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AP exams in the Midlands

The S.C. Department of Education Monday released the rate at which S.C. schools passed Advanced Placement exams. A score of 3 or better on the exam gives high school students college credit in any of 37 subjects. S.C. students pass - meaning a score of 3 or better - 57 percent of AP exams. Below is the rate at which Midlands high schools passed AP exams. Ten local high schools beat the state's pass rate.

KERSHAW

Camden 51%

Lugoff-Elgin 48%

North Central N/A*

LEXINGTON 1

Gilbert 36%

Lexington 75%

Pelion 71%

White Knoll 53%

LEXINGTON 2

Airport 42%

Brookland-Cayce 35%

LEXINGTON 3

Batesburg-Leesville 38%

LEXINGTON 4

Swansea 21%

LEX-RICH 5

Chapin 61%

Dutch Fork 68%

Irmo 58%

RICHLAND 1

A. C. Flora 33%

C. A. Johnson N/A*

Columbia 9%

Dreher 82%

Eau Claire N/A*

Lower Richland 15%

W. J. Keenan 13%

RICHLAND 2

Blythewood 68%

Richland Northeast 63%

Ridge View 64%

Spring Valley 87%

*No performance data are provided by the SC Department of Education for subgroups smaller than five in the scores category.

Source: S.C. Department of Education

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