Ashburn, VA (October 12, 2016) – Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) exceeded the Advanced Placement (AP) exam pass rate for the state of Virginia for AP exams administered during the 2015-16 school year.
All but two of the high schools (Park View and Dominion) met or exceeded the AP pass rate for the state (63 percent). Stone Bridge High School achieved the highest pass rate of 80 percent.
The overall AP pass rate for LCPS improved from 67 percent in 2014-15 to 69 percent for 2015-16. The AP pass rate increased as LCPS increased the number of AP tests taken from 13,982 in 2014-15 to 15,076 in 2015-16.
|Test-Takers||Total Exams Taken||Exams with scores 3, 4 or 5||Pass Rate|
|High School||Test-Takers||Total Exams Taken||Exams with scores 3, 4 or 5||Pass Rate|
|Briar Woods||651||1,473||1,106||75 percent|
|Broad Run||615||1,268||962||76 percent|
|John Champe||485||1,091||728||67 percent|
|Loudoun County||545||1,018||675||66 percent|
|Loudoun Valley||463||1,043||657||63 percent|
|Park View||255||456||252||55 percent|
|Potomac Falls||440||953||710||75 percent|
|Rock Ridge||405||807||621||77 percent|
|Stone Bridge||686||1,464||1,167||80 percent|