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LVA Tops Nevada Schools in AP Scores and Access

Updated: Nov 13, 2023

LVA earned a GOLD AP Honor Award with a second award for AP Access. The administration and faculty are recognized for demonstrating a clear and effective commitment to equitable access to advanced coursework. The award is given with LVA's vision to increase vigorous college-level course work through Advance Placement Courses and UNLV & CSN Dual Credit courses. [Dual credit is not part of the AP recognition, but a commitment of advanced opportunities to LVA students.]


4,570 schools—which represent 30% of eligible high schools [estimated eligible is 18,000]—are being recognized for their work creating AP programs that are delivering results for students while broadening access.

  • 886 schools (6% of eligible schools) received Platinum level AP School Honor Roll recognition.

  • 914 schools (6% of eligible schools) received Gold level AP School Honor Roll recognition.

  • 1,430 schools (9% of eligible schools) received Silver level AP School Honor Roll recognition.

  • 1,340 schools (9% of eligible schools) received Bronze level AP School Honor Roll recognition.

  • Of these 4,570 schools, 1,770 (39% of Honor Roll recipients) also received the AP Access award, demonstrating a clear and effective commitment to equitable access to advanced coursework.

The recipients represent a broad range of high schools from across the United States (including U.S. territories) and Canada. They include private, public, and charter schools; large and small student bodies; rural and urban populations; and specialized high schools, along with generalized programs.






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