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  • More Davis students taking, passing AP exams


    AP logo Davis School District continues to expand its offerings of Advanced Placement tests without negatively affecting its pass rate.


    In fact, Davis High School boasts the highest number of students in the state taking AP tests with 730 and has the third highest passing rate of 90.9 percent, according to data released by College Board recently.


    Viewmont High School was also among the top 10 Utah high schools in AP participation with 513 test takers. Millcreek and Centennial junior high schools boasted top pass rates of 93.8 percent and 90.1 percent respectively. And Bountiful High School was also among the top 10 with an 82.9 percent pass rate.


    Overall, the state was a 6 percent increase in AP tests taken when compared with 2015, according to College Board data. Out of those 38,685 tests taken, 66 percent scored a 3, 4 or 5. Nationally, the average is just 55.9 percent.


    Because of recent changes in demographic reporting by the College Board, it is difficult to gauge the change in Utah’s ethnic and racial participation in AP exams. There was, however, a 10 percent increase in students eligible for free and reduced-price lunch participating in AP exams over 2015 totals. Students who are economically disadvantaged now account for nearly 8 percent of AP test takers in Utah public schools, College Board data shows.


    Davis School District has been on the College Board’s AP Honor Roll for six straight years, the only school in Utah to achieve that ranking every year since its inception.


    “Advanced Placement classes, as well as concurrent enrollment, are preparing our students for higher education,” said Interim Superintendent Craig Carter. “I applaud our teachers, parents and administrators who continue to encourage students to excel in academics.”

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