AP Scholars with Distinction 
• 5 National AP Scholars 

“We have worked diligently over the past several years to increase our AP course offerings and have nearly doubled the AP classes available at Loveland High School,” said LHS Principal Peggy Johnson. “I am very proud of our students’ achievements and of the incredible educators at Loveland who taught the classes and prepared the students for the exams.”

In March, LHS was recognized as one of less than a dozen public high schools in Ohio to earn CollegeBoard’s inaugural AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award. Only 685 of more than 18,000 secondary schools worldwide offering AP courses were selected for the award, which recognizes them for expanding girls’ access to AP Computer Science courses. LHS was also included on the 9th Annual AP Honor Roll for increasing overall access to AP courses while maintaining or improving the rate at which students earned scores of 3 or higher.

"We have built up great momentum in academic achievement at Loveland,” said Dr. Amy Crouse, superintendent. “We know we provide a great value to our residents - and we're proud of that - but it's really about the excellent education we are able to provide for our students. The recent AP Scholar data shows that our efforts to continue to add valuable programming for our students are making a real difference in their lives; entering college with credit or advanced placement experience makes the transition from high school easier, both academically and financially.”
For more information about AP Scholars, visit CollegeBoard at https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/awards-recognitions/ap-scholar-award.

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