The Timberlane Regional High School is pleased to report the 2018 College Board Advanced Placement exam results. Timberlane students outperformed at both state and global levels with scores of 3 or higher on subject area exams.
GLOBAL STATE TRSD
% of Total AP Students with Scores 3+ 61% 71% 75%
*Exam scores of 3 or higher are predictive of college and future success.
All Timberlane students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses participate in AP exams annually. This year, 166 students participated in 268 AP exams including English, Mathematics, Science, World Languages, Social Studies, Computer Science, and other subject area exams. 75% of Timberlane High School students were recognized for earning an exam score of 3 or higher.
Timberlane High School Advanced Placement course teachers recently discussed their goals of the AP program and shared ideas for continued and long-term success. “The high quality, professional educators leading our AP students are hardworking and dedicated to each individual student. They care about the success of students and about working collaboratively with their colleagues and administrators to ensure Timberlane students are prepared for post high school education.” – Christi Michaud, Executive Director of Data, Assessment, and Accountability
“What makes Timberlane unique from other school districts is that ALL Timberlane students who enroll in AP courses are required to take the AP exam; students are not cherry-picked for the exam, thus our scores are truly reflective of the hard work undertaken by both our educators and students. Our ongoing efforts to increase the rigor, accountability, evaluation and support in our teaching and learning practices are exemplified in our student achievement results.” – Dr. Earl Metzler, Superintendent of Schools
July 18, 2018