Henry County high schools receive AP honors
by Staff
09:00 AM, Thursday, March 05
State School Superintendent Richard Woods recently recognized eight Henry County public high schools for achievements in their Advanced Placement programs and 2014 test results. Henry County Superintendent Rodney Bowler said high standards led to ...

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