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Students get head start on college

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Six teachers at LaRue County High School teach AP classes.

By Ron Benningfield

Since 2008, the number of Kentucky public high school students taking Advanced Placement examinations has more than doubled from 14,664 to 30,133, according to data released from the College Board.

LaRue County High School has followed that trend with more students in more classes gaining a head start on college credits.

“The AP test scores range from 1-5,” explained Jo Newton, LaRue County High School counselor. “Students scoring a three or higher, typically, receive college credit for that subject.”


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