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[Macon, Georgia] – Catholic private school, Mount de Sales Academy located in Macon, Georgia is proud to announce the earned recognition as a Platinum School with the AP® School Honor Roll for the 2022-2023 school year with an additional recognition as an AP® Access School. Mount de Sales Academy earned platinum-level recognition by meeting or exceeding the criteria in all three metrics, and AP® Access by providing advanced coursework to all, including underrepresented populations. 

Mrs. Emily Brown, Mount de Sales Academy’s upper school principal states, “Mount de Sales is honored to be recognized with the Platinum AP Honor Roll. Receiving this recognition from such a highly respected educational organization is a reflection of Mount de Sales’ commitment to providing students with access to college-level courses and helping them achieve at the highest levels.  We are proud to be a community called to excellence where our faculty, staff, and students work together to create an environment where academic excellence thrives.”

About College Board’s AP® School Honor Roll 

According to the 2023 College Board, the AP® School Honor Roll recognizes schools whose AP programs are delivering results for students while broadening access. Schools can earn this recognition annually based on criteria that reflect a commitment to increasing college-going culture, providing opportunities for students to earn college credit, and maximizing college readiness. This is a new program implemented in October of 2023. The AP School Honor Roll offers four levels of distinction: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. 


Schools on the AP School Honor Roll may also earn the AP Access Award, honoring schools that demonstrate a clear and effective commitment to equitable access to advanced coursework. Schools earn the additional award if the percentage of AP Exam takers who are underrepresented minority and/or low-income students mirrors the school’s overall student demographics. For example, if 50% of a school’s student body is low income, then 50% of the AP Exam takers must also be low income for a school to receive the AP Access Award. 

Learn more about AP® School Honor Roll here.