Delegates of Pioneers Baccalaureate School, American School of Palestine Visit An-Najah
Delegates of Pioneers Baccalaureate School – represented by Principal Lana Khalaf – and American School of Palestine – represented by Principal Ruba Muhtady and Dr. Hanan Ramah – visited An-Najah National University Monday to introduce new enrollment acceptance programs (AP and CLEP) as substitutions for SAT Subject.
The new programs offer outstanding high school students the opportunity to earn college credit for completing college-level course work while they attend high school, and provide a way for them to turn their knowledge into college credit.
AP/CLEP exams give the students the opportunity to study college-level courses to compete for college admission. They are recognized by 2900 colleges and universities in over 20 countries, and it offers more than 30 courses in mathematics, sciences, history, arts, among others.
The change in the educational system reflects the schools’ desire to keep pace with the international developments in the educational teaching and learning methods and systems.