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Studying Pays Off for Advanced Placement Students at Washington HS

College and Career Academy
  • WHS College & Career Academy
Tori Peterson

 

50 Washington HS students earned a total of $8,600.00 for passing their 2020-21 AP Exams 

 

Washington HS has partnered with University of Notre Dame Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program to provide high quality professional development and training for our AP teachers. As a result, WHS has seen an increase in AP Exam scores. 

AP-TIP is committed to preparing students for the academic rigors of college by engaging them in challenging high school courses in mathematics, science, and English. WHS teacher and students are financially rewarded for their success. Students earned $100.00 for every 2020-21 AP exam passed with a score of 3 or higher. Many students passed more than one AP exam, earning up to $400.00. Students wh already graduated received their checks directly in the mail. 

Because this is a two year program, students are eligible for stipend again this year. After this eyar, WHS will be looking for local partners who would be interested in supporting the program. 

 

kids posing with checks

Pictured, L-R 

Back Row: Caitlin Cox, Connor Blair, Alaina Thorne, Sabree Myers, Brayden Garland, Logan Hill, Ian Dayton, Tyler Boyd.

Middle Row: Grace Allison, Amber Williams, Benny Grubbs, Abbie Mattingly, Taylor Christenberry, Thursday Htoo, Erin Carlson,
Jonah Dyer, Jacob Delisle.

Front Row: Carmen Mejia, Jesse Ledgerwood, Ashley Walker, Camryn Gray, Calypso McAlister, Paige Byrd, Seth Allison.