FLVS serves every kind of student imaginable and is dedicated to providing open doors and abundant support to all FLVS AP students.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 08, 2014
Students of Florida Virtual School (FLVS®), the statewide public school district in Florida, continued to score well on the Advanced Placement (AP®) Exams. The recently released 2013 AP Exam results revealed that FLVS students outperformed the state of Florida in overall averages by 13 percent and exceeded the national overall averages by 3 percent in comparing the 16 AP courses offered by FLVS.
To see a chart that reflects the percent of tests with a qualifying score (a test score of 3, 4 or 5) by course, please click here. For the 2013 AP Exams, FLVS received 88 percent of its students’ scores from the College Board.
2013 AP Exam results to note:
- FLVS students were above the state qualifying AP averages in 13 of 16 courses.
- FLVS students were above the national qualifying AP averages in 10 of the 16 courses.
- The percent of FLVS students with a qualifying score increased by 3 percent over 2012.
FLVS serves every kind of student imaginable and is dedicated to providing open doors and abundant support, including exam fee payment to all FLVS AP students.
About Florida Virtual School
Florida Virtual School (FLVS) is an established leader in developing and providing virtual Kindergarten-12 education solutions to students all over Florida, the United States and the world. A nationally recognized e-Learning model and recipient of numerous awards, FLVS was founded in 1997 and was the country's first, statewide Internet-based public high school. Today, FLVS serves students in grades Kindergarten-12 and provides a variety of custom solutions for schools and districts to meet student needs. For more information on FLVS, visit http://www.flvs.net.