New Albany High School Celebrates Successful AP® Program and Touts Benefits of AP
New Albany High School Celebrates Successful AP® Program and Touts Benefits of APCollege Board Communications
A recent post on the Blotter—the online student publication for New Albany High School in New Albany, IN—outlined strategies in place to help students through the process of succeeding both in AP classes and on AP exams. Assistant Principal Bill Krammes, who also serves as a member of the College Board’s Midwestern Regional Council, talked to the Blotter about the benefits of AP.
“We’re trying to provide an environment for our kids where they can reach for their fullest potential and understand what that potential is going to be. Without that AP experience, a lot of our kids don’t really know how much they can do,” Krammes said in the article.
Read the full post here.