Hudson High School Recognized as AP Pacesetter School

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Congratulations to Hudson High School for being recognized by the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council as a Pacesetter school in Advanced Placement. Based on the criteria below, Hudson High School received a Level 1.

  • Level 1: Percent of students taking AP exams is greater than 30% of the school’s population and the percent of students with scores of 3 or above is greater than 70%.
  • Level 2: Percent of students taking AP exams is greater than 20% of the school’s population and the percent of students with scores of 3 or above is greater than 65%.
  • Level 3: Percent of students taking AP exams is greater than 10% of the school’s population and the percent of students with scores of 3 or above is greater than 60%.

This recognition underscores the efforts of Hudson High School to provide access to AP courses and high quality instruction. The chart below shows the number of schools out of a total 424 public schools who earned recognition at each level.

2016 Pacesetter Results (*2015 AP data)2015 Pacesetter Results (*2014 AP data)         2014 Pacesetter Results (*2013 AP data)
Level 1 schools               16Level 1 schools             12Level 1 schools               7
Level 2 schools               32Level 2 schools              36Level 2 schools              36
Level 3 schools               92Level 3 schools              85Level 3 schools              89