Northview and Southview students’ performance in AP coursework last school year earned them a spot on AP’s District Honor Roll for 2016. This distinction is recognized by the College Board for school districts that are increasing access to AP courses while maintaining or increasing their percentage of students who score a 3 or higher on AP exams. Over the past five years, Northview has expanded the number of AP courses offered to students to a projected 20 classes as of the 2018-19 school year. This year, from northwest Ohio, Ottawa Hills and Bowling Green were also listed on the honor roll. Sylvania City Schools’ five times of being on the honor roll during the seven years College Board has been recognizing districts for excellence is the most of any northwest Ohio school district.