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EHS well-represented at A+ College Ready Advanced Placement Celebration in Montgomery
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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Enterprise High School was recently invited to attend the A+ College Ready AP Celebration that took place at the Alabama State Capitol on September 10, 2015. We were invited to highlight our school’s success with our scores and increased enrollment. One of our students was also selected to sit on a panel with a principal; an AP teacher; our State Superintendent of Education, Dr. Tommy Bice; vice chair of the A+ Board, Gordon Martin; and our state governor, Robert Bentley. Nikolas Clark is senior at Enterprise High School and the son of Curtis and Carolyn Clark. Throughout his high school career he has maintained a 4.0 unweighted GPA and has taken AP Biology, AP Language and Composition, and will be taking AP Psychology and AP Literature this year. Nikolas has also been heavily involved in the band and is now a member of Encores Show Choir. In addition to his school success, he also works part-time at a golf course. When asked why he chooses AP courses Nikolas said, “I enjoy an environment that leads to real learning instead of just test material, a class I want to walk into everyday where we have open discussions that open your mind to new ways of thinking.” We are proud he was the only student chosen to serve on this panel and be the state spokesman for Alabama high school students. He represented us with enthusiasm and class as he answered many questions for the panel, state board members, and representatives from universities.  - Karen Mills

"We are extremely proud of Nikolas and his desire to learn and be one of the elite students in the nation. Nikolas is an outstanding student. He represented his school and community with class at the recent A+ Celebration in Montgomery. He credited his teachers for much of his success and thanked them for providing him with so many opportunities. I look forward to seeing Nikolas continue to grow as a student and a young man. There is no doubt he will be ultra successful in his post secondary education."  - Matt Rodgers

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