COLLEGE BOARD HONORS COUNTY SYSTEM FOR AP STUDENTS
Davidson County Schools was recognized as one of the five systems in North Carolina that was named to the Second Annual District Honor Roll. The distinction, awarded by the College Board office, credits the system for expanding opportunities and improving performance for Advanced Placement students. Dr. Sandi Lee, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the system, said the honor is based on the system having a high percentage rate of high school students taking AP courses and earning scores of 3 or higher on exams. The information was based on 2009-11 data.