Rich South AP classes may lead to college credit
May 2, 2013 3:12PM
Rich South High School's advance placement and honors parents information night included AP teachers Nadine Baxter (behind table, from left), Sue Lundgren and Danielle Morrissette. | Supplied photo
Updated: June 6, 2013 6:09AM
Rich South High School recently hosted an advanced placement and honors parents information night for parents and about 60 students who will enroll in the program for the first time this fall.
Nearly 25 percent of students at the Richton Park school attend AP or honors classes, according to a news release issued by school officials.
During national advance placement testing days, Monday through May 17, about 185 Rich South students will take 289 tests in 12 subject areas.
With successful testing, students can earn college credit before entering college.