Six Hart District high schools have been named to the College Board’s AP School Honor Roll for 2022-23, placing them in the top 30% of eligible schools. The AP School Honor Roll recognizes schools across the country for successful AP programs with broad access.
To qualify for the AP School Honor Roll, schools must meet certain criteria for the most recent graduating class:
– College Culture: 40% or more of the graduating class took at least 1 AP Exam during high school.
– College Credit: 25% or more of the graduating class scored a 3 or higher on at least 1 AP Exam during high school.
– College Optimization: 2% or more of the graduating class took 5 or more AP Exams during high school, with at least one taken in 9th or 10th grade.
Additionally, schools may be recognized with the AP Access Award, which highlights schools that demonstrate a strong commitment to equitable access to advanced coursework for all students.
The following district high schools received distinction:
Canyon High School – Bronze with Access
Castaic High School – Bronze with Access
Golden Valley High School – Bronze
Hart High School – Silver
Saugus High School – Bronze with Access
West Ranch High School – Silver
“Congratulations to these exceptional schools who have been recognized for their commitment to fostering access and increasing college readiness,” said Superintendent Mike Kuhlman.