AHA Announces AP Exam Results
A school record was achieved when 69 of its students were named AP Scholars by the College Board. Of these students, 20 were named AP Scholars with Distinction, having scored an average of 3.5 or higher on at least five exams (AHA’s AP Scholars averaged 4.3). An additional 13 students were named AP Scholars with Honor, which requires attaining 3.25 average on all of at least four exams (AHA’s Scholar’s with Honor averaged 3.95); and 36 students were designated as AP Scholars, which requires scoring a three or higher on at least three Advanced Placement Exams (AHA’s AP Scholars attained an average score of 4.27 on their exams).
Holy Angels administered 348 AP exams in eighteen different subject areas to its 173 AP students (62% of the junior and senior classes) who achieved an overall passing rate of 93%. Every student in AHA’s AP US History, Studio Art 2-D and Spanish classes passed with flying colors and an impressive 92% the students taking exams in Biology, Chemistry, Art History, English Language, English Composition, Government and Studio Art attained passing scores. AHA requires all students enrolled in AP classes to sit for the AP exam, making its statistics that much more impressive. This success was well deserved, according to AHA Principal Jennifer Moran. “Holy Angels is dedicated to academic excellence and enabling each student to reach the fullness of her potential. We encourage our students to work diligently in all their courses of study and we are delighted with the results of their effort and the love of learning that it produces.” Holy Angels will be hosting two open houses this Fall: on Sunday, October 6th from 11AM-3PM and an evening Open House on Monday, November 4th from 6:30-8:30PM.
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