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Percentage of seniors at area high schools who took AP classes in 2010

State data for area high schools showed a wide range in the percentage of seniors in the class of 2010 who took at least one Advanced Placement exam during their high school career:

Abington High33
Avon Middle High27
Braintree High32
B B Russell Alternative (Brockton)0
Lincoln Alternative (Brockton)0
Brockton High10
Brockton Champion High0
Canton High23
Carver Middle/High29
Cohasset Middle/High67
Dedham High30
Duxbury High65
East Bridgewater High36
Oliver Ames High
Foxborough High35
Hanover High42
Holbrook Jr/Sr High32
Hull High34
Mansfield High29
Marshfield High38
Middleborough High22
Milton High63
Norton High44
Norwell High56
Norwood High22
Pembroke High26
Plymouth North High29
Plymouth South High20
Quincy High16
North Quincy High39
Randolph High36
Rockland Senior High31
Scituate High45
Sharon High66
Stoughton High26
Walpole High32
West Wareham
Wareham Cooperative Junior/Senior High3
Wareham Senior High33
West Bridgewater Jr/Sr53
Westwood High51
Weymouth High14
Foxborough Regional Charter74
South Shore Charter Public (Norwell)4
Bridgewater-Raynham Reg.20
Apponequet Regional (Freetown-Lakeville)32
Old Rochester Reg. High (Mattapoisett)22
Silver Lake Reg. High (Kingston)30
Whitman Hanson
Blue Hills Reg. Voc Tech (Canton)0
Bristol-Plymouth Voc Tech6
Old Colony Reg. Voc. Tech (Rochester)0
Southeastern Reg. Voc. Tech (Easton)0
South Shore Voc. Tech (Hanover)0
Norfolk County Agr (Walpole)0

Note: The numbers include students who transferred into a school and had already taken an AP exam somewhere else.

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SOURCE: Mass. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

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