Georgia gives AP honors to award-winning schools in Muscogee, Harris counties

Six schools in the Columbus area have been recognized for excellent achievement or participation in Advanced Placement course tests, the national program that gives students the chance to earn college credit while still in high school.

Five high schools in Muscogee County (Carver, Columbus, Hardaway, Northside and Rainey-McCullers), as well as Harris County, are among the 244 in the state to be named 2021 AP Honor Schools, according to the Georgia Department of Education. Georgia has 488 public high schools.

This year’s honors were awarded in eight categories based on a school’s performance in 2020.

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