- Lodi Unified School District Advanced Placement scores by the numbers
41 and 42 percent, respectively, of Bear Creek and McNair high
school students passed an AP examination
318 out of 542, or 59 percent, exams taken by Tokay High
students received a passing score of three or better, compared to
52 percent in 2010
334 of 539, or 62 percent, of Lodi High students scored three or
better, compared to 56 percent last year
1,694 students districtwide took an AP exam last spring, up from
1,375 in 2010
— Source: Lodi Unified School District
Posted: Thursday, August 11, 2011 12:00 am
The number of Galt High School seniors scoring well enough on
Advanced Placement exams to earn college credit continued to rise
last year, according to new state data.
The trend was the same across California. In Lodi Unified School
District, Tokay and Lodi high school students scored higher than
their North Stockton counterparts.
Thursday, August 11, 2011 12:00 am.