Monday, December 12, 2016

Dunwoody High School Students Score Perfect 100 on
Advanced Placement Exams

information courtesy of DHS enews:

WE ARE PROUD to announce that 2 of our students scored a perfect 100 on the recent AP exams!

Anna Dolder, graduate of the class of 2016, scored a perfect 100 on the AP Economics exam ... only 28 out of 135,000 students worldwide can claim this achievement!

Rohan Narendra, a senior this year, scored a perfect 100 on the AP Spanish Language & Culture exam ... only 108 out of 163,405 students worldwide can claim this achievement!
 
Great to note that only 5 students in the state of GA earned perfect scores and 2 of the 5 were from Dunwoody!! Go Wildcats!



Below is the summary of all AP exams taken by Dunwoody HS students for the 2015-2016 academic year. 

Information courtesy of the Governor's Office of Student Achievement: https://gosa.georgia.gov/sites/gosa.georgia.gov/files/related_files/site_page/AP_2016_DEC_1st_2016.csv

The Dunwoody HS data for AP Economics Micro and Macro should be reversed.  Students enrolled in the Academy of Finance take the AP Macro exam.

Test Subject
Number of Students Taking AP Tests
Number of Tests Taken
# of Tests Scoring 3 or Higher
ALL Subjects
546
1,192
838
Art History
3
   
Art: Studio 2-D Design
7
   
Art: Studio 3-D Design
3
   
Art: Studio Drawing
5
   
Biology
19
19
19
Calculus A
22
22
3
Calculus BC
26
26
13
Chemistry
47
47
12
Computer Science A
9
 
 
Economics: Macro
1
   
Economics: Micro
131
131
107
Eng. Language & Comp
51
51
43
Eng. Literature & Comp
41
41
34
Environmental Science
78
78
36
European History
22
22
14
French Language
10
10
7
Geography: Human
115
115
87
German Language
1
   
Gov. & Pol. Comp
17
17
17
Gov. & Pol. U.S.
111
111
74
Latin: Vergil
7
   
Music Theory
11
11
10
Physics 1
34
34
23
Physics 2
16
16
16
Psychology
157
157
109
Spanish Language
50
50
48
Spanish Literature
1
   
Statistics
46
46
22
U.S. History
54
54
49
World History
97
97
70



 

2 comments:

  1. The results in a lot of those tests are phenomenal. Those teachers are obviously doing a great job preparing their students for those exams - and their parents have to be pretty happy with having some college credits under their kids belts without having to pay the associated tuition.

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  2. Computer science is incorrect. My son scored a 5.

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