This year the Los Banos Unified School District is proud to announce that 89 Pacheco High School students passed the AP exam. This exam is given to students to take AP (Advanced Placement) high school courses, with a score of 3  or better on the exam (on a scale of 5, 3 is passing).

Of the 159 Pacheco High students who took the exams, 55.97% passed. In addition, 16 are AP Scholars (students who received a score of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams) and four are AP Scholars with Honors (students who averaged at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and received a score of 3 or higher on four or more AP exams).

Pacheco High School students celebrating their success on AP exams (from left) Antonio Serrano Delgadillo, Milinda Tobias Sandoval, Santiago Torres Rodriguez. Valentina Marcelo-Seguro (in front), Jarelly Alvarez Ruiz (in back), Jaquelin Hernandez in front), Martha Tadeo (in back), Aylin Hernandez (in front), Onix Calderon (in 2nd row), Jonathan Uribe Velazquez (in back), Kamila Maldonado Gomez (in front), Alejandra Ruelas Esquivias (in back), Briana Orozco (in front), Daisy Rivera Trujillo (in back), Jesus Gomez Arroyo, Angel Ramirez and Jesse Perez.
Mark Marshall, Superintendent of the Los Banos Unified School District, celebrates with Jesse Perez the Pacheco High School student’s passing of the AP exam in European history.
Dr. Mark Marshall

Superintendent, Los Banos School District