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Morton Ranch High School Earns College Board's AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award

(KATY ISD) – Katy ISD’s Morton Ranch High School has been honored with the prestigious College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award for the 2022–23 school year. This marks the second time the school has received this award.


According to the College Board, this award recognizes schools that have either reached 50 percent or higher female examinee representation in one or both AP computer science courses, or whose percentage of female examinees met or exceeded the school's overall female population.


 MRHS is one of 1,127 schools across the nation to be honored for their efforts to improve gender representation in computer science education. Furthermore, MRHS is one of only 834 schools to be recognized for achieving this in AP Computer Science Principles.


 "We are thrilled to receive the College Board's AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award. This achievement reflects our school's dedication to provide opportunities in computer science education while empowering young women to thrive in this dynamic field,” said Julie Hinson, Principal at Morton Ranch High School. “We remain committed to fostering an environment where every student can pursue their passions and reach their full potential.”

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