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Local Schools Honored for Advanced Placement
Monday, 09 February 2009

February 9--  Two local school systems are among more than 80 in the state which have been honored for their Advanced Placement Programs by the Georgia Department of Education.  The programs offer high school students the opportunity to earn college-level credits while still in high school.

In this area, Montgomery County High School and Vidalia High School were noted for offering Advanced Placement classes in English, math, social studies and science in student bodies with less than 900 students.

Montgomery County High School was also honored because at least 30 percent of its Advanced Placement students are African-American or Hispanic, and at least 30 percent of the students in the program qualified for college credits.

 
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