Massachusetts Students Lead Nation in Advanced Placement Success for Second Year

MALDEN – For the second year in a row, Massachusetts is the top state in the nation in terms of the percentage of the graduating class that scored a 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement exam, according to results that the College Board released today.

In addition, the Commonwealth had the highest 10-year growth in the percentage of graduates who scored a 3 or higher.

To read the full press release from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, click here.