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Levy students get more AP choices to ready them for college

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By Kellie Parkin

Levy County students have more Advanced Placement options this year than ever before to ready them for college, says Levy County School District Director of Curriculum Patrick Wnek.

“We believe that by providing more AP courses, students will be better prepared for college,” he said.

“Eighty percent of students say they want to go to college,” Wnek said. “In these rural areas – many of them will be first generation. AP courses will prepare them.”


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