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Area towns make Advanced Placement Honor Roll

Connecticut ranks second among the states in the percentage of its public high school graduates who pass the Advanced Placement exams. The College Board says 28.8 percent of Connecticut graduates last year scored a 3 or higher, behind only Maryland with 29.6 percent. 

 

This year, Connecticut had 18 districts that made the AP Honor Roll, which recognizes those districts that increase access to AP coursework while increasing the percentage of students earning high marks.

 

The districts include Brookfield, Fairfield, Monroe, Newtown, and Region 14 Bethlehem Woodbury.

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