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Students excel on Cambridge exams
Students excel on Cambridge examsWillow Canyon High School recently held a ceremony to recognize students in the Cambridge Program for their outstanding performance on the June 2020 international examinations.
 
Jenelle McCoy, Emelie McFeely, Emily Poling, Andrea Popescu, Paul Baquilod, Laurel Chapman, Karim Jayyusi, Allison Kotzbauer, Chloe Lobmeyer, and Isabel Martinez demonstrated college readiness by excelling in all core subject areas of the examinations. Their extraordinary performance has earned them the opportunity to pursue the Grand Canyon Diploma, which allows students early entry into college courses and can be used for admission to select colleges and universities. 

Emily Poling received the Certificate of Distinction, which recognizes students' extraordinary performance by earning an “A” or higher in at least three courses during the examination series. 

In addition, 14 students received the Certificate of Merit by earning a “B” or higher in at least three courses; 37 students received the Cambridge Scholar Award for receiving a “C” or higher in at least three courses; and 24 students received recognition for demonstrating college and career readiness in at least one subject area. 

Cambridge courses are offered in over 100 countries and recognized by higher education institutions worldwide. The program encourages student-centered learning and hands-on application of skills. The Cambridge Program is currently offered at Willow Canyon High School and Dysart High School. 

For those interested in learning more about the Cambridge Program, Willow Canyon will be holding a Virtual Information Night on January 28, 2021 at 6pm via Zoom. Anyone interested can access the meeting through the link below during the scheduled time of the event. 

Willow Canyon Cambridge Information Night  
Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87431806990
Meeting ID: 874 3180 6990"  
Posted : 1/19 | Direct Link
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