The Parker School Advanced Placement test results for last school year resulted in a 98 percent pass rate. Approximately 41 Parker students took AP tests, and the 98 percent reflects the percentage of those students who received a score of three or higher. AP test scores range from one to five as highest. A score of three or higher indicates a passing score. The state average pass rate is 53.4 percent and the global average is 61.3 percent. Of the 71 total AP exams taken by the 41 Parker students last school year, 67 were scored at a 3 or higher, resulting in a 94 percent pass rate of all AP tests taken.
Parker 2014 graduates Malia Davis, Marie Jobes, Kyley Nishimura and Emily Whitfield were listed as AP Scholars; 2014 graduate Grant Nair and current Parker seniors Luke Potter and Maia Tarnas were listed as AP Scholars with Honor; 2014 graduates Breanna Bellatti, Tawny Bright, Lysha Matsunobu and Maddison Nelson were named AP Scholars with Distinction; and Lysha Matsunobu was named National AP Scholar.