(SANFORD, FL) – Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is proud to announce that the number of SCPS Seniors who scored 3 or higher on at least one AP Exam at any point during high school increased by 2% (from 41.8% to 43.9%). The percent of exams with scores of 3 or higher increased 4% (from 62% to 66%). The district percent passed average met or exceeded the state percent average on 29 out of 38 AP exams. In addition, the district percent passed average met or exceeded the global
percent passed average on 25 out of 38 AP exams. Exams with the highest percentage passed and exams administered as a district include: Psychology, Human Geography, Statistics, Computer Science Principles, and English Language and Composition. Overall, 14,769 AP Tests were administered to 7,139 SCPS students.
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