A+ College Ready is honored to announce our 10 new Cohort XVI Program Schools! All of these schools have expressed a deep commitment to increasing academic expectations in their schools for ALL students. We look forward to a fruitful partnership resulting in students being better prepared for future success. Welcome to these new schools! We are proud to have you on board. Learn more about A+ College Ready, program results, who we’ve served in the state, and more here.
High schools joining the APTIP ALSDE/A+ College Ready Program for Cohort XVI are:
Francis Marion School, Perry County
Robert C. Hatch High School, Perry County
Wilcox Central High School, Wilcox County
Foley High School, Baldwin County
LeFlore Magnet School, Mobile County
Moody High School, St. Clair County
“Wilcox Central High School is proud to partner with A+ College Ready. We believe that with the training and support they offer, we will be empowered to provide Purposeful Learning that uplifts all students and prepares them for the future,” said Curtis Black, Principal at Wilcox Central High School.
Middle schools joining the MSTIP ALSDE/A+ College Ready Program for Cohort XVI are:
Ft. Payne Middle School, Ft. Payne County
Bankhead Middle School, Walker County
Hokes Bluff Middle School, Etowah County
Northridge Middle School, Tuscaloosa City
Russellville Middle School, Russellville City
“The faculty and staff of Northridge Middle School are excited and honored to be selected to partner with A+ College Ready. My experience with A+ gives me the confidence to know that our students, teachers, and families will benefit greatly from the support and resources A+ provides to help increase rigor in every classroom and take NMS to the next level,” said Jaime Rainey, Principal at Northridge Middle School.
With the help of A+ College Ready, Alabama consistently ranked number one among all 50 states in the percent increase in AP qualifying scores on math, science, and English AP exams from 2008-2017 for all students. Additionally, Alabama saw the largest number of qualifying scores on AP tests by students of color in the state’s history in both 2020 and 2022. Since 2008, Alabama students have saved approximately $270,417,000.00 in college tuition thanks to college credit for qualifying AP exam scores.