On The Honor Roll for a Second Time
For a second year, Sayville School District was on the College Board’s second annual AP District Honor Roll for both an increased enrollment of our students participating in college-level Advanced Placement courses as well as for our students garnering high scores.
Sayville is one of nine school districts on Long Island recognized for such an achievement this year. While 367 school districts in both the United States and Canada earned this distinction, thirty were in New York. The nine Long Island districts besides Sayville were Commack, Copiague, Eastport-South Manor, Harborfields and Herricks Levittown, Riverhead, and Syosset.
At the end of each AP course, students take the specific exam. While scores range from 1 to 5, scores between 3 to 5 may can earn the students college credits that are accepted at many select colleges and universities across the country.
Congratulations, Sayville Students!