18 May Inaugural Superintendent’s Medallion Awarded to CCSD Students
Posted at 10:43h in Achievements, Clark County School District, Press Release, Students
Clark County School District (CCSD) leadership awarded 184 high school seniors from 23 schools with the Superintendent’s Medallion for their academic excellence during the inaugural ceremony. CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara, CCSD Chief College, Career, Equity and School Choice Officer Dr. Mike Barton and CCSD Assistant Superintendent, Assessment, Accountability, Research, and School Improvement Greg Manzi presented the awards at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts.
Students receiving a Superintendent’s Medallion scored a 31 or higher on the ACT, had at least one score of three or higher for an AP exam, and completed a Career and Technical Education (CTE) certification.
Additional accomplishments by award recipients:
- Students averaged a 32.5 ACT composite score.
- Three students received a perfect composite score of 36 on their ACT.
- Students earned a total of 926 scores of three or better on AP exams and 359 scores of five.
- This equals a possible 2,778 college credits.