Missoula County Public Schools have been honored by the college board with a place on the 2nd Annual  AP (advanced placement) Honor Roll. Since 2009, the district has increased the number of students participating in AP courses from 309 to 350, while maintaining the percentage of students earning AP exam scores of 3 or higher. Superintendent of Missoula County Public Schools, Alex Apostle, says this is a tribute to our teachers and staff who work closely with AP students.

The only other Montana district to make this year’s AP honor roll was Helena. The AP Honor Roll is made up of only those public school districts that are simultaneously expanding opportunity and improving performance. The list includes 367 school districts across 43 states and Canada.