The Hudson City School district has received national recognition, according to the Hudson Hub Times.
The College Board has named the district to the AP District Honor Roll. The list acknowledges school district’s for increasing access to Advanced Placement classes while also increasing the number of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP exams.
Hudson High School Principal Brian Wilch told the Hub Times that 83 percent of students who took the AP exams scored a 3 or higher.
Hudson was one of 539 school districts in the United States and Canada who made the list.