During halftime at the North Jackson vs Arab football game Friday night, North Jackson High School will be recognizing teachers and students for their hard work resulting in 13 qualifying AP scores. 

Each year students take AP exams for potential college credit.

NJHS is a proud member of A Plus College Ready. It is the first school in the Jackson County System to receive this three-year grant.

The AP Biology qualifiers are Akira Hutchins, Brian Rice, Chloe Cunningham, Jonathon York, Nicholas Lee and Katelyn Waldrop.

The AP Computer Science Qualifiers are Akira Hutchings, Katelyn Waldrop, Chloe Cunningham, Dawson Smith, Brock Foshee, Samantha Gardner and Ty Ridley.

NJHS Principal Josh Harding and Assistant Ashley Lee ask the public to join them in recognizing the excellent work done by these students along with their teachers to make this achievement possible.

The purpose of the A Plus College Ready Program is to prepare students for the rigor of college and strengthen the teaching of AP mathematics, science, English, social studies, and computer science courses. 

It also strives to build enrollment ln these courses and increase the number of students taking and earning qualifying scores on AP exams.

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