Chamblee, Cross Keys Earn Advanced Placement Honors

The two schools earned honors for testing and participation among minorities.

The Georgia Department of Education has announced the 2013 Advanced Placement (AP) Honors Schools, and our communities’ two high schools made the list.

Chamblee Charter High School was named as merit school, meaning at least 20 percent of its student population took the AP exam and at least 50 percent of those exams scoring three (3) or higher.

Chamblee and Cross Keys High School both had at least 30 percent of their exams taken by African American and/or Hispanic students, and 30 percent of those earning a score of three (3) or higher.

Chamblee also made a list of schools that had students testing in at least two AP math courses, and two AP science courses.

Kim Gokce February 21, 2013 at 01:05 PM
Congratulations to our service area schools - in spite of system mis-management, the teachers and students continue to achieve. All the more credit is due to them for the lack of governance by DCSD leadership. Combined, our two serving public high schools have nearly 150 years duty to our children and the future. Thank you Blue'n'Gold and Green'n'Gold (apologies to the Red'n'White pre-1990 at CK!).


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