A push for Advanced Placement

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Harrison County Schools join KentuckyAdvance program; additional AP classes, training offered

By Kate Darnell

Harrison County High School students will have some new class options next year.

And these new class options will provide challenges for high school seniors and juniors.

The new classes will be Advanced Placement classes.

Part of a $13.2 million grant from the National Math and Science Initiative (which is supported by ExxonMobil, Dell and Gates Foundation), Harrison County is among 16 new high schools in the state picked to join the AdvanceKentucky program, offering training and incentives for AP teachers and students.

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