KHS Makes College Board Honor Roll
Kohler School District makes the Honor Roll by the College Board
The Kohler School District is one of 574 districts in the nation and Canada to be named to the 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll by the College Board. This recognition reflects the district's dedication to expanding the opportunity and access to Advanced Placement courses while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3, 4, and 5 on the exams. The Advanced Placement program offers college-level curricula and exams to high school students. American colleges and universities often grant placement and course credit to students who earn high scores on the exams.
In the last five years, Kohler has expanded its AP course offerings to include calculus, statistics, biology, European history, US government and politics, language and composition, and literature and composition. During this time, an average of 81% of students earned a score of 3 or higher, the number of exams taken grew from 17 to 76, and the percentage of students participating in the exams increased from 9% to 22%. Congratulations to Kohler Schools and the community at large!