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Cook High School named a 2023 AP Honor School

State School Superintendent Richard Woods has named 273 Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools, including Cook High School, from 97 school districts for 2023.

“The number of AP Honor Schools increased by more than 14%, which serves as a testament to our commitment to expand opportunities for Georgia students, including in advanced and accelerated coursework,” Superintendent Woods said. “I sincerely congratulate each of this year’s AP Honor Schools on their achievement.

“Additionally, I thank each teacher, student, and school- and district-level administrator for their diligent work creating strong AP opportunities in these 273 Georgia schools.”

The 2023 AP Honor Schools are named in eight categories based on the results of 2022 AP courses and exams.

Cook High is listed among 2023 AP Challenge Schools. These schools have enrollments of 900 or fewer students and students testing in English, math, science, and social studies.

AP exams are administered by the College Board, which also administers the SAT. AP courses are one of several ways Georgia students can access college-level learning at the high school level; students who receive a 3, 4, or 5 on an AP exam may receive college credit. In addition, GaDOE began recognizing AP Honor Schools in 2008.

In the area, Colquitt County High School and Fitzgerald High School are listed among 2023 AP Access and Support Schools; Brooks County High School, 2023 AP Challenge Schools; Colquitt County High School, 2023 AP Expansion Schools; Thomasville High School, 2023 AP Schools of Distinction; Colquitt County High School, Lowndes High School, Thomas County Central High School, Thomasville High School, and Valdosta High School, 2023 AP Stem Schools; and Lowndes High School and Thomas County Central High School, 2023 AP STEM Achievement Schools.  

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