Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars
Over half of all Woodlawn graduates have earned Advanced Placement (AP) Awards based on their exceptional performance on AP exams. Students who score well on AP exams may earn college credit as well as placement into higher-level college classes. Woodlawn currently offers eight Advanced Placement courses in its upper school curriculum.
The highest AP Award, National AP Scholar, is given annually to the top 1% of Advanced Placement students. In North Carolina, for example, only about 500 students qualify for National AP Scholar recognition each year.
Out of our 131 graduates (Classes of 2010-2019), 73 have earned an AP Award - click on the student photos below to view more information about their post-Woodlawn activities.