High school students enrolled in advanced placement biology will now receive a weighted grade to compensate for the college-level work required by the class. “Currently we have students who have and are taking this class that are not receiving weighted credit that other schools in our area tend to get,” said Suzanne Crumley, a teacher at CCHS. AP classes are weighted in most school districts so that an A becomes worth 5.0, a B is worth 4.0 and so forth. There are four AP classes at Campbell County High School. All of them are weighted except AP Biology.
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