Georgia to offer AP courses through its new Virtual School

The Georgia Virtual School Bill heading to Gov. Sonny Perdue for signature will enable high school students to take Advanced Placement courses through a new $2 million cyberschool. Perdue hopes the program, due to start this June, will help prepare rural students for the SAT and college-level course work.

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