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    Superintendent's Diploma of Distinction SDD

    ​What is the SDD?

    The Superintendent’s Diploma of Distinction Program is designed to honor students who have successfully completed a series of rigorous Advanced Placement courses and who are well prepared for their college experience.
    The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program (AP) is a challenging academic program designed to enable motivated students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. In many cases, students are able to earn college credit for their work based on the demonstration of mastery on a qualifying AP examination.
    AP courses are available in a wide variety of subject areas. Each course is developed by a committee of college faculty and AP teachers and covers the breadth of information, skill and assignments found in the corresponding college course.

    The AP program was established by The College Board in 1955 and is considered a standard of excellence in the United States. Because students who participate in the AP program are highly successful in college, AP courses are recognized by colleges and universities throughout the country.


    To be eligible to receive the Superintendent's Diploma of Distinction:

    • The student must successfully complete a minimum of four (4) AP courses distributed over at least two (2) different content areas.
    • The student must sit for four (4) AP exams distributed over at least two (2) different content areas.
    • The student must earn a score of a 3 or higher on three (3) or more AP exams.
    • The student must earn a weighted AP GPA of 3.0 or higher.
    • The student must earn an overall weighted GPA of 3.0 or higher.
    • The student must complete a minimum of 100 community service hours.
    • The student must participate in the SAT or ACT College Entrance Exam Program in both the junior and senior year of high school. The senior year requirement may be waived based on the junior year score.
    • The student is expected to participate in tutoring and review sessions as needed.

     SDD Application