AP Test Scores Paying Off at Pueblo’s Centennial High

April 2, 2014

By: Gayle Perez
The Pueblo Chieftain
March 3, 2014

Centennial High School students are earning impressive dividends for scoring well on the Advanced Placement exams.

In December, The Colorado Education Initiative presented $9,000 in incentive money to Centennial students who attained a qualifying score on AP exams in science, math or language arts.

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