Friday, October 30, 2020

CISD Receives AP Honor Roll Award for 5th Consecutive Year

Every year, College Board honors districts around the nation with an award, AP Honor Roll,  for simultaneously increasing participation in Advanced Placement courses while maintaining or improving the number of 3’s, 4’s, and 5’s scored on the Advanced Placement tests.

Carroll ISD is honored to receive this award for the fifth consecutive year. The AP Honor Roll is the most prestigious academic award that a district can receive. College Board reviews the data from all districts that participate in Advanced Placement exams and based upon their data they select a small number of districts that fit the criteria that College Board feels shows an exemplary school district.

“Carroll ISD is truly honored to receive this recognition again this year.  We are extremely proud of the efforts of our students, staff, and community,” said Gina Peddy, Executive Director for Curriculum and Instruction. “Advanced Placement courses are our most rigorous courses offered and for us, as a district, to receive an award not only for our scores, but also for continuing to increase the participation in this program shows the commitment level from both our students and our staff. In Carroll, we are committed to excellence, and receiving this award is a nice way of honoring the hard work and devotion that our staff and students exhibit daily.”