ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An Albany High School is named to three state Advanced Placement Honors lists.
Westover High School was named to the state's STEM's list, STEM Achievement List and Access and Support List.
In order to make the list the school had to have a certain number of students taking AP courses and scoring a three or higher on the exams.
Principal William Chunn says his staff does a great job in getting students interested in taking AP courses.
"Anytime you receive an accolade from the state department it's always a good thing," said William Chunn, Westover High School Principal. "It's something that all of Dougherty County can be proud of. I'm very proud of my AP students and the AP teachers for the work that they've done over the past few years in receiving these academic awards."
Chunn says more than 300 students in his school take AP courses.
This is the seventh year in a row Westover has been recognized on the AP honors lists.