FC excels on AP exams PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 00:00

The Indiana Department of Education will recognize Floyd Central High School at a ceremony on June 21st in Indianapolis.  Floyd Central will be recognized for the large number of students (40.7%)  who score a 3 or above on AP exams (advancement placement courses).
Rob Willman will attend the event along with teachers and district officials. Principal Janie Whaley said, “ This is indeed a tribute to our teachers and students for their hard work in rigorous classes “.  Floyd Central offers 16 AP courses in English, music theory, psychology, computer programming, biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, U.S. history, art, calculus, government, europeon history and macroeconomics.
This has been a banner year for Floyd Central having received recognition from the Washington Post newspaper as an America’s Most Challenging High School, named an Indiana Four Star School for the 14th time, and the Floyd Central Dance Marathon that raised $42,000 for Riley Children’s Hospital.
IB  (International Baccalaureate) classes begin this fall with the first graduates in the class of 2015.

Floyd Central High School is located at 6575 Old Vincennes Road in Floyds Knobs.  For more information about the school, go to www.floydcentral.org