The College Board has recognized the Ridgefield School District for the work it’s done with its Advanced Placement courses over the past three years.
The school district was one of 18 in Washington to qualify for the third annual Advanced Placement Honor Roll.
To qualify for the AP honor roll, districts must simultaneously increase enrollment in AP courses while maintaining or improving the rate of passing or higher scores on AP exams over a three-year period.
Ridgefield isn’t alone in Clark County. The Camas School District announced last week that it had also qualified for the honor roll.