2020 Advanced Placement Pacesetter Awards
The Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council (WAPAC) announced the 2020 Advanced Placement Pacesetter Awards. WAPAC is comprised of Wisconsin educators that are dedicated to expanding access to Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and rigorous learning for all students.
The Pacesetter Awards are unique to Wisconsin. They are used to recognize participation and a culture of excellence at a particular school. They are a celebration of excellence from across our state rather than a competition. Schools are acknowledged for their efforts at three levels based on the following criteria:
Level 1- 30% or more of all student participation in at least one AP exam AND 70% or more earning scores of 3 or above on the exams. Level 2 - 20% or more of all student participation in at least one AP exam AND 65% or more earning scores of 3 or above on the exams. Level 3 - 10% or more of all student participation in at least one AP exam AND 60% or more earning scores of 3 or above on the exams.
Recipients of the 2020 Advanced Placement Pacesetter Awards are:
Level 1 Pacesetter Awards Arrowhead High - Belleville High - Cedarburg High - Elmbrook Central High - Elmbrook East High - Franklin High - Hudson High - Kettle Moraine Global School - Kimberly High - Marshfield High - Mequon-Thiensville - Homestead High - Muskego High - New Berlin Eisenhower Middle/High - New Berlin Middle/High - Pewaukee High - Port Washington High - Saint Croix Central High - Waukesha West High School - Waunakee High - Whitefish Bay High