The AP & College Board Programming, Canada will present a District Honour Roll award to the Peel District School Board at John Fraser Secondary School on April 5, 2018 at 7p.m. The award recognizes the Peel board's commitment to providing Advance Placement (AP) opportunities for all its students and will be the Peel board's second consecutive year of receiving this award. The special presentation is open to John Fraser AP students, parents and guardians.
At the award ceremony, Terry Godwaldt, Director of AP & College Board Programming, Canada, will speak to John Fraser students and parents on how the AP program can help students achieve their post-secondary goals and provide opportunities for students to engage more deeply in innovative programming that prepares them to be citizens in the 21st century. At the event, Godwaldt will also recognize John Fraser's thriving AP program.
The AP District Honour Roll recognizes the Peel Board's continuous efforts and improvement to providing students with access to AP level courses. As a result of continued efforts, the Peel board witnessed improved grades and performance levels by students. In addition to the award, the Peel board is given special recognition for achieving an AP student population in which 30 per cent or more are from a visual minority background.
The AP District Honour Roll recognizes school districts committed to increasing access to AP level courses for underrepresented students while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning high AP Exam scores. These school district recipients are committed to expanding the availability of AP courses for students of all various backgrounds and capabilities.
For event details, please contact the school at 905-858-5910.
For more information, please visit https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/score-reports-data/awards/honor-roll.
For more information on Peel board initiatives, please visit www.peelschools.org.