Indiana Department of Education recognizes high advanced placement student achievement

2013-07-09T11:38:00Z 2013-07-09T11:50:06Z Indiana Department of Education recognizes high advanced placement student achievementLisa Keene | Crown Point High School nwitimes.com
July 09, 2013 11:38 am  • 

CROWN POINT | “Crown Point High School continues to set the bar for AP student achievement very high in Indiana with 25 percent of its graduates passing at least one AP exam during high school,” Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz wrote in her invitation.

Ritz invited members of the Crown Point High School advanced placement community to a recognition reception at the Indiana Statehouse Atrium in Indianapolis on June 21. Crown Point AP teachers John Lambersie, Brian Elston, Jacob Adams and Jason McGee attended.

Deputy Superintendent for Public Instruction Danielle Shockey handed out awards and other invited dignitaries included Governor Mike Pence, Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers, State School Board Members, General Assembly Members, and Regional Vice President for the College Board Greg Walker.

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