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Temple High School Named GADOE AP Challenge School

Mar 04 2021

The Georgia Department of Education (GADOE) recently released its data regarding the state’s Advanced Placement (AP) pass rate for the Class of 2020, and Temple High School was recognized as an AP Challenge School for the second consecutive year. Schools in this category have 900 or fewer students and students testing in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

Dr. Jessica Ainsworth, Assistant Superintendent of School Performance stated, “We are proud of the teachers, administrators, and students at Temple High School for their commitment to academic excellence. THS continues to offer a variety of premier opportunities to prepare students to be college and career ready upon graduation.”

Tim Gribben, Principal of Temple High School added, “Our team works very hard every day to offer students multiple ways to achieve success and thrive academically. We are honored and excited to be named one of the best high schools in the state for preparing students for a successful future.”

According to the GADOE and the College Board, Georgia’s public-school Class of 2020 ranks 17th in the nation for AP pass rate. The state’s ranking remained the same in comparison with the Class of 2019.