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Your students will get the chance to take Advanced Placement (AP) classes online under a new program coming this fall. Called APEX‹short for Advanced Placement Excellence‹the program is aimed at home schoolers and students whose schools don't offer the AP classes they would like to take.
"I think it's a huge initiative," said Bob Vaughan, coordinator of highly capable student programs for the Seattle Public Schools. "This will help motivated students leapfrog over any organizational barriers that stand in the way of AP classes at their own schools."
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