Kate Duncan Smith DAR High School has earned the prestigious College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Female Diversity Award for the second consecutive year. This recognition not only highlights the school's ongoing efforts to bridge the gender gap in computer science, but also sets a commendable example for educational institutions nationwide.
To secure the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award for two consecutive years, Kate Duncan Smith DAR High School has met and exceeded the specified criteria set by the College Board. This involves achieving a significant level of female representation in AP Computer Science A or AP Computer Science Principles courses.
KDS Executive Director Heather Green said, “Earning this award for the second year in a row speaks volumes about the faculty’s commitment to providing equal opportunities in STEM education and will only inspire and encourage future female students to explore STEM course offerings.”