Cathedral has been recognized for achieving excellence in the Advanced Placement program. To be honored, a high school must have had at least 25 percent of the members of the class of 2017 take at least one AP exam and earn a score of at least a 3. (This honor is based on last year’s graduating class, not the most recent.) Dr. Jennifer McCormick, state superintendent of public instruction, congratulates Tony Willis, who represented Cathedral as the school’s AP coordinator. This school year, Cathedral students were enrolled in 24 different AP courses and took a total of 896 AP exams. Students who earned specific scores on those exams received college credit.
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