LAWRENCE, MA — In 2019, more than 100 Central Catholic High School (CCHS) students achieved AP Scholar status or higher on a variety of AP (Advanced Placement) exams, and nearly 350 CCHS students seat for multiple Advanced Placement exams, taking over 740 total exams.
Wilmington’s Andrew M. Regan, now a freshman at Northeastern University, was named an AP Scholar with Distinction due to his scores while a senior at Central Catholic last spring. Regan received an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more these exams.
Approximately 80 percent of CCHS students passed their AP exams with a three or higher — significantly above the national average; one-third of CCHS students who sat for AP Exams achieved at such a high level that they were named AP scholars (over 115 students), and almost half (49 percent) of CCHS AP test takers on three of more exams. Several scored four or higher on every exam they took, and on at least eight of the exams.
(NOTE: The above announcement is from Central Catholic High School.)
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