Online high schoolers earn high AP scores

 Virtual High School Global Consortium (http www.govhs.org) today announced the release of its 2010 Advanced Placement (AP) exam pass rates. For the 5th consecutive year, the organization's scores outpaced the national average as reported by the CollegeBoard. As many as
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 Virtual High School Global Consortium (http://www.govhs.org) today announced the release of its 2010 Advanced Placement (AP) exam pass rates. For the 5th consecutive year, the organization's scores outpaced the national average as reported by the CollegeBoard. As many as 91.7% of students taking a Virtual High School (VHS) AP course earned a score of 3, 4 or 5 on their AP exam.

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