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November 11, 2011
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North Canton Makes
AP Honor Roll

Our congratulations to the North Canton City Schools for being named to the College Board's 2011 Advanced Placement Honor Roll. Only 367 districts across the nation earned this distinction for increasing access to AP coursework while maintaining high pass rates.  



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Stark State College Continues to Grow While Ohio Enrollment Drops


The Ohio Board of Regents has released its Preliminary Fall 2011 Headcount[1] for public colleges and universities. Stark State College (SSC) added another 702 students to reach 15,536 students while overall enrollment in the state decreased 4,410.


Of 61 state colleges, universities and branches, 35 saw enrollment losses and two remained the same. Among the 24 state institutions that did increase their enrollment, SSC ranks only behind Kent State University, The Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati in actual number of students gained.


No state institution, two or four year, matches SSC's overall enrollment increase of 82% since 2007. 


Fall 2011 Headcount - Stark State & Ohio


[1] See http://www.ohiohighered.org/sites/default/files/uploads/hei/data-updates/Preliminary_HC_5yr_Trend_Fall2007-2011_10-28-11.pdf . Numbers reflect students enrolled as of day 14 of the fall term.  

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