Bronxville High School has been named to the Advanced Placement School Honor Roll, earning a Platinum distinction for its outstanding work in welcoming more students into AP courses and supporting them on the path to college success.
“We offer more than 20 different Advanced Placement courses at Bronxville High School to provide our students with rigorous academic experiences that will prepare them to be successful in college and beyond,” Principal Ann Meyer said. “This recognition by the College Board acknowledges our commitment to open enrollment in the AP program, the outstanding instruction our faculty provide in these courses and students’ hard work and dedication to their academics.”
According to its website, the AP School Honor Roll recognizes schools whose AP programs are delivering results for students while broadening access. Schools can earn the recognition annually based on criteria that reflect a commitment to increasing college-going culture, providing opportunities for students to earn college credit, and maximizing college readiness. The AP School Honor Roll offers four levels of distinction: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.
The College Board’s AP Program allows students to pursue college-level coursework while still in high school. Through AP courses, each culminating in a challenging exam, the students can earn college credit and placement.