09 Nov Nine CCSD schools receive prestigious recognition
Nine Clark County School District (CCSD) schools were named to the 2022-23 Advanced Placement (AP) School Honor Roll.
The award honors schools with AP programs that deliver results for students while broadening access. Multiple CCSD schools were also awarded the AP Access Award for demonstrating a clear and effective commitment to equitable access to advanced coursework. The AP School Honor Roll offers four levels of distinction: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.
“Congratulations to these nine CCSD schools for leading on our commitment to offering excellence in the classroom and preparing our students for higher learning,” said Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara. “Our teachers and school administrators continue to offer our students college-level courses, expanding their options. We are committed to offering students and their families expanded choices for college and career readiness that will give them the skills they need for their futures no matter their choices.”
During the 2022-2023 school year, CCSD had more than 17,800 AP course enrollments.
The list of schools includes:
- Advanced Technologies Academy – Platinum with Access Award
- West Career and Technical Academy – Platinum with Access Award
- Las Vegas Academy of the Arts – Gold with Access Award
- Veterans Tribute Career and Technical Academy – Silver with Access Award
- Coronado High School – Bronze with Access Award
- Southwest Career and Technical Academy – Bronze with Access Award
- Sierra Vista High School – Platinum Award
- Northwest Career and Technical Academy – Silver Award
- Rancho High School – Bronze Award
These CCSD schools were chosen for meeting criteria that include demonstrating a commitment to college-going culture, providing adequate opportunities for students to earn college credit and maximizing college readiness.
To learn more about the Clark County School District, visit ccsd.net.