Elkhorn Public Schools (EPS) is one of only two Nebraska school districts, and only 250 districts nationally, named to the College Board’s 10th Annual AP District Honor Roll.  For the eighth consecutive year, EPS has increased the number of students participating in AP courses, while also increasing the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher.

During the 2018-19 school year, AP offerings in EPS high schools included courses in the subject areas of History, Biology, English, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, Foreign Languages, Government, Psychology, and Statistics.  In all, the total student enrollment in EPS AP courses was over 2,000, with over 1,500 AP exams taken district-wide.

“Being named to the AP Honor Roll for the eighth consecutive year is an outstanding accomplishment.  It is reflective of the system-wide culture of continuous improvement that our staff has created with high expectations, guaranteed curriculum, collaboration, and rigorous coursework for students.  We are proud of our students for their commitment to continually strive for this level of academic outcome,“ said EPS superintendent Dr. Bary Habrock.   

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