More than 800 students scored a 3 or higher on their Advanced Placement exam during the 2016-2017 school year, making them eligible for college credit. 

AP classes offer students the ability to take college-level course work and earn college credit based on their performance on the national AP exam.   This is up by 169 from the previous year.  Wilson County saw an increase in both participation rates and the number of students who scored a 3 or better on at least one Advanced Placement exams.

The percentage of students who participated in an Advanced Placement exam increased by 10 percent from the previous year.  Wilson County offers over 30 Advanced Placement courses.  Our students have the opportunity to start earning college credit as early as ninth grade.  We are proud of our teachers and students in Wilson County!